Tech News 360


May 2018

Android 8.1 Oreo update is now available for Moto G5S Plus

Android 8.1 Oreo update is being rolled out to Moto G5S Plus handset users. This update also brings Android Security patches (May 2018) and several improvements to the handset.

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Pandora introduces a new unlimited family plan for $15 per month

Pandora has launched a new family plan with unlimited streaming for $14.99 a month, matching the price of Apple Music and Spotify.

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Apple promises to disclose Government requests for app removal in its transparency report

Apple promises to include a new section in its transparency report that will have details of app removal requests from the government.

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Apple is promoting premium iCloud storage with a 1-month free trial

Apple has started promoting its premium iCloud storage plans by giving one month free trial for users on the entry-level 5GB free plan.

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Apple explains how Steam Link iOS app failed to meet App Store guidelines

Apple’s Phil Schiller has explained the reason behind the rejection of Steam Link in an email, claiming the Valve app violates a number of guidelines – hinting Steam storefront and connected functions as the problem areas.

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iOS 12 may enable new NFC features in Apple iPhone

According to a recent report, iOS 12 may enable additional NFC features in supported Apple iPhone models, which will give some third-party developers access to the secure wireless chip.

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Refurbished Apple Watch Series 3 With LTE is now available purchase

Apple has started selling refurbished Apple Watch series 3 with LTE at a 15 percent discount through its online store in the United States.

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Google adds PayPal support for more Google Apps, no login needed

PayPal is now available as a payment option on all Google services such as Gmail, YouTube, and also peer-to-peer payments.

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Many Apple iPhone X owners are reporting cracked camera lens

Apple support forum is seeing an increased number of reports about cracked camera lens from iPhone X users. Most of the complaints say Apple is refusing to fix their devices under warranty.

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