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Nubia M2 Play to Go on Sale in India on Friday via Amazon India

HIGHLIGHTS Nubia M2 Play price in India is Rs. 8,999 It will go on sale via Amazon India The sale begins at 12pm IST Nubia M2 Play, which was unveiled in India earlier this week, will go on sale on Amazon India at 12pm IST on Friday. The Nubia M2 Play price in India is Rs. 8,999, and the smartphone ... Read More »

Vivo V7+ With 24-Megapixel Front Camera Launched at Rs. 21,990; Goes on Sale on September 15

HIGHLIGHTS Vivo V7+ price in India is Rs. 21,990 Vivo V7+ pre-bookings start on September 7 Vivo V7+ will go on sale from September 15 Vivo V7+ smartphone featuring a 24-megapixel selfie camera and soft ‘Moonlight Glow’ front flash has been launched in India at price tag of Rs. 21,990. The selfie camera has f/2.0 aperture, while the screen size ... Read More »

Google Play Protect Logo Will Now Be Shown on Google Certified Android Devices

HIGHLIGHTS Google announced Google Play Protect at I/O conference this year The company showed this feature prominently in Google Play recently The company has been actively pushing the security feature Google has been pushing its Play Protect feature for Android ever since it was announced back at I/O 2017. After adding the feature to Android device settings, the search giant started showing ... Read More »

DSSSB move to recruit 9,000 teachers in Delhi govt schools put on hold

The recruitment of around 9,000 teachers to the Delhi’s government schools has been put on hold by Lt Governor Anil Baijal, following the AAP government’s insistence that the work experience of guest teachers be given weightage in the process. The decision comes a day before the candidates could start applying online for the posts advertised by the Delhi Subordinate Services ... Read More »

Number of Indian students in UK on the rise: Envoy

Kolkata British High Commissioner to India Dominic Asquith said on Thursday that the number of Indian students in the UK was picking up after going through a decline in the last few years. He added that there was no attempt by the UK government to hold back foreign students willing to pursue university education in their country. “There was a decline ... Read More »

MIT Researchers Make AI System That Detects Sarcasm on Twitter Better Than Humans

HIGHLIGHTS New AI system can detect sarcasm in tweets better than humans May help computers spot and remove online hate speech, abusive comments Originally aimed to develop a system capable of detecting racist posts MIT scientists have developed a new artificial intelligence system that can detect sarcasm in tweets better than humans, an advance that may help computers automatically spot and remove ... Read More »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 to Go on Sale in India Today via Mi.com, Flipkart

HIGHLIGHTS Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 price in India starts at Rs. 9,999 It was launched in India in January The smartphone will be available from 12pm IST Xiaomi Redmi Note 4, as is its weekly tradition, will go on sale in India on Wednesday via Flipkart and Mi.com. The popular budget smartphone, which was launched in the country back in January, was last week announced to ... Read More »

Baidu Competitor Says to Focus on AI as It Plans US IPO

China’s second-largest mobile search engine Sogou, controlled by Sohu.com and 45 percent owned by Tencent Holdings, said it will focus on artificial intelligence (AI) as it aims to build a next-generation search engine. Chinese internet and gaming company Sohu on Monday announced the plan to float Sogou in the United States “as early as market conditions permit”, saying the search unit would make ... Read More »

Almost half the world is now on social media, according to new report

There are now over 3 billion (!!!) people logging onto social media accounts around the world, meaning that almost half of the world’s population spends at least part of their day updating their status or story. A new report compiled by Hootsuite and We Are Social and published by The Next Web found that there are 3.028 billion active social media users around the world. That’s ... Read More »

Should elected officials block people on social media?

Rick Calvert wants his congressman’s attention. So the Murrieta resident used Facebook and Twitter to send messages to Murrieta’s congressman, Rep. Ken Calvert, R-Corona – no relation. A self-described “lifelong liberal,” Rick Calvert also has produced online videos for Indivisible 42, a grassroots group critical of the conservative congressman. One day, Rick Calvert found himself blocked from viewing Ken Calvert’s ... Read More »