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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.

Xiaomi Launches A Gaming Mouse, Sneakers 2 & Backpack For Cheap

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, unleashed at least three new products and they are quite interesting. The company has a mouse before now but it recently released a new gaming mouse, Xiaomi sneakers 2, and a new backpack. Xiaomi Backpack Today, Xiaomi launched a stylish commuter backpack that can accommodate a 15.6 inches ...

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Gmail gains new gestures on Android in the latest update

Google recently pushed out a new update for the Android version of Gmail. The update brings a couple of new features and improvements meant to further enhance the app’s functionality while on the move. The first change that you’ll only notice if you head to General settings / Swipe actions ...

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Honor 10 To Start GPU Turbo Beta Testing On June 28

Two days ago, Honor Play was released and in the conference, Huawei also announced its “very scary technology” dupped GPU Turbo. This tech is a revolutionary graphics processing acceleration technology which increases graphics processing efficiency by up to 60% and SOC power consumption by 30%. As of now, only Huawei devices can ...

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Yahoo Messenger to be discontinued in July

Earlier today, Yahoo announced that it will forfeit its Messenger service effective July 17. Although users can continue to take advantage of the service until July 17, 2018, Yahoo Messenger will stop working after that date. The reason for Yahoo’s decision to close the Messenger service is a bit ambiguous, ...

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Android P code hints at wireless charging on the the Pixel 3 series

Last year’s Google Pixel 2 series disappointed certain consumers due to its lack of wireless charging but if the new Android P Beta 2 is anything to go by, it appears Google may finally be giving its customers what they want with the new Pixel 3 line. As discovered by ...

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New LG Wear OS smartwatch, the LM-W319, visits the FCC

Last month, an LG Wear OS powered smartwatch appeared at the FCC carrying the model number LM-W315. The only solid information we could get from the FCC documentation was an image of the Wear OS UI that was shown in relation to the watch’s use of the FCC’s E-Label technology. ...

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Report: Oppo is now a customer of Samsung’s curved OLED displays

Right now, the smartphone market has curved display phones that can be counted on the fingers of the hand. Obviously, it is Samsung that has been manufacturing these OLED panels and that has put it in a dominant position as far as supply is concerned. Now, a new report from ...

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Tired of cleaning ? Get the Xiaomi Roborock Vacuum Cleaner 2

The technology in general is supposed to make out lives easier, right ? And well in some cases it surely does, but don’t ask such question to your grandparents or you will hear the tirade about complicating your life with all those unnecessary phones and computers. But cleaning ? That’s ...

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Apple reportedly cuts orders for 2018 iPhone parts by 20%

According to a report published earlier today, Apple has cut orders to its suppliers by 20% for parts needed to build the upcoming crop of 2018 iPhone models to be unveiled later this year. Citing four sources, the reputable Nikkei Asian Review says that it appears that Apple will reduce ...

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Sketch reveals the exact dimensions of the Pixel 3 XL’s notch & chin

After two leaks yesterday revealed the first live images of Google’s next flagship, a new sketch courtesy of Steve Hemmerstoffer has now confirmed the exact dimensions of perhaps two of its most controversial design features, the display notch and chin. In exact dimensions, the display notch on the Pixel 3 ...

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