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Android O is "touching down to Earth with the total solar eclipse" on August 21, Google reveals

Android O is "touching down to Earth with the total solar eclipse" on August 21, Google reveals As rumored last week, August 21 will be an important day for Google and its mobile operating system. That's because the company promises we'll "meet the next release of Android and all of its super (sweet) new powers" on that day, which is also the day of the total solar eclipse. Google will hold a special event for Android O in New York City on that date, starting at 2:40 PM ET. This will thankfully be livestreamed, the company revealed. A countdown to the big event is already live on the Android website.
We assume Google will finally reveal the release's name on that occasion, and while many options for this have been rumored over the past few months, the most votes went to Oreo. It wouldn't be unheard of for Google to partner with a company making a sweet treat - remember Android 4.4 KitKat? It also makes sense to tie the unveiling of the name to the …

Download AnonyTun Beta V5.0 Apk to Fix Annoying Ads issue + Glo 0.0kb New Working Setting

Download AnonyTun Beta V5.0 Apk to Fix Annoying Ads issue + Glo 0.0kb New Working SettingAnonyTun is not a new VPN to you guys, we have been using it with Glo Unlimited and Etisalat 0.0kb Free Browsing for a while, but you will notice that the official version of AnonyTun is full of annoying ads.

For those that are using it to browse with Glo 0.0kb Free Browsing, I can see how you people lament over the disturbing pops up advertisements and instability, the solution is here!
Kudos to whoever devoted his time to modded AnonyTuns Beta and cleared up the annoying advertisements. Here comes a cracked version of popular AnonyTun VPN called AnonyTun Beta V5.0.Unlike the regular version, this AnonyTun VPN Beta apk has no ads and it fixed frequent disconnection issue.

Anonytun Beta V5.0 is quite difference with the official AnonyTun. Both the official version and cracked version have the same interface and same configuration setting, but the background color is different and language preference…

How to Get Free 50GB Data on MTN Ghana For 6 Months

How to Get Free 50GB Data on MTN Ghana For 6 Months Today, I really have good news for my Ghanaian readers. MTN Ghana is currently giving out a whooping 50gb worth of data to it's customers. What makes this more better is that the free data will be automatically renewed monthly within a period of 6 months.
Note that this isn't really a cheat as you don't have to go through a long process or tweak any IMEI to get yours. The data is actually a freebies that goes with the Huawei Ascend Y210 smartphone but you can still activate it irrespective of the smartphone you are using.
How to Activate the MTN Ghana Free 50GB Data >> All you need to do is to text MB to 151. >> After that, you should receive an SMS saying; "Thanks for using your new phone for MTN. You have been rewarded with Data freebies of 50GB each month for 6months. Welcome to the new world."

Google hops on 'lite' apps bandwagon with Search Lite

Google hops on 'lite' apps bandwagon with Search Lite After companies like Facebook and Microsoft, Google has also jumped on the 'lite' apps bandwagon by outing a new, Search Lite app. The app - as the name suggests - is aimed at providing a comparatively faster Google search experience while also being data-friendly. In addition to search, the app also allows you to quickly access information including news, weather, and translation. There are also a handful of language options to choose from.
The app also supports voice and text search functionality. Other features include ability to open web pages in Lite Mode, and view them in the app's internal browser.
The Search Lite is currently in experimental phase, and is officially only accessible to select users (who opted-in to test it) in Indonesia. However, if the available language options are to go by, the app should soon arrive in India as well. For those out of Indonesia who are interested in giving the app a t…

Nokia 8 announced: its dual camera boasts Zeiss lens and OZO audio

Nokia 8 announced: its dual camera boasts Zeiss lens and OZO audio “With the Nokia 8 – we wanted to create the ultimate tool to tell our story”. That’s what HMD told us and we think is a perfect description for this dual-eyed Finn. Any story that stars Carl Zeiss is one we’ll listen to, but let’s start at the beginning. The Nokia 8 has a 5.3” IPS LCD display on the front with QHD resolution and a blinding 700nits of max brightness. 2.5D Gorilla Glass 5 curves into the phone’s metal shell, which is milled out of 6000 series aluminum. The phone measures 7.9mm at the thickest point and has basic resistance to the elements with an IP54 rating.
The optical engineers at Zeiss helped make the lens for both the rear and the front cameras. The main camera features two 13MP sensors (color + monochrome) with 1.12┬Ám pixels and an f/2.0 aperture. The color camera has optical image stabilization (OIS) and there is Laser autofocus and a dual LED flash to help in the dark. The selfie camera is one-e…

New report says LTE-enabled Apple Watch Series 3 coming this September

New report says LTE-enabled Apple Watch Series 3 coming this SeptemberThere have already been reports suggesting the next Apple Watch - likely to be called Apple Watch Series 3 - will be officially unveiled alongside the iPhone 8 in September. And now, a new report from CNBC is also supporting the September launch time-frame for the wearable.

While we already know that this year's Apple Watch will be LTE-enabled - meaning the wearable won't require tethering to an iPhone for features like calls and texts - the report says the device will likely feature an embedded SIM rather than physical SIM card. Previous info claims Apple has roped in Intel for LTE modem chips, and all of the Big Four US carriers will be offering the wearable, something which this new CNBC report corroborated. Analysts believe an LTE-enabled Apple Watch will be a hot seller.



Google Allo finally has a web client, only pairs with Android phones at the moment

Google Allo finally has a web client, only pairs with Android phones at the momentAllo, one of what feels like dozens of different messaging apps from Google, finally has a web version. This was by far one of the most requested features since the service debuted last year, and it's still unclear why it took so many months for it to arrive. Anyway, it's here.

However, right now you can only use Allo on the web if you have an Android phone. This is because the Allo app on your phone has to pair to the web client in order for the latter to work. You accomplish this by scanning a QR code, which makes Allo's web client identical to WhatsApp Web in this regard. Sadly, Google didn't emulate Facebook's other chat service, Messenger - in that case there's no pairing required, the web version acts like a standalone client. For Google not to go this route, especially after so much development time, is quite baffling.

When you head to Allo Web's page, you're greeted…