Can LG G7 Thinkq be a different kind of phone?

LG G7 ThinQLG’s next smartphone, the G7 Thinq, is coming out soon following a May announcement. With the G7 Thinq, the camera is improved upon from the last model, there is an enhancement in AI capabilities, there is a super bright display, and the audio experience is made better than before.

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T-Mobile and Sprint will merge to create competition for 5G network

T-Mobile StoreT-Mobile and Sprint are looking to merge and are looking to capitalise their combined markets to create a nationwide 5G network. The 5G network is the next generation of mobile internet with speeds of between 15x to 100x faster than 4G networks.

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EverCam: The 365 Days Battery Wireless Security Cam

  • 29/04/2018 at 23:30 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gadgets

EverCamEverCam is a wireless security camera for your home or business. The main selling points of this device are its battery life, video quality and wireless capabilities. Installation is easy and quick plus it comes with an intuitive app for total control.

EverCam and the specs

With the specs, the video is shot in 1080p resolution, and battery life is one year. Human and facial recognition is there with a view angle of 140 degrees. There is night vision with the ability to see 33 feet into the distance, and the device is weatherproof with a rating of IP66. Fast charging is possible, and the information collected by the camera is encrypted on local storage. The local storage is a 16GB microSD card. An anti-theft alert is there, and the EverCam works with entry sensors.

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Is Silicon Valley tone deaf?

  • 20/04/2018 at 13:18 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Tech EyeIs Silicon Valley out of touch with the real world and real people? This situation is a probability with some of the actions of technology companies coming under fire – Think Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, how despite the leaking of data it seems that Facebook is not going to do much at all about privacy and protecting user’s data. Seeing as their whole business models is advertising and data, what incentive is there for them to change their income stream?

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Which Huawei should you buy: P20 Lite, P20 and P20 Pro?

Huawei P20 SeriesWe’re seing lately a lot of articles and recommandations about the latest Huawei smartphones: P20 Lite, P20 and P20 Pro. But do we really know what are the differences between Huawei’s P20 Lite, P20 and P20 Pro? Let us look at the specs of the P20 range of models below.

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Facebook changed API permissions amid global outrage

  • 05/04/2018 at 20:38 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • News

Facebook is ClutteredFollowing the scandals plaguing Facebook, the social media giant is changing some of its policies. The aim of the changes is to protect user’s data and stop unneeded access being given to apps and services. The company is changing its events API, groups API, pages API, Facebook login, Instagram platform API, search and account recovery, call and text history, data providers and partner categories and app control.

What Facebook are doing

In terms of the events API, app will no longer have access to private information such as guest lists or posts on the wall. Group apps, that were not as private at people thought, will have access to the member’s list and personal information attached to post or comments.

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How 1.1.1.1 Cloudflare DNS should make the Internet more secure

  • 02/04/2018 at 23:36 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

CloudFlareCloudflare is looking to make the internet safer and with more privacy using DNS. The idea that Cloudflare is introducing is the DNS service 1.1.1.1. The basic premise is simple, to create a DNS that does not allow ISP or someone who is hacking into your network to see what websites you are visiting. For many people, especially those in dangerous nations, this is a big plus to keeping themselves and their families safe.

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