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Apple’s iOS 11.3 released: Features, Bugs and Fixes

Apple’s last release 11.2 was robust but had issues like battery performance and has been plagued with bugs and vulnerabilities since its launch. Apple has said that it is focusing on stability in the next version of iOS.

The latest version of iOS 11.3 is released on 29th March 2018. Let’s have a look at its new features

Apple has fulfilled its promise of providing users with more information about the health of their battery. iOS 11.3 came with….


Developer Preview of Android P released, look at its features and security updates

Android P is the Latest version of Android from Google. Here we have the developer preview of Android P, the newest version of Android. You can download the Android P preview and can run in your device or you can run Android P in an emulator. The Android 9 version called Android P will be released in Google I/O 2018, likely in Mid of May month between 16_18 May 2018. We can expect the final consumer release in August 2018.

Many rumour’s are turning around that the name of Android 9 would be Android Pie…


Popular Web Development Technologies in 2018

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  • January 22, 2018
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The following are the most Famous/Popular Web Development Technologies in 2018 that are being wide used for Front-End and Back-End Development.

Front End Web Development:
HTML and CSS: HTML, CSS are the building blocks for web development. Their Frameworks like Bootstrap and Materialize are most widely used in web development. Twitter Bootstrap is popular for its Responsive design and Flexbox and CSS Grid System are also trending topics in CSS, and they are used without any framework to develop responsive websites.


What’s new in iOS 11.2?

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  • December 14, 2017
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The biggest new feature of iOS 11.2 is Apple Pay Cash (only in the U.S., for now). Apple’s person-to-person payment system works within iMessage and lets you instantly and directly send money to other iOS users.

iOS 11.2 also speeds up the maximum rate of wireless charging on iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X. These phones shipped with support for the Qi standard up to 5 watts, but 11.2 bumps it up to 7.5 watts. That’s technically faster than the in-box adapter, which is infamously slow. But of course, you’ll need a Qi-based wireless charger that properly supports rates up to 7.5 watts to notice the difference.


Introducing Android 8.0 Oreo

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  • December 1, 2017
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Smarter, faster, more powerful and sweeter than ever. The newest release from Android.

Swift moves, behind the scenes
2x faster:
Get started on your favourite tasks more quickly with 2x the boot speed when powering up*
*boot time, as measured on Google Pixel

Background limits:
Android Oreo helps minimise background activity in the apps that you use least. It’s the super power you can’t even see.


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