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Intex launches ‘Indie 5’ at Rs 4,999 with 2 GB RAM, 4000 mAh and 8 MP camera

Domestic smartphone maker Intex Technologies on 17 July launched a new smartphone “Indie 5” at Rs 4,999. The 5-inch HD device that supports an 8MP selfie and rear camera that comes equipped with front LED and rear LED flash. “We are sure that ‘Indie 5’ will touch everyone’s heart and be a delight for the young millennials,” Nidhi Markanday, Director, Intex Technologies, said in a statement. Infie 33. Image: Intex The 4G device is powered with a 1.25GHz quad-core processor coupled with 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage that can…

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Win a Blink camera home security starter set and protect your turf

Whether you want to protect your home from burglars, see a live feed of what’s going on in your home while you’re away, or just keep an eye on your pets, wireless IP cams are a great way to do it. Modern technology has made these cameras an affordable alternative to expensive home security systems, but we’ll do you one better: We’ve teamed up with Blink to give one reader a Blink indoor camera starter set (a $99 value) totally free. Blink offers a great lineup of home security technology,…

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Oxygen OS open beta update brings Google Lens support to the OP6, OP5 and OP5T

The new Oxygen OS update open beta update for the OnePlus 6, OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T has introduced a few camera improvements, reduced the “oil painting effect” in photos captured using the smartphones and most importantly enabled Google Lens support. OnePlus 5T. As per various reports, it would seem that some users were not satisfied with the photos being captured by the devices. They said that the photos looked more akin to an oil painting than an actual photo. The new open beta update will reduce that effect and also…

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The 2019 Acura MDX can be yours for $44,300, with new A-Spec variant

Previous Next Earlier this year at the 2018 New York International Auto Show, Acura revealed a new addition to its growing line of A-Spec-equipped models in the form of an MDX with the treatment. But if you were followed this year’s show, you probably didn’t notice since the new MDX A-Spec model kind of flew under the radar as it was overshadowed by the reveal of a new RDX and its A-Spec version. Now, the 2019 Acura MDX gets its moment to shine as the new model-year MDXs hit showrooms…

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ZTE trade ban has forced operators worldwide to consider broadening their supply

The US trade ban on Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE wreaked havoc on wireless carriers in Europe and South Asia and forced operators worldwide to consider broadening their supply networks, industry sources told Reuters. The inside of a ZTE smart phone is pictured in this illustration taken. Disruptions at Russian and emerging markets mobile operator Veon, one of the world’s 10 largest mobile firms by number of customers, illustrate the effects of the U.S. ban, which lasted three months, ending when the US Commerce Department lifted the order on Friday.…

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Lumen measures metabolism, creates personal nutrition plan with a single breath

Lumen — an Israel-based digital health and wellness company — has officially launched its new device to help with weight management out of beta. With a single breath into the device, users are provided with a personalized nutrition plan to help lose weight and achieve fitness goals. At first glance, the Lumen looks a bit similar to a breathalyzer — at the top, there’s a mouth-piece to breathe into in order to populate results. Every morning, you’ll take a breath into the device and the companion app will you show…

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Iranian authorities arrest 44 people for posting ‘immoral images’ on Instagram

Iranian authorities have arrested dozens of people in fresh crackdowns on models and associated colleagues posting “immoral images” online. The official IRNA news agency reported on 16 July that officials in the southern port city of Bandar Abbas, some 1250 kilometers, or 630 miles, south of the capital Tehran, arrested eight women and 36 other people in the photography, beauty salons and wedding businesses who used Instagram to share what they considered indecent images and clips. Police said they were “damaging public virtue through the organised spreading of anti-cultural” activities.…

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Pilot’s sneaky puff on his e-cigarette causes chaos on passenger plane

A copilot’s decision to enjoy a puff on his e-cigarette caused chaos during the flight and ended up costing him his job. The incident happened last week during an Air China flight from Hong Kong to Dalian, a city about 300 miles east of Beijing, the South China Morning Post reported. To prevent the e-cigarette’s vapor from reaching the cabin, the co-pilot thought it would be a good idea to switch off the ventilation fan. But he accidentally shut off the air-conditioning system instead. The mistake caused oxygen levels in…

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WhatsApp beta’s new Android update might come with a Sticker preview

WhatsApp‘s upcoming Android update 2.18.218 might come with a Sticker pack and it has to be said that the messaging app took quite some time to incorporate stickers. Its competitors such as  WeChat, Line, and Telegram already possess this feature. WhatsApp. Reuters. According to the WaBetaInfo, the beta version of WhatsApp’s update shows two packs. These are ‘Bibimbap Friends” and “Unchi & Rollie”. While Bibimbap Friends is an animate casserole, the Unchi & Rollie is a turd and a rolling paper, respectively. WhatsApp beta for Android 2.18.218:1) Sticker preview!2) When…

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The MediaTek A-series aims to bring premium features to budget phones

Qualcomm may have recently unveiled its 700-series chipsets, but the competition is just heating up. MediaTek is unveiling a new series of chipsets too — the MediaTek A series. It has also announced the first product in the new series — the MediaTek A22. Like the Qualcomm 700-series, the A-series is targeted directly at companies building so-called “affordable premium” devices — or devices that aren’t as expensive as flagship phones, but still boast many of the same features. To that end, MediaTek says the “A” stands for “Advanced.” Under the…

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