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What The Implementation Of GST Means To Automakers In India

From what it claims, the Goods and Service tax popularly known as the GST and officially known as the Constitutional Bill, will be the biggest reform in India’s tax structure since the economy opened up in 1991. This is the 122nd constitutional amendment which got the nod from the Rajya Sabha last month. To put it in simple terms, GST ... Read More »

Xiaomi Redmi 3S Prime First Sale Today: What You Need to Know

Redmi 3S Prime, a variant of Xiaomi’s newest smartphone in India, is set to go on sale today at 12pm IST on Flipkart and Mi.com. The Redmi 3S Prime is priced at Rs. 8,999, and if you are thinking of buying it, make sure you read our review before you complete the transaction. Xiaomi Redmi 3S Prime (Review) was launched ... Read More »

Next-gen Bolero Mini – What we know

Mahindra taking a note of the trending compact SUV segment in India, is planning on introducing a compact sub-four-metre version of the Bolero. Supporting claims, the Bolero Mini test-mule was spotted, thereby indicating its possible launch soon. If launched, this will be the fourth compact SUV to be rolled out after TUV300, KUV100 and NuvoSport from Mahindra. Official technical specification ... Read More »

What to Expect: Supreme Court’s Order on the Diesel Vehicle Ban in Delhi

Mercedes-Benz is one of the worst hit manufacturers by the ban It has been a tough three months for auto manufacturers in the Delhi NCR region after the Supreme Court issued a ban on cars powered by 2000cc and above diesel engines in December last year. The ban came into effect in January, 2016 and will meet its deadline – ... Read More »

iPhone SE Launch: What to Expect From Apple’s Big Monday Event

Apple is gearing up for another big event Monday, as it prepares to offer its usual spring refresh of its products. The company is expected to update its iPhone and iPad lines, and introduce new bands for the Apple Watch, at its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. Reports have indicated that Apple is going to release a smaller version of the ... Read More »

Google Asking Users What ‘Android N’ Should Be Called

Google has started asking people what Android N should be named via its Google Opinion Rewards app. The move is in line with what Google CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed in December during his India visit, saying the company may use an online poll. Android Police reports that the Google Opinion Rewards Android app is now letting people answer few questions ... Read More »

What if the San Bernardino Shooters Had Been Using a Samsung Galaxy Phone?

As Apple continues to battle with the FBI over whether it should help unlock an iPhone used by Syed Rizwan Farook, a gunman in the mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., in December, some people following the debate have raised this question: Would this issue have played out any differently if the phone were an Android, such as a Samsung ... Read More »

RBI Eases Rules on What Lenders Can Count as Basel III Capital

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday said it would ease rules on what lenders can count towards their core capital requirements under upcoming Basel III rules, in moves intended to ease pressure on the cash-constrained sector. Government had estimated last year that lenders would need to raise about $17 billion from markets over four years to meet total ... Read More »

What Microsoft’s Xamarin Purchase Says About the Cloud Computing Fight

Microsoft announced Wednesday that it was buying Xamarin, a company that helps software developers write applications for mobile devices. The price was not disclosed but is believed to be more than $300 million. It is a deal that says much about the competition between Google, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft to control much of the computing world over the next ... Read More »

What Apple and the US Government Are Fighting Over

Apple Inc is resisting a federal court order that it help the US government break into the iPhone 5c (Review) of Rizwan Farook, who along with his wife killed 14 people in a December shooting in San Bernardino, California, which the government has described as a terror attack. The following is an explanation of the technology and data privacy issues ... Read More »