The push for cashless India has been aggressive in the recent past, thanks to the ongoing demonetization efforts and the apparent shortage of cash. Yesterday, PM Narendra Modi has launched a new version of Unified Payments Interface (UPI) app at the Digi Dhan Mela camp in Delhi
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Since the launch of the game, the world is going mad and crazy over Pokemon Go. The developers have launched the game only in the US, New Zealand and Australia as of now. They haven’t given any timeline about its global roll out. Due to increased load
WhatsApp which is the most widely used instant messaging application across the platforms is now supporting PDF file sharing on its Android platform. Yes, you just read the sentence right.
Xiaomi on Monday announced that it will start rolling out the global stable build of its MIUI 7.1 custom Android ROM from Tuesday, which is based on Android KitKat. The MIUI 7.1 rollout arrives over two months since the MIUI 7 global stable build was released on
Twitter users in India may soon be able to pay their bills through the micro-blogging site Twitter, the media reported.
Airtel has introduced three new data plans that boast of unrestricted validity for prepaid subscribers. These data packs are available in Delhi and Mumbai and will launch subsequently for the rest of India.
ICICI Bank has tied up with Indian Railway’s e-ticketing platform IRCTC to search, book and sell train tickets through its website. The largest private sector bank in India will soon introduce the facility to book rail tickets on its mobile banking application (iMobile) and prepaid digital wallet
Google has updated its Google Maps for Android with the ability to download offline regional maps and use turn-by-turn navigation, even without an Internet connection. The updated app is now rolling out to Android smartphones in India.
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus is allowing users to get a feel of the OnePlus 2 smartphone before buying it. The company, which had earlier tied up with on-demand cab service provider Ola Cabs (for a limited time), has now entered into a similar partnership with Bharti Airtel.