Mobile 

Sprint and T-Mobile face another legal challenge to merger

The long-time effort by Sprint and T-Mobile to merge has hit another roadblock. New York and California’s state attorneys general filed a lawsuit seeking to block the proposed merger Tuesday, along with seven other states and the District of Columbia. The lawsuit was announced by New York Attorney General Letitia James and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. “When it comes to corporate power, bigger isn’t always better,” said Attorney General Letitia James. Both companies’ stocks fell on the news of the lawsuit. Shares of Sprint (S) dropped more than 6%, while T-Mobile (TMUS) fell 2%. The companies did not respond…

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Gadgets 

Two masked robbers steal expensive liquor, gadgets and over Rs 1 lakh from Delhi’s Art House Cafe

The incident took place around 5.30 pm on Sunday, June 2. After the incident, the manager of the cafe, Surojit Kar lodged a complaint with the police. The staff of the cafe found that the lock of the shutter was broken (Representative Image).  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images New Delhi: The Art House Cafe in Connaught Place was allegedly robbed by two masked men. The two accused were captured by the CCTV cameras installed in the cafe. According to the CCTV footage, the two accused stole cash, liquor and other valuables…

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Gadgets 

CASHIFY’S UPCOMING E-COMMERCE PLATFORM WILL SELL REFURBISHED GADGETS AND ACCESSORIES IN INDIA

Cashify has announced its new e-commerce platform that it will soon launch in India. The new online portal will offer refurbished gadgets where smartphones will be the key focus segment but the company will later introduce other categories like refurbished tablets, laptops and gaming consoles. Cashify has completed 6 years in the Re-commerce industry and the brand is all set to take another leap, with the launch of its E-commerce platform to sell refurbished gadgets in India. The company has announced the upcoming launch of its accessory brand and will…

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Mobile 

Weekly Tech Recap: OnePlus 7 Pro Launch, PUBG Mobile Season 7, Realme X and More

Hotstar Breaks Viewership Records During IPL 2019, Armed With New Streaming Tech Hotstar, the video streaming platform owned by Disney, has set a new global record for viewership during the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) T20 cricket tournament. Hotstar says it had 18.6 million concurrent viewers streaming the final between Chennai Super Kings and the Mumbai Indians.       OnePlus 7 Pro Launched Alongside OnePlus 7: Price, Features, Specification and More   The next iteration of the ‘flagship killer’ is official, and this time we have two models,…

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samsung 

Samsung Galaxy J4+ and J6+ are the latest phones getting Android Pie update

Samsung recently rolled out the Android Pie update for the Galaxy J8 in India, and now, this South Korean tech giant is seeding this latest version of Android for two more smartphones – Galaxy J4+ and Galaxy J6+. The update weighs more than 1GB in size and carries security patch that’s dated April 1, 2019. It also comes with One UI which is the latest iteration of Samsung’s custom Android skin. That said, unlike previous rollouts, Samsung has this time released Android Pie in multiple markets. The Galaxy J4+ is receiving it in Ukraine, Thailand,…

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Apple 

Apple recalls AC wall plug parts for Hong Kong, Singapore, and the U.K.

Apple has just announced a recall, and it’s not the most obvious of items — MacBooks with problematic keyboards and display cables — but rather wall plug adapters designed for use in Hong Kong, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. The company says it’s aware of six incidents of users being shocked by the old adapters and is recalling them for immediate replacement. As shown in the image above, the distinctive three-prong wall adapters all use thick metal blades, as compared with U.S. three-prong connectors that have two thinner blades and a circular grounding prong. Apple shipped…

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Apple 

Apple may add Siri Shortcuts and Screen Time features to macOS

Apple is scheduled to host its annual Worldwide Developers Conference at the McEnery Convention Centre in San Jose, California from June 3 through June 7, where the company is expected to unveil developments to its iOS, macOS and other operating systems. Ahead of Apple’s annual event details about some of those updates have started surfacing on the internet. And a new report suggests that the Cupertino, California based company is planning to bring Siri Shortcuts and Screen Time features to macOS. According to a report by 9To5Mac, macOS 10.15 will…

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Mobile phone recycling 

Global Green and Recycled Mobile Phone Market 2019 – Arrow Electronics, Ingram Micro ITAD, Redeem

The detailed analysis of Market Overview on Global Green and Recycled Mobile Phone Market include Drivers & restraints, Trends and Opportunities, Potential Application, competitive landscape and business tactics for decision making. The market report covers up-to-date marketing information which is important to monitor performance and make critical conclusions for growth and effectiveness of business.The key companies are mentioned here Arrow Electronics, Ingram Micro ITAD, Redeem, SIMS RECYCLING, MobileMuster, Electronic Recyclers International, Karma Recycling, Greencyc, Mazuma Mobile, GRC Wireless As per the world economic growth, the Green and Recycled Mobile Phone market size is…

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Gadgets 

Exploding Pyrex, Cetacean Autopsies, and Spectacular Gadget Failures: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

This week Gizmodo examined the many functions of various forms of technology in our everyday lives over the course of the last century. For a highlight reel of some of the beauty industry torture devices dreamed up over the course of the 20th and 21st centuries, don’t miss our feature on the most bizarre gadgets that were destined to fail. Gizmodo examined the persistent Pyrex glass controversy—you know, the one involving exploding glass. And we reported on aviation’s shift toward automated systems, and how experts have been warning of the potential for crashes like…

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Apple 

Apple’s iPad, iMac, and AirPod launches weren’t just a surprise, they were a smart strategy shift

I expected “one more thing” yesterday, and I was bummed when I didn’t get it. Sure, I was disappointed, but my anticipation for another hardware refresh only proved that Apple’s experiment with dribbling out modest product releases is working. On each of the first three days of this work week, Apple dropped updated versions of existing products with little of its typical fanfare or event theatrics. It began with the iPad mini and iPad Air on Monday and then progressed to the iMac on Tuesday and the AirPods on Wednesday. Nobody would call these earthshaking updates.…

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