Tech News (21 May 2018)


1.The Galaxy J6 and Galaxy J8 prices in India are Rs. 13,499 and Rs. 18,990. They will go on sale in the country from May 22

2.Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ have been launched in India

3.LG Q7 has been announced

4.Vivo has confirmed the X21 launch event in India (May 29)

5.Facebook joins hands with Qualcomm for its gigabit Wi-Fi project

6.Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun has confirmed that the company will be unveiling the successor of the Mi Max 2—Mi Max 3 in July

7.Honor 7 Play with 24MP front camera, 18:9 aspect ratio display launched in China

8.Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will come with Bixby 2.0

9.Paytm Mall has launched a slew of services, including no-cost every month instalments, extended warranty, device insurance and easy exchanges, for white goods and mobile phones, as the SoftBank Group and Alibaba Group-backed e-commerce operator looks to complement its offline-to-online (O2O) platform.

10.McAfee developing security solutions for digital wallets

11.Flipkart Apple Week sale: Apple devices available at a starting price of Rs 1,899

12.Apple-Samsung ‘iPhone design copying’ case goes to jury

13.Sony to make more smartphones and TVs in India

14.Tata Sky will soon offer content from Hotstar, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video: Report

15.Reliance Jio plans to roll out JioFiber across India by December this year bundled with Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) services

16.Samsung confirms key feature of upcoming Galaxy Note 9

17.WhatsApp group video calling feature spied on iOS, Android beta

18.The cover photo of Vogue India’s latest issue was shot using the OnePlus 6

19.Samsung’s Galaxy S Light Luxury is a budget S8 for China

20.The UK wants to police social media with new ‘online safety’ laws

21.Facebook Testing a “Send in WhatsApp” Sharing Button

22.Zuckerberg’s Meeting with the European Parliament Tomorrow Will Be Livestreamed

23.Samsung’s 49-inch Curved UHD TV Available at Rs 99,999 (47% Off) on Flipkart

24. Lg group chairman Koo Bon-Moo died at the age of 73

25.Oneplus dash charge may get rebranded


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