Sad news for Opera fans, as the Norwegian developer announced one of its popular Android applications will be discontinued, Opera Max. Originally launched back in 2014, the application was meant to allow users to manage and reduce data usage on Android smartphones.
For whatever reasons, Opera has decided to discontinue the Android app and remove from the Google Play effective immediately. Apparently, the developer wants to focus on other services and stop pouring any resources into Opera Max’s development.
Opera has now decided to discontinue Opera Max. The …
OnePlus is readying its new flagships smartphones, the OnePlus 5, but at the same time plans to cut short the support for some of its older handsets. Already the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X aren’t receiving enough attention from the Chinese company, so it’s no surprise that much newer devices will be getting the same treatment.
OnePlus recently published a rather confusing message on its official forum, informing fans that …
Apple is reportedly planning to discontinue the iPad mini, its 7.9-inch tablet that’s been available since 2012. Of course, the tablet is now at its fourth iteration – iPad mini 4 – but this hasn’t been properly updated since its original launch in 2015.
According to BGR, a “source close to Apple” mentioned that the iPad mini is being phased out because there’s “fierce cannibalism” of Apple’s own products, and sales numbers seemingly provide a “very clear” indication of the tablet’s recent lack of popularity.
Size-wise, the iPad mini stands between the …
Google’s Pixel phones are great devices when they’re not affected by hardware or software issues. Unfortunately for some, both of them are rather hard to come by lately, especially if you’re not living in the United States.
Anyway, the next couple of months might be the last for the Pixel and Pixel XL, as both will be replaced by a new generation of Google flagships smartphones by the end of the year. The cycle of life will soon end for the Pixel phones, as carriers are starting to put them on discontinued list.
Canadian carriers Rogers and Fido confirmed …
Microsoft recently confirmed Skype WiFi service would be discontinued on March 31. Starting April, Skype WiFi application for Android and iOS will no longer be available for download.
However, in case you plan to continue to use Skype WiFi app on any of your mobile devices, then you should know Microsoft has thought about that too, and will not allow you to do so.
After March 31, neither mobile application will be able to find and use hotspots. The good news is you will still be able to use your Skype Credit for calls to mobiles and landlines.
According to Microsoft, the discontinuation …
The move will result in nearly 2,900 people losing their jobs.
The firm said a strong Australian currency, high manufacturing costs and a small domestic market were among the reasons behind its decision Wholesale Mobile phone spare parts repairing tools accessories.
Holden, which has made cars in Australia for nearly 65 years, will retain its sales unit and a parts distribution centre in Australia.
“The decision to end manufacturing in Australia reflects the perfect storm of negative influences the automotive industry faces in the country,” GM chief executive Dan Akerson said in a statement.
“This includes the sustained strength of the Australian dollar, high cost of production, small domestic market and arguably the most competitive and fragmented auto market in the world.”
Carmakers in Australia have been struggling for some time, despite the government extending support to the industry via subsidies over the past few years.
However, there has been a debate over whether the government should continue to provide support to the sector.
According to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Prime Minister Tony Abbott declared last week that there would be no more taxpayer assistance Wholesale Charging Port and Headphone Jack Flex Cable For iPhone 5.
The government had also increased pressure on Holden in recent days to clarify its future plans for Australia.
Dave Smith, national secretary of the vehicle division at Australian Manufacturing Workers Union, said the government’s push had influenced Holden’s move.
“I believe the decision’s been prompted by the behaviour of the government yesterday,” he told the ABC.
“Unfortunately, they’ve been let down by a government that wouldn’t back them in.”
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