Advertisement Facebook is quite open about its goals: the company dreams of a world in which everyone is connected at all times. Perhaps that’s why it’s so difficult to appear offline on Facebook Chat. The very idea of “offline” or “invisible” is the antithesis of everything the social network believes in. However, being “invisible” isn’t
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Nokia 2.3 was launched in Cairo on Thursday. The budget smartphone is the latest from Finnish company HMD Global, the Nokia mobile brand licensee. The company is touting the Nokia 2.3 as a camera and entertainment-focused budget smartphone, and while it ships with Android 9.0, it’s being called Android 10 ready. Featuring a dedicated Google
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The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. 300M-user Imgur launches Melee, a gaming meme app Melee, the company’s first app beyond its flagship product, lets users subscribe to
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Android tablets are don’t seem to be as popular as they once were, and very few manufacturers are launching new models these days. Some companies that are still making Android tablets, such as Xiaomi, aren’t bringing them to the Indian market. However, Samsung is one player that has been manufacturing and launching a variety of tablets
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Microsoft might be working on and planning to release a more affordable and less powerful Xbox console for Holiday 2020, as per a report. There has been much speculation and confusion regarding Microsoft on whether the company will release one or two Xbox gaming consoles in 2020. But it looks like alongside the powerful console
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Fancy websites and services come and go, but Craigslist endures. And now one of its main shortcomings is fixed: there’s an official app. Currently available for iOS and in beta for Android, the app provides a true-to-form Craigslist experience: useful, unfussy, and anonymous. There isn’t much to say about the app beyond that it faithfully
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Facebook’s Instagram said it will require birthdates from all new users starting on Wednesday, expanding the audience for ads for alcohol and other age-restricted products while offering new safety measures for younger users. Until now, Instagram except for limited circumstances has required its 1 billion users only to say they are at least 13 years
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Advertisement Facebook’s symbols aren’t easy to get, particularly for newcomers.  The sheer number can make Facebook confusing for newcomers. With that in mind, in this article we take a look at what all the Facebook symbols mean. From the all-too-obvious ones to the odd and obscure. This is a short guide to Facebook symbols. Simple
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RedmiBook 13 is set to launch on December 10, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi revealed on Wednesday. Taking a dig at Huawei that recently brought the MateBook D15 and MateBook D14 with thin-bezel displays, Redmi says that it is going to the next level and bringing a complete full-screen experience through the RedmiBook 13. The RedmiBook family
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Jio new plans have been announced, and they are being called ‘All-in-One Plans’ by the company. The Reliance Industries-owned telecom operator has followed Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea to unveil revised mobile tariffs with price hikes. To recall, Airtel and Vodafone Idea had announced their revised plans on Sunday itself, and they went into effect
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Sigma, popularly known for its lenses, recently launched a brand new mirrorless camera called the Sigma fp, which is now available in India. Sigma’s camera lineup might not be as well-known as its lenses here, but the new fp is touted as the world’s smallest full-frame mirrorless camera, which makes it special. That’s not all;
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Lenovo-owned Motorola has tried a bunch of strategies, but nothing really seems to stick when it comes to bringing the company back to its former glory. Recent years have seen Motorola focus on affordable and mid-range smartphones, usually powered by Qualcomm’s second-tier chipsets. However, 2020 could see the company return to the flagship smartphone space
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As the gaming industry revs up for the next console cycle – set to begin late next year when Sony and Microsoft kickoff the ninth console generation – economic tallies show the industry to be in good shape. According to an industry report published by Newzoo, consumers will spend over $152 billion (roughly Rs. 11,00,000
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The government on Wednesday approved the Personal Data Protection Bill that will spell out a framework for handling of personal data including its processing by public and private entities. The decision was taken at a Cabinet meeting headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said the Bill will be introduced
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