WhatsApp Backups Will No Longer Count Towards Google Drive Storage Quota

WhatsApp has expanded its partnership with Google to start offering Android users added benefits to use WhatsApp backups on Google Drive. The Facebook-owned company has revealed that WhatsApp backups will no longer count towards the Google Drive storage quota starting November 12, 2018. It is also important to note that WhatsApp backups that haven’t been updated in more than … Read more

Pixel, Pixel XL Are No Longer Available on Google Store

Pixel and Pixel XL are now no longer available for purchase through Google Store. Both smartphones were launched back in October 2016 and debuted as the first offering under Google’s Pixel hardware line, succeeding the Nexus range of smartphones. Despite their unavailability from Google Store, the dated Pixel handsets are still on sale at various online stores, including Amazon and Best Buy in the US … Read more

Apple is no longer allowed to use refurbished iPhones as service replacements in Denmark

Apple is often praised for its after-sales service and support, as well as device guarantee policy and Apple care programs.For the most part, we have to hand it to Cupertino, especially for its truly international repair and replacement coverage. We are sure, at lest some of you have found themselves in a situation, where you … Read more

AU no longer a factory of IAS

The perpetual pride of Allahabad University (AU), known as the ‘factory producing IAS officers’ institute, has suffered a serious decline in the recent times.  The varsity hasd been producing impressive numbers of civil servants until its decline in 2011. There are time when the AU was swarmed with aspirants to pursue political science, history, economic, … Read more

Galaxy Note7 replacements arrive in Portugal on Sept 19, the US may have to wait longer

The Samsung Galaxy Note7 was off to a great, but a quickly discovered battery defect caused Samsung to issue an unprecedented worldwide recall. We now hear the replacement stock for Portugal is already on the way and should be ready for exchange for September 19. The phablet has successfully launched in China and few other … Read more

Galaxy Note7 will no longer pack in Samsung SDI batteries

The faulty battery packs that caused some Samsung Galaxy Note7 units to explode during charging, forcing Samsung to announce a global recall, were manufactured by the South Korean company’s own SDI subsidiary. Reports out of Samsung’s home country are suggesting that the tech giant has now decided to stop using Samsung SDI’s batteries in the … Read more

Why 10 Gigabit Is No Longer Just for Big Enterprises

With data doubling every two years, SMBs can find affordable 10G switching solutions that will do the trick without breaking their IT budgets. The changing economics around 10 Gigabit Ethernet is about to change how many small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) think about the composition of their networking infrastructures. When 10G switching debuted more than … Read more

Why 10 Gigabit Is No Longer Just for Big Enterprises

With data doubling every two years, SMBs can find affordable 10G switching solutions that will do the trick without breaking their IT budgets. The changing economics around 10 Gigabit Ethernet is about to change how many small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) think about the composition of their networking infrastructures. When 10G switching debuted more than … Read more

Sony to no longer manufacture telephones in Brazil

Sony has confirmed that it has decided now not to manufacture smartphones in Brazil, a flow that comes after the u . s .‘s authorities ended tax exemption on locally produced smartphones and computer systemsthat cost up to BRL 1,500 ($530). The confirmation got here from the japanese agency‘s marketing director Ana Peretti, who said … Read more