GOOGLE PIXEL 4
The Soli radar chip on Pixel 4 is stopping it from coming to India
The Soli chip uses spectrum in the 60 GHz frequency range, which is currently not available for commercial use as per government regulations.
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Google not to launch its latest Pixel phone in India
Google decides against the availability of its Pixel 4 smartphone to Indians due to lack of 60 MHz spectrum band in India, which is needed for the Soli radar chip in the Pixel 4 devices to function. The chip supports motion sense and voice commands.
Google Pixel 4 launched at $799, won't come to India
The tech giant also unveiled the Pixelbook Go at $649.
Google stresses on making privacy a priority; will it put user concerns to an end?
The tech company has had a complicated relationship with user information in the past.
The wait is over. Google is dropping Pixel 4 tonight; here's how to watch the livestream
The Pixel 4 and 4 XL will be unveiled at the ‘Made By Google’ event. It begins at 7:30 pm IST today.
The countdown begins: Google likely to launch 5G version of Pixel 4 next week
Google Pixel smartphones -- Pixel 4 and 4 XL -- will also sport Live Caption feature.
India 4th largest market for smartwater: Coca-Cola
India is the 4th largest market globally for premium water brand 'smartwater'. Introduced in 1996 in US, smartwater was acquired by the Coca-Cola in 2007 and is now available in several countrie including UK, Australia, Canada and Middle East.
Rupee slips 4 paise to 71.2 against dollar in early trade
After opening on a flat note, the rupee lost some ground as the morning trade progressed.
Jio won’t bill broadband users for a month at least
Users who had signed up for JioFiber trials, continue to get the services for free. Now, Jio won’t be able to charge customers for home broadband services for at least another month as it is migrating to an integrated billing system that is yet to stabilise.
India & the Philippines agree to bolster defence ties; sign 4 agreements during President Kovind's visit
India and the Philippines agreed to bolster defence and maritime security partnership and to make it a key pillar of bilateral cooperation, as President Ram Nath Kovind held wide-ranging talks with his Philippine counterpart Rodrigo Duterte.
NALCO shares slump 4% on coal shortage
On the NSE, the scrip declined by 4.08 per cent to Rs 40 apeice
Reliance Jio adds 8.4 million users in August; Airtel, Voda Idea lose: Trai
Bharti Airtel lost more than 5 lakh subscribers, which dragged its overall subscriber base to 327 million. Vodafone Idea lost over 4.9 million subscribers, pulling down its total subscriber base to 375 million in August.
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