Sony promises to fix XPERIA Z5 Compact screen issues with software update

According to previous reports, some units of the Sony XPERIA Z5 Compact were experiencing touchscreen issues. Sony has acknowledged the issue and has promised to roll out a software update to fix the problem soon. Sony XPERIA Z5 Compact screen issue fix coming soon Earlier reports suggested that the touchscreen issues of the XPERIA Z5 […]

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 LG G4 quick tap and touch issues revealed

At the XDA forums, there is a 21-page (at the time of writing) thread about the LG G4, with owners complaining about their new smartphone suffering from lag and not registering quick taps and swipes. This issue prevents the smartphone from properly making use of the Knock On and Knock Code features. To recap, Knock On allows […]

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 Snapchat and Twitter on iOS also affected by Messages app bug

We’ve heard about iPhones crashing whenever an Arabic text message is received in the iOS Messages app. Apparently, the bug affects the Snapchat and Twitter iOS apps as well. The news comes to us courtesy of TheGuardian. Security researcher Mikko Hypponen told the news agency that the “message can be sent over Twitter” via either “direct messages […]

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 Video explains how ‘Effective Power Bug’ crashes your iPhone

Recently, we passed word about a bug in iOS’s Messages app that crashes iPhones whenever an Arabic message is received. Apple has acknowledged the issue, and has offered a workaround to temporarily fix the issue, but has’t really explained how the bug works. Fortunately, a video explains how the “Effective Power Bug” crashes iPhones. Here’s […]

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 Motorola rolls out fix to Moto X and Nexus 6 emergency call bug

A few units of the Moto X, Moto X (2nd Gen), and the Google Nexus 6 are suffering from an emergency call bug. So what’s this glitch? It happens when someone starts to make an emergency call before the PIN is entered. The emergency call is made before the handsets get a chance to completely boot up. […]

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 Some Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge units suffering from auto-rotate bug

Some Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge owners have reported that their brand new smartphones are suffering from an auto-rotate bug, with some users complaining about the screen randomly auto rotating and others complaining that the screen won’t rotate even when the screen rotation is turned on. A Verizon customer in the US writes on the Verizon forums: […]

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 Some Galaxy S6 units’ flash stays on – Samsung promises a fix

XDA Developers has revealed that some units of the Samsung Galaxy S6’s flash stays on. Reaching out to Samsung, reps say that the Korean tech giant is working on a fix. Speaking about the issue, XDA reports, “Many users are reporting that their flash LEDs are remaining on constantly, even when the device is powered off. […]

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 Memory Leak on Android 5.0.1 (Lollipop) discovered – fix coming

Android 5.0 (Lollipop) is the most advanced version of Android we’ve ever seen. The visuals have been overhauled – Material Design; it is more stable; it runs smoother, and performance has been enhanced. Sadly, like all new versions of operating systems, it has had its fair share of bugs, and one of them has been […]

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 Users complain iOS 8.1.1 riddled with bugs

Apple recently rolled out iOS 8.1.1, which speeds up the iPhone 4S and iPad 2. The update also came with bug fixes and enhancements, but it also spawned new issues for iOS users. Additionally, iPhone 4S owners are complaining that the update didn’t fix the bugs it was meant to squash. An example is the […]

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 Apple iPhone 6 Plus ‘camera blur’ issue surfaces

It seems the Apple iPhone 6 Plus is riddled with issues. First, the bendgate fiasco showed that it was fairly easy to bend the device with just a small amount of force. Second, there was the hairgate issue, with gaps in the screen pulling off facial hair. The third was random crashes, with Apple using […]

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