Myth Buster

Smartphone Myths

24 Smartphone Myths Debunked That Are Not True

There are more than 5.11 Billion smartphone users globally. This counts to be around 45.04% of the world population. More new smartphone users lead to more myths.
Not only the new users but I have seen regular users having some myths. So here is a complete collection of smartphone myths. Let’s debunk them one by one.

TOR Dark Web

Deep Web, Dark Web, TOR & Myths Around Them

In the last article, we came to know how the authorities, Police, and Government exactly track us on the Internet.
However, not everyone is comfortable if someone is tracking them for no reason. So we came up with a solution of VPN.
Now, the problem with VPN was that police can still track if they ask your details to the VPN company.
So, the TOR community took birth for ultimate anonymity

Free Cadbury

Free Basket of Cadbury Chocolates – What is the Truth?

Cadbury is giving away 1500 Free basket of Cadbury Chocolates to celebrate its Anniversary. Get your free basket at <>

Many of you might have already received this message on Whatsapp.

However, how will you exactly get these baskets of Cadbury chocolate? Will you even get one or not?
Find out now!

Oximeter in Smartphones

Mobile Apps To Measure Oxygen Levels | Are They Real?

“Those who haven’t yet got a pulse Oximeter, and even others please install this app and measure oxygen level daily in this COVID time and if oxygen level falls below 90 please consult a doctor immediately”

Got this Whatsapp Forward? Check out if it really works

Fuel Station

Can Mobile Phones cause Fire at Fuel Stations?

We have been receiving hundreds of videos where a petrol pump catches fire because someone was using a mobile phone. There are some boards on such fuel stations saying, “Please switch off your phone”
However, most of us ignore that board and probably not even switch off the phone.
Contrarily, we use PayTM to make payments for our fuel.
So what is the reality?

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