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Jacob Lieben

Co-owner and co-editor in chief of Lostgeeks.net. Responsible for article writing and the web infrastructure of this website.

YouTube Music, YouTube Music Premium and YouTube Premium start rolling out today

As we told you last week, YouTube Music is being rolled out starting today. This is taking place in the U.S., Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea. YouTube Music will replace the YT Music app and offer ad-supported music (official releases),  albums, playlists, artist-based radio and YouTube’s library of ...

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Trump shoots down Wall Street Journal report that says U.S. and China agreed to a deal on ZTE

.Two Sundays ago, President Trump disseminated a tweet stating that he had instructed the Commerce Department to repeal its export ban on ZTE. This morning, the Wall Street Journal published a story that said the U.S. and China had agreed on the framework of a deal that would allow the ...

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Xiaomi Mi 8 Conference Ticket To Cost 99 Yuan ($16)

Xiaomi officially announced that it will hold a conference at the Shenzhen Dayun Gymnasium Center at 14 o’clock on May 31st. It is expected that the company will launch the Xiaomi Mi 8 in celebration of the company’s 8th anniversary whee it would recall all the high and low points of ...

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Dropbox gets two new important features on the iPhone

Dropbox is getting better on the iOS platform, so if you have an iPhone you can go ahead and fire up the app and check out some of the new features that have been added today. Improvements to the file activity and file preview design are the main highlights of ...

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Obama had his ‘Berry and a Selectra Edge; Trump uses a pair of Apple iPhone handsets

Regardless of your politics, or whether you’re a phone nerd or not, it is interesting to see what handsets are being used by the President of the United States. Back in 2009, a newly inaugurated Barack Obama had a very strong BlackBerry addiction, and worked out a deal with the ...

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Google updates Gboard keyboard app with ability to make GIFs, new sticker gallery

Google has just released a new version of its Gboard keyboard app for Android devices. As expected, the latest update brings support for new languages, but the new app comes with a few new features and improvements as well. Firstly, Google has added support for 16 new languages: Ahirani, Bahamianese, ...

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US To Lift ZTE’s Ban – Negotiations In Advance Stages

Well, technology enthusiasts knew that at some point this was going to happen. A trade war between China and the US is a disaster and there will be no winners, just chaos. In mid-April, the US Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security stated that ZTE violated the U.S. government’s ...

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Xiaomi Mi 7 Still In Play – Looks Different From The Mi 8

The most definite news regarding the Xiaomi Mi 8 was probably released today where the company stated that the Shenzhen press conference is set to hold on May 31.  It also gave a clue that the expected flagship in commemoration of the company’s 8th anniversary will be called Xiaomi Mi 8. ...

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MIIT: “WiFi Master Key” & “WiFi Key” – A Major Threat To Users WiFi Network

Recently, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) released a review of cybersecurity threats in the first quarter of 2018. From its work, it was revealed that “WiFi Master Key” and “WiFi Key” are suspected of invading other people’s WiFi networks and stealing user’s personal information. MIIT pointed out that in the ...

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