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All Articles by Harish Jonnalagadda

The Amazon Echo is on sale for just $130 today

The Amazon Echo is on sale for $129.99, a discount of $50 from its retail price of $179.99. That's the lowest price we've seen on the full-sized Echo all year.

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Nest Cam IQ is a $300 security camera with a hexa-core CPU

The Nest Cam IQ is powered by a hexa-core Qualcomm processor, and offers an 8MP 4K HDR imaging sensor, 12x digital zoom, HDR, as well as two powerful 940nm infrared LEDs.

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Indian IT minister welcomes Apple's 'initial manufacturing operations' in Bengaluru

Apple's plans to locally manufacture iPhones in India have progressed, with a local IT minister welcoming the company's "proposal to commence initial manufacturing operations."

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Indian government amends manufacturing policy ahead of Apple meet

The Indian government has announced that instead of providing concessions to a single company — Apple — it would retool its strategy on local electronics manufacturing to level the playing field for all manufacturers.

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Apple could start manufacturing iPhones in Bangalore from April 2017

Apple is getting serious about manufacturing iPhones in India. The company is set to start local operations with Wistron, a Taiwanese OEM that is setting up a factory in Bengaluru's industrial hub Peenya.

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Apple asks the Indian government to ease up on labeling laws

Apple is increasingly looking to the Indian market for driving growth in the coming years. The company is now asking the government to ease up on labeling laws for packaging and provide financial incentives to set up local production.

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Pokémon Go, Reliance Jio, and India: What you need to know!

Reliance Jio has partnered with The Pokemon Company to bring the game to India, with its retail stores across the country turning into PokéStops. Here's what you need to know!

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Apple makes connected car push by inking deal with India's ride-sharing service Ola

Apple has inked a deal with India's largest ride-sharing service Ola to offer Apple Music as part of the company's connected car platform. Dubbed Ola Play, the in-car experience gives passengers the ability to control music, navigation, and the air conditioning through a tablet mounted in the car.

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iPhone 7 pre-orders rumored to kick off on Sept. 9

It looks like the iPhone 7 will be unveiled in the first week of September. Noted leaker Evan Blass posted on Twitter that the upcoming iPhone will go up for pre-order from September 9, with an earlier tweet stating that the phone will release on September 12.

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iPhone sales in India up by 51% YoY

During the Q3 earnings call, Tim Cook talked about the Indian market, stating that iPhone sales in the country have grown 51% from the same period in 2015.

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Australia's big banks say Apple Pay is anti-competitive

Australia's largest banks have lodged a petition with anti-trust regulators to negotiate with Apple and get their digital payments services on iPhones. Currently, Apple Pay is the only service that can use the NFC antenna to facilitate payments, and the banks state that the move is anti-competitive.

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Apple Pay sees an astounding 450% YoY growth

During Apple's Q3 earnings call, CEO Tim Cook shared details on the growth of Apple Pay. The contactless payments service has tens of millions of users across the globe, witnessing a 450% growth in monthly active users from the same period in 2015.

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Poll shows just how addictive Pokémon Go is in Canada

Canada's Global News commissioned an Ipsos poll to find out just how pervasive Pokémon Go has become since its debut earlier this month, and as you'd expect, three out of ten players agreed that it was “taking over their lives.”

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Amazon Prime finally makes its way to India, 60-day trial available

Amazon has finally launched its Prime service in India. The service offers free (and unlimited) one-day and two-day delivery options across 100 cities in India, with no minimum order amount for delivery.

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Verizon agrees to buy Yahoo for $4.83 billion

Yahoo has agreed to sell its core business to Verizon for $4.83 billion, signaling an end to one of the internet's most pioneering companies. Under the deal, Verizon will acquire Yahoo's search, mail and instant messaging services, along with its ad platform and a few real estate holdings.

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Ford expands CarPlay to all 2017 vehicles

Ford announced earlier this year that it would bring Android Auto and Apple CarPlay to all of its 2017 models equipped with the Sync 3 infotainment system. The company has now confirmed that it will integrate Sync 3 in all 2017 cars, SUVs, light trucks and electrified vehicles.

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Pokémon Go team leaders revealed, new pokémon and trading feature incoming!

At Comic-Con, CEO of Niantic John Hanke talked about the initial rollout of Pokémon Go and new features that will be making their debut in the coming years, including the addition of new pokémon and a trading feature that will allow players to trade pokémon

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Limited edition Olympic Apple Watch nylon bands will be up for sale exclusively in Rio

Apple will sell limited edition Apple Watch nylon bands during the Olympic games in Rio. There will be 14 different bands on offer, with each referencing the national flag of a country. The bands will be exclusively sold at the Apple Store in Village Mall in Barra da Tijuca, according to GQ.

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Pokémon Go launches in Japan with sponsored gyms

Pokémon Go has made its debut in Japan, and the game is seeing its first commercial tie-in. Over 3,000 McDonald's outlets spread across the country have been turned into gyms, allowing players to battle and take control of the locations for their teams.

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Latest Opera developer build adds an RSS reader and Chromecast support

The latest developer build (40.0.2296.0) of Opera's desktop browser is here, bringing a native RSS reader as well as support for Google Cast. If you use a Chromecast, you can now install the Google Cast extension from the store and throw content to the device directly from the browser.

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