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The company announced that in just over the last three years, they have paid more than $30 billion to creators, artists, and media companies. Read more here.
Google has officially unveiled the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro with a unique design and its first mobile processor, a "proprietary tensor chipset".
Google pulled the covers from its latest Pixel on Monday, revealing pixel 6 and Pixel 6 pro via a press release and a series of Tweets with some good measure of explicit leaks. Both smartphones represent a drastic upgrade for the Pixel line with a fresh look. Read more here.
In the past weeks, floods destroyed more than 300 homes in Jalingo, Taraba State in North-Eastern Nigeria. Roads have been swamped in different parts of the country, including Ogun State and Lagos, the commercial capital of the country.
The internet and social media are also replete with images of destruction from the floods around the country. Read more here.
Realme has officially unveiled MagDart, a wireless charging system which it says is the first magnetic wireless charger for Android phones.
MagDart was unveiled on Tuesday at the Reame magnetic innovation event and it is only for Realme’s own phones, rather than any Android device just like Apple’s system is only for iPhones. Read more here.
WhatsApp has finally rolled out its “View Once” feature to smartphone users which deletes photos or videos from users' chats after they’ve been opened by the recipient. A similar feature was released on the web version in July.
Users can send a photo or video and make it “View Once” by tapping the “1” button on the right side close to the send button. It informs the sender that the sent photo or video is opened and gets deleted immediately after the recipient closes it. The recipient will receive a message with information that the photo or video is set to view once. Read more here.
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