Zeeshan Akhram

A Tech Writer, Geek, Passionate Blogger and Senior Writer at The Tech
Galaxy S8

Galaxy S8 said to use Sony batteries

It is rumored that Samsung aims to introduce Sony's batteries in its Galaxy S8 smartphone. The Amperex of the company, SDI, and ATL, will also...

PEMRA Raises Objection Over Zong and OPPO TV Ads

Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority(PEMRA) has pointed out the TV advertisements of Zong 4G and OPPO Mobile as these ads have crossed some of the...

YouTube to kill one of its most annoying types of ads in 2018

As you all are aware of Youtube's advertisement formats. However, one of the most disturbing advertisement is a unskippable 30-second advertisement. Most of the time,...
Clash Royale

Supercell’s Clash Royale reaps $1 billion in its first year

Today, Supercell has announced the revenue and earning of 2016. Sensor Tower, a mobile measurement firm, has shown that Supercell's Clash Royale has earned...
Apple TV

Apple reportedly testing a new Apple TV with 4K output, may launch later this...

It is rumored that Apple is testing the latest version for its TV set-top box, which will be released later in this year. The...

Google will produce original TV shows for kids on YouTube Red

Google's online video streaming service has proclaimed that the company plans to strive for the four new children's series from the content creator community of the...
Google and Telenor

Pakistan to Get Advanced Version of SMS Through Telenor

Fromm the past year, Google has been in contact with the mobile community for upgrading SMS feature everywhere. The company will be using Rich Communications...

The Nokia 3310 will reportedly return this month

As we all are aware of the Legendary Nokia 3310, which was at top of mobile heap in its reign. However, now it is...

Facebook is testing pop-up posts

The giant social network, Facebook is planning to release a new feature for its desktop site. The feature will display certain posts on the...

Oracle launches apps to surface predictions and insights from IoT sensor data

Oracle has declared that the company is going to launch four new cloud-based software solutions to let businesses have more actionable penetration from tracking...

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