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7 Best Password Managers

A password manager strengthens your security by encrypting and storing your passwords in a secured vault that is protected by a master password. We have evaluated dozens of password managers to help you choose the one that suits you best.

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Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) Is Launched In The Netherlands

Samsung has launched the 2018 Samsung Galaxy A8 smartphone in South Korea and also India and now the device is available in the Netherlands as of today.

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Apple Is Facing Over 26 Lawsuits For Throttling iPhone Performance

According to a recent report, Apple is facing over 26 lawsuits on the topic of the company’s throttling of processors in older iPhones.

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Samsung Highlights Exynos 9810 CPU With 40% Faster Cores And Deep Learning

Samsung has officially announced Exynos 9810, with a third-generation custom CPU, 1.2Gbps LTE modem, and sophisticated image processing that enables 4K video at 120fps.

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Advertisers Are Exploiting Browser-Based Password Managers to Track Users

According to a new security report, Ad targeters are pulling your emails and other details by exploiting a loophole in your browser’s password manager.

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Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) Now Available For Pre-Order In South Korea

Samsung is now taking pre-orders of Galaxy A8 (2018) starting today in South Korea and the handset will go on sale on the 5th of January.

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Apple Retail Stores Are Now Offering $29 iPhone Battery Replacement

Apple retail stores are now offering $29 iPhone battery replacement program for older iPhones and the company has confirmed the same in its “letter to customers”.

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Both Samsung And LG Say They Don’t Slow Down Phones With Older Batteries

Two of the biggest Android phone makers – Samsung and LG – have just confirmed that unlike Apple they do not slow down phones with older batteries.

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HTC And Motorola Takes A Stab At Apple; Says They Don’t Slow Down Phones With Old Batteries

HTC and Motorola have both issued statements that they do not throttle the performance of their phones processors as their batteries age.

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