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Clips now features Disney and Pixar characters and new graphic overlays

Clips, Apple’s easy-to-use video creation app for iOS, is getting an update today that includes dozens of new graphic overlays and posters, plus

Apple’s Greater China business now has its own managing director for the first time

Apple has appointed Isabel Ge Mahe as its first vice president and managing director of its business in Greater China. China-born Ge Mahe is tasked with

Samsung Galaxy J7 Max with 8-Core CPU now available at Rs 17,900: Threat to mid-range smartphones

Talking about the Galaxy J7 Max, the smartphone comes with the support to the mobile payment solution – Samsung Pay. The highlight

Android 7.1.2 Nougat is official, public beta coming later today (Update 2: rolling out now)

Google has just officially announced Android 7.1.2 Nougat, and will begin rolling out the public beta build starting today! Android 7.1.2 beta

Google search now has card-based suggestions for all the best recipes

It seems Google search is getting smarter and smarter; it certainly is getting more convenient for mobile devices. Ever since Google introduced

Now you can stream live 360 degree video on Twitter!

Micro-blogging website Twitter has introduced a new way to see what is happening on Twitter — through live 360-degree video. “Users can

The Game Preview of Happy Dungeons is now live on Xbox One

The special Game Preview of Happy Dungeons is now available to play for free on theXbox One. The Game Preview is a

Pokemon Go for Windows 10 Mobile is now possible, PoGo UWP now available in beta

Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile users have been pining for Pokemon Go for some time now, with a petition for Niantic

MSN information for windows 10 now helps you to add pick out media sources (speedy Ring)

Microsoft has pushed out an update tonight for his or her MSN news app for windows 10 and cell inside the rapid

Squad development package out now

Early get right of entry to, multiplayer-focused army shooter Squad is “terrific” up to now, in line with Ian Birnbaum. but you