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CISF launches app for lost items at airports, tap to know the details
CISF launches app for lost items at airports, tap to know the details
NEW DELHI: The CISF has launched a mobile application through which travellers can register complaints to recover items they lost or forgot at various airports.
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Learn how India is multiplying electricity networks
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IT major Infosys has announced that it will establish a USD 20.6 million-technology and innovation hub in the US state of Connecticut which is expected to create some 1,000 good paying, high tech jobs.
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British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta to beat Tesla, plans to build world’s biggest lithium ion battery
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Apple goes all out to curb screen addiction amongst children, launches new page called ‘Families’
The page lets parents approve or decline app purchases from their children’s device.
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Google Maps introduces ‘wheelchair accessible’ routes
To make public transit work for the differently abled, Google on Friday introduced “wheelchair accessible” routes in Maps at major metropolitan transit centres around the world.
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Apple cuts off Iran from App Store
In what appears to be a total cut off for the country, Apple has blocked access to its App Store for users in Iran, the media reported.
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Samsung Galaxy A8+ gets a price cut in India
Samsung launched its Galaxy A8+ smartphone in India in January this year. The company launched the handset at Rs 32,990 and the smartphone has now got a price cut.
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Android security chief may have just accepted that iPhones have been ‘safer’ than Android smartphones
Google’s annual report on Android security is out. And David Kleidermacher, Google’s head of security for Android, without naming the competition said that Android is “now as safe as the competition.”
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This OS has dropped Android from its name
Google launched the Android Wear platform to power wearable devices. Since its launch, the company partnered with top watch and electronics brands to create more than 50 watches to help manage your fitness, connect with people and show important info…
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