Don't you worry, Huawei Mate 10 will come with Android 8.0 Oreo

Huawei continues to tease information about its flagship and the next thing the Chinese company has decided to talk about is the OS that comes pre-installed on the Mate 10. Just like its predecessor, the Mate 10 will be Huawei’s first smartphone to ship with Android 8.0 Oreo on board.

Its bigger brother, the Mate 10 Pro is likely to run the same version of Android, but we’re not so sure about the Mate 10 Lite. The smartphone was already introduced in Asia under different names, but Oreo is not something that’s listed among the technical specifications.

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Don't worry, Android Wear is alive – here's why Google dropped it from its store

Yesterday, we reported that Google has dropped all Android Wear devices altogether closed the Android Wear section from its online store, which was quickly deemed this as the illogical and rather untimely death of El Goog’s smartwatch platform. 
Thankfully, its seems that this is not the case. Hoi Lam, a Google expert for all things Android Wear-related, stated on Twitter that the wearable platform isn’t going the way of the dinosaurs – it’s just getting moved elsewhere. It seems that a recent change in the Google Store policy has the latter only stocking …

Stop telling people not to worry about mosquito bites if you don't get mosquito bites

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If you’ve ever been a victim of mosquitoes — and I don’t mean one or two bites, I mean chronic, consistent biting and suffering — one of the hardest parts of the experience is simply getting someone to believe your story.

They look at you like you’re a bratty kid when you ask to eat dinner inside, rather than on their mosquito-infested shitty urban “terrace.” They DEET-shame you every time bust out the Deep Woods bug spray and then force their homemade Eucalyptus essential oil on you. 

They don’t get why you’re afraid of lakes at dusk or beaches near the equator or the entire state of Maine.  Read more…

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