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Only these 43 smartphones run on Android’s biggest update
Only these 43 smartphones run on Android's biggest update
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Airtel’s Rs 558 prepaid recharge offers 82 day validity, 246GB data
Telecom operator Bharti Airtel has announced a new plan for its prepaid users. Under this prepaid plan, users get both calling and data benefits, valid for a period 82 days.
10 ‘cool’ gadgets, apps that didn’t exist during the last Royal Wedding in 2011
Before this wedding of Prince Harry of England on May 19, the last royal wedding took place on April 29, 2011 when Prince William was married to Catherine Elizabeth Middleton at Westminster Abbey.
OnePlus 6 launch: Samsung announces discounts on these phones
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus recently launched its flagship smartphone OnePlus 6 in India. The company is promoting the device with the tagline ‘The Speed You Need’.
Revamped YouTube Music aims to better appeal to local audio tastes
YouTube is hiring music experts across the world to make its revamped music streaming subscription more locally “authentic,” officials at YouTube, a unit of Alphabet Inc’s Google, told Reuters on Friday.
Here’s why Apple iOS app developers are protesting
This is because there are no free trials for users who are purchasing expensive iOS apps. Also,the union expects a “more reasonable revenue cut” from Apple to survive.
BSNL to launch 4G across India soon, 4G SIM cards to cost Rs 20: Report
BSNL will sell 4G SIM cards for as low as Rs 20 to gain subscribers.
Rivals gain on Amazon in hot market for digital assistants: Survey
Amazon has kept its lead in the fast-growing global market for smart speakers powered by artificial intelligence, but Google and others are gaining, a market tracker said.
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