Best Phones Under Rs 20,000 (Aug 2020) – Technology News, Firstpost

Ameya DalviAugust 14, 2020 2:50 p.m. IST A budget of Rs 20,000 gives you additional processing capabilities in smartphones for everyday tasks as well as gaming, 64 MP cameras, sharp displays, solid battery backup and more. Some even offer higher-megapixel front cameras for selfie enthusiasts and other interesting features. Let’s see what we have for you this time. Unfortunately, some …

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Hisense Laser TV claims to be good for your eyes

Televisions were central to the family home in the 1950s (or 1980s if you are a South African), and while their popularity waned with the advent of tablets and computers, the worldwide locks and impressive increases in versatility have increased use of televisions. With more of us inside and our eyes glued to different screens, the increase in eye strain …

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Instagram kept deleted photos and messages on its servers for over a year

Instagram granted a security researcher a $ 6,000 bug bounty payout after finding photos and private direct messages on the platform’s servers, which it deleted more than a year ago (via TechCrunch). Saugat Pokharel noted that its content had not been removed in October after downloading a copy of its data from the photo sharing app. Instagram introduced the download …

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8 things you should know about the all-electric Cadillac Lyriq

This article was originally published by Michael Coates on Clean the fleet report, a publication that provides readers with the information they need to switch to the best fuel economy cars and trucks, including electric cars, fuel cells, plug-in hybrids, hybrids, and advanced diesel and gasoline engines. We may not see the production version for more than a year, but …

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Across the world, 43 percent of schools lacked basic soap and water handwashing facilities during COVID-19, according to the UN

818 million children were affected by the virus and 355 million attended schools that had facilities with water but no soap. Around 43 percent of schools worldwide have entered the COVID-19 pandemic due to a lack of basic hand washing facilities for soap and water. This is an important prerequisite for the safe reopening of schools. The World Health Organization …

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4 ways you and your company can improve flexible working

Did you know we have an online event on the future of work? Take part in TNW2020’s Future of Work track and learn how successful companies are adapting to new ways of working. The world of work is changing rapidly. With increasing life expectancy and changing labor markets, our working lives have become more complicated. The old expectations of the …

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