Feb.01

Android is a Linux based operating system?

Android is a Linux based operating system. Primarily it is designed for touchscreen mobile devices like smartphones and tablet computers. We are all very well known that Android has third party applications, which can be acquired by users either through an app store such as Google Play, Amazon App.store, etc. or by downloading and installing the application from a third-party site. The Play Store application allows users to browse, download and update apps published by Google and third-party developers. It became very comfortable for the users and also they are showing lot of interest to use the devices based on android applications.

As a result, many engineering students are also trying to get good knowledge on android applications by doing the projects based on android applications in their final year. For those engineering students, here we are listing out best android projects ideas which are all very useful and interesting.

We hope this list of android projects will definitely helpful to you in getting new ideas based on this technology. You are always welcome to give your own ideas and thoughts to include in this list of projects.

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Oct.30

Easypaisa Discontinues its Virtual Debit Card Service

Easypaisa has discontinued its flagship Virtual Debit Card service, we have checked.

The service worked on the same principle as any debit card does. However, since those cards could be used online (for shopping etc.), consumers also used to call them as virtual credit cards as well.

Subul Naqvi, from Telenor Bank’s Corporate Communications division, confirmed the development and said that the bank has decided to pull back the service for now.

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Oct.10

Google gets go-ahead to restore cell phone service in Puerto Rico with its balloons

The Federal Communications Commission has approved an application from Alphabet — Google’s parent company — to fly Project Loon balloons over Puerto Rico in an effort to provide emergency cell coverage to the island, according to Reuters.

Puerto Rico is still reeling in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which struck the island on Sept. 20 and paralyzing winds, rain and storm surge. When it hit, it was nearly a category 5 storm, and pummeled the island with gusts and rains for more than 30 hours.Two weeks later, most of the island still doesn’t have power or clean water. And for large portions of the island, cell coverage is still a pipe dream, too.

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Sep.13

The $1,000 (£1,000) iPhone X: Apple finally reveals its best ever smartphone with FaceID, 5.8inch edge-to-edge display, wireless charging and NO home button

The $1,000 (£1,000) iPhone X: Apple finally reveals its best ever smartphone with FaceID, 5.8inch edge-to-edge display, wireless charging and NO home button

  • iPhone X has a newer screen technology known as OLED, which is thinner, lighter and brighter 
  • It will release two versions, a 64GB version, start at $999 (£999), and a 256GB version for $1,149 (£1,149)
  • Apple also unveiled a new iPhone 8 and a larger 8 Plus with upgrades to cameras, displays and speakers
  • Those phones, Apple said, will shoot pictures with better colors and less distortion, particularly in low-light
  • It also unveiled a new Apple Watch with cellular service and an new version of its Apple TV streaming device 

Following months of anticipation, Apple has finally unveiled its souped-up ‘anniversary’ phone, the iPhone X.

The $999 (£999 in the UK) iPhone X features an edge-to-edge display with richer colours, and facial recognition software called Face ID that allows users to unlock the phone without the need for a fingerprint reader or physical home button.

Apple has also revealed the new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, alongside an upgrade to the Apple Watch and a higher-definition Apple TV.

Cell Phone Updates

Aug.12

The best mid-range smartphone, now with 4K video stabilisation

The world loves the OnePlus 5. It gets so many things right: It has a lengthy battery life, speedy performance and -crucially – it’s easy on the wallet, too. But there’s one major feature it was sorely lacking – 4K video stabilisation. It’s time to rejoice though, Electronic Image Stabilisation is here, and it works wonders.

The lack of proper video stabilisation was a big deal breaker for some, and was so detrimental that it rendered 4K recording entirely useless. This new over the air update mind you – OxygenOS 4.5.7 – fixes this. And, as you can see in my test footage against a OnePlus 5 without the update, does a phenomenal job at it, too.

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