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    Smartwatch under 10k? Huami AmazFit GTR to launch on Flipkart's Big Billion Day

    Huami Corporation is soon going to launch the Amazfit GTR 42.6mm smartwatch in India on Flipkart's Big Billion Day, starting 29th September onwards. Equipped with 12 days* battery life, 1.2-inch AMOLED display, Corning Gorilla 3 tempered glass with anti-fingerprint coating, the GTR 42.6 mm standard edition will be available in four exciting colours with silicone...

    • 49 min ago
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    iOS 13 top 5 security features

    Apple has over the years built a reputation for being the brand that keep's users' privacy as the key element in their technology. The brand even has a section on their website that lists out its privacy measures. All these practices aside, Apple faced some bumps on the privacy road when reports of the company's employees anonymously listening in on Siri recordings without the users knowing came to light. Now Apple...

    • 58 min ago
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    I quad do with a 64 MP camera!

    Just when we thought 48 MP cameras were becoming the gold standard in smart phone cameras, Realme decided to up the game and launched the country's first 64 MP phone -- the Realme XT. At the back, the device has a quad camera setup that can churn out a combined resolution of 9216 × 6912, with its ultra-wide-angle, macro and a portrait lens. Along with its 16 MP front camera, the XT is every mobile...

    • 2 hrs ago
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    Audio bud-dy

    When it comes to the gamut of audio listening devices from over the ears headphones to sleeker earphones, earbuds are emerging as the flavour of 2019. Not just marvels of miniaturization, they overcome the main hassle of in-ear pieces: their tendency to slip off. I have been trying out my second pair of earbuds this year -- ZeroG from Tagg -- and the category seems to be evolving with almost Darwinian precision. Like all buds, the...

    • 2 hrs ago
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    Voice Versa!

    Even ten years ago, if someone ever saw you talking to a machine, they had one word for you -- lunatic, or other variants of this word, depending on your choice of regional dialect. Today, things have changed. Millennials are uber comfortable talking into and hearing back from a machine, and if the non-millennials do not catch up, they are going to be called lunatics the next time they ask directions from a human being! Voice...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    Get iPhone 11 at Rs 39,000 with insane offer; Here's how

    The iPhone 11's cheapest variant starts at Rs 64,900, but there is a way HDFC bank customers can get the new Apple device effectively for Rs 39,000. The iPhone 11 comes with a cashback of Rs 6,000 for HDFC customers. Those who have the HDFC Bank Infinia Credit Card can also get an additional 10X worth of reward points on their purchase. If you use this particular credit card to buy the...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    Ambrane launch WH-83 wireless headphones with built-in FM radio and more

    Ambrane introduces its WH83 Over-the-Ear wireless headphones. The WH-83 headphones feature a foldable design with a premium matte finish and lightweight build. The matte finished exterior assures a scratch-resistant profile. Its 40 mm drivers produce high fidelity sound and the noise isolation technology, ensures no external disturbance. When listening to music for long...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Samsung roasts Huawei's Mate 30 at it's own launch

    Samsung and Huawei are big rivals when it comes to the global smartphone market, with China-based Huawei being just behind South Korea-based Samsung when it comes to numbers. At a level like this, when one side has an opportunity to pull the other's leg, the chance does not pass. Users of Samsung phones who were attending the Mate 30 launch got an Email from the Korean giants with the subject...

    • 21 hrs ago
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    Bengaluru: 40% Uber requests unfulfilled during peak traffic, blames K'taka govt.

    Over 40 per cent rides requested by commuters during rush hours in Bengaluru, go unfulfilled according to calculations by Uber's data science team. This was higher than any other city in India. A distant second Hyderabad had an 80 per cent rate of fulfilling ride requests. While Bangalore is famed for poor traffic management, Uber blamed the Karnataka government...

    • 22 hrs ago
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    Google Maps to get Incognito Mode

    Privacy is starting to become more and more of a bigger issue with the evolution of technology and along with consumers, brands too are beginning to get the hint. Google made privacy perhaps the biggest element in the new Android 10 update and now more of the company's apps are starting to offer minute privacy controls, including Google Maps. Google Maps was often concerning for users since the app, once linked...

    • 23 hrs ago

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