Tech Tunes #5

Vodafone - Idea new prepaid tarifplarns



Vodafone ldea Limited (VIL) today announced new
tarifs for its prepaid products and services that will be
valid across India starting midnight of 3 December
2019. The new prepaid plans carrying talk time and
data benetits start trom as low as Rs 19 and go as high
as Rs 2,399. One noticeable change is the rollback of
the truly unlimited calling tacility for off-net calls
(Vodafone to other networks) to 1000-3000 mins of
FUP.

Realme split from Oppo




Smartphone brand Realme might soon split from
Oppo to operate independently as per a report by
Digitimes. Both the Oppo and Realme are subsidiaries
of BBK Electronics Corporation, a Guangzhou-based
conglomerate that also owns Vivo and OnePlus
Chung Hsiang-Wei, Chief Commercial Officer, Realme
Taiwan said, "The brand is expected to develop its
Own ecosystem in the future, complete with
production lines it the business continues to grow at
the current pace," Digitimes quoted.


Flipkart Big Shopping Day Sale



Flipkart is hosting the Big Shopping Days sale on its
platform starting today on December 1 with deals and
discounts on a range of smartphones, tablets, and
laptops. The ofter period will be active until December
5, which could be the best time to buy Apple's iPads
and MacBook Air as well.

During the five day sale period, customers can also
avail an instant discount of 10 per cent on payments
using HDFC Bank cards. However, the bank discount
will not be valid on the purchase of MacBook Air
Retina, MacBook Pro, iPad (6th Gen), iPad (7th Gen),
iPad Air, and iPad Pro.


Jio Fiber New Plans



Reliance JioFiber has added two new prepaid
broadband plans starting at Rs 199 weekly and Rs 351
monthly. The new plans are listed on the Reliance
Jiotiber website as part of a release posted online,
though officialy the plans for the broadband sevice
still start at Rs 699 per month, and go up to Rs 8,499
per month


Google Maps Incognito Mode



Amidst growing concerns ot online behaviour tagging
Google added new options for the users to better
control their activity including the teature to
automaticaly delete location history, searches, and
more. Among the new privacy improvements, Google
included a new Incognito Mode for Maps, which
prevents the company trom saving your Maps Activity
to your Google Account.

Samsung Galaxy A series New
Smartphones



Samsung is working to revamp its 2020 Galaxy
A-series smartphones with new design and higher
storage. Previously, details about Galaxy A51 and the
budget Galaxy A11 surfaced online. A new report has
revealed that Samsung Galaxy A11, A31, and A41 wll
have model numbers SM-A11SF, 315F, 415F
respectively. The three devices are in development,
according to tipster Ishan Agarwal and will come in
better storage variants of 64GB and 128GB.



iPhone into iPod



Apple discontinued iPod Classic (sixth-generation,
2007), its last iPod with the classic click wheel in 2014.
For those who miss the iconic design, there's some
good news. Elvin Hu who is an 105 developer has
designed aniPhone app that will turn the smartphone
into an iPod Classic complete with haptic feedback,
click sounds, and Cover Flow album above the click
wheel.


Chinese Facial Recognition




China on Sunday put into effect new regulations that
require Chinese telecom carriers to scan the faces of
Users registering new mobile phone services, a move
the government says is aimed at cracking down on
fraud.

The rules, first announced in September, mean
millions more people will come under the purview of
facial recognition technology in China.






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