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Jio Running ‘Sinister Campaign’ to Bring Down Interconnect Charges, Says Airtel

In a fresh war of words, Bharti Airtel on Tuesday alleged that Reliance Jio is running a “sinister campaign” to bring down the call connection charges by misleading authorities and the public with inflated figures. Bharti Airtel in a letter to TRAI Chairman R S Sharma alleged that Reliance Jio (RJio) has again misrepresented the facts through wrong calculations of interconnection usage charges (IUC). Airtel’s reaction comes ... Read More »

[Deal Alert] Sony MDR1000X noise canceling Bluetooth headphones down to $298 ($102 off)

Over-ear Bluetooth headphones are a dime a dozen these days, but great ones that also offer noise canceling and high-quality audio are few and far between. Sony’s MDR-1000X is one of these but its $399.99 price is enough to give anyone pause. However, it’s now being discounted $102 thus making it $298, its lowest price yet. The MDR-1000X is often ... Read More »

Apple Store Is Down; New Hardware Including iPad Pro Expected to Be Launched

HIGHLIGHTS Apple’s long been rumoured to launch new iPad models Red iPhone 7 and 128GB iPhone SE expected alongside Apple expected to send press release for launch announcement The Apple Store is down, and we know what that means. The Cupertino giant is all set to launch new products. Apple’s tradition has been to take down its online store ahead of major ... Read More »

Apple Store Goes Down Ahead of WWDC 2017 Keynote; New iPad and MacBook Models Expected

HIGHLIGHTS As is tradition, the Apple Store has gone down ahead of a hardware unveil The company is anticipated to launch new iPad and MacBook models Also expected is the Siri Speaker, to take on Amazon Echo And it’s down. As is tradition before any hardware launch, Apple pulls down the Apple Store to update it with information about all ... Read More »

Eight years of education comes down to one day

As the sun streamed through the leaded windows of the Mayo Foundation House, 44 medical school graduates nervously waited Friday to find out where they will spend the next three to five years of their lives. Through the old tradition of Match Day and under the gaze of a huge portrait of the Mayo brothers, the Mayo Medical School graduates ... Read More »

Facebook Launches ‘Disputed’ Tag to Crack Down on Fake News

HIGHLIGHTS Facebook had launched tools to tackle fake news back in December It now features a ‘disputed’ tag next to the stories that are deemed fake It is unclear how many people currently have access to the “fake news” Social media giant Facebook has launched its much hyped “fake news” crackdown initiative in the US, tagging as “disputed” the stories ... Read More »

Snapdeal’s Shopo Marketplace to Shut Down on Friday

Snapdeal’s Shopo Marketplace to Shut Down on Friday Snapdeal-owned marketplace Shopo will close down from February 10, after a year and a half of operations. The move comes at a time when Snapdeal is aggressively looking at optimising costs amid intense battle with Flipkart and Amazon. “We started, a year and a half ago, from a small conference room with ... Read More »

Demonetisation: Sales Down 25-30 Percent, Says Micromax

Consumer sales have seen a 25-30 percent hit in past few weeks due to twin impact of demonetisation and seasonal slowdown post Diwali, country’s third largest handset maker Micromax said today. While online sales suffered due to cash crunch in the aftermath of demonetisation, the company’s supply chain saw a 15-18 percent decline in sales in the last few weeks. ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Crisis Brings Down South Korea’s Industrial Output

South Korea’s industrial output fell in October as Samsung Electronics discontinued its latest flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphones, a government report said on Wednesday. Production in all South Korean industries dipped 0.4 percent in October as railway workers went on strikes, Xinhua news reported. Production slid further from previous months according to Statistics Korea. Samsung ending production and sales of ... Read More »

Xiongmai Says Its Cameras Were Used to Take Down the Internet

HIGHLIGHTS Attackers hijacked CCTV cameras made by Xiongmai using malware Mirai All cameras made before September 2015 were potentially vulnerable The attack took down sites including Twitter, Spotify and CNN A Chinese security camera maker said its products were used to launch a cyber-attack that severed internet access for millions of users, highlighting the threat posed by the global proliferation ... Read More »