Xiaomi is back with its Mi Super Sale in India. The sale has already begun, and will end on August 18. The sale is offering up to Rs. 8,000 off on many smartphones, and up to additional Rs. 2,000 off with Mi Exchange on select smartphones. The additional exchange discount offer is applicable on Xiaomi Mi A2, Redmi Y3, and Poco F1. Phones like Redmi Note 7 Pro, Redmi Note 7S, Redmi 7, Redmi 7A, Redmi 6, Redmi 6 Pro, and more are listed with discount and offers on the Mi.com website.The Redmi Note 7S and Redmi Note 7 Pro are listed with offers on the site. The Redmi Note 7S is currently priced at Rs. 9,999 for the 3GB 32GB variant, and goes up to Rs. 11,999 for the 4GB 64GB model. This means that the Redmi Note 7S is listed with a price cut of Rs. 1,000. Other offers include 5 percent cashback with HDFC debit cards, no cost EMI options, Mi Exchange option, and up to 1120GB data and unlimited calling for Airtel customers.
ORLANDO, Fla. An ex employee at Walt Disney World 's Typhoon Lagoon went into an employee locker room and stole credit cards, gift cards and various items, authorities say, WESH reports.
The first promo for new docuseries STRAIGHT UP STEVE AUSTIN, a interview-based series hosted by â€œStone Coldâ€ Steve Austin. The seven-half hour episode series, produced by Wilshire Studios with Steve Austin and Dave Barsky (â€œDirty Jobsâ€) as executive producers, will air on USA Network on Mondays at 11/10c following WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW, beginning August 12. In each episode, Austin and a celebrity guest swap stories about their lives and careers during one-of-a-kind custom-tailored adventures in different cities across America. In this unique interview format, thereâ€™s no studio, no couch and no cue cards -- just a straight up good time and some good old-fashioned American fun. Guests include country singer and actor Trace Adkins, NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Jr., comedian Gabriel Iglesias, WWE Superstar Becky Lynch, NFL Quarterback Baker Mayfield, actor and retired United States Marine Corps Reserve officer Rob Riggle, and star of â€œImpractical Jokersâ€ Sal Vulcano.
Binance, which ranks as the top exchange by volume traded, said in a company statement today that the individual had demanded 300 bitcoin the equivalent of more than $3 million to halt the release of 10,000 photos showing "know your customer" data from the organization.KYC, which stands for Know Your Customer, are images obtained by the exchange to verify the identities of its users. Such data can include ID cards, driving licenses and face scans.
The future of Philippe Coutinho looks set to be one of the key talking points in the last days of the summer transfer window.The Barcelona star is available for a move after falling out of favour at the Nou Camp, with a one year loan deal and an option to buy on the cards.
The Flipkart National Shopping Days sale includes discounts on smartphones some of these smartphone deals have already been revealed by Flipkart. During the sale, Flipkart will be offering discounts on Xiaomi, Realme, Oppo, Vivo and Honor smartphones.Buyers who have ICICI Bank debit and credit cards will also get an additional discount of 10% during the National Shopping Days sale this year. Apart from this, there will be No Cost EMI offers on all major credit cards, extra exchange discounts and more.
Apple rolled out its virtual credit card on Tuesday, working with bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc on the new iPhone add on that may help Apple diversify from device sales and build out the Wall Street bank's new consumer business.Apple announced the card in March, aiming to draw in iPhone owners by offering a card with 2 percent cashback on purchases with the Apple Pay service, no fees, an app to manage related finances, and a focus on data privacy.
Fulham manager Scott Parker has claimed that he still expects Ryan Sessegnon to be at the club when the transfer window closes next Thursday.The England U21 international has been heavily tipped to leave Craven Cottage this summer with a move to Spurs on the cards.
Naturally, many Windows 7 users would undoubtedly prefer that Microsoft continue to support their favorite OS indefinitely; but the tech giant has made it clear that this isn't in the cards despite 7's still significant market share. Microsoft has a vision for the future of Windows, and it doesn't lie in significant, infrequent OS changes (such as XP, 7, and 8). Instead, it sees Windows as a platform: a "live service" that can be updated, changed, and sometimes broken, on a whim over time.The purpose of today's article is to present some intriguing new Windows usage information. Data provided by NetApplications reveals that Windows 10 usage now sits at around 48 percent.
The suspect arrested for the murder of University of Mississippi student Ally Kostial reportedly had blood on his clothes when he was arrested and authorities found a weapon in his truck.According to the Oxford Eagle, authorities had tracked Brandon Theesfeld 's cell phone and credit cards to Memphis, and Memphis Police arrested the suspect at a gas station there on Monday.
The first reports about this error came in from Washington, D.C. and San Diego but later users from as far as Paris were reporting similar problems as well. Some also reported that they had experienced the same thing with Uber Eats as well.Some users had received alerts from their banks about the substantial charges or the holds that had been placed on their credit cards. Uber confirmed to the Washington Post that it has addressed the issue and also apologized for it.
A tournament that appeared predictable and at the mercy of the rain gods in its first half got a fresh lease of life in the second, and Sunday s heart stopping finale was the proverbial icing on the cake at this year s World Cup.A wet World Cup seemed on the cards after a record four matches were either abandoned or called off with the governing International Cricket Council (ICC) drawing flak for no reserve day provision for the group games.
A wet World Cup seemed on the cards after a record four matches were either abandoned or called off with the governing International Cricket Council (ICC) drawing flak for no reserve day provision for the group games. "We put men on the moon, so why can #39;t we have a reserve day, when actually this tournament is a long tournament? " asked an amused Steve Rhodes, who has since been sacked as Bangladesh coach.
The MRW S3 can read data off UHS II cards at speeds up to 300MB s which is typically the speed only pro photographers and videographers need this kind of speed. The world s fastest UHS II SD and microSD card reader handles everything from high resolution RAW image files to 4K videos and allows the user to maximize their creativity affording more time to spend on retouching and editing content, said Sony.
Amazon Prime Day starts July 15, and Samsung is getting on to the bandwagon with offers and discounts on its Galaxy M series phones. There's also going to be a new colour variant of the Samsung Galaxy M40 available on July 15 and July 16 for the same price as the other colour variants. Other Samsung Galaxy M series phones that are part of the Amazon Prime Day celebration include the Samsung Galaxy M30, Samsung Galaxy M20, and Samsung Galaxy M10.Samsung Galaxy M40 new Cocktail Orange colour option will be available during the two day Amazon Prime Day 2019 sale. It is currently available in Midnight Blue and Seawater Blue gradient colour options. Its price in India is set at Rs. 19,990 for the lone 6GB RAM 128GB storage configuration, and the Cocktail Orange colour option will also be available with the same price tag. There's also 10 percent off on HDFC debit and credit cards, and an extra Rs. 3,000 off on exchange of old phones.
Police in London have launched an autism card program aimed at improving interactions between officers and people with autism.
HMD Global had launched its latest budget-centric smartphone, the Nokia 3.2, in India in two variants - 3GB RAM with 32GB internal storage priced at Rs 10,790 and the 2GB RAM with 16GB storage variant priced at Rs 8,990. After a recent price cut, the prices have been slashed to Rs 8,150 and Rs 9,410, respectively. The Nokia 3.2 is a sub-Rs 10,000 smartphone and it offers some attractive features like a waterdrop display, long-lasting battery dedicated Google Assistant button and three years of monthly security patches among others. But is it a capable device that's worth your money? We used the smartphone for some time and here's our review of it. Design and Display Nokia 3.2 has a plastic unibody and it comes in Black and Steel colours. We received the Black colour variant for review. The back gives an attractive look with a glossy finish, which attracts a lot of fingerprints and smudges. Nokia does not ship a protective case in the retail package, so you'll have to buy one separately. Other than that, you have the Nokia and Android One branding as usual. At the back, the phone features a single camera setup and LED flash at the top-centre position. Just beneath the camera, there a fingerprint sensor, which is easily accessible with your finger. Do keep in mind that the 2GB RAM variant of the Nokia 3.2 lacks a fingerprint sensor. The fingerprint scanner on the 3GB variant which we received is pretty fast and accurate. However, the same can not be said for the face unlock. It takes a while to unlock the phone when you use the face unlock feature. We advise you to go with the fingerprint scanner as it was a lot quicker than the face unlock. The right side of the device features volume controls and power on/off button. The power button has an LED notification light which glows while charging as well. The left side of the phone features a SIM slot that comes loaded with a triple card slot that can house two Nano SIM cards and a microSD card. There is also a Google Assistant button on the left that will let you quickly access it with a simple tap. The button is convenient and is pretty quick at launching Assistant. The top of the device features a headphone jack and on the bottom, there is a micro USB port which is next to a single speaker grille. The Nokia 3.2 flaunts a display with a waterdrop notch. The bezels on both the right and left sides are comparatively thin, but there is thick chin bezels at the bottom. It has a 6.26-inch HD+ display with a screen resolution 1520 x 720 pixels along with a 19:9 aspect ratio and 269 ppi pixel density. The screen is quite big and it is difficult to reach the corner of the screen with a single hand. The display looks good and the viewing angles are decent enough. The Nokia 3.2 display offers good colour reproduction and viewing angles. We found the brightness levels quite good in indoor conditions, but we found it quite difficult to read the display in sunlight. There is also Night Light mode which can be enabled for a comfortable screen viewing experience at night. It does not come with the Widevine L1 certification, which means despite being an HD+ screen, the display will not be able to stream content on Netflix and Amazon in HD. Hardware and Software Nokia 3.2 is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 429 chipset coupled with Adreno 504 GPU. This device is certainly not a powerful one with this processor and you shouldnâ€™t expect it to perform well. We were able to play casual games like Subway Surfers and Candy Crush on our device but the phone really struggles with high-end games like Asphalt 9 or PUBG Mobile. On the software front, the Nokia 3.2 runs stock Android 9.0 Pie which means no unnecessary bloatware and pre-loaded apps. T The phone has various gestures such as a swipe fingerprint for notifications, turn over the phone to reject a call and a camera shortcut on the screen. Camera Nokia 3.2 does not feature any dual camera setup which has become a standard norm even in the budget segment these days. Rather it just features a single 13-megapixel rear sensor with f/2.2 aperture and 1.12 micron pixels and on the front, it has a 5-megapixel sensor f/2.2 front-facing camera and 77-degree field of view for selfies and video calling. The phone uses the front camera for the face unlock feature too. The camera UI offers just three basic modes - photo, video, and square. The phone lacks modes like bokeh, AR stickers, portrait light effects and more which other phones offer at this price point. Overall in the camera department, we can say that Nokia 3.2 has a decent pair of cameras but it can not be certainly called the USP of the phone. Battery and Connectivity One of the key highlights of the Nokia 3.2 is its big 4000mAh battery which easily lasts a day and a half with medium-to-heavy usage on a single charge. Our usage included checking e-mails, checking social media, some calls, music streaming, and casual gaming.