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Check out Airtel's latest offers launched to counter Reliance Jio
Economic Times NEW DELHI: Bharti Airtel is pulling out all stops to match Reliance Jio Infocomm in acquiring customers and has launched online sales of smartphones — starting with the Apple iPhone 7 series — also effectively competing with ecommerce giants Flipkart ... ---

Nubia M2 Play
  Nubia M2 Play is the latest addition to the company’s portfolio, replacing the Nubia M2 Lite (review). The smartphone is powered by a Snapdragon 435 chipset and comes with 3GB of RAM. It iterate...

Samsung Gear S2: A Good Thing Gets Better
Samsung Gear S2: A Good Thing Gets Better. Read full details

Shortened URLs Can Let Hackers Spy on You: Study
While URL shortening tools may be useful, the short length makes it simple for hackers to brute force (trial and error) them.

Massive data breach reveals Swedish military secrets and the identity of almost all its citizens
Sweden’s entire vehicle and license register was uploaded to cloud servers and emailed in plain text to marketers. The post Massive data breach reveals Swedish military secrets and the identity of almost all its citizens appeared first on Tech2.

Twitter testing new design for Android app
Micro-blogging website Twitter is testing a new design for an Android app version to make it more user-friendly and easy to navigate

Air quality worsens in Delhi, use of masks advised
Based on the major pollutant volume of PM2.5, or particles with diameter lesser than 2.5 mm, all the recorded regions in Delhi and NCR saw three to four times the safe limit of the pollutants.

North Korea likely behind Taiwan SWIFT cyber heist: BAE
TORONTO (Reuters) - Cyber-security firm BAE Systems Plc said on Monday it believes the North Korean Lazarus hacking group is likely responsible for a recent cyber heist in Taiwan, the latest in a string of hacks targeting the global SWIFT messaging system.

India semi fab project in jeopardy
Jaiprakash Associates, the lead partner of the Indian government's plan to build two wafer fabs in the subcontinent has announced its withdrawal from the project, stating it's not commercially viable to set up the plant at present.