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Google Move Mirror: An AI experiment that tags your dance moves with pictures on the internet

Google Move Mirror: An AI experiment that tags your dance moves with pictures on the internet

Move Mirror will match the closest match to each of your poses and will line these images next to your own as you move around, in real-time, which are strung together like a flipbook. The result, you ask? A video that plays different people imitating you while you pose in front of your camera.

WhatsApp limits message forwarding to tackle misinformation

WhatsApp limits message forwarding to tackle misinformation

WhatsApp is testing a limit forwarding feature which will restrict the number of people or groups you can send a forwarded message to, simultaneously. While the limit is kept at 20 for users worldwide, the same has been reduced to just 5 in India following over a dozen lynchings in the country.

Duolingo launches a Hindi learning course for English speakers

Duolingo launches a Hindi learning course for English speakers

The course will help English speakers start with basic vowels and consonants before starting to teach learners how new letters are formed by combining two different letters in the Hindi alphabet system. Duolingo acknowledges that it’ll need to tackle the issue when teaching compounded characters in Devanagari script.

Walmart to rival Amazon, Netflix with its own streaming service: Report

Walmart to rival Amazon, Netflix with its own streaming service: Report

Walmart is looking to enter the streaming service market and it could price its monthly subscription plan less than $8 per month, according to people familiar with the matter. If this is believed to be true than it will be surely aggressively priced as compared to the likes of Netflix and Amazon.

Flipkart Big Shopping Days: Offers that you might not know of

Flipkart Big Shopping Days: Offers that you might not know of

We’ve compiled a list of top products that you might be interested in which are getting the largest margin of offers on sale during Flipkart’s Big Shopping Days. There will be extended offers over regular discounts on top products with as much as 70 percent price cuts in electronics, mobiles, laptops and accessories.

Amazon Prime Day Sales: Top deals on smartphones, TVs, Amazon Echo and more

Amazon Prime Day Sales: Top deals on smartphones, TVs, Amazon Echo and more

The sale will begin from today at 12 noon and will last for 36 hours. However, like always the deals are meant for Prime members and the brand is offering discounts on wide range of products on its official website and application. Prime members will get 10% instant discount with HDFC Bank Debit & Credit Cards.

Flipkart’s Big Shopping Days kicks off on July 16, to rival Amazon Prime Day

Flipkart’s Big Shopping Days kicks off on July 16, to rival Amazon Prime Day

The sale starts on July 16 at 4 PM IST and will go on till July 19, longer than what Amazon has planned for its 36-hour Prime Day sale. Flipkart will be hosting ‘rush hour’ sales between 4 PM and 6MP every day, during which time there will be blockbuster deals and price drops, refreshed every 8 hours.

Paytm introduces Forex services, offers Forex card and more

Paytm introduces Forex services, offers Forex card and more

The company will also offer multi-currency Forex card and cash. The service is currently live on the brand’s official website and it will be soon be launched on Android and iOS apps. The company claims that users can load up to $250,000 in a financial year into this card and can buy up to $3000 as currency notes.

Xiaomi Mi 4th Anniversary Sale to begin from July 10, offers Rs 4 flash sale and more

Xiaomi Mi 4th Anniversary Sale to begin from July 10, offers Rs 4 flash sale and more

the company will be holding Rs 4 flash sale on its range of products including Redmi Y1, Mi LED Smart TV 4 55, Mi Body Composition Scale, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Redmi Y2 and Mi Band 2 at 4 PM every day during the sale period. This means users will get a chance to buy these products for just Rs 4.

NPCI might introduced UPI 2.0 with daily transaction limit up to 2 lakh: Report

NPCI might introduced UPI 2.0 with daily transaction limit up to 2 lakh: Report

The main feature here is block payments. Through this feature, customers will be able to block a certain amount in their bank account, which will be debited for certain completion of service. So, for example, this will allow users to block payment till the time one gets a product from the e-commerce site.

Amazon Prime day to kick off on July 16 in India

Amazon Prime day to kick off on July 16 in India

In its second year of Prime Day celebrations, Amazon India will provide users with 200 new products across several categories with a total of 40 million items available for Prime members. Amazon Prime Day Sale will kick off at 12 noon on 16 July. The sale will be live on Amazon.in for the next 36 hours.

Google plans to offer Public WiFi to beyond railway stations

Google plans to offer Public WiFi to beyond railway stations

Google has authorised a report by Analysys Mason which expresses that installing Public WiFi services in India would register 40 million new users to the Internet by 2019. The report also asserts that this increase in Internet usage will benefit the GDP by close to $20 billion within the next year.

Qualcomm QCC3026 SoC announced to bring wireless connectivity to affordable earbuds

Qualcomm QCC3026 SoC announced to bring wireless connectivity to affordable earbuds

With lower battery consumption and richer wireless connectivity, the QCC3026 will be even more in demand due to its affordable nature and could be the trigger to Bluetooth earphones getting cheaper, so as to let OEMs offer their wireless headphones bundled with their smartphones.

Shopkeepers pranked by frauds using Paytm spoof

Shopkeepers pranked by frauds using Paytm spoof

Hyderabad Task Force claimed that a bunch of cyber crooks had downloaded the ‘Prank Paytm’ app from the Google Play Store and cheated the shopkeepers in making them believe that they paid for their products. Frauds misused these means to ‘purchase’ items off the shops whose cashiers won’t instantly look for a receipt.

Apple is reported to introduce Amazon Prime-like subscription model for music, news and TV

Apple is reported to introduce Amazon Prime-like subscription model for music, news and TV

The new service is all set to rival Amazon Prime service. For the new subscription model, the Cupertino-based giant is expected to first launch a digital news subscription service next year, which could combine its Apple News app with a digital magazine service, Texture, which it acquired in March this year.

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