How to Delete all Contacts in iPhone | Tips and Tricks
May03

How to Delete all Contacts in iPhone | Tips and Tricks

Contacts app is the only app that hasn’t changed much from the release of the first generation of iPhone. Besides the fresh coat of iOS 7 paint, it did not see any notable features added to it, leaving opportunity for third-party apps to come in and offer much more functionality. You can only delete one contact at a time, but you are not able to delete several contacts at once. Removing multiple contacts on iPhone at the same time is...

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Office 365 For Education Launching To Windows Stores, Edge Is Default Windows 10 S Browser
May03

Office 365 For Education Launching To Windows Stores, Edge Is Default Windows 10 S Browser

Microsoft’s New York Fountain Event headlines were the Surface Laptop and the current Windows 10 S education-focused operating system. The event, Microsoft also declared that full-featured version of its desktop Office 365 applications was becoming to the Windows Store, with a center on education. Individually, more details about the default app settings of Windows 10 S were revealed. Earlier, Microsoft had announced that it had...

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CGI VFX Breakdown “Attraction VFX Breakdown”
May03

CGI VFX Breakdown “Attraction VFX Breakdown”

CGI VFX Breakdown “Attraction VFX Breakdown” by Main Road Post. Latest Technology Videos to keep you updated in this modern technology...

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Google Says Android Nougat Now Present on 7.1 Percent of All Active Devices
May03

Google Says Android Nougat Now Present on 7.1 Percent of All Active Devices

Google has now updated its Google Play distribution data, providing figures for the seven-day period ending Tuesday, May 2, 2017. The data shows that the Android Nougat (Android 7.0 & Android 7.1) now running on 7.1 percent of the active devices. The latest figures have revealed that the Android Nougat-based devices logging into the store are slowly rising, whereas the devices running on Android Marshmallow are still running on...

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Android May Security Refresh Now Rolling Out To Nexus And Pixel Devices
May03

Android May Security Refresh Now Rolling Out To Nexus And Pixel Devices

Last month, Google unexpectedly pushed out a dog food test build of May 2017 security refresh to Pixel XL smartphones that were meant for internal testing. Now, the research giant has finally made the factory images, and the OTA files for the monthly security refresh for May available for Pixel and Nexus devices, and the upgrade has started rolling out. Earlier, Google has modernized its end-of-life support page and added the Pixel...

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