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​Life Insurance-How to CHOOSE The RIGHT Insurance Plan?

​How to pick the right life insurance plan? Recently, I got quite a bit of inquiry asking about life insurance. They understand insurance is important in their financial plans,...

Google Messages, first end-to-end encryption tests in group chats

It seems that Google Messages is starting to test the end-to-end encryption even in group chats: on Reddit...

The CEO of Nothing makes an “honest” analysis of the iPhone 14 Pro

Carl Pei, CEO of Nothing and former founder of OnePlus, has made a curious "honest" review of Apple's...

Samsung Internet Browser updates to version 19, here are the news

Samsung Internet Browser recently came up updated to version 19, the one that a few months ago introduced...

Build an external SSD hard drive yourself? Better, cheaper and more functions If you use an SSD on the road, you can use...

If you use an SSD on the road, you can use the ready-made model or build an external...

Vivo X90 Pro Plus unveiled from the first images: huge camera module

We have a first image of Vivo X90 Pro Plus, thanks to the usual Ice Universe, and an interesting confirmation: the super top of...

Sony could launch 6 smartphones in 2023, all Snapdragon

The indiscretion circulated in the past few hours on the web is intriguing for those who appreciate the way in which Sony conceives smartphones....
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Realme: 50 million numeric series smartphones sold worldwide

Realme has sold 50 million smartphones belonging to the numerical series, an exceptional result announced close to the market debut of the new range...

Galaxy S23 Ultra, there is the middle way: photos even at 50 MP, not just at 200 or 12.5

There 200 MP camera which will most likely be part of the Galaxy S23 Ultra equipment will not leave much room for the customer...
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Android 14, steps forward in full NTFS support

Maybe finally Android 14 will solve one of its last major limitations from the point of view of integration with Windows: it will be...

OnePlus commits to four years of Android version updates

We keep our smartphones for longer and therefore users increasingly value that they continue to receive software updates over the years. That's why companies are...
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