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China sets target for electric car quota but delays rollout

China has stepped up pressure on automakers to accelerate development of electric cars by raising the first-year target for a planned system of production quotas but delayed its roll out from next year until 2019. China has the world’s most aggressive government plans to promote electric cars. Chinese leaders see …

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Twitter aims to boost appeal with new 280-character tweet limit

Twitter is testing allowing tweets to be expanded to 280 characters — double the existing limit — in the latest effort to boost flagging growth at the social network. San Francisco-based Twitter said on Tuesday that the new limit, a major shift for the messaging platform known for its 140-character …

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Government to launch Digital Urdu Dictionary Website on Oct 15

Irfan Siddiqui has announced that the digital Urdu dictionary website will be officially launched on Oct 15. Mr. Siddiqui is an Adviser to Prime Minister of Pakistan on National History and Chairman of Quaid-i-Azam Mazar Management Board. The world is becoming more and more digitally and technologically advanced with each …

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Google launches ‘Tez’ mobile payments app in India, other Asian markets to get it soon

Google is spreading into the Indian market with a brand new mobile payments app. News first broke of Google’s plans to launch the mobile payments app in Indialast week and now the app is finally here. Called ‘Tez’ – which means in ‘fast’ in both Urdu and Hindi – the app …

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Facebook Snooze will temporarily hide people from your news feed

Facebook is testing a new feature which will let you temporarily snooze updates from specific friends or pages. Facebook always keeps bringing new updates to improve user experience and it is going to bring another useful feature called “Snooze”. Snooze will let you temporarily mute news feed from a friend …

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WhatsApp testing unsend feature that allows users to delete sent texts

Messaging app WhatsApp is testing a new “Delete For Everyone” feature that will allow users to delete any message which they have sent to friends or family. There is a catch here, for the message to be deleted, it shouldn’t be read by the receiver. Yes! you read right before …

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Certified Android devices will now have Google Play Protect logo

Google will now put its Play Protect logo on devices which have some of their most popular apps preinstalled as well as passing their tests for security and performance. Google has been doing it for a quite a while for Samsung, LG, and other manufacturers but this new step is being taken in …

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Fitbit Launches Its First Smartwatch for $300

Fitbit also packs some new fitness-focused programs for the smartwatch, the chief among which is Fitbit Coach, a paid service with a training program tailored for you. The watch comes with ability to track SpO2 levels, which makes it more accurate to measure your fitness regime. You can track sleep, …

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This new technology will speed up the mobile web and Google is supporting it!

If your mobile is your prime source of news, you’ll know how slowly browsers load web pages. Even if you’re using 4G mobile data, a web page takes 14 seconds on average to load properly. In today’s fast-paced life, who’s got 14 seconds to spare? Hence, it becomes a nuisance …

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Samsung to launch Galaxy J7+ with dual-camera

Samsung is reportedly planning to launch its new J series smartphone Galaxy J7+ soon. This year alone the company has launched four of its J series flagships, Galaxy J7 Pro, Galaxy On Max, Galaxy J7 NxT, and Galaxy J7 (2017) and the upcoming device is just basically a variant of Galaxy J7 (2017). At first, the company will …

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