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India bans Facebook’s Free Basics: Law targets ‘discriminatory tariffs’ and supports net neutrality

India has passed a new law that prevents telecom services from charging different tariffs based on the content, in a move that will have significant repercussions for big tech companies — including Facebook.

Sony Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact now available in the U.S.

See full gallery on TechnoBuffalo Sony smartphone fans can now pick up the Japanese company’s latest Xperia flagships in the United States.

Fed Up With Flat Photos? Add a Sense of Depth with These 6 Tips

When many beginner and intermediate photographers are critiquing their photos, they find that the images lack a sense of depth, and instead feel a bit “flat.” This can be a difficult problem to overcome, but with these six tips and some practice, you’ll be taking photos that feel more alive and communicate a stronger sense of depth in no time.

Cooking for Geeks Teaches You the Science Behind Better Cooking

If you’re interested in not just how to make food taste great but why certain techniques and ingredients work the way they do, check out Jeff Potter’s Cooking for Geeks.

As Its Market Grows Nigerian E-Commerce Startup Africa Internet Group Raises $83 Million

 Some of Africa’s best funded ecommerce startups just secured more capital. Read More

New Update Rolling Out To Verizon’s Galaxy Note 4 Phablet

As we’re waiting for Samsung to introduce their new flagship devices at the end of this month, we’re getting tons of additional Samsung-related info.

Tim Cook finds himself receiving Twitter snark over motion-blurred Super Bowl photo

Apple CEO Tim Cook found himself on the receiving end of a lot of ‘Shot on iPhone’ snark when he tweeted a blurry photo at the end of the Super Bowl 50 game.

Forget Android N, ‘Nexus’ VR hardware and Android VR might steal the show at Google I/O

It’s no secret that Google is interested in virtual reality. Made out of paper, Google Cardboard is Google’s first foray into VR, but the Search giant apparently plans to release a more advanced product later this year, a “Nexus” of VR headsets, which might be running on its rumored VR-centric Android VR initiative.

Spigen’s Rugged Armor LG G5 Case Gets Listed On Amazon

LG G5 is one of the most anticipated smartphones this year. This smartphone will be introduced during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona later this month, coincidentally on the same day Samsung plans to introduce their Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge handsets.

Facebook's Free Basics Banned For Good in India

Late last year, the Indian government temporarily banned Facebook’s free Basics program over net neutrality concerns.

India Blocks Facebook’s FreeBasics Over Net Neutrality Concerns

 Facebook’s FreeBasics has been under fire in India over net neutrality violations for months, and now the country’s regulator has weighed in hard on the issue: FreeBasics has been banned, according to an announcement from TRAI.

OnePlus 2 gets a permanent $40 price cut

OnePlus is slashing $40 off its flagship OnePlus 2 permanently. The Chinese startup says the device is now cheaper to produce than it was initially, and it is passing those savings onto fans.

Why Video Games Make You Feel Sick (and What You Can Do About It)

A significant portion of the population gets moderately to severely nauseated while playing first-person video games, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Sony Xperia Z5 now officially available in the US, Z5 Compact already discounted

Technically, Sony’s three new flagship Android phones, including the Xperia Z5 Premium, have been up for grabs stateside for several months now for people who were in a hurry and didn’t care about warranties.But official sales, through sanctioned retailers, with manufacturer coverage for first-year hardware malfunctions, are only underway ...

QuickCash App Lets You Earn Money By Installing Apps

Mobile app stores grew immensely over the last couple of years, especially Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store.

OnePlus 2 is permanently discounted to $349/£249

If you’ve thought of buying a OnePlus 2, but the $389 price tag was a little too rich for you, today could be the day you have been waiting for.

Why Transhumanists Are Angry About the UK’s New Drug Law

If you are a transhumanist, brain-hacker or college student, you might have heard of nootropics. Nootropics, or “smart drugs,” are compounds thought to have brain-boosting properties, such as memory enhancement, heightened cognition, or increased focus.

WhoSampled taps Spotify to show you who covered, remixed, or sampled your favorite songs

WhoSampled doesn’t always hit the mainstream startup radar, but the London-based company has been building a solid product over the past eight years, one that unearths the veritable spider web of connections between your favorite songs.

Facebook's Free Basics service has been banned in India

Facebook's free-but-restricted internet service, Free Basics, has been banned in India after the country's national telecoms regulator ruled that the program infringes the principles of net neutrality.

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