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Despite packing in a 6,000 mAh battery, Galaxy M30s is just 8.9mm thick and weighs only 188 grams.

Samsung Launches Galaxy M30s, M10s in India

Samsung is also launching a new variant of Galaxy M30, which will now also be available in 3+32GB memory variant.

The new circular camera module has been confirmed to arrive with the OnePlus 7T.

This is what the OnePlus 7T will look like

OnePlus CEO has shown-off the OnePlus 7T ahead of impending launch.

Samsung may be unifying both flagship lineups and would launch the new products under the ‘Galaxy One’ branding.

Shock as Samsung may kill off Galaxy S and Note series

The South Korean tech giant could be paving the way for a unified branding to make space for the Galaxy Fold.

Prices of most 2018 iPhone handsets have been slashed.

Current Apple flagships get massive price cut in India

The Apple iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max get heavily discounted in India ahead of iPhone 11 debut.

The new iPhone 11 handsets could come with a hidden trick up its sleeve.

iPhone 11 stuns with surprising Apple hidden feature

The Apple iPhone 11 has a secret that’s allegedly inside each and every 2019 flagship.


Users will be able to link up to six mobile numbers to their Google Home and sync contacts for seamless calling using the speaker.

Google Home can make mobile calls for you

Google Home allows users to place calls using built-in VoIP functionality.

The Fossil Gen 5 Smartwatch is the Apple Watch 4 killer we have been eagerly awaiting and there is an excellent reason for even iPhone owners to purchase it.

Apple Watch 4 killer Fossil Gen 5 Smartwatch launched

The Fossil Gen 5 Smartwatch is a great alternative to the hugely popular Apple Watch Series 4.

Asus unveiled ZenBook Pro Duo, an ultra-high-end dual-screen laptop, meant for professionals, content creators, and gamers alongside others.

One computer with Two Screens: How have Laptops changed over time

The advent of dual-screen laptops has been taking the tech world like a storm.

Zephyrus G (GA502) is an offering from the house of Asus ROG that blurs the lines between powerful gaming and ultraportable laptops.

ASUS ROG launches ultraslim gaming with Zephyrus G

The Asus ROG Zephyrus G (GA502) is 20mm thin, and weighs only 2.1 kg.

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TOI’s report also states that Apple maybe trying to change this status quo and take away shares from leaders like Xiaomi and Samsung, by lowering its own prices (Photo: Pixabay)

Report: Apple to invest USD 1 Billion in India

Apple is reportedly expanding its operations further, with an investment of USD 1 Billion for manufacturing in India, according to a report.

The iPhone maker is appealing to Europe’s second highest court to overturn the European Commission’s 2016 ruling that it pay the record sum to Ireland. (Photo: AP)

Apple says USD14 billion EU tax order 'defies reality and common sense'

The European Union’s order to Apple to pay EUR 13 billion (USD14 billion) in back taxes ‘defies reality and common sense’, the US firm said

Digital currencies such as Facebook’s Libra will disrupt the financial system, either by forcing central banks to innovate or by grabbing a global role that could challenge the dominance of the dollar, ECB board member Benoit Coeure said on Tuesday.

Facebook's Libra will be disruptive, says ECB's Coeure

Facebook announced plans to create the Libra 'stablecoin' by 2020, scaring global regulators who now scramble to come up with regulation.

Reuters and others reported in June that the agencies had divided up the companies being investigated, with Justice taking Google and Apple, while the FTC looked at Facebook and Inc.

Top US antitrust regulators admit to infighting on big tech probe

Members from the bodies admitted time had been wasted time arguing who would investigate which tech company.

The social media giant, which has about 2.4 billion monthly users, is moving to take down objectionable photos and videos after longstanding criticism for doing too little (Representational Image)

Facebook: New oversight board to only regulate content, can't change policy

While the new board cannot make policy, the company will be required to respond publicly to any recommendations the board makes.