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Xiaomi Mi A2 Launch Expected at Global Launch Event in Spain on July 24

HIGHLIGHTS Xiaomi schedules global launch event on July 24 Mi A2 expected to be launched The company has invited Mi fans to attend the event Mi A2, expected…

Apple May Have Breached Antitrust Rules With iPhone Carrier Subsidies, Says Japanese Watchdog

Japanese regulators said on Wednesday Apple may have breached antitrust rules by forcing mobile service providers to sell its iPhones cheaply and charge higher monthly fees, denying consumers a fair…

Sirin Finney Blockchain Smartphone to Be Available in November

HIGHLIGHTS Finney comes with a second screen for all blockchain transactions The smartphone is up for pre-order and will be shipped in Novemeber The device will be available…

Google assigns random colours to Assistant voices

Google has started assigning randomly selected colours to Assistant’s voices. This new update will be available to all users in the US starting this week. Each voice on…

Nikon Coolpix P1000 camera with 125x optical zoom lens unveiled in India

Taking super-telephoto shooting for wildlife photography to a new level, Nikon India on Tuesday announced a new “COOLPIX P1000” camera equipped with a massive 125x optical zoom lens…

Donald Trump is now the most followed world leader on Twitter: Study

US President Donald Trump is by far the most followed world leader on Twitter, with the Pope trailing him by some 4.5 million followers, a study showed Tuesday….

WhatsApp Starts Testing ‘Suspicious Link Detection’ Feature to Limit Spam Circulation: Report

In another move to put a stop to the circulation of spam on its platform, WhatsApp is working on a Suspicious Link Detection feature. The new feature, which is presently…

Facebook Must Protect Children From Addictive Habits, Says UK NHS Chief

Speaking of an “insidious grip” that social media activities may have on young people, a top health official in England has asked social media companies like Facebook to do more…

Facebook Shuts Down Solar-Powered Internet Drone Project: So What Happens Now?

Facebook officially ditches its efforts to deliver high-speed internet via solar-powered drones. The decision reportedly caused 16 employees from the project to lose their jobs. Taking Another Approach…

Most Indian Startups Create Jobs, Clone Western Ideas and Close Down Due to Lack of Funds

New Delhi: The Indian startup space is a throbbing job-generator, however, mere replication of Western ideas and lack of technical innovation is forcing venture capitalists to restrict funding ,…