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LG Gram 14 Ultralight Laptop Launched In India, Starting Rs. 79,990

LG has launched its Gram 14 laptop in India. The laptop comes in 4GB of RAM and 8GB of RAM variants, and is priced at Rs. 260 more words

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Google Text-to-Speech Can Now Read Out Text From Within Any App

The latest version of Google Text-to-Speech (TTS) brings new languages, and the ability to speak selected text from within any app, across the Android UI. Version 3.9.6 of TTS isn’t available on Google Play yet, and is currently bundled only with Android N Developer Preview 3, however, it offers full functionality if installed on Marshmallow. 259 more words

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Microsoft CEO Nadella to Deliver Keynote Address at New Delhi Event on Monday

Microsoft India on Wednesday sent out media invites for an event it is holding in New Delhi on Monday. The event, titled ‘Tech for Good, Ideas for India’, is said to be “a conversation with young achievers, students, developers, and entrepreneurs.” 220 more words

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Xbox 1.5 May Not Play Games in 4K; Next Halo to Be on Windows 10 PC

Moments after we reported that the Xbox 1.5 is slated for next year and E3 2016 should see the announcement of two Xbox-related streaming devices, Kotaku revealed more information on what to expect from Microsoft. 459 more words

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Google Science Journal for Android Helps Kids Conduct Experiments

Google has launched an app called Science Journal for Android, and it is available via Google Play. The app is aimed at letting users conduct experiments, by gathering light, sound, and other data from the smartphone. 254 more words

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Mobile Panic Button Needs to Be Backed by Emergency Helpline: One Touch Response

“The panic button in mobile handsets, supported with a helpline and a strong on-ground response team can revolutionise the safety mindset of all, and particularly of women in our country,” said Arvind Khanna, founder, One Touch Response (OTR), in a statement. 208 more words

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Discusses India Manufacturing, Retail Plans With PM Modi

Apple chief Tim Cook met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday, concluding a four-day trip to India that could set the stage for Apple’s expansion plans in one of the world’s fastest growing smartphone markets. 388 more words

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