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OnePlus 3T Production Discontinued, Purchasable Only Till Current Stock Lasts

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Center Clock Mod and Guide for the ZTE Axon 7 - Based on your personal preference, you may not be a fan of the default position of the clock on the status bar. If you’d like to center the clock on the status bar of the ZTE Axon 7, XDA Senior Member kenet has you covered. The forum thread starts off with an instructional guide which lists the changes you need to do to get a centered clock. In case you are not comfortable with the guide or are simply interested in the finished product, kenet ...

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Thoughts on the OnePlus 3T as an International Traveler’s Companion

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Theme your Galaxy S8/S8+ Navigation Bar using Overlays - Yesterday, a post on our Samsung Galaxy S8+ forum was making the rounds around the net which enabled you to theme the navigation keys on your phone to match the keys from the Google Pixel. This theme can be installed using an APK and it merely functions as an overlay on top of the existing navigation bar keys. Since yesterday, more contributions have been made to the thread and more bugs have been squashed, so we feel comfortable shar...

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Google Reveals Their Revenue Plans for Google Assistant - When Apple announced their mobile payment service, Apple Pay, the company mentioned that it would make a percentage of each sale that was made when someone used their service. Not too long after, Google announced Android Pay and it was speculated that Google would also be taking a percentage of each sale. However, it didn’t turn out this way and Google confirmed they were not making money from the transactions made with Android Pay. ...

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Android Pay is Rumored to Launch in Canada on May 31st - Last week at Google I/O, Google announced they had plans to expand Android Pay to a number of new countries in the near future. Countries confirmed at this event were Russia, Canada, Brazil, Spain and Taiwan. While they didn’t give exact dates on when they expected this expansion to happen, they did make it seem that the wheels were in motion and that we should expect to hear news about it in the coming months. Then earlier this week ...

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Google Talks About the Machine Learning Technology Behind Gboard

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Web App Automation Bundle is 92% Off - Automated software testing is an incredibly valuable time saving tool, allowing you to see quickly and clearly what works in a web app and what doesn’t. In this course, you’ll learn how to write an automation framework in Selenium WebDriver from scratch using C# (C Sharp). You’ll also get a broad overview of automation best practices so you can get a leg up in the high-priced world of automation testing. Valued At Current Price Discount $549 $41 92% Ac...

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Sony To Discontinue its “Premium Standard” Line, Re-Focus on Flagships and Affordable Phones

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OnePlus Talks About Performance on the Upcoming OnePlus 5 - Android OEMs rarely speak about their phones before the device launches officially, instead choosing to rely on cryptic marketing and advertisements to generate and maintain excitement for the unannounced product. So it is always a surprise to have an OEM violate this convention of remaining tight-lipped about future releases by disclosing specific details. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau took to the OnePlus forums to talk about the upcoming ...
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