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Why Dr D feels an apology won't help Boris Johnson
Johnson isn't guilty of racism, but of spasms of incorrectitude.
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 e...
People experiencing phone repairs more likely to invest in protection plans: Survey
The survey also throws light on where most users tend to drop their phone, what activity results in a higher likelihood of a phone drop, and the number of times they tend to drop the phone.
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.
Dawood silent on phone for 3 years, but still operating from Karachi
Dawood's last phone call was intercepted by the Delhi Police in November 2016. The phone call, recorded for 15 minutes, was intercepted by Delhi Police sleuths after placing a Karachi based number, provided by the central agencies, under surveillance.
India 5th in spam calls, 8th in unwanted SMSes: Report
The menace of spam calls and messages continues to grow in India, according to data released by Truecaller. Monthly traffic of unwanted calls per user rose 15% over the 2018 level to reach an average of 26 calls this year.
Apple celebrates best games & apps of the year at NYC event; iPhone's Spectre Camera declared winner
On MacBook, Serif Labs's Affinity Publisher was named app of the year.
China introduces mandatory face scans for phone users
In September, China's industry and information technology ministry issued a notice on "safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of citizens online", which laid out rules for enforcing real-name registration. The notice said telecom operators should use "AI and other technical means" to verify people's identities when they take a new phone number.
From armchairs to iPhones, India's millennials rent it all
Sharing economy is a global phenomenon & is expected to generate annual revenues of $335 bn by 2025.
ET Awards 2019: Dada gives a patient hearing; Harsh Goenka takes phone breaks to keep Twitter family happy
RPG Enterprises boss took time out from the awards function for a little poolside R&R.
Terrorists using satellite phones in Jammu & Kashmir
Police said since revocation of special status of Kashmir, militants have attempted to take advantage of communication blockade to enter Srinagar.
Top phone makers seek assurance on export incentives
While India has appealed against the ruling before WTO’s Appellate Body last week, MEIS is set to be replaced with Remission of Duties or Taxes on Export Products (RoDTEP) from January 1, 2020, as announced by the finance ministry last month.
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