You need to use both thumbs to control two virtual joysticks.
It can help you locate a less crowded channel for your Wi-Fi router.
With the DGCA laying the basic groundwork for drone operation in India, things are starting to look up, especially for hobbyists and commercial use.
The intention this time, apparently, was to keep the price low while introducing a notch type display.
It has a 5.45 inch display, Mediatek MT6739 quad core processor, 13MP rear camera and a 3,050mAh battery.
The app makes instant messaging slow.
Apple launches new iPhones with bigger screen in smaller design; Watch Series 4 comes with in-built ECG
The new iPhones have Apple’s A12 Bionic 6-core chip, upgraded cameras and IP68 rating.
You’re a covert operative on a mission to infiltrate a high-tech military base.
We haven't seen an easier way to prune old contacts from iOS before this.
While Stratos is a traditional smartwatch, Bip is more of a fitness tracker.
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