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We knew that something like this was coming but now we have confirmation. The Galaxy S8 has dethroned two flagship devices from their respective number one positions in the AnTuTu Benchmark test rankings. With a score of 205284, the S8 has officially dethroned both the OnePlus 3T (162423) as the number one Android handset on the list and the iPhone 7 Plus (181807) as the number one handset across all platforms. Check out the video here and see it happen live.


If you are wondering which chip the S8 in question is using, we are not entirely sure. It could be the Snapdragon 835 or the Exynos 8895, but whichever one it is, we doubt the results will differ by much on either. What we can tell you is that this is the Galaxy S8 that is being tested in the video, as made evident by the SM-G950 model number and the "Galaxy S8" confirmation given by AnTuTu at the end of the video. Now that we have a new king of benchmarks among us, would you be buying it when it comes out in April?


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

The relationship which Qualcomm had forged with Samsung to develop the latest edition of Snapdragon 835 chips is now reportedly over. Qualcomm has apparently left Samsung for its rival in the semiconductor industry; TSMC or Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company. I am sorry if it sounds like a bad teenage romantic movie, but that's exactly how things stand now, provided that the report by Fudzilla is correct of course.

As it turns out, this had been going on from 2016 because the report states that Qualcomm had been working on developing its next gen 7nm chips with TSMC from the middle of last year! It would be a big blow to Samsung's semiconductor business if this report is authentic. TSMC is actually ahead of Samsung at the moment because of the fact that the Korean giant decided to concentrate on 10nm and 8nm processes, while TSMC skipped them both and went straight to 7nm. We will have to wait and see how this pans out next year when the next gen Exynos 9 series of chips are released alongside the Qualcomm SD 845/855 SoCs.

Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


Welcome to a world where productivity reigns supreme, and you often forget your own well-being. In today's fast-paced society, taking breaks may seem like weakness or laziness. As professionals, you often feel pressured to work long hours, take on more responsibilities, and stay available 24-7 through technology. Yet, did you know that taking breaks is essential for mental and physical wellbeing and increasing productivity? Yes, taking breaks can actually increase productivity. Set aside any guilt or stigma associated with taking a break and embrace its importance in terms of overall success and happiness. Whether you are an overworked employee or a busy entrepreneur, this post will discuss why breaks should be included as part of your daily routine.

The science of breaks

Take time for yourself. Taking breaks is not simply a way to procrastinate or avoid work; it is essential for productivity. Your body needs time to unwind and recharge so you can operate at your best, studies have proven this through taking short breaks during the day can significantly improve focus, motivation, and overall job satisfaction. Studies also indicate productivity declines sharply after working more than 50 minutes without taking breaks. Allowing yourself to take breaks allows you to reduce stress levels and avoid burnout. Remember this next time you feel guilty stepping away. Taking care of yourself makes you more productive long term. So next time, when feeling guilty, taking care of yourself makes you more productive long term.

Breaks can increase productivity

Breaks are integral to maintaining focus and increasing productivity, so instead of mindlessly scrolling social media or watching videos for distraction, consider taking something more rejuvenating like walking outside to take in some fresh air and stretch your legs. Even just a few minutes of stretching exercises can relieve muscle tension while increasing blood flow to your brain. Listening to music may also provide relief and restore the mind. Experiment with various genres to see what works for you. Whenever you feel stuck or overwhelmed, remember that taking breaks can lead to better long-term results.

Build breaks into your busy schedule

Modern life can often leave you feeling overwhelmed. Finding time for relaxation can often prove challenging. Integration of short breaks throughout your day can do wonders for both productivity and overall wellness. Try the Pomodoro technique, in which working for 25 minutes followed by taking five-minute breaks is beneficial in both productivity and wellbeing. Scheduling break times in your calendar is another effective way to ensure you prioritize self-care. Instead of scrolling mindlessly through social media during breaks, try going for a walk or meditating instead. Finding the appropriate balance between work and rest can lead to long-term success.
You can do what you want during this time, as long as you'll enjoy it. You could look up the best online casino Australia has to offer or do some research for your next vacation. What matters is you're taking a break.


Breaks aren't indulgences. They're essential to productivity and wellbeing. By including short, frequent breaks in your daily schedule, taking regular breaks can increase focus, creativity, and job satisfaction. Not by how many hours are spent but by how well they are spent. So, let go of any guilt associated with taking breaks. The path to success doesn't involve constant hard work without enough rest time in between.

Nexus 6 lollipop


The Android 5.0 Lollipop update recently started rolling out to the Google Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 devices all around the globe, but some owners are complaining via the Android Issue Tracker on a pretty unpleasant Bug that preventing them to send text messages.


The issue seems limited to particular carriers, so it might have something to do with the specific equipment or software they are using for relaying text messages back and forth. For now, it affects a pretty diverse group of carriers, spanning from Vodafone Netherlands, through Mobistar Belgium, to India, and virtual operators connected to those networks as well.


The affected owners usually receive an error code 38, and yet there is no issue with actually receiving text messages. A Dutch tech blog has sent an inquiry to Google about the bug, and has received an answer that they are aware, and the text message sending cut is also present on Nexus 6.





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