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  • Amazon launches ixigo skill for Amazon Alexa in India

    New Delhi: Online travel marketplace ixigo launched the ixigo skill for Amazon Alexa in India, through which travellers will be able to take advantage of voice-assisted travel planning. With the new feature in place, users can now ask Alexa to track the status for a particular flight, search for flights within a specific budget and even search flights for the date of their choice, among much more.

  • OnePlus 6 to be launched in India on May 17

    New Delhi: After the success of OnePlus 5T, the Chinese smartphone player on Wednesday announced that its next flagship OnePlus 6 will be launched in India on May 17. The new smartphone will be launched in Mumbai and the “OnePlus Community” will be the first to try out the device at the experience zone at the launch venue, the company said in a statement.

  • Facebook stops third-party apps from stealing users’ data

    San Francisco: Facebook has finally begun its crackdown on third-party apps from stealing, sharing or spamming your data without permission from its platform as well as from Instagram. In a post on its developers’ page late on Tuesday, Facebook said the new apps “created from today onwards will not have access to publish posts to Facebook as the logged in user”.

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    ‘Apple Watch Series 3’ coming to Airtel, Jio stores

    New Delhi: Bharti Airtel on Tuesday announced the sale of “Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS + Cellular)”, starting May 11, a company statement said. According to industry sources, Reliance Jio is also planning to bring Apple watch Series 3 at its stores with pre-orders starting May 4.

  • New ASUS smartphone with massive battery, pure Android in India

    New Delhi: Taiwanese smartphone maker ASUS on Monday announced the global debut of ZenFone Max Pro (M1) from India, which is the first device from the company to be co-marketed and distributed online on Flipkart. The device comes with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Processor and a massive 5,000mAh battery that claims to give up to 42 hours of talk time, 28 hours of browsing, 199 hours of music playback and 20

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    Wikipedia introduces ‘page preview’ feature that will make browsing easy

    San Francisco: Wikipedia has deployed a new “page previews” feature for its English webpages to help users get a peek of the information behind a link without clicking on it. The goal of “page previews” was to decrease the cost of exploration for each blue link users come across, “allowing readers to satisfy their curiosity or clarify a confusing or unknown topic without the burden of opening a new page and navigating

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    World Earth Day 2018: Tech care of nature

    Let us look at the ways in which technology is trying to do wonders just by making the most of nature to create a better place for the coming years

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    Safety measures for the digital age

    Laptops and PCs, everybody’s work essentials are vulnerable to hackers and viruses. In order to take care of our home planet, we need to look after our safety as well, writes Minal Sancheti  

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    Apple offers battery replacement for some 13-inch MacBook Pros

    San Francisco: In a bid to compensate for some manufacturing defects, Apple has rolled out a battery replacement programme for its “non-Touch Bar 13-inch MacBook Pro” devices. The Cupertino-headquartered tech giant claimed that there have been issues with a “small” number of MacBook Pros, assembled between October 2016 and October 2017, 9to5Mac reported on Friday.

  • Twitter users around world face another worldwide outage

    San Francisco: For the second time this week, Twitter users around world faced difficulties in sharing their thoughts on the microblogging platform, the media reported. Twitter confirmed the problem on Friday and said it had resolved the issue.