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Honor 8C first sale in India today via Amazon, Honor Store: Price, specifications

Honor 8C is now available on sale in India through Amazon and the Honor India store. The budget friendly phone runs the Snapdragon 632 processor.

Honor 8C review: Good performance and battery, but is the price right?

Honor 8C review: Honor 8C would have been a good option to recommend, if it was priced Rs 10,000 or under.

Nokia 8.1 launch in India today: Expected price, specifications and more

Nokia 8.1 launch in India today: The latest phone from HMD Global, Nokia 8.1, is expected to launch at an event in New Delhi.

‘Sun in a box’ system to store renewable energy

The researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US estimate that such a system would be vastly more affordable than lithium-ion batteries, which have been proposed as a viable, though expensive, method to store renewable energy.

Wintertime ice growth in Arctic sea slows long-term decline: NASA

The findings showed that since 1958, the Arctic sea ice cover has lost on average around two-thirds of its thickness and now 70 per cent of the sea ice cap is made of seasonal ice.

NASA’s InSight lander flexes its robotic arm on Mars

The arm will first use its Instrument Deployment Camera, located on its elbow, to take photos of the terrain in front of the lander, NASA said.

Samsung Galaxy A8s spotted on TENAA ahead of December 10 launch

Samsung Galaxy A8s will be launched in China on December 10, and will showcase the company's first smartphone with the Infinity-O display.

Nokia 9 PureView delayed due to camera issue, could launch in early 2019: Report

Nokia 9 Pureview could be launched in 2019, as an HMD Global executive stated that the company was 'unhappy' with the quality of its rear cameras.

Documents show Facebook used user data as competitive weapon

While they mostly cover the period between 2012 and 2015, the first three years after Facebook went public, they offer a rare glimpse into the company's inner workings and the extent to which it used people's data to make money while publicly vowing to protect their privacy.

How Douglas Engelbart’s ‘Mother of All Demos’ changed the face of modern computing 50 years ago

The computer mouse was first invented by Douglas Engelbart in the 1960s, then a computer scientist at the Stanford Research Institute.

Microsoft chief Brad Smith calls for laws to prevent facial recognition AI bias

Microsoft thinks current facial recognition technology increases the risk of biased outcomes, can lead to new intrusions into privacy and can encroach on democratic freedoms if used for mass government surveillance, the executive added. 

Huawei Mate 20 Pro update brings faster biometric unlocking, improves camera quality

Huawei Mate 20 Pro has received another EMUI update, that improved Face Unlock as well as the in-display fingerprint scanner.


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