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Nokia 3.1 Android-One smartphone launched in India for Rs. 10,499

Nokia 3.1 Android-One smartphone launched in India for Rs. 10,499

Nokia 3 .1, the second-generation smartphone from HMD Global , has been launched in India. Nokia 3.1 is priced at Rs 10,499 for the 2GB RAM/16GB storage variant and will be available to buy in three colors: Blue/Copper, Black/Chrome and White/Iron.


Google introduces new job search feature for United Kingdom workers

Google introduces new job search feature for United Kingdom workers

Much like Google search the new job aggregation tool is free, and doesn't cost job sites or hunters any money to use. CV-Library was one of the first United Kingdom job boards to do so; meaning people searching for jobs on Google will see vacancies advertised by CV-Library clients, as soon as they're posted.


Microsoft Won’t Hold an Xbox Gamescom 2018 Press Conference

Microsoft Won’t Hold an Xbox Gamescom 2018 Press Conference

In fact, one of the largest gaming events, Gamescom , is coming up next month, and Xbox's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb is already teasing some of the things that will be shown off at Xbox's booth and on a special Inside Xbox stream. Fanfest will also be returning to Gamescom this year, taking place on the Rhein, with more details to be announced. We may see new Xbox hardware sooner than expected.


World of Warcraft Has Axed Its Initial Box Price

World of Warcraft Has Axed Its Initial Box Price

If you're trying to get your friends into the game, you can now gift either the expansion or the Complete Collection to friends. Blizzard appears has made a slight tweak to the pricing of World of Warcraft . To reflect the changes, the Recruit-A-Friend system has also been updated. . Still, you get everything up to and including 2016's Legion for ten quid a month, and sees you through to level 110.


Amazon sells more than 100 million products on Prime Day event

Amazon sells more than 100 million products on Prime Day event

Amazon Australia claims July 16th and 17th were its two biggest sales day in history, with the highest number of items ever ordered. Amazon eventually responded, saying in a statement posted on their official Twitter account that they are "working to resolve this issue quickly", while assuring customers Monday afternoon that there "are hundreds of thousands of deals to come and more than 34 hours to shop Prime Day".