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​Black Friday sale: Smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Realme and Xiaomi available at up to Rs 42,000 discount
​Black Friday sale: Smartphones from Apple, Samsung, Realme and Xiaomi available at up to Rs 42,000 discount
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PUBG Mobile comeback in India: What may be new, expected launch date and more
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This is when you can play PUBG Mobile again in India
Media reports claim that by the first week of December you may be able to play the game. It will be a new game entirely and will be called PUBG Mobile India. Even, if you have the old PUBG Mobile app installed on your mobile, you will have to re-inst...
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Pro Bono legal service Nyaya Bandhu now available on Umang app
Adding to the list of services available on Umang app is the Nyaya Bandhu, a pro bono legal service. Using this service, one can connect with advocates, get legal advice, check status of their court cases, view FAQs and more. It will also offer free ...
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Why you may want to wait before buying new MacBooks with M1 chip
MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac Mini with M1 chip are facing Bluetooth connectivity issues. Users are reportedly having troubles connecting their Bluetooth devices to the new Mac.
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Vivo Y1s with MediaTek Helio P35 and 4030mAh battery launched
Vivo Y1s comes equipped with a 6.22-inch Halo FullView HD+ display with 88.6% screen-to-body ratio. The smartphone is powered by MediaTek Helio P35 octa-core processor and runs on the company’s own FunTouch OS 10.5 based on Android 10 operating syste...
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5 top selling true wireless headphones in India: What to know before buying
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Samsung may let you unlock phones with your voice
Samsung may include Bixby voice unlock in its upcoming Galaxy S21 flagship smartphone along with fingerprint scanner and iris scanner.
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How to play Flash games after it disappears forever in 2020
Adobe is officially killing Flash player on December 31, 2020. All major browsers will remove Flash by the end of 2020 or early 2021. With Flash support ending, websites that offer Flash-based content like games and animations will have no choice but...
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Tech startups have 'good news' for the industry: Fastest-growing, what's changed & more
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