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Nokia 6 arrives in the United States

The Nokia 6 is finally available to US customers as the handset is now in stock on Amazon. The phone is available in two different versions, but in only one color option. If you are a Prime member you can get the Nokia 6 for $179.99 but with a caveat - there are ads on the lockscreen. The standard version without costs $229.99. Sadly, the phone will work only for new or existing customers of AT&T or T-Mobile. The only color option for immediate purchase is Black. Copper and Blue versions are currently available for pre-order, but the latter is coming only with the ad-free...



MIUI 9.5 Global ROM now rolling out to the Redmi Note 5 in India

Xiaomi has started rolling out the MIUI 9.5 update for the Redmi Note 5 in India. The update changes the version number to v9.5.3.0.NEGMIFA. The update brings a whole host of changes and improvements. You can read all the changes in the images below. Changelog The update is now rolling out via OTA download but if you like you can also download and flash the ROM manually from the link below. The Redmi Note 5 is one of the newest Xiaomi phones to be launched in India. Known as the Redmi 5 Plus in China, it serves as the replacement for the popular Redmi Note 4 from last year...



Best Buy Memorial Day sale lets you save on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iPhone SE, Galaxy S7 edge

To celebrate Memorial Day, Best Buy has quite a few interesting deals on smartphones. Do however note that all of these end today, so if you find any of them attractive enough, be quick to make sure you'll be able to take advantage of the savings described below. If you're looking to buy an iPhone SE with 16 or 64GB of storage, you can save up to $200 if you get it with an installment plan from AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon. For example, the 16GB iPhone SE for AT&T is just $4.99 per month for 30 months - a total of $149.70. The 64GB version on the same carrier costs $6.66 for 30 months, adding...



Indian Government bans TikTok and additional 58 Chinese mobile apps!

Like tensions continue to rise between the Indian and Chinese governments following a clash at their borders announced this month, the former has noted today a list of 59 Chinese mobile apps that have been banned in the country.

The list contains well known programs such like TikTok, UC Browser, the mobile game Clash of Kings, and apps from Xiaomi. The Indian Government of India says the reason for the ban is due to the fact of security and privacy concerns. It mentioned that the applications are engaged in activities that put the security of the state and the defense of the country at risk and that the matter requires emergency measures. The formal declaration said the government is “invoking its power under section 69A of the Reports Technology Act read with the relevant provisions of the Reports Tech (Procedure and Safeguards for Blocking of Access of Reports by Public) Rules 2009”. It was Furthermore mentioned that the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Center has sent a recommendation for blocking the malicious programs Below is a complete list of the apps: 1. TikTok 2. SHAREit 3. Kwai 4. UC Browser 5. Baidu Map 6. SHEIN 7. Clash of Kings 8. DU Battery saver 9. Helo 10. Likee 11. YouCam Makeup 12. Mi Community 13. CM Browser 14. Virus Cleaner 15. APUS Browser 16. ROMWE 17. Club Factory 18. NewsDog 19. BeautyPlus 20. WeChat 21. UC News 22. QQ Mail 23. Weibo 24. Xender 25. QQ Music 26. QQ Newsfeed 27. Bigo Live 28. SelfieCity 29. Mail Master 30. Parallel Space 31. Mi Video Call – Xiaomi 32. WeSync 33. ES File Explorer 34. Viva Video – QU Video Inc 35. Meitu 36. Vigo Video 37. New Video Status 38. DU Recorder 39. Vault 40. DU Cache Cleaner 41. DU Cleaner 42. DU Browser 43. HAGO – Play With New Friends 44. CamScanner 45. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile 46. Wonder Camera 47. Photo Wonder 48. QQ Player 49. WeMeet 50. Sweet Selfie 51. Baidu Translate 52. Vmate 53. QQ International 54. QQ Security Center 55. QQ Launcher 56. UV Video 57. VFly-Status Videos, Status Maker, New Video Status 58. Mobile Legends 59. DU Privacy Vault The Indian Government says that by banning individuals applications, it is ensuring the safety and sovereignty of the Indian cyberspace. Source



Google Photo Books launches in the UK

Film cameras may be dead, but physical photos haven't gone away. Last year Google launched Google Photo Books in the US, a service that let you turn your cloud library into something you can hold in your hands. Today this service arrives in the UK. It costs £12 for a 20-page softcover book and £23 for a hardcover. You can add more photos, up to 100 total. You can create a book using the Google Photos website or mobile apps (Android and iOS). The powerful search feature will help you fish out the photos you want, even if you have a large library. The moment you open Photo Books,...