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Apple HomePod mini review: Small wonder
Apple HomePod mini review: Small wonder
In the smart speaker race, Apple is merely a participant. Worldwide, Amazon with its Echo devices has a sizable lead and even Google with its Nest devices remains ahead of the Cupertino-based tech giant. In China, it faces threats from the likes of B...
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Broadband plans from Reliance Jio, Airtel, Tata Sky and BSNL offering unlimited data
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Apple announces free repair program for its ‘top selling’ iPhone: Eligibility and other details
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WhatsApp users need to accept 'these terms' or ‘delete account’
WABetaInfo has shared screenshots of the 'Terms and Privacy Policy Updates'. These terms reportedly relate to how the world’s most popular messaging app processes user data and will primarily focus on two things. One, how WhatsApp processes your data...
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‘Banks must invest more in IT systems’
A day after the RBI asked HDFC Bank to halt digital initiatives and credit card sales, RBI governor Shaktikanta Das said that banks need to invest more in information technology to ensure that customers are not put to inconvenience.
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US not extending TikTok divestiture deadline, but talks will continue: Report
The Trump administration on Friday opted not to grant ByteDance a new extension of an order requiring the Chinese company to divest TikTok's US assets, but talks will continue over the short video-sharing app's fate, two sources briefed on the matter...
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JD.com becomes first online platform to accept China's digital currency
Chinese e-commerce company JD.com Inc said it has become the country's first virtual platform to accept Beijing's homegrown digital currency.
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Facebook's Oversight Board takes up its first Indian case for review
Facebook stated that it considered this case to be significant because the content could convey a "veiled threat" with a specific reference to an individual, President Macron.
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