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OnePlus 3T gets OxygenOS 3.5.4 update based on Android Marshmallow

OnePlus 3T gets OxygenOS 3.5.4 update based on Android Marshmallow

Its flagship status has been recently usurped by the OnePlus 3T, released this past November. The new update, named OxygenOS 3.5.4 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, include an optimisation to reduce lag in the phone's performance when battery is below 5%.


PayPal Accuses Paytm Of Ripping Off It's Logo

PayPal Accuses Paytm Of Ripping Off It's Logo

Paytm , an Indian e-commerce platform that was established in 2010, has taken the same approach to the redesign of its logo and worse, actually applied for a trademark for that logo. But now, the global payments major PayPal has filed a complaint against the registration of Paytm's trademark. Since the announcement of demonetisation, Paytm has registered more than five million new users and has claimed that it is clocking more than seven million transactions per day.


Tesla unveils its 2017 Supercharger network expansion plans

Tesla unveils its 2017 Supercharger network expansion plans

Since many Superchargers are located at what are essentially parking spaces, it's not too surprising some users treat them as such. In North America, Tesla announced new Superchargers in Hawaii and Mexico, and it pushed to next year expansions to extend the coverage in the USA and Canada that were originally planned for 2016.


California, Uber still negotiating self-driving auto legality

California, Uber still negotiating self-driving auto legality

And he stuck to his argument that Uber's self-driving Volvos don't fit the California DMV's definition of autonomous vehicles . The "self-driving" reference is in quotations because the cars aren't fully self driving, though that's how Uber describes them .


GM to begin testing autonomous cars on Michigan public roads

GM to begin testing autonomous cars on Michigan public roads

GM scored a victory by successfully bringing the Chevrolet Bolt to market ahead of Tesla's Model 3, thus becoming the first company to offer a reasonably priced EV ($37,499 before incentives) capable of traveling more than 200 miles on a single charge (238 miles official EPA rating).