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Amazon Prime Music launched in India

After doing a soft launch last year with Echo, Amazon has now properly launched its Prime Music service in India. The service, which was earlier limited to the Echo devices, will now also be available on iOS, Android, desktop, Fire TV Stick and the Amazon website. The service includes millions of songs across 10 Indian languages. The mobile apps also include support for Alexa, so instead of typing you can just tell Alexa which song you want to play, although this only works within the app. Users will also be able to download as many songs as they want to play locally within the...



Xiaomi brings the Redmi 6, Redmi 6A and Redmi 6 Pro to India

The Redmi 6, 6A and 6 Pro are all familiar phones launched back in June, but it's only now that they are reaching the Indian shores. Starting with the vanilla version, the Redmi 6 offers a substantial upgrade over its predecessor by adopting a faster chipset - Helio P22 and more storage - 3GB/32GB or 3GB/64GB whereas the display shrinks a little from last year - 5.45-inch HD+. Now instead of one, the Redmi 6 gets two cameras on the back for those blurred background portrait shots. The setup has 12MP + 5MP sensors. The phone runs on a 3,000 mAh battery charge that Xiaomi says...



FAST.com speed test now displays latency and upload speeds

Back in 2016, Netflix launched its own connection speed test website, FAST.com, so that it could properly help diagnose customers who were experiencing slow-downs. Going to FAST.com seemed like the easiest way to check your connection speed and Netflix's vast bandwidth could support it without breaking a sweat. Netflix says FAST.com has performed more than 500 million speed tests between the site and its iOS and Android apps and that its usage has doubled over the past 7 months. We've heard from some FAST.com users that they crave more information about their internet...



Look out the Huawei Mate 20 series unofficial renders based on leaks

Because the disclosure by Huawei that it would be launching the Hisilicon Kirin 980 chipset at IFA Berlin 2018 on August 31, the media has been buzzing with news surrounding the Mate 20 series. The Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro are expected to be the initial phones that will be powered by Kirin 980 chipsets. The duo is expected to be unveiled together with the Mate 20 Lite within a short while. TheMate 20 Lite on its part will be powered by the Snapdragon710 chipset. We’ve spotted the renders of all 3 models what we bring to you in this post for us to know which to expect design-wise from the trio. Look out the huawei mate 20 series unofficial renders based on leaks The Mate 20 renders were produced by the people at XDA Developers while that of the Mate 20 Pro was done by Ben Geskin. Both renders are said to be based on flowed out details about the models. The Mate 20 comes with a water drop notch present exact to which OPPO used on the R17. Whereas the Mate 20 Pro will feature a wider notch on top of its present. The rear design and style of both flagship Mate 20 models appears almost similar. The high spectacular function the triple digital camera setup and the arrangement of the lenses on both models. The scanner sensors and LED flash are housed in a single square-shaped housing. Look out the huawei mate 20 series unofficial renders based on leaks Which differentiates the Mate 20’s rear design in that of the Mate 20 Pro is the presence of a fingerprint scanner on the Mate 20 whereas the Pro model doesn’t have. The absence of a fingerprint camera on the Mate 20 Pro is suggestive of the presence of on-screen fingerprint digital camera. The gadget is Additionally coming to arrive with 3D Face Unlock. The Huawei Mate 20 Lite renders In addition shows the presence of an iPhone X-like notch on top the full-screen present. That means all three models will have the notch design and style with the Mate 20’s being the water drop type. At the rear, the Mate 20 Lite packs a dual sensor setup arranged vertically at the middle. The LED flash is located at the left side of the sensors even though at the bottom is a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. The Mate 20 Lite design and style is exact to that of the Mate 10 Porsche Design and style introduced last year. It should be earlier that the Mate 20 series final design could be different in individuals renders however the differences could going be minor.



Apple planning to simplify iPhone name in future

Apple might introduce simpler branding for its phones according to an analyst from Guggenheim. In an investor note, Robert Cihra from the analyst company says Apple will use the upcoming cycle to change the iPhone naming pattern. This would happen only to the successors of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus - the flagship would keep its X suffix to denote its standing. Will the iPhone follow the iPad? Making a change in naming is not something new at Cupertino. Apple has been playing with The New iPad and numbers for its tablets, which in the long run has delivered more confusion...