iPhone tips and tricks: Simple way to turn on or off read receipts on iMessage

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Apple iPhone users have the exclusive privilege of iMessage and Facetime, which helps them stay connected with their other iPhone user friends. Look at it as the benefits of a private club.

While Facetime is used for video calling, iMessage works as an instant messenger for iPhone users. Just like WhatsApp, iMessage has a feature that lets you see if the recipient has received and read a message. It is a helpful feature, but some users would rather have that feature disabled not to dampen the sender's mood if unable to reply.

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Confirmed: All Nokia smartphones going global by the end of June

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We're 100% sure that Nokia fans are very anxious to get their hands on the new Android smartphones unveiled by HMD Global earlier this year. Although the Finnish company confirmed the Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 would be available on the market in Q2, it didn't offer a definite ETA for any of these devices.

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8 new features Android O will bring to your phone

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The age of Nougat is over. Google has officially unveiled its new Android O operating system for smartphones and tablets at its I/O conference.

Right now, Android O really is meant for developers to start learning from and improving their apps. That means you can download its beta incarnation to an array of Google's own devices, including the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Nexus Player.

Even if you don't plan on jumping on this initial build, it's worth finding out what to expect when Android O gets finalised later this year – and has a proper name. It's gotta be Oreo, right?

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Android O devices will reboot twice as fast, app performance to substantially improve

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During the keynote yesterday, Google has shared some great news regarding Android O: When compared to Nougat, the new version of the operating system will allow devices to reboot twice as fast. It’s true, you probably don’t reboot your smartphone on a regular basis. But you can’t get around it from time to time, as it is required when you receive a software update, for example. Some handsets do take quite some time to reboot, so speeding up the process is definitely something users will welcome with open arms. However, the company didn’t explain in detail the changes it made to achieve this.

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