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  • Spotify music app in India: Facts you need to know  title=
    Spotify music app in India: Facts you need to know

    The much-awaited Spotify music streaming app is finally launched in India. The app is now available in Google Play Store and Apple App Store for Indian music lovers. Despite of official launch, the app is quite popular in the country with users resorting to VPNs to access the platform. If you are planning to enjoy music on Spotify, then here are some interesting facts, you need to know.

  • Apple indirectly bribes customers with promotional offers. Here's how  title=
    Apple indirectly bribes customers with promotional offers. Here's how

    In an attempt to increase prospective customers and regain old ones, Apple is now allowing iOS, macOS and tvOS app developers to offer discounted subscriptions to past subscribers. By using receipt validation, developers will be able to identify subscribers who have turned off auto-renewal so that they can act quickly with a promotional offer in an attempt to win them back before the end of their current subscription period, MacRumors reported.

  • Now, only one emergency helpline number for all purpose, dial 112  title=
    Now, only one emergency helpline number for all purpose, dial 112

    India has launched its single emergency helpline number '112' for various services like police, fire and women safety. By dialling this number, people in need will get immediate assistance, irrespective of distance and location.

  • Xiaomi, OnePlus emits highest radiation: Check your phone SAR value  title=
    Xiaomi, OnePlus emits highest radiation: Check your phone SAR value

    Smartphone today has become a basic and most essential personal electronics of our daily lives. We have become so much dependent on our phone that we can hardly stay a day without this gadget. Be it to our bed or even in kitchen, we tend to carry them everywhere with us but we do forget that these devices also come with high exposure to radiation with their respective Specific Absorption Rate or SAR value.

  • Apple-Facebook war over 'secret app' is breaking social media  title=
    Apple-Facebook war over 'secret app' is breaking social media

    The Apple allegation against Facebook and its privacy practices is taking new shape with time. On Wednesday, Apple accused the social-networking giant of breaking its rules and distributing a secret data-collection app to consumers.

  • Apple likely to cut iPhone prices to boost falling sales  title=
    Apple likely to cut iPhone prices to boost falling sales

    Apple is planning to cut down prices of its iPhone smartphones to give boost to their falling sales figures, a report said.

  • Microsoft Office is now available on Apple's Mac App Store  title=
    Microsoft 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.

  • Apple Maps is now live in India: Enjoy turn-by-turn navigation  title=
    Apple Maps is now live in India: Enjoy turn-by-turn navigation

    Apple has confirmed that its new turn-by-turn navigation is coming to Apple Maps in India. Good news is that this feature is now active in Maps in India. It comes with time of arrival and distance of the destination.

  • Amazon overtakes Microsoft, becomes world's biggest private company  title=
    Amazon overtakes Microsoft, becomes world's biggest private company

    Amazon, the giant ecommerce company has achieved the tag of world's biggest company in terms of market capitalization, overtaking Microsoft and other leading tech organizations worldwide.

  • List of top smartphones to launch in 2019  title=
    List of top smartphones to launch in 2019

    The year 2018 was all about the launch of dual camera phones and budget smartphones. Many popular smartphone makers like OnePlus, Vivo and Oppo had demonstrated their prowess by cramming innovative features like in-display fingerprint scanners, pop-up selfie cameras and more. Coming to 2019, there are a few companies who have already confirmed the arrival of some smartphones in January, this year. Take a look at the list of upcoming phones that we will soon hit the Indian market.