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Apple’s TV+ coming in November for $9.99/month Apple unveiled its TV+ service with exclusive shows, movies and series in March and left it at 'Coming this Fall' with no price tag. Now, according to sources within Apple, TV+ is scheduled for a November debut, costing $9.99 per month. Apple is expected to also offer a free trial period - likely one month - bringing TV+ in line with Apple Music.
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Realme confirms its 64 MP flagship is going to be called XT The Realme 5 and Realme 5 Pro were introduced today, and at the end of the announcement the company also had a little teaser for us - it confirmed its the 64MP phone will be called Realme XT.
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HTC to launch a new smartphone in India on August 14, Flipkart teaser reveals Just yesterday, HTC India teased a new smartphone launch in India. While the teaser offered highlights of the company’s technological breakthroughs over the years, it also offers a hint at what to expect.
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iPhone 11 to Feature A13 Chip, New Taptic Engine, Retina Display: Report As we're drawing close to Apple's annual iPhone event, leaks surrounding the upcoming iPhone 11 models are now picking up pace. A fresh report states that there will be three new iPhone 11 models this fall, and the three models will feature Apple's new A13 chip, they will sport a new Taptic Engine, and feature a Lightning port for audio and charging.
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Vivo iQOO Neo is now official: A gaming smartphone with Snapdragon 845 starting from Rs 18,000 Vivo had recently jumped into the gaming phone segment with its iQOO brand a few months ago. After launching the iQOO gaming phone, Vivo has now launched an affordable version of the iQOO in China, called the iQOO Neo.
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iPhone With In-Display Fingerprint Sensor and No Face ID Rumoured for China Apple ditched its fingerprint sensor, Touch ID, for a more advanced facial authentication method, Face ID, on its current lineup of flagship smartphones. While Apple is expected to further improve its Face ID technology in upcoming iPhone models this year, the Cupertino-based tech giant may be looking to introduce a cheaper iPhone model this year, targeted at the Chinese market.
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Xiaomi Mi A3 Android One phone exists, may be rebranded Mi CC9 in India This year has turned out to be extremely busy for Xiaomi so far. And looks like the scenario is going to be the same even in the second half of the year. The company has already launched several smartphones in India so far like the Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi Note 7S, Redmi Go, Redmi Y3, Redmi 7, among others.
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Apple iOS 13 Public Beta: Here’s How to Use Dark Mode on Your iPhone Apple has rolled out the first public beta of iOS 13. The latest iOS iteration comes with several new features ranging from improved Reminders to special optimizations for Indian users. One of the hottest features of Apple’s iOS 13 is Dark Mode.
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‘My Greatest Mistake': Bill Gates Regrets Microsoft Losing on Android Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates has said that his "greatest mistake ever" was the company losing on the Android opportunity, which has costed Microsoft nearly $400 billion and made Google the real winner.
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Man Who Broke Spinal Cord Performing Stunt for TikTok Video Dies A 23-year-old man, who broke his spinal cord while performing a somersault for a video meant to be uploaded on TikTok mobile application recently, succumbed to his injuries on Sunday.
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