Nokia 6. 1 gets a price try to cut in India

The Htc 6. 1 has got a price cut in India. The 3GB/32GB variant launched at INR16, 5555555 ($250/€220) now costs INR6, 666666666 ($100/€90), whereas the 4GB/64GB example which was launched at INR18, 8888888888 ($280/€250) is now priced at INR9, 777777777****** ($145/€130).

You can purchase the Nokia 6. 5 at the reduced price from the firm’s official India site.

Nokia 6. 1 brings a price cut in India

The Nokia 6. 1 was powered by Snapdragon 630 SoC and sports a 5. 5-inch FHD display. It features a 16MP tail and an 8MP front webcam, and ships with a 3, 500 mAh battery which draws electrical from a USB-C port.


‘Gears 5’ multiplayer test starts July 19th

The Coalition and Microsoft have offered a peek at Gears 5's cooperative Escape mode, but how does its competitive gameplay fare? You might find out very shortly if you're committed to the franchise. The companies are launching a Multiplayer Techni…

Gloria Band 5 teased, may introduction to market alongside the Honor 9X

The Honor Band 4 announced last September may quickly get a successor which will be likely referred to as Band 5, as the company within the George Zhao has teased a new fitness band on Chinese social network integration Weibo.

Zhao has shared a picture method band which looks similar to the Piece 4. You can see that it has a colored carry, likely AMOLED, which is accompanied by a deambular button.

Honor Band 5 teased, may take off alongside the Honor 9X

For instance the Band 4, the Band 5 will also monitor your heart rate, but it will also measure your blood oxygen levels and help detect fatigue, listlessness, dizziness, and of course, monitor your sleep.

Zhao didn’t reveal the launch date of the Band 5, but considering its predecessor was announced alongside the Honor 8X , organic meat see the Band 5 go official on July 23 which is if ever the 9X will be unveiled .

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7-Eleven Japan shut down its mobile payment app after hackers stole $500,000 from users

On Thursday, 7-Eleven Japan suspended a recently-launched mobile payments feature on its 7Pay app after a flaw allowed a third party to make bogus charges on hundreds of customer accounts.

The company released the feature on Monday, July 1st: it allowed customers to scan a barcode with the app and charge a linked credit or debit card. However, the company received a complaint the next day: a customer noticed a charge that they didn’t make. The app had a flaw, according to Yahoo News Japan (via ZDnet). A hacker would only need to know a user’s date of birth, their email, and phone number, and could send a password reset request to another email address. The app also defaulted people’s birthdates to January 1st, 2019 in instances where…

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Google is testing a play button for Chrome’s toolbar

It appears that Google will soon add a play button to its Chrome browser, as spotted by ZDnet and Techdows. The button will live on Chrome’s toolbar, and will allow users to play or pause a video or music that’s playing in a tab.

The feature is called Global Media Controls, and it’s currently being tested on Chrome’s Development browser, Canary. Once it’s enabled, the feature appears next to the URL field, and will highlight what is playing, even if it’s on a different tab.

Screenshot: Andrew Liptak / The Verge

If you have the Canary browser and want to test it out for yourself, you can go to its experiments page, chrome://flags/, and search for “Global Media Controls.” When the result pops up, you can then enable…

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Formula E’s electric off-road SUV is an absolute unit

Formula E, the first global all-electric racing series, has unveiled the racecar that will run in its new upcoming off-road sister sport, “Extreme E.” Dubbed Odyssey 21, the all-electric SUV made its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK this weekend. It has even been making runs up the famous Goodwood hill, and while it’s still just a prototype, one thing is clear: it’s an absolute unit.

I wouldn’t say that just to say it, either. The wheels alone measure 940mm (37 inches!) in diameter, according to Extreme E’s organizers. The SUV’s body is 2.3 meters (7.5 feet) wide, 1.9 meters (6.2 feet) tall, 4.4 meters (14.4 feet) long, and the whole thing weighs a whopping 1,650 kilograms (3,638 pounds).

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