Source: Africa News
On 3rd September, the first AR online launch integrating technology and photography hosted by TECNO (http://www.TECNOMobile.com) came to a successful conclusion. Following the theme of ‘Break to the Next Level’, this launch brings the latest camera phone TECNO CAMON 16 Premier with flagship-level 64MP ultra quad and the first pioneering 48MP dual front camera to the market.
Source: Gadget NDTV
Picking the right budget smartphone can be tricky in these times. Not only is the market flooded with options, but it’s also getting harder to find the right device that offers a great value for your money. the key features that are essential in the new normal is a large battery and a bigger display to make your work & life easier
NEW DELHI— Facebook Inc. FB -2.60% banned a member of India’s ruling party for violating its policies against hate speech, amid a growing political storm over its handling of extremist content on its platform.
Source: The Hindu
Amidst the raging debate about Facebook’s alleged interference in the elections in India, the social media giant replying to a letter from the Congress, has said it takes “allegations of bias seriously” and denounces “hate and bigotry” in all forms.
Mastercard is offering Korean consumers a new level of digital payment experience and security by partnering with Samsung Electronics and Samsung Card for the launch of the Samsung Pay Card, a co-branded digital and physical credit card available through Samsung Pay that exclusively gives users of the app a range of discounts and enhanced functions.
Source: Android Central
Apple and Google have complied with a recent Indian government ban on PUBG mobile, removing the app from their respective app stores.
The ban was announced earlier this week, from that report:
Source: Finance Yahoo
Snap (SNAP) closed the most recent trading day at $23.20, moving -1.4% from the previous trading session. This move was narrower than the S&P 500’s daily loss of 3.51%. At the same time, the Dow lost 2.78%, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq lost 4.96%.