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Amazon India to launch 10.or D smartphone today
Amazon India to launch 10.or D smartphone today
The major e-commerce giant Amazon is all set to launch its latest smartphone under the 10.or brand in India. The company has revealed that it will launch the 10.0r D smartphone and it will go on sale in India on January 5.
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Facebook Inc and Microsoft Corp disabled a number of North Korean cyber threats last week, a White House official said on Tuesday, as the United States publicly blamed Pyongyang for a May cyber attack that crippled hospitals, banks and other companie…
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Alibaba arm offers cloud services to Indian enterprises
Chinese e-tailer Alibaba’s cloud computing arm on Wednesday said its new data centre in Mumbai would offer services to Indian enterprises from January.
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Bengal mulling ‘blockchain’ to protect records stored online
Mamata government’s proposed Cyber Security Centre of Excellence would be entrusted to execute the new ‘blockchain’ mechanism, officials revealed.
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Asus ZenFone Max Plus (M1) with bezel-less display launched
Taiwanese smartphone maker Asus has launched another bezel-less smartphone ZenFone Max Plus (M1) in Europe.
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Italian budget commission approves web tax on digital services
The budget commission of Italy’s lower house approved on Tuesday a measure obliging companies to pay a 3 percent levy on some internet transactions in a move aimed at bypassing EU tax rules that benefit large tech firms.
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Huawei, OPPO, Vivo to slash smartphone orders by 10%: Report
Concerned over sluggish worldwide smartphone demand, Chinese handset makers Huawei, Vivo and OPPO will reportedly begin 2018 on a slower note as they may cut smartphone orders by over 10 per cent, media reported.
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Bitcoin on a high? South Korean cryptocurrency exchange files for bankruptcy
A South Korean cryptocurrency exchange said on Tuesday it is shutting down and is filing for bankruptcy after it was hacked for the second time this year, highlighting concerns about security as trade in bitcoin and other virtual currencies boom.
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Samsung’s most expensive smartphone gets a price cut in India
Samsung launched Galaxy Note 8 smartphone in India in September this year. At a launch price of Rs 67,900, the smartphone was termed as the company’s most-expensive smartphone launch in India so far.
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