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Editor at Technology Personalized, Adores Tech, Loves Cricket, a lazy bum...
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The JioPhone is effectively free of cost since Reliance will be refunding Rs 1,500 three years after the purchase. Check out the special plans that specifically apply for the new Reliance JioPhone. 

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Reliance has finally pulled the wraps from the much awaited JioPhone. The feature phone supports regional languages, Jio apps, TV mirroring and also supports payment via NFC. 

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Google, after a year, has finally launched its Motion Stills GIF-creating app for Android. Read on for more details

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Google Play Music works pretty well as a web app. In this article, we discuss a few Chrome extensions for further improving Google Play Music's experience. Read on for more details. 

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Amazon Spark is the company's latest attempt to use add a social angle to their shopping app. The Spark is integrated into the Amazon app and is currently available only for the Prime users in the US. 

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July 15 marked three years since Xiaomi held its first official event in India. A relatively unknown brand then, its main claims to fame were the insanely low prices of its high-specced devices and its Global Vice President, former “Android Man,” Hugo Barra. Three years down the line, Xiaomi is one of the leading smartphone brands in the country. Nimish Dubey looks back on the first launch that set the Mi ball rolling in India. 

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Honor Band 3 is a fitness tracker that offers continuous heart rate tracking, swim mode and water resistance of up to 50 metres. Read on for more details. 

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Sony has launched Xperia XA1 Ultra smartphone in India for Rs 29,990. It will be available in offline retail stores and features a massive 6-inch display. Read on for more details. 

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Xiaomi isn't particularly known for faster Android OS updates. In fact, they are notorious for launching and keeping phones on older Android versions. But what's worth noting is that the company, despite launching so many devices, is keen to support nearly five year old devices like the Mi2. Read on for more details.

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Mention you are a tech journalist or write about technology and it is a fair chance that people will jump to a number of conclusions, most of which are palpably wrong. As he comes close to completing two decades as a tech scribbler, our Editorial Mentor Nimish Dubey looks at seven myths that surround tech writers. 
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