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AirDrop lets users transfer files amongst two iPhone users or iPhone and MacBook users. It is an exclusive feature of iOS and at the moment and no Android smartphone has been able to effectively replicate it. But that may change soon as Samsung is making a similar feature for their smartphones. According to XDA Developersâ source, a new feature called âQuick Shareâ was spotted and will debut alongside the upcoming Galaxy S20 smartphones. It will work similarly to AirDrop i.e. it will not use ce
Whether you look at the latest flagship phones by Apple, Samsung, Huawei or even Xiaomi, there is one thing common amongst these devices - wireless charging. OnePlus has been avoiding this feature up until now but it looks like the company may just bring that feature for the OnePlus 8 Pro variant. Charge like a pro. pic.twitter.com/Fqnkpsa0mT â Max J. (@Samsung_News_) January 21, 2020 A tweet by tipster Max J. Suggests that the upcoming âProâ variant of the OnePlus 8 may come with the new feat
India is the land of affordable internet. In fact, it has the cheapest data plans in the world. However, India being a developing nation, it still isnât accessible to everyone which means there is room for even more affordable prices. Thatâs exactly what Bengaluru based startup Wi-Fi Dabba is offering for users in the city. The startup wants to offer âreliable and affordable servicesâ via network points called supernodes. These supernodes are being installed across high-rise buildings and towers
2019 marked a fantastic boom in Indian publishing, especially for non-fiction titles - several publishers reported great renewed interest as the Indian readerâs curiosity kept bringing them back to bookshelves time and time again. Several gifted authors also produced works of merit that received widespread national and international acclaim - here are some of the very best we saw across 2019. The Absent Dialogue: Politicians, Bureaucrats, and the Military in India - Amit Mukherjee
For someone who has not been seen in Team India colours in over six months, Mahendra Singh Dhoni continues to grab headlines and remains a topic of great discussion amongst cricket fans in the country. The Jharkhand born cricketer hasn't featured for India ever since their ouster from the 2019 World Cup at the hands of New Zealand in the semifinals. With the Indian selectors already looking beyond Dhoni and, therefore, grooming young Rishabh Pant as his potential successor, speculations have bee
Ever since winning the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017, the Pakistan cricket team has struggled to make their presence felt at major tournaments. The fact that they are currently ranked sixth in ODIs and seventh in Tests highlights a difficult phase Pakistan cricket is going through at the moment. Their frailties were also in full display during the ICC World Cup in 2019. The Sarfaraz Ahmed-led brigade paid a heavy price for a slow start to their World Cup campaign, winning just one of their first
Our soldiers put our safety first before their lives, brave the toughest of weather conditions and fight battles (which sometimes turn fatal) to protect us from not only external threats but also those on the inside and make sure that we are safe. No amount of words can ever be enough to express our gratitude towards them. But, what about those brave souls who sacrificed their lives for the country's freedom? A freedom, which we often take for granted. A freedom that costs countless lives that a
It's a popular misconception that dogs of exotic breeds are more useful for army and police training than desi dogs can ever be. That's why you'll see maximum labradors, German shepherds and dobermans recruited in the army or police services. But let's not forget, Indie dogs are known for their endurance and strength too, since they live on the streets. Slowly and steadily, both the army and the police are beginning to realise this and are being more inclusive where street dogs are concerned.
Before you all bring up the story of the infamous Tata Nano explosion, take a step back. Especially along the last few years, Indian carmakers have made massive progress in developing cars that stand up to stringent international safety standards such as the British NCAP crash tests - a much needed safety regulation when Indiaâs roads see a staggering 400 accidents happen every single day, according to the Road Transport Ministry. Letâs take a look at some of the sturdiest, well-built and safes
While the entire nation is focussed right now on the brewing turmoil regarding CAA and NRC, there are other positive things taking shape in the country, at this very moment. With the protests and the current political scenario engulfing us in negative or positive news stories, other stories from around the country, progressive or otherwise, are bound to get overshadowed. And that's why, amidst everything you're reading online, we thought we can share something a lot more positive and happier!
Remember Sophia, the creepy looking humanoid robot who wanted to kill humans? Well, it looks like she has a new friend as ISRO has unveiled a prototype humanoid named âVyommitraâ which will go as a trial before the Gaganyaan goes with astronauts. Well, at least this new one hasn't made any threats to humans. Yet. Yes, I know this is some scientific breakthrough and stuff, but, just like Sophia, this one also looks quite creepy, just see for yourself. Humanoid for Gaganyaan unveiled. This is the
Well, you might be thinking that month after month you read about a small Italian town selling and listing houses in tiny villages for the price of peanuts. Trust me, I feel the same when I read and then write about it, but turns out not all things in life are complicated. At least not for the Italians, who have given us wonderful cuisine and picturesque holiday destinations. So in case you have always fancied about buying a âsapno ka gharâ for yourself, maybe this is your time to do some resea
In a move that left most Malayalis incandescent with rage, the IRCTC (Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation) replaced some Kerala dishes on the menu with North Indian ones. A decision that did not go down well with a lot of people, irrespective of where they hailed from. The Kerala menu which consisted of Puttu, Kadala curry, egg curry, Appam and Pazham Pori was replaced with Rajma Chawal, Chole Bhature, Pav Bhaji, Khichdi, Samosa and a few other classic North Indian dishes. Soon enoug
Recently, veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah talked at length about the ongoing nationwide protests against CAA, NRC and NPR in an interview with The Wire. Expressing his opinion, the actor spoke about the current state of the country, rising communalism, and the dead silence of B-town celebrities over this issue. Besides, the 69-year-old actor also particularly mentioned actor Anupam Kher and his views on social media and called him a âclownâ. He also said he doesnât think âKher needs to be take
Game streaming is being touted as the future for the industry and companies like Google and Microsoft have already invested heavily in game streaming infrastructure. Microsoft extended the preview of Project xCloud for Indian users and other regions, however it is currently still in the beta stage. While Google Stadia is officially available to use in the US and UK, the platform has suffered a rocky launch due to some missing features and lack of third-party games. Microsoft, on the other hand,
HP has been making some of the most incredible laptops lately and their new Spectre x360 is one of those notebooks that was designed to impress. The Spectre line up, for those of you who don't know, has a lot of premium notebooks and they're known for their performance and sleek design.
HP recently updated its Spectre x360 for 2019 and it's arguably one of the best two-in-one notebooks we've used so far. Well, I've been using the new 2019 HP Spectre x360 for quite some time now, and here's my f
1917, is one of the best war-films released in 2019 across the globe and on 17 Jan, 2020 in India, that is sweeping the award season this year. But the reason why 1917 is so unique is that the film design makes the viewer believe that everything was shot in one single cut. Set in April 1917, the film takes place during the first World War. Germans have retreated back from the French territory mysteriously and without warning, later, it's found out that it's a trap set by the Germans. The Briti
Sometimes in order to look for some real-life inspiration and motivation to do big in life, one needs to look away from the Bollywood crowd of star kids or big names in the world who are an heir to an ocean of wealth awaiting their reign. Not everyone is born with a silver spoon and therefore, there is a strong magnetic force in the stories of some real life self-made people who fight all odds to make it big in life. Here are 7 self-made Indian billionaires under the age of 40 who are a source o
More than five crore people of Bihar came out together on Sunday to form a human chain of around 18000 kilometers in support of environmental conservation and eradication of social evils. The âmaanav shrinkhlaâ or the human chain was formed in response to the call of the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as part of the âJal-Jeevan-Haryaliâ campaign that focuses on protecting the flora and fauna with its main emphasis on preservation of natural resources and forests. According to Indiatimes, the effort
If you have planned on shelling out on some extra money on grooming products, you might as well get the right one that suits your skin type. When it comes to buying these products, men usually skip this bit and end up getting random drugstore products that can do long-term damage to the skin. The manufacturers of various brands promise some astounding results. Now, when the product doesn't work, it can be downright infuriating. If this is an issue that you have been facing for the longest time,