This photo taken from 3-year-old iPhone is the 'best iPhone' photo of 2020

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This photo taken from 3-year-old iPhone is the 'best iPhone' photo of 2020
This photo taken from 3-year-old iPhone is the 'best iPhone' photo of 2020
Bhalotia has been shooting on an iPhone over nine years now and says “it feels like I'm shooting with my palm”.
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Asus ROG 3 launch: Live updates
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OnePlus launches its 'most-affordable phone' ever: Price, design, specs and more
OnePlus has announced one of its most-affordable phones in recent times with the OnePlus Nord. While OnePlus focused mainly on flagship devices, OnePlus Nord caters to the mid-premium segment with Rs 25,000 to Rs 30,000 price range. The Nord doesn’t ...
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Microsoft launches Teams Rooms Standard and Premium
Software and cloud computing giant Microsoft has announced that it is launching two new device management and monitoring options for Microsoft Teams Rooms — Rooms Standard and Rooms Premium.
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Desi Camscanner app alternative gets 1 lakh downloads in a week
Carbon Scanner: Doc Scanner, PDF Creator, which is basically an alternative to Camscanner has become popular.
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The world's richest man has never been this rich
Jeff Bezos has seen his wealth grow by $74 billion since the turn of the year.
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World’s smallest 4G Android phone comes with 6GB RAM and is of size of your credit card
Dubbed as Jelly 2, this smartphone is from a Chinese company named Unihertz and is listed on Kickstarter website. The listing reveals that the pledged goal of $ 50,000 goal has been surpassed and is right now over $500,000. Unihertz claims that it ha...
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5 websites that will teach you something new every day
The most interesting people you’ll meet are generally those who are well-read and can talk knowledgeably on practically any subject. Now, if you’ve ever wished you could do the same, you’re in luck. Here are five fantastic resources to get you starte...
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Google is adding these security features to Gmail, Google Meet and Google Chat
Google has announced new updates for Gmail, Meet, and Chat to boost data security and offer more privacy to users. Google is working in new features to prevent phishing and also keep uninvited guests out of Google Meet video chats.
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Pakistan issues final warning to TikTok over 'immoral' content
TikTok, owned by China-based ByteDance, is facing problems around the world - including Australia, India and the United States - due to security and privacy issues.
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