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Fact Check: Old video of Rahul Gandhi resurfaces, claims he turned to Islam

Election or no election, discussions over Rahul Gandhi’s caste and religion still hogs the limelight on social media. On Monday, a Facebook post with a video showing Rahul praying with Muslim clerics went viral. The post claims that soon after the elections, the Congress president turned to

iPhone X Has 2 Batteries, Claims Early Teardown Video

While Apple is about to begin the shipments of the iPhone X, a teardown video apparently showcasing the new model has surfaced online. The video reveals that the latest flagship iPhone not only has a unique dual-camera setup on the rear and a TrueDepth image sensor on the front, but

LG V30 to Offer More Customisable Audio Options Over Predecessor, Claims Company

HIGHLIGHTS The LG V30 will be launched on August 31 The smartphone will feature 32-bit Advanced Hi-Fi Quad DAC The company says LG V30 offers more customisable audio options LG has been teasing us about the features on its upcoming V30 flagship smartphone for quite some time and continuing the

Microsoft claims facet promises 70% greater battery lifestyles than Chrome

Microsoft’s edge browser has been trailing in phrases of adoption and usage, whilst home windows 10 has won growing marketplace share. The agency has launched an legitimate report documenting the strength performance benefits of using edge, the new browser it debuted with home windows 10, in part

Chrome eats up to 70% extra battery power than area browser, Microsoft claims

Do you operate Microsoft facet, the default browser protected in home windows 10? a few people have used it once, to head get every other browser version and download it. but if you need your pc daily closing longer earlier than you want daily plug it in,

Brussels attack: Encryption and Snowden to blame for intelligence failures claims William Hague

William Hague: ‘The care taken by the Brussels murderers to leave no digital trail is a sign of strict and thorough training.’Reuters Former UK Foreign Secretary William Hague has claimed that recent terrorist atrocities in Brussels show ‘the need to crack’ terrorist communications, citing strong encryption and