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Jio Phone Offline Bookings Begin: Delivery Date, Documents You Need, Price, and More Details

Jio Phone bookings have opened in certain offline retail stores in the Delhi-NCR area, ahead of the scheduled August 24 date that was announced at the Reliance AGM on July 21. If you have such an offline retailer taking Jio Phone bookings right now, you can be ahead of the millions who are expected to buy the handset when… Read More »

Jio Phone Bookings Now Open: Documents You Need, Delivery Date, and More You Need to Know

JioPhone bookings will officially open on August 24 (both offline and online), but certain offline retailers in the Delhi-NCR region have already started taking pre-orders for the handset. This means that you have the opportunity to make your JioPhone booking ahead of millions of people across the country, provided you have an offline retailer near you taking pre-orders… Read More »

Android O: Which notification upgrades are you most looking forward to? [Poll]

While Android O doesn’t introduce much new to the user interface, there are a lot of new tools for developers to use that make notifications much better. On top of this, the upcoming OS also comes with new system-level features that give users better control over what notifications they see and where they see them. Which of Android 8.0’s new notification… Read More »

mAadhaar App Launched by UIDAI, Lets You Carry Aadhaar on Your Android Phone

Aadhaar holders will now be able to carry their information on their smartphone, courtesy the mAadhaar app launched by Unique Identification Authority of India(UIDAI). To use the mAadhaar or ‘mobile Aadhaar’ app, users need to have their phone number registered with UIDAI. Once the process is complete, they can download their details on the app, which will show data suc has name, date… Read More »

Xiaomi Redmi 4A Fash Sale at 12pm Today: All You Need to Know

Xiaomi Redmi 4A flash sale in India will held on Thursday on Amazon India. The Redmi 4A smartphone (Review) will be made available for purchase on the e-commerce site at 12pm IST, and customers do not need to register in advance to buy it. The budget smartphone is available in only one variant (2GB RAM/ 16GB inbuilt storage) in the country,… Read More »

Here’s What Microsoft Is Doing to Save You From Ransomware

Amid a global wave of ransomware attacks, Microsoft is adding features to its Windows 10 software that may help keep users safe. The latest Windows 10 Preview Build released to some Windows Insiders on Wednesday has added a new feature called “controlled folders,” Microsoft says. The new feature aims to protect files from malicious apps and other threats by monitoring changes made to contents… Read More »

The Dell Precision 5520 lets you get to work in Ubuntu 16.04

Dell’s Precision 5520 is one of the very few laptops to offer a Linux distribution as a pre-installed operating system. Another is Dell’s XPS 13 Developer Edition, which offers great performance in a compact size. For people wanting something a little more powerful, the Precision 5520 (which starts at $1,399 but is $2,765.50 as configured) packs workstation levels of power while remaining… Read More »

Moto C Plus India Launch Set for Monday: All You Need to Know

The Moto C Plus India launch event has been scheduled for Monday, where Moto’s parent company Lenovo will announce the price and availability details of the handset. Moto C Plus was unveiled globally just a month ago, and is only the second smartphone in the new Moto C series. Aimed at first-time smartphone buyers, the Moto C Plus… Read More »

6 display settings you should be using in Windows 10

Windows 10 Creators Update added two display settings that make sitting in front of your laptop or PC a more pleasant experience. I’ll cover these two new display settings along with some old standbys so you can get Windows 10 ($92.99 at Amazon.com) looking its best. 1. Use the night light at night Staring at an unnaturally blue… Read More »

For real Windows 10 privacy, you need the China Government Edition

Because Windows doesn’t make much money for Microsoft these days, the company decided, beginning in Windows 10, that snooping on users à la Google and Facebook could be profitable. But one country said enough was enough. It would stand up for its users’ “privacy.” That country? The People’s Republic of China. Cough. Didn’t see that one coming, did… Read More »