Day: April 13, 2020

Lenovo Legion Gaming Phone Teased to Feature Staggering 90W Fast Charging Support

Lenovo has revealed that its Legion Gaming phone will come with 90W fast charging support. Once launched, the smartphone can be expected to offer the fastest wired charging supported by any smartphone in the world. The company had hinted through a poster in February that the Legion Gaming phone will support higher than 55W fast charging. It had previously announced that the gaming-centric smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. The new Legion smartphone is also touted to come with ground-breaking cooling technology to provide a smooth gaming experience to the users.

Legion Gaming phone is expected to

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LG V40 ThinQ Receiving a New Update in India With Wi-Fi Calling Support, March Security Patch: Users Report

LG V40 ThinQ is reportedly getting a new software update in India that brings VoWi-Fi support for the phone, allowing Reliance Jio and Airtel users to make use for Wi-Fi calling feature. Apart from the VoWi-Fi feature, the update also reportedly includes March 2020 Android security patch, native screen recorder, and more. The LG V40 ThinQ update is rolling out over-the-air (OTA) and will reach all users over the next few days.

According to a user report on XDA Developers forum and another on Twitter, the LG V40 ThinQ update also comes with Digital Wellbeing tools and carries the build

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Samsung Galaxy M31 Update Rendering Phones Unusable, Some Users Report

Samsung Galaxy M31 — the budget smartphone by the South Korean giant — received a new software update with the April 2020 security patch earlier this week. While the latest software update was meant to provide various security fixes, it appears to have come with some bugs that are causing issues to users. Various affected users reported that their Galaxy M31 bricked while installing the latest update. Some Samsung Galaxy A70 users in the country, who received an Android 10 update along with One UI 2.0, also reported similar issues.

As per the user reports on on Twitter, several Samsung

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Big Data Could Undermine the Covid-19 Response

The coronavirus pandemic has spurred interest in big data to track the spread of the fast-moving pathogen and to plan disease prevention efforts. But the urgent need to contain the outbreak shouldn’t cloud thinking about big data’s potential to do more harm than good.

Companies and governments worldwide are tapping the location data of millions of internet and mobile phone users for clues about how the virus spreads and whether social distancing measures are working. Unlike surveillance measures that track the movements of particular individuals, these efforts analyze large data sets to uncover patterns in people’s movements and behavior over

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10 Best Grilling & BBQ Accessories (Gloves, Cleaning Tools, and More)

Grilling is the most elemental way to cook. There’s the burning wood, charcoal, or gas producing heat, and there’s your food sizzling in that heat. It’s a simple way to cook, but it can be daunting. How do you know when your meat is done? How do you get those great grill marks? As with most things, having the right tools makes the job much easier.

If our guide to portable grills got you started on the road to grilling mastery, consider this the follow-up tips-and-tricks edition. Professional chefs may make it look easy to poke a bit of meat

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