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Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus rumor roundup: Leaked photos yet again confirm Force Touch home button

Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus rumor roundup: Leaked photos yet again confirm Force Touch home button

By about 6 hours ago.
If the recent reports are to be believed, Apple will be unveiling its new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus during the week of September 12. With less than two months to go, the leaks and rumors around the upcoming iPhones are showing no signs slowing down. With iPhone sales dipping globally, Apple will have a lot riding on the iPhone 7 to bring about a change in fortunes. The latest leaks give us a closer look at the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and we should say they look sexy. Another leak also reiterates that the home button on the upcoming iPhones won't be clickable. Hit the break for a closer look at the new leaks, and a roundup of everything that we know about the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus so far. More →
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Government drops three proposed funds worth Rs 17,500 crore for telecom R&D, manufacturing

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Government drops three proposed funds worth Rs 17,500 crore for telecom R&D, manufacturing

The government has shelved the proposal to create three funds worth Rs 17,500 crore for promoting production of telecom equipment in the country as it can be covered under the Electronic Development Fund, Parliament. "Since the EDF (Electronic Development Fund) would also take care of R&D and manufacturing of telecom products, the proposal to set up three separate funds was dropped," Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha. More →
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Bharti Infratel shares jump 5 percent as its Q1 net profit rise

By about 7 hours ago.

Bharti Infratel shares jump 5 percent as its Q1 net profit rise

After Bharti Infratel reported a 71 percent jump in consolidated net profit for the quarter ended June 2016, the shares of the mobile tower company rose by over 5 percent. The scrip, opened on a positive note, and further jumped 5.21 percent to Rs 381.30 on Bombay Stock Exchange. The National Stock Exchange also saw the company shares going up by 5 percent to Rs 381.75. More →
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Apple retail stores to open in India soon: Tim Cook

By about 7 hours ago.

Apple retail stores to open in India soon: Tim Cook

As the sales of Apple iPhones went through a global slowdown except in India, the Cupertino-based tech giant's CEO Tim Cook has announced that the company plans to soon open retail stores in the country. Cook’s comments come weeks after the Indian government changed its FDI policy, which paved way for Apple and other companies to open single brand retail stores in the country. Apple's third-quarter net income plunged 27 percent to $7.8 billion on a decline of iPhone sales. It sold 40.4 million iPhones in the quarter, compared with 47.5 million in the same period of 2015.

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Truecaller app for iOS updated with features like smart call history, availability, built-in dial pad and more

By about 8 hours ago.

Truecaller app for iOS updated with features like smart call history, availability, built-in dial pad and more

In a recent update for iOS users, Truecaller has introduced some interesting new features in its app. The update integrates a smart call history, built-in dial pad and a live feature to know in advance if the person you are contacting is available or not. Truecaller, which is popular for its ability to retrieve caller ID information of incoming calls from unknown contact numbers, seems to be attempting to turn the app into a an independent phone app too. More →
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LeEco acquires US TV company VIZIO for $2 billion

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LeEco acquires US TV company VIZIO for $2 billion

LeEco has announced the acquisition of the hardware and software businesses of the US TV company, VIZIO Inc, for $2 billion to strengthen its presence in North America as part of its globalization strategy. According to the deal, the VIZIO hardware and software businesses will be owned and operated as a wholly-owned subsidiary of LeEco, while the VIZIO data business Inscape will operate as a separate, privately owned company, LeEco said.

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WhatsApp has a hidden Olympics emoji, here’s how to use it

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WhatsApp has a hidden Olympics emoji, here’s how to use it

The Rio Olympics are just around the corner. As the world gears up for the biggest sporting event, WhatsApp is showing some love for Olympics with a hidden emoji. The emoji is the official Olympics symbol, which are the five rings joined together. This emoji is available on Android and iOS versions of WhatsApp, and on WhatsApp web as well. Read on to know how this emoji works. More →
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Facebook’s Surround 360 camera’s blueprints now available for everyone

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Facebook’s Surround 360 camera’s blueprints now available for everyone

Facebook's Surround 360, its 17-camera array designed to capture video in 360 degrees is now open source -- meaning Facebook is making the blueprints available for free to everybody who wants to build a camera. The company has also made available the stitching software used to piece together those types of videos. The goal is to encourage camera makers and videographers to shoot more footage in the experimental format and, of course, share it on Facebook, The Verge reports.

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How to activate Twitter’s ‘night mode’ feature on Android

By about 10 hours ago.

How to activate Twitter’s ‘night mode’ feature on Android

Back in May we had reported about Twitter testing a ‘night mode’ for its Android app. The night mode replaces the white background with a darker blue appearance in a bid to make it soothing for eyes. Now, the feature has been officially started to roll out for the Android users. Right now, there’s no word on when this feature will be available to iOS users.

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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air launched: Price, specifications and features

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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air launched: Price, specifications and features

In addition to launching the Redmi Pro smartphone, Xiaomi today also took the wraps off its first-ever laptop, called the Mi Notebook Air. The overall design is in line with the photos that leaked yesterday, and Xiaomi's MacBook Air competitor will be available in two variants -- 12.5-inch and 13.3-inch. The Mi Notebook Air is going on sale in China, but there is no word on whether Xiaomi plans on launching it in any other country. More →
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