OnePlus 5 Camera to Be Developed in Partnership With DxO

OnePlus 5 Camera to Be Developed in Partnership With DxO

While the leaks regarding the dual-camera setup on OnePlus 5 have become increasingly common, despite being contradictory on occasions, we now have some official information about the camera on the upcoming smartphone. OnePlus has now officially confirmed that the company has partnered with DxO to provide an improved camera performance on its upcoming OnePlus 5 smartphone. In a post on OnePlus official forum, a company staff member who goes by the username “diegohnz” announced that the company has partnered with DxO to “enhance your photography experience with our upcoming flagship,…

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OnePlus 5 Prototype Leaked Again, Shows No 3.5mm Jack and New Dual Camera Design

OnePlus 5 Prototype Leaked Again, Shows No 3.5mm Jack and New Dual Camera Design

Another day and another OnePlus 5 leak is here. Just when we thought that every kind of dual-camera configuration on the smartphone has already been suggested, a new leaked live image of a prototype model – with different design than earlier leaks – has now popped up on the Internet. Interestingly, the newly leaked image suggests that the phone will come with a dual-LED flash in between the dual rear cameras on the OnePlus 5 smartphone. The leaked live images of the protoype, obtained by PriceRaja, suggest that the upcoming…

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Google I/O 2017: Daydream 2.0 to Bring Chrome VR, Shared Rooms in YouTube VR, and More

Google I/O 2017: Daydream 2.0 to Bring Chrome VR, Shared Rooms in YouTube VR, and More

Google at its ongoing developers conference unloaded tons of new information regarding its augmented reality and virtual reality efforts. During the keynote address, Google confirmed Daydream VR support for Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, apart from detailing an upcoming standalone VR headset. Day two saw Google getting into some more detail regarding Daydream’s next major update which will include features like Web browser and and screen capture features, to name a few. The Internet search giant spoke about some of the new developments coming to Daydream 2.0, codenamed Euphrates,…

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Zomato Hacked, 17 Million User Records Stolen; Claims Payments Data Is Safe

Zomato Hacked, 17 Million User Records Stolen; Claims Payments Data Is Safe

Zomato on Thursday admitted to a major security breach, where around 17 million user records – out of the company’s 120 million users – were stolen from its database. According to the company, usernames and hashed passwords were stolen by the attackers – the fact that the passwords were encrypted means that they will be harder to access, but such troves of data do eventually get cracked, so a sensible move would be to change your Zomato password right away, and also to change it on any site where you…

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Xiaomi Mi Router 3C With 4 ‘High Performance’ Antennae Launched in India at Rs. 1,199

Xiaomi Mi Router 3C With 4 ‘High Performance’ Antennae Launched in India at Rs. 1,199

Alongside the launch of the Xiaomi Redmi 4 in India, Xiaomi launched the Mi Router 3C. The Wi-Fi router has been priced at Rs. 1,199, and will be available from May 20 via the Mi Home store in Bengaluru, and via Mi.com on May 23. It will be made available via Amazon India and Flipkart from June 8. The Xiaomi Mi Router 3C is the company’s first router launched in India. The company is touting its ease of use, its speed, and range. It can be setup and managed via…

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Google Reportedly Won’t Fix a Major Threat Before Android O’s Release

Google Reportedly Won’t Fix a Major Threat Before Android O’s Release

A new Android security flaw has come to light that could potentially expose your Android smartphone to a lot of malware. Google has reportedly confirmed that it is aware of the issue, and has said that the fix will arrive with Android O. Now, Android O’s commercially release is still months away, which means users will remain exposed to the flaw till then. The flaw was first found by research firm Check Point, and it claims that the exploit exposes users to malware attacks like “ransomware, banking malware and adware.”…

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Pandora Explores Sale After Securing $150 Million

Pandora Explores Sale After Securing $150 Million

Pandora, which dominates Internet radio but has seen its model eclipsed by music streaming companies such as Spotify, said Monday it was open to buyers after securing a fresh $150 million (roughly Rs. 968 crores). Jim Feuille, the chairman of Pandora’s board who a decade earlier pushed the model of free access, stepped down with the announcement that private equity firm KKR was injecting $150 million. “Having secured a significant financial commitment from KKR to strengthen the company’s balance sheet, we have positioned the company to evaluate any potential strategic…

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20 things we don’t do anymore because of technology

20 things we don’t do anymore because of technology

File photo: Performers dressed as Marilyn Monroe and Louis Armstrong check their smartphones before a “Stars in Concert” show at the Estrel hotel in Berlin, Germany, December 7, 2016. (REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke) See if these sound familiar: You’re not sure where your U.S. road atlas is, or if you even own one. It’s been so long since you licked a stamp, you’ve forgotten what it tastes like. You’ve seen more scrumptious two-minute videos in the past week than you’ve consulted a cookbook in the past year. We all know technology is…

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New Android Malware Samples Found Every 10 Seconds, Claims G Data

New Android Malware Samples Found Every 10 Seconds, Claims G Data

It is not a hidden fact that Android is not the safest mobile platform and that its open nature, which is also considered to be one of its biggest strengths, often gives room for vulnerabilities that can be exploited and compromise users’ security. G Data antivirus software firm has now discovered that the malware-infected applications are increasing at an alarming rate on Google’s mobile platform and at the current speed, 3.5 million new malware samples are expected to be discovered on the OS by the end of this year. G…

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ISRO to Launch South Asian Satellite on Friday; PM Modi Lists Benefits

ISRO to Launch South Asian Satellite on Friday; PM Modi Lists Benefits

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the ‘South Asia Satellite’ to be launched by India on May 5, will go a long way in addressing the region’s economic and developmental priorities. “The capacities of this satellite and the facilities it provides will go a long way in addressing South Asia’s economic and developmental priorities,” the Prime Minister said in his radio address ‘Mann Ki Baat’. “Natural resources mapping, tele medicine, the field of education, deeper IT connectivity or fostering people-to-people contact – this satellite will prove to…

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