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MobiKwik partner Google introduces search for mobile charges in India

A new Mobile Recharge Search for India, with MobiKwik as one of its local partners, has been recently introduced by Google. MobiKwik guarantees an easier and quicker online recharge for Indian users with this association. You can now easily look for MobiKwik mobile prepayments from Google Search, compare them and recharge them. Simply search Google Search for “prepaid mobile reload” and you’ll find options to reload your mobile number. You

In India, Nokia 2.3 is priced down

HMD Global in India has reduced its smartphone’s budget-centered Nokia 2.3 price. The revised price cut smartphone is now available on the website of the company. In December last year, the device was released with a price tag of Rs 8,199 in India. A price reduction of Rs 1,000 is declared by the firm. The Nokia 2.3 will now be available on Rs 7,199. Cyan Green, Sand, and Charcoal color

Google has patched Mobile Safety Issue Bluetooth

Researchers identified a security defect in the safety component of Android that could lead to a potential data violation. The bug was detected by the German security agency ERNW and reported to Google as CVE-220-022. The bug mainly affects Android 8 Oreo and Android 9 paste handsets. On Android 10, the Android daemon just crashes without any other malicious performance. The bug requires only the device that Bluetooth is active

Google Says Will Test More Discipline Search Designs

After Google faced backlash on Twitter, it announced it would test more changes and changes to the results of its desktop search. Last week, Google introduced a new desktop search design that adds’ favicons’ to any results that don’t fit users. A’ favicon’ is a file that includes one or more small icons associated with the particular website or webpage and is known as a “shortcut icon,” website icon, tab

Google I / O 2020 will be celebrated on 12 May

Google has named Google I / O 2020 as its flagship developer gathering. The company has shown it is hosting the event on 12 May. Google CEO Sundar Pichai revealed on his official Twitter handle the details of the next event. The tweet reveal that Google I / O 2020 starts on the 12th of May and finishes on the 14th of May. At Shoreline Amphitheater, in Mountain View, the

Users now can migrate images, clips, to Google Photos through Facebook.

Facebook revealed its ability to transfer the content to Google Photos. The company also said that this assistance will also be extended in future by other companies. The company introduced a new image sharing platform which allows photos and videos to be moved from Facebook to Google Photos. Facebook involvement in the open-source data sharing initiative created the software. The tool. The firm says that this feature will first be usable in Ireland and will be introduced internationally in the first half of 2020. With Your Facebook Information you can access the new tool in the

Google Fires An Employee Behind Anti-diversity Memo

A current incident in Google shook the whole tech-industry. A complaint was made by a staff member that faulted the organization of gender differences. It was circled among other staffs, which is more stunning right? To know more about the Anti-diversity memo, read out the following. The charge on gender bias in corporate organizations had expanded quickly. James Damore made an internal notice which charged the company with affinity. This

HTC Spins Off Its Vive VR Business

HTC has announced that it is separating its VR business into an wholly-owned subsidiary. The company is taking its Vive VR headset, and the ecosystem system around it, to make it a different business out and out. Remarkably, reports of the company arranging such a spin off were coursing prior this year, with some guaranteeing the new company had been shaped before the end of last year. HTC’s Vive VR

Google Beats Children's Web Privacy Appeal, Viacom to Face One Claim

Google and Viacom on Monday defeated a appeal in an across the nationwide class action lawsuit by parents who asserted the companies illegally followed the online movement of kids less than 13 years old who watched videos and played video games on Nickelodeon’s site. By a 3-0 vote, the third US Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia said Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc, and Viacom Inc were not subject