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Mobiles & Tabs

The Oppo Reno 3 Pro is double the price of the Realme 6

Can the Realme 6, now available online, prove a competitor to the Oppo Reno 3 Pro? Let's compare

The two phones that have similar specs but vastly different prices are available on Flipkart

The 2019 OnePlus 7T Pro has been hugely popular (Photo | OnePlus)

OnePlus 8 series may get here faster than you think, mid-April launch expected

The Chinese premium smartphone maker is likely to launch the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro and OnePlus 8 Lite together

The realme 6 Pro sports a 64MP primary camera that can do a hybrid zoom of up to 20x, an 8MP ultra-wide angle camera, 12MP telephoto lens and a 2MP macro lens

Launched today: realme 6, 6 Pro, starting at Rs 12,999 and Rs 16,999

The realme 6 will be on sale from 12 pm on March 11 on Flipkart and the realme 6 Pro will be available at the same time on March 13.

Redmi 8A Dual brings an all-new Aura XGrip Design.

Xiaomi India launches Desh Ka Dumdaar smartphone, Redmi 8A Dual

Redmi expands its portfolio beyond smartphones with Redmi Power Bank.

Gadgets

Mi Dual Driver In-Ear Earphones come with the convenience of a 3 button operation and supports voice assistants.

Xiaomi India launches new Mi Dual Driver in-ear earphones

Comes with dual dynamic drivers, magnetic earbuds and braided cable.

BenQ introduced Home Entertainment TK850, aimed at delighting sports enthusiasts.

BenQ 4K projectors continue as the most popular brand with No.1 market share

BenQ thrills sports fans with 4K HDR-PRO sports-optimized projector for bright environments.

Apple says the Powerbeats 4 will be more comfortable in your ears and will have a longer run time of 15 hours, compared to the Powerbeats 3, which had a battery life of 12 hours.

Apple's gym buddy Powerbeats' latest avatar coming soon

Specs of the new edition of the trusty waterproof wireless in-ear accessory are out

The first Raspberry Pi was released on February 29, 2012.

Raspberry Pi turns 8; company slashes price of 2GB model

The Raspberry Pi 4 with 2GB RAM is now available at USD 35 - same as the 1GB version.

In Other news

In this Monday, Jan. 11, 2016 file photo the headquarters of Europol are seen in The Hague, Netherlands. Criminals have spotted a new business opportunity with the coronavirus pandemic and are now plundering the needy and the fearful and even disrupting the medical sector, online and off, with fraud, counterfeit products and cybercrime, a report issued Friday by the European law enforcement agency Europol says. (Photo | AP)

Common criminals now corona criminals: Fraudsters go online, preying on Europe's virus fears

Police around the world seized 34,000 counterfeit surgical masks in one major operation targeting so-called "corona criminals" this month

Namecheap CEO Richard Kirkendall said in an email to customers Thursday that the company was banning terms such as “coronavirus,” “COVID” and “vaccine” from the company's domain availability search tool.

Phishing in coronavirus webspace: GoDaddy, NameCheap restrict COVID-19 websites to prevent cyberfraud

Recently the US ordered a site removed after it claimed to sell COVID-19 vaccine, whereas no such vaccine exists yet

Medical personnel stand outside a tent for coronavirus (COVID-19) testing in Hansen Dam Park on March 25, 2020 in Pacoima, California. (Photo | AFP)

COVID-19 home test kits developed by UK scientists give you results in 30 minutes

Each test costs as little as £4 or around Rs 350, while the testing devices themselves cost £100 or less than Rs 9,000.

Here is a snapshot of the website's home page which uses what appears to be a screengrab of television coverage on the pandemic and carrying a fraud message to fool gullible people.

Beware: No vaccine exists for coronavirus, but website claiming to sell it is active in India

The US has shutdown the website coronavirusmedicalkit.com and lawsuits have been filed it

Photo shows a surveillance camera at a metro station in Moscow on January 27, 2020. A vast and contentious network of facial-recognition cameras keeping watch over Moscow is now being used in the effort to slow the rapid spread of coronavirus in Russia. (AFP)

Covid-19 crisis may leave us vulnerable to surveillance

Who is to stop governments from continuing to use surveillance technologies even after the pandemic is brought under control?