Airtel Takes On Jio GigaFiber, Launches XStream Set-Top-Box And Stick With Entertainment, Gaming Platform

Airtel Digital TV has decided to take the fight to Reliance Jio as it launched its flagship XStream entertainment platform today (2 September) at a press conference. As per journalist Rohan Singh, this XStream platform will integrate various OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hungama, Eros and Wynk. As part of this service Airtel also launched its XStream stick which is priced at Rs 3,999. The annual subscription price is said to be Rs 999 and it will come with a one month free trial.

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Don't download WhatsApp Gold: It's a virus

Have you also received a WhatsApp forward claiming to upgrage your messaging app for a better experience? If you did, be aware, it'a virus. There has been a WhatsApp forward doing rounds asking people to upgrade for WhatsApp Gold

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Lenovo updates the ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga with new designs for 2019

#CES2019 – LaCie is a brand that many are probably familiar with when it comes to storage. The company is known for their backup systems, but if you’re not looking for a backup system that sits on your desktop, not to worry because at CES 2019, LaCie has announced a couple of new portable hard drives and SSDs.

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Lenovo updates ThinkPad X1 Carbon X1 Yoga new designs for 2019

Oppo and Xiaomi join foldable smartphone race

The flexible smartphone race has started. After Samsung revealed its plans to deliver the first ever foldable smartphone with flexible display, Huawei committed to beating it to the punch. Now a new report claims that two more major Chinese manufacturers are joining.

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OnePlus Tests Offline Strategy To Drive Growth In India

Till now, Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus sold its products only through online channels in India. That will change as the company looks to boost its offline presence. OnePlus, which competes with Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. in the premium smartphone segment, plans to set up four offline experience centres and six authorized stores in the country by the year-end, the company said.

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