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Facebook will delete your photos unless you install its Moments app

Facebook will delete your photos unless you install its Moments app

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Facebook has announced that it will delete photos synched from the Facebook app if its Moments app isn't installed before 7 July. When the photo synching feature was added to the Facebook app in 2012 it promised to offer unlimited synching of photos,... >>

Moto Mods: Everything you need to know about the Moto Z's snap-on accessories

Moto Mods: Everything you need to know about the Moto Z's snap-on accessories

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It’s clear from looking at the smartphone industry recently that there’s a growing interest in making our mobile devices more modular. LG launched the G5 with its ‘Friends’ that clip on to the bottom of the phone to add extra features, and Google’s... >>

Apple's iMessage app could be coming to Android soon

Apple's iMessage app could be coming to Android soon

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Apple might have a surprise in store for Android users next week. According to a report from MacDailyNews, which cited sources "familiar with the company's thinking", Apple plans to announce an iMessage app for Android at its annual Worldwide Developers... >>

What is Google Tango?

What is Google Tango?

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Google is well-known for working on highly exploratory products and services. From internet-carrying balloons to cars that drive themselves, and everything in between. One such innovation is Project Tango - now rebranded to just Tango - which is part... >>

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 / Note 7 could feature Iris Scanner

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 / Note 7 could feature Iris Scanner

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If rumours are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which is the name we now believe the Note 6 will be given, will see the company again demonstrate its ability to pack in as much as possible into a smartphone. It could make it the biggest, best... >>

Android N preview: Everything you need to know about Android 7.0

Android N preview: Everything you need to know about Android 7.0

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Android has been making some big moves recently, redesigning and adding functionality to the mobile operating system to make it more capable and more competitive. With the advent of Lollipop, Android moved to a state that felt like it was complete. It... >>

OnePlus 3 specs all but confirmed in detailed leak, here’s what to expect

OnePlus 3 specs all but confirmed in detailed leak, here’s what to expect

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Despite the OnePlus CEO showing of pictures taken with the OnePlus 3 and an official release date already dished out, the leaks keep flowing. The latest has all but completely revealed the OnePlus 3 specs. Spotted by Hungarian site Napidroid, the GFXBench... >>

Google's Project Ara modular smartphone: Everything you need to know

Google's Project Ara modular smartphone: Everything you need to know

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Project Ara is Google's vision for making truly customisable smartphones. If there's one thing we know from the current smartphone market, it's that there's no such thing as a "one size fits all", but having a device with bits you can swap out and replace... >>

Huawei Daydream VR smartphone with Leica cameras is coming this year

Huawei Daydream VR smartphone with Leica cameras is coming this year

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Huawei has announced that not only will it be releasing a phone that adheres to Google's Android Daydream VR specifications, but that it'll arrive soon. Speaking to The Wall Street Journal, the CEO of Huawei Richard Yu said that a Daydream-ready Huawei... >>

Google ‘off the record’ mode will keep your search history private

Google ‘off the record’ mode will keep your search history private

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Google has confirmed that it will be offering more advanced privacy settings that keep search history private. Speaking at the Code Conference, Google CEO Sundar Pichai spoke about the new settings, among other Nexus upgrades, which would allow users... >>