Android 7.0 Nougat for Xperia Smartphone

Introducing Android 7.0 Nougat

Take advantage of the fresh new features and streamlined performance of the latest Android operating system. See how we’re bringing the best of Nougat to your Xperia™.

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Google I/O 2017 dates confirmed, expect new Android announcements


Google I/O is the search giant’s annual developer conference and the usual launch platform for a mass of new software features and improvements.
Having earlier this month teased the upcoming event with a series of puzzles and cryptic questions, Google has now confirmed the Google I/O 2017 dates.

JioFi 2 4G Wireless Hotspot in Black



  • 2-pin charger (5V-1A)
  • Micro USB cable
  • 2600mAh battery
  • User manual and warranty information


The JioFi 3 that has an OLED display that shows the battery life, signal strength and WiFi status.

Opening the back cover reveals a 2600mAh battery which should be removed to insert a nano SIM card. It also has a microSD card slot. It has support for 3 (1800 MHz), 5 (850 MHz) and 40 (TD 2300 MHz) for Jio.

Sony releases new Xperia X Concept build that brings Battery Saver mode


A new Concept build for Xperia X devices has just been released by Sony, in its attempt to add and improve as many features as possible, before it pushes another Android Nougat update to compatible smartphones.

It's worth noting that this Experimental track is only meant to test new features that Sony plans to brings to its Xperia smartphones, but, sometimes, these features don't make it to final builds.

Sundar Pichai makes the case for Google versus Alexa


Google AdSense Stats & Earnings Reports Currently Broken Today

Update: As of 10am EST, the reports seem to now be updating.
If you login to your Google AdSense account this morning, at least right now, you will see you have zero earnings. As you dig deeper, you will see Google is reporting zero pageviews, clicks, RPM, CPC, impressions and zero data across the board for all of January 26, 2017.
Here is a screen shot of my dashboard:

PayPal Discovers a New Partner

PayPal entered into a partnership with Discover, the major credit card issuer, last week. Here's how shareholders of both companies stand to benefit.

Paypal Headquarters
IMAGE SOURCE: PAYPAL HOLDINGS INC.

Reliance Jio’s big giveaway gamble reshapes India’s mobile world



Google calculator app add history features option

The computer in your pocket can do amazing things like play HD videos, access all the knowledge of mankind, and send messages all over the world. It can also do math with a calculator app. Google's Calculator app has been updated to v7.2, and it includes a long, long, long overdue feature—history.

IPhone 8: What We Know So Far

Apple is reportedly reinventing the iPhone's fingerprint reader




Future iPhones may revolve around more than just an eye-catching curved display. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who frequently (though not always) has a knack for hardware scoops, believes that Apple is designing a whole new Touch ID fingerprint reader for future iPhones and iPads. In order for Apple to virtually eliminate bezels, it needs a reader that sits under the screen -- and that means a brand new optical sensor. Development is underway, the analyst says, but development is still early enough that the technology might not be ready in time for the 2017 iPhone.

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ACER RUGGED CHROMEBOOK 11 N7


Unveiled earlier this month at CES 2017 in Las Vegas, the Acer Chromebook 11 N7 isn’t your run-of-the-mill rugged Chrome device. Aside from compliance with MIL-STD 810G military durability tests, the 11.6″ Braswell-powered Chromebook is on of very few that is being marketed and sold to the education and consumer markets

Nokia tablet running Android Nougat 7.1


This year marks the return of Nokia to the Android world and it was warmly received, with the Chinese variation of the Nokia 6 selling out in just one minute after its January 19th launch. Joining Nokia's Android-device lineup appears to be a huge 18.4-inch tablet running Android 7.0 Nougat that was spotted after being benchmarked on GFXBench.
The operating system is listed as "Android FIH Edition" with FIH Mobile being the company that has the rights to the Nokia brand. This would largely indicate that the device - if it ever sees the light of day - will be Nokia branded.

Vivo unveiled V5 smartphone back in late 2016 with 20MP Selfie camera

Vivo V5 Plus and V5 Lite

Vivo unveiled V5 smartphone back in late 2016 with 20MP Selfie camera. If you remember, the Chinese smartphone maker already promised to bring V5 Plus with Dual Selfie cameras. As promised earlier, Vivo has launched V5 Plus with 20MP + 8MP Dual Selfie camera and V5 Lite with 16MP Selfie camera. The device has already gone pre-order in Malaysia. However, it’s going to launch in India on January 23rd.

Vivo V5 Plus specifications:

  • 5.5-inch Full HD In-Cell display with 2.5D Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 Octa-Core processor clocked @ 2GHz
  • Adreno 506 GPU
  • 4GB RAM
  • Funtouch OS 3.0 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • 16MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, PDAF, LED Flash
  • 20MP Selfie camera with Moonlight Flash, Sony IMX376 1/2.78″ sensor, f/2.0 aperture and 5P lens, Secondary 8MP Selfie camera
  • 64GB internal memory
  • 4G LTE, Dual SIM (nano + nano), WiFi 802.11 ac (Dual Band), Bluetooth 4.2, GPS
  • Fingerprint Sensor, AK4376 audio chip
  • 3160mAh battery, Fast charging
  • Dimensions: 152.58 x 74 x 7.26mm
  • Weight: 158.6g.


Pricing & Availability:
Vivo V5 Plus will be launched in India on January 23rd, Monday. It comes in Gold color option and is now available for pre-order in Malaysia for RM 1799 (~USD 400). Meanwhile, the Vivo V5 Lite comes in Crown Gold and Rose Gold color options but still yet to reveal pricing and availability.

Android Pay v1.13 prepares to support PayPal cards and enable payments with Visa Checkout


Android Pay has been making pretty good progress with supporting new banks, card types, and even a few countries, but there's still a long way to go and some very popular names are still missing from the list. Now it looks like one of the Internet's best-known names in payments will be joining the ranks soon: PayPal.

Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9 winner: Teriya Magar emerges as a giant-killer, beats Salman Yusuff Khan and Shantanu Maheshwari to clinch the trophy


Samsung Announces Android 7.0 Nougat Rollout Schedule for several Galaxy Models


Samsung has officially stated that the Android Nougat 7.0 rollout has begun for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge devices, confirming earlier reports. The press release states that the rollout began 2 days ago and will be making its way to devices via an OTA update and will be available to owners of the devices in the coming

Top Programming Languages Used in Web Development


Web development is a term that is used to refer to the process of creating a website and can range from developing a single simple page to a series of complex pages. Web development encompasses several actions or practices and some of them include web design, content creation, programming, network security tasks as well as client side or server side scripting, etc. In the recent few years, web development has taken the definition of the creation of content management systems or CMS, which is the mid-step between the user and the database. In order to pursue web development as a profession, one of the most important things that you will need to consider is having expertise in programming languages.

How to view and delete your Google search history?


Whenever you make a Google search query while being logged in to any service from the company, your search is saved to your Google account’s activity. This is designed to help improve your search experience by increasing the amount of relevant things you’ll see.

For the most part, this depends on how you use your Google account, and if you’re more of an iOS user, then you might not tap into these features as much as, say, an Android user would.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to view and delete your Google search query history, a step you can take to increase your privacy by preventing others from seeing what you’ve searched for.

When will Google remember my search query history?

It should be mentioned from the start that Google won’t remember what you’ve searched for unless you are signed in with a Google account. If you aren’t, then there will be no search query history to look back on.
On the other hand, if you are signed in with a Google account, your search queries are stored inside of the My Activity section of your Google account, which is essentially a timeline of everything you’ve done via your account.
This is where this tutorial comes in…
If you are signed in with an account, and you recently searched for something that you don’t want others to see, whether it’s because you were doing gift shopping or wanted to ask the internet an embarrassing question that you don’t want other computer users to see, then you’ll need to know how to view and remove those history items.

How to view your Google search history

To view a running history of your Google search queries, you can follow these steps:
1) Sign into Google if you haven’t already by visiting the Google web page.
2) Click on the circular Profile button at the top right of the page, then click on the blue My Account button.

3) Scroll down slightly, and click on the blue Manage your Google Activity link.

4) Scroll down some more and under the Review activitysection, click on the blue Go to My Activity link.

Now you’ll see a timeline of everything you’ve done with your Google account. This of course includes your search history, but also the YouTube videos you watched and much more. As you can see, here we have a running history of Google search queries:

Deleting Google search query history items in bulk

Now that you’ve found your Google search query history, you can easily clear that in bulk from your activity page by following one of the three sets of tips below. Keep in mind that after you delete something, there is no way to get it back.
Deleting small groups of Google search query items
To delete small groups of search query items, scroll through the timeline and pick a group you want to delete, then follow these steps:
1) Click on the Menu button in the header section of a timeline item containing the queries you want to delete.

2) Click on the Delete button that appears in the pop-up menu.
3) You may get the following prompt; choose to check or un-check the box based on your own will, then click the OKbutton.

4) Confirm your Google search query deletion by clicking on the Delete button in the prompt:

Now all of the Google search queries that were in that section should be removed from your Google account, and as such, they will no longer appear in bold black text inside the search bar when you begin to use Google some more to search for more things on the internet.
Deleting Google search history items based on a date range
If you want to delete all history items that appear in your account history for a specific date range, you can use these steps instead:
1) Click on the Menu button at the very top of the web page.
2) Click on the Delete activity by option in the drop-down menu.

3) Choose a date range and the type of product you want to delete the history of. In our case, we must select Searchunder the All Products drop down menu. If you want to delete your entire Google history regardless of the product, just keep All products selected in the drop down. Click on the blue Delete button:

Now anything that was searched for in between these date ranges will be deleted from your Google account activity history.
Deleting all Google search query items
To delete absolutely everything from your Google search query timeline, follow these steps:
1) Click on the Menu button at the top of the web page.

2) Click on the Delete activity by option in the drop-down menu.
3) Click on the Today option and change it to All time from the drop-down menu:

4) Next, click on the Delete button at the bottom of the page:

5) You will be asked to confirm your action, so click on the Delete button when prompted for a second time
And now all of your data from your Google search query history should be removed!

Deleting Google search query history items singularly

If you just searched for one thing, and you really don’t want to go through all the steps above to delete just one search query, you’ll be happy to know Google has you covered.
If you simply go to the Google search bar at the top of a Google search page and you begin the search a second time, you’ll see your query appear in bold purple color, which indicates you’ve searched for it recently. Just to the right of that is a Remove button; click it:

After you click on the Remove button, your search query is removed from your Web search history

Now that you know how to remove searches from your Google search query history, you can keep family members from knowing what you’re Googling as gift ideas, or however else you plan to use this feature.
If you found this tutorial helpful, let us know in the comments below.

Storypick This Inspiring Video Of Sundar Pichai Giving Life Advice








You know what the worst part of growing up is? Growing up to dozens of naysayers who think you’re over your head or way before time. Who will mock you for your courage and force-feed you inhibitions, that you’re just another ‘nobody’ in the crowd! In times like such, it is always advisable to turn to somebody for counsel and respite.
And who better than Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google to help us with some soul-searching? In this inspiring video, uploaded by Eternal Explorer-Motivation, the brains behind all the brains of the virtual world, has pearls of wisdom guised as career advice. And it is for every person who is juggling with insecurities and dreams of making it big someday. Breaking down the differences between India and the West, Pichai is also counting big on India and his reasons will fuel the fire in you!

WhatsApp's notifications now work properly on Android 7.0 and 7.1 Nougat Rita El Khoury 14 hours ago 21 100 62 Total Shares183 APPLICATIONSNEWSNOUGAT 7.0/7.1 WhatsApp Nougat users, the time has come, the day is here — well, it was here a couple of days ago, but it was the weekend and I was busy sweeping the floors of my new apartment, so I had to delay coverage... priorities y'know. Anyway, for all of you who have been lamenting the poor notification situation on Nougat, cried over the fact that you only see the most recent message making the whole "notification" thing completely useless, things are looking out. In version 2.17.13 beta (grab it from APK Mirror), WhatsApp has properly implemented notifications on Android 7.0 and 7.1 Nougat devices. This involves showing all the messages from one conversation (person or group) and not just the latest message, proper Quick Reply with your typed text not disappearing when you get a new message from the same conversation, and correct notification unbundling behavior of conversations and expansion of multiple messages. This also fixes the notifications you get on Android Wear devices, making them readable and better to reply to.

WhatsApp Nougat users, the time has come, the day is here — well, it was here a couple of days ago, but it was the weekend and I was busy sweeping the floors of my new apartment, so I had to delay coverage... priorities y'know. Anyway, for all of you who have been lamenting the poor notification situation on Nougat, cried over the fact that you only see the most recent message making the whole "notification" thing completely useless, things are looking out.

Android 7.0 Nougat kernel source released for Moto Z and Moto Z Droid


Last year, Motorola skipped on updating the Moto X line of devices, in favor of introducing the Moto Z. The device's main selling point was 'Moto Mods,' modules the user can hotswap to add functionality. Unfortunately, the expensive cost of both the device and the Moto Mods, as well as the lack of a headphone jack and short battery life,

If the stock Moto Z software experience isn't satisfying, you're in luck - Motorola has finally released the 7.0 kernel source code for the Moto Z and Moto Z Droid. If you're unfamiliar, this makes creating custom ROMs for the device significantly easier, so expect custom ROM development to pick up.


Source: Github

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