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Business · Cupertino
Apple won’t boost production of iPhone 14 due to slower demand: report
Apple Inc is dropping plans to increase the production of its new iPhones this year after an anticipated surge in demand failed to materialize, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 46 sources
Google to wind down Stadia streaming service
Stadia was introduced as the next revolution in gaming, allowing gamers to play the latest games without needing expensive gaming equipment. Subscribers will be refunded for hardware purchases made through the Google Store, with refunds expected to be completed by mid-January. Players will have access to their games library until January 18th. Stadia joins the growing number of products services the company has tried and abandoned in recent years.See the Story
40% Right coverage: 10 sources
Govt exploring adoption of common charger for all devices; calls stakeholders meet
The Indian government is pushing for the adoption of a common charger for all devices. The government has called a meeting of the stakeholders in the industry on August 17, 2022. There's also a lot of e-waste because of the need for different chargers. In the Europe and US markets, the companies have already been asked to deliver a standard charging solution for portable electronic devices.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 4 sources
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Jio 5G Welcome Offer announced: unlimited data, 1gbps speed, available cities, and how to get it
Reliance Jio has just announced its 5G launch date officially. The launch date is October 5, 2022. Jio will be launching 5G network services in four cities this Dussehra - Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Varanasi. Invited 'Jio Welcome Offer' users will be able to instantly use 5G service.See the Story
67% Right coverage: 3 sources
India · India
Telegram slashes Premium subscription prices in India: Details
Telegram Premium is now less expensive for consumers in India to subscribe to. The Dubai-based company's messaging service has officially declared a change in pricing for India. A paid premium tier that included new features and increased functionality, such as more channels and quicker download speeds, was released by Telegram a few months prior to the reduction.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Kenya Could See Millions of SIM Cards Shutting Down
15 million SIM cards in Kenya may become inoperable by October 15 as latest registration deadline approaches. The CA is purportedly intending to develop a database that will hold all of a person's or company's mobile phone records in one location. New regulations mandating consumers to provide biometric data may make verification simpler in the future.See the Story
Samsung Galaxy A11 Now Runs Android 12
The August 2022 security patch for the Galaxy A11 is included in the Android 12 software. The One UI Core 4.1 upgrade brings a colour scheme and better widgets. Samsung claims that the most recent security patch fixes a number of privacy and security flaws. Samsung Keyboard now offers clipboard protection, quick access to emojis and GIFs.See the Story
Verizon Introduces World's First Mobile 5G Gaming Console
Verizon and Razer are working on the world's first 5G mobile gaming device. The Android will contain Qualcomm's gaming-specific Snapdragon G3X Gen 1 system-on-chip. It supports 5G mmWave and sub-6, along with Wi-Fi 6 and 6E. Users would be able to download and run games for standalone play.See the Story
Bharti Airtel Delivers Best Video, Games and Voice App Experience
Bharti Airtel is the second-largest telecom operator in India. It has beaten the other two 4G network service providers - Jio and Vodafone Idea (Vi) According to the latest Opensignal survey, airtel has emerged as the best telecom operator to deliver video, games and voice app experiences.See the Story
Airtel has the Fastest Mobile Network, Leaves Vi and Jio Behind: Opensignal
Bharti Airtel, the second-largest telecom operator in India, has the fastest mobile network in the country. The latest report from Opensignal collected data between June 1 to August 29, 2022. In the 4G domain, Vi was the best, with a score of 14.2; Airtal at the second with 13.8; and Jio at the third with13.0. Jio doesn't offer 3G network services, so it is not included in this list.See the Story
Vodafone Confirms talks with Hutchison's Three for a Merger
The price of Vodafone shares, which previously in the day hit a two-year low, increased 2.5% to 104 pence. Analysts believe that regulators will be hesitant to approve a purchase that lessens competition at a time when consumers are already paying higher prices due to the cost of living problem.See the Story