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Nexus 6P International Giveaway!


Welcome to iTechnoBlog’s Nexus 6P Giveaway. To celebrate the site’s 2nd Birthday, We are giving away a brand new Nexus 6P. Announced on September 29, 2015, the Nexus 6P is a pure Android device from Huawei. The first all-metal-body Nexus phone, it was announced alongside the Nexus 5X. The Nexus …

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Facebook rolling out Live Videos to the Public


The Messenger button in the mobile Facebook app for iOS and Android which sent users to the Messenger app has been replaced with a Live button as the popular social network aims to push live and pre-recorded videos in front of as many eyeballs as possible. Announced in a blog …

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Apple introduces iPhone SE – A 4 inch iPhone starting at $399


At today’s invite-only media event at the Town Hall on its Cupertino, California headquarters, Apple has officially unveiled its latest four-inch smartphone, the iPhone SE. With one-third of iPhone buyers still preferring four inch phones and two and a half years having passed since the introduction of the iPhone 5s, …

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Damn Daniel! Get ready for 256GB Phones


You might be used to smartphones that pack 16GB, 32GB, 64GB or 128GB of storage, but that may soon change thanks to a new announcement from Samsung. The company said on Thursday that it has developed the first 256GB universal flash storage that will be used for high-end smartphones and …

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Top 5 LG G5 Features


If you’ve been living in a cave of glass and rocks recently, LG just unveiled its latest flagship Android smartphone, the LG G5. It’s quite a looker, complete with a metal body, and it features some of the latest specs available on the market. We haven’t reviewed it yet, but we’re …

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Facebook Messenger is getting advertisements

Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger, one of the world’s largest messaging apps, has historically been 100% ad-free. However, TechCrunch has uncovered a leaked document intended for Facebook advertiser that reveals plans to begin inserting ads into Messenger in Q2 2016. TechCrunch isn’t revealing images of the document so as to protect their source, …

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