• Missed Republic Day parade! Download 'RDP INDIA 2019' mobile app
    Tech NewsMissed Republic Day parade! Download 'RDP INDIA 2019' mobile app

    Good news for those who have missed to watch this year's Republic Day parade held at Rajpath, New Delhi. The Defence Ministry has launched an exclusive mobile application to watch the highlights of R-Day 2019. The RDP INDIA 2019’ has been launched on the 70th Republic Day and till date, it has been download by millions of smartphone users across the globe.

  • Reliance Jio celeb pack: How to get free 10GB 4G data
    Tech NewsReliance Jio celeb pack: How to get free 10GB 4G data

    With the various Internet data schemes and offer the company is giving tough competition to major Indian telcos such as Bharti Airtel, Vodafone and Idea. Yet again, Reliance has come up with Jio Celebrations Pack offer under which subscribers can avail additional 4G data for free. If interested, then you should take a look at the mentioned below details.

  • Samsung Galaxy M series is now in India: All you need to know
    Tech NewsSamsung Galaxy M series is now in India: All you need to know

    Samsung India is planning to launch the Samsung Galaxy M series including Galaxy M10 and M20. The smartphones in queue is aimed at the budget and mid-range price segment so as to compete with the mobile phones of Xiaomi, Realme, Asus and Motorola. Sources confirmed that the launch of Samsung Galaxy M series will take place on Amazon India on January 28 at 6 PM.

  • Samsung to launch 'M' series in India with Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 today
    MobileSamsung to launch 'M' series in India with Galaxy M10, Galaxy M20 today

    Samsung Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20 will be unveiled in India today to make the first impressions of the much anticipated 'Galaxy M' series. The new 'India-first' smartphones are targeted a 'young millennials', the South Korean electronics giant claims, with 'powerful' batteries, cameras, displays, and processors.

  • These 15 Android apps fooled millions worldwide
    Tech NewsThese 15 Android apps fooled millions worldwide

    Lately, malware researcher Lukas Stefanko revealed that his team has found 15 fake Android apps with over 50 million downloads that simply makes money through ads and nothing more. “These apps just open Google Maps or use their API without any additional value for user, except for displaying ads. Some of them don't even have proper app icon,” said Stefanko. He also found that there are some fake GPS apps which ask for money even to remove the ads. If you are using any of these 15 Android apps then you should immediately uninstall them from phone:

  • Microsoft Office is now available on Apple's Mac App Store
    Tech NewsMicrosoft Office is now available on Apple's Mac App Store

    Apple on Thursday announced that Microsoft Office 365 is now available on Mac App Store where Apple users can download directly the signature apps such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel that are popular in Microsoft Windows system.

  • 5 million active users on WhatsApp Business globally
    Tech News5 million active users on WhatsApp Business globally

    WhatsApp Business has an active user base of more than five million people, the company said on Thursday as it announced new web and desktop features on completing a year of its launch in India.

  • Redmi Note 7 smartphone with 48 MP camera to launch soon In India; Check features and more
    Tech NewsRedmi Note 7 smartphone with 48 MP camera to launch soon In India; Check features and more

    Redmi Note 7 with 48MP primary camera is all set to launch in India, the company released a teaser via its official Twitter account. The tweet contains text upside down, accompanied by a photo of Xiaomi India MD Manu Kumar Jain and Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun holding the Redmi Note 7.

  • Instagram denies limiting reach of posts to 7%
    Tech NewsInstagram denies limiting reach of posts to 7%

    Amidst viral user claims accusing Instagram's algorithms of limiting the reach of posts to just 7 per cent on its platform, the photo-messaging app took to Twitter to deny the claims.

  • TRAI launches app for DTH, cable TV subscribers: Now, select and pay for channels as you wish
    Tech NewsTRAI launches app for DTH, cable TV subscribers: Now, select and pay for channels as you wish

    The Telecom regulator TRAI has rolled out a web application for DTH and cable TV subscribers to help them check their new subscription packs and prices under which they can elect and pay for individual TV channels as per their taste of entertainment.