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Microsoft launches Surface Go in India

Microsoft India has finally launched the Surface Go tablet in the Indian market. The Surface Go is available in two variants; the 64GB model is priced at INR 37,999 ($530) while the 128GB model is priced at INR 49,999 ($698). The Surface Go is available exclusively on Flipkart for now. It will go on sale December 27 but you can ... Read More »

105 Schools In Delhi Asked To Put On Hold Nursery Admission Process

The application process to nurseries in over 1,600 private schools began Saturday. New Delhi:  The Delhi government has directed 105 schools in the national capital to put on hold their nursery admission process as they failed to make their criteria public within the prescribed deadline. The application process for admissions to entry-level classes in over 1,600 private schools began Saturday. The ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S10 trio to offer reverse wireless charging too?

Just the other day a report came in disclosing the pricing of the Samsung Galaxy S10 trio in the UK and along with it, the source also shared a small tidbit about the possibility of Samsung implementing a reverse wireless charging feature. Just like the one on Huawei Mate 20 Pro and now an independent source claims that to be ... Read More »

Cuba to roll out mobile internet for the first time

Justin Solomon | CNBC Young Cubans on mobile devices in Havana, Cuba. Cuba has announced that 3G internet access for cell phone users across the country will become available from Thursday. The Caribbean island nation, which exists under communist rule, opened state-run internet cafes in 2013 and citizens have only had access to home internet and public Wi-Fi hotspots since ... Read More »

Gift guide — what to get that techie in your life who has everything

  Finding the right gift can be a challenge, especially for that person in your life who seems to have everything already. Here’s a round up of six high-tech gadgets that will surely surprise and impress the tech-lover in your life this holiday season. [“source=cnbc”] Read More »

Microsoft Confirms Edge Is Switching to Chromium, and Coming to Windows 7, Windows 8 as Well as macOS

Microsoft has officially announced that it is bringing Chromium engine to Microsoft Edge. The open-source Web rendering engine is already available to the masses through Google’s Chrome browser. The Redmond-based giant also wants to become a “significant contributor” to the Chromium project. Alongside switching to Chromium engine, Microsoft has revealed that it is expanding its Edge to Apple’s macOS. A ... Read More »

Advantages of using AngularJS in the design and development of applications and web pages

  The creation of web pages has become a dynamic action where not only static forms are used where certain information is displayed. Today you want to give a touch of interaction to websites, creating an online service that can perform different functions more dynamically. A perfect tool to carry this out is Angular 6 training. As it is a ... Read More »

Social media etiquette

It seems like only yesterday I was worried one of my children would blurt out something like “You’re old!” to some random granny at the grocery store who sweetly glanced their way, or maybe show the deli lady the booger they just picked. Now, half their peers have Snapchat and still don’t know much better. Let’s dive in. Back in ... Read More »

LG Q9 front panel leaks in first press render

Yordan 09 November 2018 LG Android Rumors Back in the beginning of September we heard about an upcoming smartphone called LG Q9, but the rumor mill kept quiet since then. Now we have a new leak, suggesting the Korean company is indeed launching the phone. An image revealed the front of the device, showcasing a notch, huge tall display and ... Read More »

Nokia 6.1 Plus Hide Notch option is coming back

The notch was introduced in September 2017 with the iPhone X, and since then it has been a polarizing topic about aesthetics and functionality. While some phones natively had a toggle to have a black bar on top, others were forced to stay with the cutout. The Nokia 6.1 Plus introduced the feature but was later removed by Google, since ... Read More »