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Global smartphone shipments reportedly declined by 18.3 percent, year-over-year (YoY) in Q4 2022. Falling consumer demand, high inventory, and market uncertainties are said to be the main reasons for the drop in shipments, according to a survey conducted by International Data Corporation’s (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. While Apple topped the global smartphone shipments
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Pune-based developer SuperGaming has dropped the gameplay trailer for its upcoming battle-royale title Indus, right in time for Republic Day. Pre-registrations are now live on Android, with signups on iOS and iPadOS to “follow soon.” The timing couldn’t be more appropriate since the company wears its “Made-in-India” tag with pride, incorporating a touch of Indian
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Google said on Wednesday it will allow device makers in India to license its individual apps for pre-installation and give an option to users to choose their default search engine, announcing sweeping changes to how its Android system operates. The move comes after the country’s Supreme Court upheld stringent antitrust directives last week, rejecting a
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Fire-Boltt Talk Ultra smartwatch was launched in India on Wednesday. The latest smartwatch from the Indian wearable manufacturer sports a 1.39-inch (240×240 pixels) LCD display, and supports Bluetooth calling. The Fire-Boltt Talk Ultra smartwatch comes with support for over 120 sports modes and features heart rate and blood oxygen level sensors. The new smartwatch from
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Apple has begun rolling out iOS, iPadOS, and macOS updates for older iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks. The updates address some critical security issues that needed immediate fixes for users whose devices are ineligible for Apple’s latest iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3, and macOS Ventura updates for iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks, widely released on a stable channel
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Samsung has released a Galaxy Store app update to fix vulnerabilities that could potentially allow malicious sources to install apps without a user’s permission. Two vulnerabilities were reportedly detected on the Galaxy Store by a research team. These vulnerabilities have only been affecting handsets running Android 12 or lower. Android 13 users are not affected
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