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  • Huawei Enjoy 20 Plus Specifications and Live Images Leaked, Huawei Enjoy 20 Also Spotted

  • Mozilla rolls out Firefox 79 for Android with a year’s worth of changes

  • TWRP now supports the Samsung Galaxy M30, Galaxy A40, Huawei P20 Lite, Moto G5S Plus, but drops POCO F1 support

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Price Leaked by Dutch Retailer Ahead of Launch

  • Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition Revealed at Gamescom 2020, Release Date Set for October 15

  • BSNL Revises Payment Threshold, Permanent Disconnection Schedule for Landline, Broadband, FTTH Subscribers

  • Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War 10,000 Beta Codes Up for Grabs on August 30

  • Realme 7 Series’ Gaming Prowess Teased by India CEO Madhav Sheth

  • iPhone 12 Models to Come Without Charger, Headphones in the Box, May Cost More Than iPhone 11 Series: Report

  • Tata Sky, Technicolor Partner to Shift Set-Top Box Manufacturing to India

  • Japan’s SkyDrive ‘Flying Car’ Successfully Carries Out Test Flight With a Person Aboard

  • Apple May Soon Launch Its Own Search Engine to Take on Google: Report

  • OnePlus ‘Clover’ With 6,000mAh Battery, Snapdragon 460 SoC Launching in the US Soon: Report

  • Google Assistant Snapshot Feature Gets Voice Command Support, More Updates

  • Elon Musk called an attempted cyberattack against Tesla “serious,” a comment that confirms the company was the target of a foiled ransomware attempt at its massive factory near Reno, Nevada. The Justice Department released a complaint Thursday that described a thwarted malware attack against an unnamed company in Sparks, Nevada. Tesla has a factory in Sparks that makes battery cells, packs and electric motors; while Tesla was not named in the complaint several blogs, including Electrek and Teslarati, reported that the company was the target.

  • MediaTek Pushes for Permission to Supply Huawei After US Curbs

  • OnePlus Watch Reportedly Listed on IMDA Certification Site, May Launch With OnePlus 8T

  • Walmart has confirmed to multiple news outlets that it has expressed interest in teaming up with Microsoft in a bid for the fast-growing social app. Meanwhile, entertainment news site The Wrap reported that Oracle has placed a bid for the company, targeting a price around $20 billion.

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