• BSNL's Rs 98 prepaid recharge offers 1.5 data per day for customers
BSNL's Rs 98 prepaid recharge offers 1.5 data per day for customers

As of now, the plan is active in many circles of Tamil Nadu, Kolkata, Chennai and more and soon it will be available in other circles of BSNL. the plan also offers 1GB data. Airtel prepaid plans that are eligible for this offer are Rs 249, Rs 349, Rs 448, Rs 499 and Rs 509. That means an Airtel subscriber recharging with a pack of Rs 199 and c...

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  • PayPal acquires Swedish payments firm iZettle
PayPal acquires Swedish payments firm iZettle

The deal announced Thursday marks the largest acquisition in PayPal's 20-year history and intensifies its competition with Square , a payment processor started by Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey . The takeover comes less than three weeks after iZettle said it would list shares in Stockholm. With the agreement, PayPay gains access to ...

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  • Instagram now lets you share feed posts to stories
Instagram now lets you share feed posts to stories

This is contrary to the regram or repost option where you share without repurposing the story'. Tap it to see the feed post as a sticker with a customized background ready to share to your story. All posts shared to stories will be tagged with the original poster's username and posts on someone's story can be tapped to view the original post.

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  • Ozone-destroying chemical emissions on rise despite ban
Ozone-destroying chemical emissions on rise despite ban

A new study from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, aka NOAA, has revealed that the production of ozone-destroying chemicals banned under the 1987 Montreal Protocol is still on and rising. "I've been making these measurements for more than 30 years, and this is the most surprising thing I've seen", says lead researcher Stephen M...

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  • AT&T to sell the Red Hydrogen One phone beginning this summer
AT&T to sell the Red Hydrogen One phone beginning this summer

Unique to the Red Hydrogen One is its 5.7-inch holographic display , which will allow users to view images and capture video with new capabilities, making it a tool for video content creators, business social media personnel, enterprise marketing professionals and other business content creation workers who want to promote their brands in new wa...

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  • New multiplayer mode also announced
New multiplayer mode also announced

Initially, the update allows you to link your Discord account with your Xbox LIVE account, a process that you can perform from the application configuration panel, where you will now find an option to link both accounts, although it is also possible that you make the procedure from your console.

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  • Activision Formally Launches Call of Duty: Black Ops 4
Activision Formally Launches Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

With a unique combination of well-made gameplay and an interesting premise that only Call of Duty can offer, it's sure to catch the eyes of many battle royale fans. The zombie mode is celebrating its tenth anniversary with three separate maps called experiences, each with its own story and heroes. As was also suggested months ago, there is ...

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  • Youtube launches premium music service
Youtube launches premium music service

According to projections in the IFPI's Global Music Report, YouTube is the world's most dominant music streaming platform, attracting 46 per cent of all music streaming listening time around the world past year, with the exception of China.

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  • Google Wifi now supports speed tests for individual devices
Google Wifi now supports speed tests for individual devices

According to Google , its Google WiFi users have an average of 18 devices connected on each network. Network Check: Test the speed to any wireless device on your network. Starting Tuesday, Google Wifi users will begin to see a new option in the app's Network Check section to check connectivity to every device connected to a Google Wifi ...

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  • Google partially rolls back Chrome 66's autoplay changes
Google partially rolls back Chrome 66's autoplay changes

The blocking feature, announced in January , aimed to remove loud, sudden and unwanted videos from the web, which automatically played when a browser launched - and also stopped a series of apps and games from playing audio for alerts and other elements.

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  • OnePlus 6 Announced: Here's Where You Can Buy It
OnePlus 6 Announced: Here's Where You Can Buy It

It's also waterproof, although we don't have an exact IP rating just yet. The phone , with a tagline of "The Speed You Need", comes with the most popular smartphone feature of the year, the iPhone X-like notch. On top of that, the primary camera is capable of recording 4K @ 60fps as well as 480fos in slow-mo (720p) for 3 seconds. According to On...

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"Yanny" or "Laurel", this audio clip is tearing the internet apart

Chrissy Teigen , who's pregnant with her second child, doesn't understand how anyone can hear " Yanny ". And Twitter is freaking out about it. And Mikkelsen told Gizmodo that your background might impact what you hear too - that folks from the city, used to loud noises, might expect to hear different sound than people from the country.

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  • HTC developing blockchain smartphone called Exodus with Vive headset creator
HTC developing blockchain smartphone called Exodus with Vive headset creator

It's reported that HTC is pondering the idea to accept cryptocurrency as a form of payment for the device, but no price has been set. Smartphone manufacturer HTC is taking a major leap into the cryptocurrency ecosystem and wider blockchain industry.

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  • Facebook has already removed 583 million fake accounts this year
Facebook has already removed 583 million fake accounts this year

It disabled 583 million fake accounts . Facebook's internal technology flagged adult nudity or sexual content about 96% of the time before it was reported by users, according to the report . The company has pledged in recent months to use facial recognition technology - which it also uses to suggest which Facebook friends to tag in photos ...

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  • Australian astronomers find a cosmic 'monster' that's growing fast
Australian astronomers find a cosmic 'monster' that's growing fast

However, the supermassive black hole is at a distance of 12 billion light-years, meaning that what the astronomers saw happened 12 billion years ago. Not that you'd know, because the x-rays emanating from it would make life on Earth impossible. The studied black hole reportedly draws off light of large amounts thereby outshining the entire galaxy...

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  • RAGE 2 Screenshots Show a Rockin' Open World
RAGE 2 Screenshots Show a Rockin' Open World

The quick-cuts in the gameplay trailer don't do the best job at selling it, but the screenshots show it off. Humanity might be struggling for supplies, but the paint aisle at Lowes is still stocked. The first trailer features a much more colorful aesthetic compared to the original Rage . As mentioned, fans will be eager to see what the game lo...

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  • Watch Tim Cook's Duke University Commencement Speech
Watch Tim Cook's Duke University Commencement Speech

While products like the iPhone and iPad are designed in the US, they are made using China-based factories run by the likes of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. He also pointed out as a notable fact that the company rejects "the excuse that getting the most out of technology means trading away your right to privacy".

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  • Bethesda officially announces Rage 2
Bethesda officially announces Rage 2

Now that RAGE 2's Official Announce Trailer is released, the May 14's mystery ended. Expect this to create an appearance at Bethesda's E3 2018 meeting. Rage 2 trailer - how does it look? Little is known about the sequel thus far including its setting, story and development studio. You are one of the chosen members of these modern day arks ...

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  • NASA sending helicopter to Mars, aiming for an aviation first
NASA sending helicopter to Mars, aiming for an aviation first

If a child sees the Curiosity rover on Mars and hears how slow its progress is over the planet , they might be thinking a somewhat obvious question: why don't we just send a helicopter there? "The idea of a helicopter flying the skies of another planet is thrilling".

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  • Long lost massive asteroid to pass close by the Earth
Long lost massive asteroid to pass close by the Earth

However, the asteroid has now paid a visit after eight long years on 8 May this year and its activity had initially made the researchers suspicious. The asteroid measures between 60 and 130 metres and is travelling at a speed of more than 28,000mph. "The broadcast will last less than 25 minutes, since the asteroid will cross our field of ...

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