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Kashmir turmoil escalates as mobile internet service snapped in Valley | Top developments

The Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) government on Sunday partially snapped mobile Internet services and imposed restrictions on the movement of people in Srinagar and the Kashmir Valley. The pilgrims of the Amarnath Yatra, which was supposed to continue till August 15, and the tourists were also asked to leave the Kashmir Valley within 24 hours. According to the reports, section ... Read More »

PUBG Mobile Lite Launched in India for Phones With Less Than 2GB of RAM: Everything You Need to Know

PUBG Mobile Lite is now available in India. Less than a month after PUBG Lite for PC beta version was launched for the Indian users, Tencent Games has released the lite version of its PUBG Mobile in the country. The India launch of the game comes almost a year after PUBG Mobile Lite made its debut in the Google Play ... Read More »

Punjab Hospital Opens Mobile De-Addiction Centre

Mobile addiction is the most common addiction these days, said Punjab doctor. AMRITSAR:  A hospital in Punjab opened a mobile de-addiction centre in Amritsar. The hospital also has the state’s first women drug de-addiction centre. The centre is currently being run by a team of seven members, including a psychiatrist, two pharmacists and three counselors – social, occupational and family ... Read More »

Lightning Kills Man in Maharashtra while Talking on Mobile Phone

Akola: A 22-year-old man on Saturday died after being struck by lightning while talking on a mobile phone in Maharashtra’s Akola district, police said. An official said Abhijit Srikrishna Ingle (22), a resident of Waghjali village in Barshitakali taluka here, was standing under a tree to protect himself from rain when the incident happened at around 4.00 p.m. “One more person ... Read More »

You can get insurance for your mobile screen

MUMBAI: New-age non-life company Go Digit General Insurance has introduced a policy for used mobile phones that will compensate the user if there is any screen damage. This low-value cover has been made feasible by a small software that enables the company to remotely assess the condition of the phone — both for underwriting and claim settlement. The software is similar to ... Read More »

Get your stolen mobile phone back thanks to Delhi Police raid in Nepal

According to police, the stolen or snatched phones were sent to Nepal after they were temporarily kept with the second hand mobile phone sellers in Karol Bagh. The police managed to get crack the whip against the racket after a tip off about the gang.  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images New Delhi: The Delhi police is all set to upload the IEMI ... Read More »

Mobile phone sales contribution to Indian e-tailers’ GMV dips in Q1 2019

The mobile phone category’s contribution to e-tailers’ gross sales, or Gross Merchandise Value, fell in the first quarter of 2019 due to demand saturation, reduced discounting, and policy changes, RedSeer Consulting has said. The first quarter also saw few exclusive launches by mobile phone companies, which also led to the decline in sales, sources said. Between January and March, the share of mobile ... Read More »

Australia Becomes Third Country In The World To Get 5G Mobile

While there might be the odd black spot or two in Australia when it comes to mobile coverage, our mobile data speeds aren’t too bad. Well, get prepared to go all hyper drive on that loading screen because 5G is here. Yep – incredibly fast Internet has landed in Australia, being only the third country in the world to get ... Read More »

Call of Duty Mobile Details Revealed by Activision, Including Maps, Game Modes, Characters, and More

Call of Duty Mobile was announced in March, but not much detail was revealed back then regarding gameplay elements. Well, thankfully for fans, Activision has divulged a tonne of details regarding Call of Duty Mobile such as game modes, maps, controls options, and characters to name a few. The studio behind the hit FPS franchise has also revealed that public ... Read More »

Don’t seize rape complainants’ mobiles, say police bosses

 The Association of Police and Crime Commissioners’ Julia Mulligan, who was herself raped as a teenager, has strongly criticised the new consent form. Photograph: Ian Hinchliffe/Rex/Shutterstock Britain’s police commissioners are calling on the Crown Prosecution Service to withdraw a controversial new form issued to rape complainants telling them to hand over their mobile phones or risk seeing their case discontinued. The Association of Police and ... Read More »