Mi Note 10 Launching on November 6, Penta Camera Setup Detailed

November 4, 2019

Mi Note 10 is set to launch on November 6, Xiaomi has announced through its social media channels. The Chinese company has said the Mi Note 10 launch would take place in Madrid, Spain. In the recent teasers, Xiaomi highlighted that the Mi Note 10 will debut with a 108-megapixel primary camera. The phone is very likely the global variant of the Mi CC9 Pro that is launching in China…

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Whatsapp Pay May Be Delayed As Govt Flags Risk To Payments Via Social Media Apps

November 4, 2019

In light of the discovery of the Pegasus spyware and the mechanism by which it spread, the Indian government has reached out to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) over the risk of payments made through social media apps like Facebook and WhatsApp. “We are reaching out to the NPCI and the RBI to discuss safety features and in case some extra…

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Netflix, Hotstar Censorship Wanted by 57 Percent of Indians, Survey Shows

November 4, 2019

With a number of shows on online streaming platforms having violence, nudity and strong language, about 57 percent of people in India now think censorship is required for over-the-top (OTT) platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar and Voot, according to a new survey by YouGov. While 27 percent of those surveyed think censorship is not required for these platforms, 16 percent are unsure of it. Most people in the…

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Samsung W20 5G Foldable Smartphone Launching in November, China Telecom Reveals

November 4, 2019

After Samsung officially launched the Galaxy Fold, we’ve been hearing rumours that it was working on more foldable phones, possibly even cheaper models. At the Samsung Developer Conference this week, the company also showed off a foldable flip phone form factor. A recent Weibo post now suggests that the company will launch a new foldable phone under its W series, called the Samsung W20 5G, sometime in November. Samsung’s flip-phones…

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TikTok Declines to Testify to US Congress About China

November 4, 2019

Executives from the Chinese video app TikTok have declined to testify at a congressional hearing set for Tuesday that aims to explore the tech industry and its ties to China, a move that threatens to intensify the social-media company’s woes in Washington at a moment when it’s under investigation. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., organised the session to explore privacy and security concerns posed by Beijing and that government’s strict rules…

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