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Xiaomi Mi A1 Price in India Permanently Slashed By Rs. 1,000

With this price cut, Xiaomi Mi A1 is better positioned to take on the likes of Honor 7X HIGHLIGHTS Xiaomi India Head Manu Kumar
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Nokia 6 (2018) Passes Through TENAA Certification, Could Launch Soon

HIGHLIGHTS Model number TA-1054 passes through TENAA certification Rumoured to sport Snapdragon 630 SoC, 4GB of RAM Nokia 9 and Nokia 8 (2018) to
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Grammarly Is Now on Android as a Keyboard but It’s Not Quite There Just Yet

HIGHLIGHTS Grammarly keyboard checks your grammar as you type and suggests changes It launched on iOS last month and is now on Android as
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Top 10 phones of 2017: Best cameras

Looking back on the year past is what December is all about, and we’ve been doing a little bit of that over the last
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Net Neutrality Dealt a Huge Blow as US FCC Vote Repeals 2015 Safeguards

Net neutrality took a hit as the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted in favour of rolling back the Obama-era protections that ensured a free and
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Huawei P11 to launch in Q1 next year

Earlier on, a Huawei exec said that the P11 will “probably” be announced at the MWC. It seems that those plans are solidifying as representatives
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VSDC review: This free video editor holds back too much

VSDC has a lot of features you won’t find in other free video editors, like picture-in-picture, video stabilization, and the ability to upload multiple
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Samsung Galaxy S9 will keep the fingerprint scanner on the back

Samsung launched the Galaxy S8 with a fingerprint scanner on the back in an unusual setup. The sensor was next to the camera which led to
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Jabra Elite 25e Bluetooth Headphones With 18-Hour Battery Life Launched in India

HIGHLIGHTS The Elite 25e feature a one-touch button for Siri and Google Assistant They are IP54 rated and have a battery life of up
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Samsung Starts Producing First 512GB eUFS Storage Chips for Mobile Devices

HIGHLIGHTS Samsung is mass-producing the new 512GB flash storage chips. Expected to be a component in the company’s next-gen devices. Read and write speed