Confirm List: Which Motorola Phones Will Get Google Android 8.0 Oreo Update?

Yes, Its Confirmed from Motorola company that Motorola Phones Get Google Android Oreo update.

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Confirm List: Motorola Phones Get Google Android Oreo update

Here is Confirm List of Motorola Phones that will Get Google Android 8.0 Oreo update:

  • Moto G4 Plus
  • Moto G5
  • Moto G5 Plus
  • Moto G5S
  • Moto G5S Plus
  • Moto X4
  • Moto Z
  • Moto Z Play
  • Moto Z Play Droid
  • Moto Z Droid
  • Moto Z Force Droid
  • Moto Z2 Play
  • Moto Z2 Force Edition 

  • Here is the List of Motorola Phones that May or may not receive Google Android Oreo update
    • Moto X2
    • Moto G2 (2nd Gen)
    • Moto G3
    • Moto G3 Turbo Edition
    • Moto E3 Power
    • Moto G4 Play
    • Moto M
    • Moto C Plus
    • Moto X
    • Moto X Force
    • Moto X Style
    • Moto X Play
    • Moto Droid Turbo
    • Moto Droid Turbo 2

     

    It is not confirmed when they will roll out Motorola Oreo update but we are sure and confirmed Android 8.0 Oreo Update will be soon available on our Motorola smartphones.

 

 

 

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In biggest tech acquisition ever, Broadcom offers to buy Qualcomm for $103 billion

Communications chipmaker Broadcom Ltd on Monday said it offered to buy smartphone chip supplier Qualcomm Inc for $70 per share or $103 billion in cash and stock, in what would be the biggest technology acquisition ever.

A tie-up would combine two of the largest makers of wireless communications chips for mobile phones and raise the stakes for IntelCorp, which has been diversifying into smartphone technology from its stronghold in computers.Communications chipmaker Broadcom Ltd on Monday said it offered to buy smartphone chip supplier Qualcomm Inc for $70 per share or $103 billion in cash and stock, in what would be the biggest technology acquisition ever.

A tie-up would combine two of the largest makers of wireless communications chips for mobile phones and raise the stakes for IntelCorp, which has been diversifying into smartphone technology from its stronghold in computers.

Broadcom’s offer is at a premium of 27.6 percent to Qualcomm’s closing price of $54.84 on Thursday, a day before media reports of a potential deal pushed up the company’s shares.

Qualcomm shareholders would get $60 in cash and $10 per share in Broadcom shares. Including debt, Broadcom’s bid values the transaction at $130 billion.

“In our view, $70 per share wouldn’t be sufficient,” Nomura Instinet analyst Romit Shah wrote in a client note.

Qualcomm is trying to close its $38-billion acquisition of NXP Semiconductors NV, one of the largest makers of chips for vehicles and expanding into self-driving technology.

Broadcom said its proposal stands irrespective of Qualcomm’s acquisition of NXP goes through or not.

Shah believes Broadcom would encourage Qualcomm to complete its NXP acquisition as it has extensive distribution channels, scale and exposure to the fastest growing segments in automotive, where Broadcom is underpenetrated.

Broadcom said BofA Merrill Lynch, Citi, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley have advised that they are highly confident that they will be able to arrange the necessary debt financing for the proposed transaction.

Qualcomm is trying to close its $38-billion acquisition of NXP Semiconductors NV, one of the largest makers of chips for vehicles and expanding into self-driving technology.

Broadcom said its proposal stands irrespective of Qualcomm’s acquisition of NXP goes through or not.

Shah believes Broadcom would encourage Qualcomm to complete its NXP acquisition as it has extensive distribution channels, scale and exposure to the fastest growing segments in automotive, where Broadcom is underpenetrated.

Broadcom said BofA Merrill Lynch, Citi, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley have advised that they are highly confident that they will be able to arrange the necessary debt financing for the proposed transaction.

Google is the ‘most authentic brand’ in the country, followed by Microsoft, Amazon and Maruti Suzuki: Survey

Search engine giant Google has emerged as the most authentic brand in the country, followed by Microsoft, Amazon, Maruti Suzuki and Apple, according to New York-based global communications firm Cohn & Wolfe.

Sony, YouTube, BMW, Mercedes Benz and British Airways are the other brands to feature in the top 10.

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Facebook brings data plan-saving in Messenger Lite.

Facebook’s data-conserving version of Messenger is no longer just for developing nations with slow networks. Now the Messenger Lite Android app is expanding to the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Ireland after previously being available in more than 100 mostly developing countries. Messenger Lite packs most of the critical features of the app, but skips things like Messenger Day and selfie lenses that can drain data. There’s still no plan for an iOS version, though.

Previously, Messenger Lite was primarily for users in areas with weak bandwidth so the app would run faster. But now its expansion into Facebook’s top developed world markets makes it a tool for penny-pinching users like teenagers who want to avoid burning away their pricey megabytes but still stay in touch.

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Google to stop Google drive by the end of the year.

The new Backup and Sync app expands Google’s approach to file storage spanning your PC and phone. Your choices: update now or update later.

If you’re among the hundreds of millions of people using Google Driveto synchronize files across your PCs and phones, be warned: you’ve now got three months to install its replacement.

Google announced in July that it’s replacing Google Drive with Backup and Sync, which does the same thing as Google Drive but slurps in more files. On Thursday, Google detailed its transition plan, saying it’ll stop supporting Drive on Dec. 11 and shut it down completely on March 12, 2018.

The new approach lets Google’s software synchronize files you’ve stored on your desktop or your documents folders and make all your photos part of Google Photos, too.

And it reflects the growing importance of cloud-based services. In bygone days your files were anchored to a single computing device, but with services like Google Backup and Sync, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive and Apple iCloud, your PC or phone is becoming just the tool you happen to be using to edit a photo or write a letter or share a tweet. That’s handy — especially if you lose your laptop or break your phone.

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4 of the Most Anticipated Games Right Now.

2017 is a great year for game releases. We’ve seen many great titles until now, and at the E3 we got to know many more games that are yet to be released.

Destiny 2

Gamers played Destiny for a real long time actively. After being introduced to what Destiny 2 was going to be, there were mixed feelings. Would they get what they love with new content or will there be an entirely different game? The trailers and marketing material promise great features and better graphics, but if you want to get a first hand feeling for how it’s going to be, you can still join the open beta test phase until the end of August. The release date will be the 6th of September, 2017.

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Alphabet Finishes Reorganization With New XXVI Company

  • Google business to be legally separated from car, health units
  • Holding company name plays on Page’s dream of Other Bets

Alphabet Inc. is forming a new holding company designed to finalize its evolution from Google, the web search giant, into a corporate parent with distinct arms that protects individual businesses in far-flung fields like health care and self-driving cars.

The new entity, called XXVI Holdings Inc., will own the equity of each Alphabet company, including Google. The new structure legally separates Google from other units such as Waymo, its self-driving car business, and Verily, a medical device and health data firm.

Google co-founder Larry Page announced Alphabet two years ago to foster new businesses that operate independently from Google. Technically, however, those units, called the “Other Bets,” were still subsidiaries of Google. The new structure, unveiled Friday, lets the Other Bets become subsidiaries of Alphabet on the same legal footing as Google.

Google is also changing from a corporation to a limited liability company, or LLC. This won’t alter the way the business pays taxes, said Gina Weakley Johnson, an Alphabet spokeswoman. The switch is partly related to Google’s transformation from a listed public company into a business owned by a holding company. The change helps keep potential challenges in one business from spreading to another, according to Dana Hobart, a litigator with the Buchalter law firm in Los Angeles.

“By separating them, it allows the parent company to limit the exposure of the various obligations of the LLCs,” Hobart said. “For example, if one of the LLCs has its own debt, only that LLC will end up being responsible for payment of that debt.”

Corporations are often formed to raise money from public investors who expect disclosures on financial performance, and Google did that in a 2004 initial public offering. Now, it’s owned by Alphabet, so it effectively has only one investor and no public disclosure obligations. An LLC structure is better suited to this situation. Waymo is also an LLC.

“We’re updating our corporate structure to implement the changes we announced with the creation of Alphabet in 2015,” Johnson said. She called the process a legal formality that won’t affect ultimate shareholder control, operations, management or personnel at the 75,606-person company.

XXVI, the name of the new holding entity, is the number of letters in the alphabet expressed in Roman numerals. The sums of the company’s two most recent share buybacks were both derived from math equations involving the number 26.

“I still see amazing opportunities that just aren’t quite fully developed yet — and helping making them real is what I get excited about,” Page wrote in a letter last year about Alphabet. Google accounted for 99 percent of Alphabet revenue last quarter.

The new structures were disclosed in a filing on Friday with the Federal Communications Commission. Businesses that hold FCC licenses, like Waymo and the Fiber internet service, are required to make such filings.

“As a result of the corporate reorganization, Alphabet and Google will be able to operate in a more efficient, economical, and transparent manner, allowing the companies to concentrate on their revenue generating activities,” the company said in the filing.

Source: Bloomberg Technology