Apple iPhone 2021 to be 'completely wireless': Analyst
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo , the purported iPhone will be launched in the second half of 2021 and offers a completely wireless experience, without any USB-C port either. The wireless version is likely to be the highest-end model, MacRumours reports. Kuo also predicted that Apple will also launch a possible 'iPhone SE 2 Plus'.
People experiencing phone repairs more likely to invest in protection plans: Survey
The survey also throws light on where most users tend to ...
Tech industry sees two pain points in data protection bill
The PDP Bill proposes voluntary verification of users and sharing of anonymised da...
Samsung may challenge Apple's legacy in 2020, aims at launching Galaxy S11 with 108-megapixel camera
The marquee device will also adopt a time-of-flight sensor for depth detection.
RBI's customer protection rules will benefit depositors
The complainants used two ATMs in this locality and were duped include customers of HDFC Bank and United Bank of India.
Citizenship (Amendment) Bill protects Sixth Schedule, Inner Line areas
The bill is likely to be introduced in the ongoing session of Parliament. CAB has provisions to protect tribal areas, notified under the Sixth Schedule, and border areas from influx of such settlers.
Premium phone cos seek Rs 4,000 cap on customs duty
The basic custom duty of 20% is instead causing an annual loss of Rs 2,500 crore to the exchequer due to rampant smuggling of these devices that is also destabilising the business of Indian retailers who stock these phones, an association of manufacturers said in a letter to the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade.
This smart jacket gives an electric shock to assailants, protects women from assault
The technology used in the jacket is a combination of conductive textile, printed electronics, hardware and software that can be used to sen...
Apostrophe’s abuse’s continue’s in India
So, the Apostrophe Protection Society simply cannot put a full stop to its efforts.
Government localises ‘critical’ & ‘sensitive’ personal data
There’s no restriction on other kinds of personal information, partially taking into account the demands of global companies such as Google and Facebook, while aiming to safeguard data sovereignty. The Bill, which has not been made public yet, will be introduced in the current session of Parliament on “priority”.
Personal Data Protection bill proposes jail term for executives, up to Rs 15 crore penalty for data misuse
The Bill is expected to be tabled in Parliament during the ongoing Winter Session for final approval.
Union Cabinet clears Personal Data Protection Bill. Major takeaways from Cabinet meet
Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said the Bill will be introduced in Parliament during the current Winter Session. The Bill is likely to contain broad guidelines on collection, storage and processing of personal data, consent of individuals, penalties and compensation, code of conduct and an enforcement model.
Primary healthcare is failing 80 crore Indians. An app may be the antidote
Rural India suffers from the paucity of primary healthcare centres. By taking doctor consultations online through an app and providing safe record keeping of patients, MedCords wants to address one of the key issues for patients in rural India.
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