OnePlus is investigating reports of customers’ payment information being stolen

OnePlus is investigating reports of customers’ credit card details being stolen after they bought goods from the smartphone maker online. The investigation began after a poll posted by users on OnePlus’ forums found that many customers had experienced the same problem. In the poll, 174 respondents said they had discovered fraudulent transactions on their cards after making a purchase from OnePlus. One customer who bought a OnePlus 5T wrote that he was alerted by the bank as someone tried to make an unauthorized purchase at Walmart worth $ 790.

In its response, OnePlus outlines various protocols the company uses to safeguard users’ payment information, including sharing data over encrypted connections. However, an analysis of the site’s…

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OnePlus is investigating customer reports of credit card fraud after buying from the company’s website

Checking your credit card statement after wondering why your balance is so high and finding transactions that you don’t recognize is among life’s most uncomfortable moments. Many of us have been there, and even though you know there’s a good chance you’ll get the money back, that feeling of violation is hard to shake. Unfortunately, some recent OnePlus customers are going through exactly that at this moment in time.

A poll was posted on the OnePlus forum on Thursday asking users if they had noticed fraudulent charges on the credit cards since purchasing items on the OnePlus site.

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OnePlus investigating US carrier deals, will launch next flagship in late Q2

OnePlus has gotten where it is by selling unlocked phones directly to consumers at a rapid pace. The sub-$ 500 OnePlus 5 was only out for around five months before the 5T usurped it. Now, OnePlus is looking into potential carrier deals in the US to move future phones in larger numbers. Speaking of future phones, OnePlus confirms a new phone is coming in a few months.

Selling phones through carriers is still the best way to gain traction in the US.

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Google is investigating Pixel 2 XL voice messaging bug affecting WhatsApp, Allo, and Telegram

The Pixel 2 XL has suffered from several since its launch, both hardware and software-related, just like pretty much any other consumer product of its kind. The latest bug to come to light is a curious one that affects the sound output level of a voice clip sent via a messaging app. According to a number of users on this Pixel User Community thread, this issue is limiting the volume level when recording voice messages on the Pixel 2 XL.

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Google investigating Home Mini crash/reboot issue with songs at high volume

Google has started investigating an issue with its Home Mini smart speaker that users say causes the device to crash or reboot. Specifically, the behavior is observed when certain songs are played at high volume. There’s a dedicated Reddit thread discussing this issue, where-in the original poster says they get the crash/reboot when music is played on max volume. Another user chimes in, saying they can observe the behavior with songs including Royals by lorde and icon by jayden smith. Over at Google’s official forums, another affected user says they’ve even got their Home Mini unit…

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