In another effort to digitize Aadhaar, the UIDAI has launched a new mAadhaar app on Android, which allows you to carry a digital copy of your Aadhaar card with you for quick access to your data. UIDAI stated in its tweet that the app is currently in beta and that new features will be rolled out in future updates. For now, the mAadhaar app allows you to view details like your name, date of birth, gender, address, and photo of your Aadhaar card. It also allows you to lock or unlock your biometrics.

The push for linking your Aadhaar number to your PAN card is a government effort to ban duplicate PAN cards and the like. However, it is a bit unnerving when Aadhaar details are easily leaked on the internet, such as the last one where 210 central and state government websites showed beneficiaries’ Aadhaar numbers along with their details. According to PP Chaudhary, Minister of State for Electronics and IT, there has been no leakage on the part of UIDAI, and they are monitoring the sites to ensure all personal data has been removed. The big question remains how these details were widely known in the beginning and on such a large scale.

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Intex in final stages of talks to produce Reliance Jio’s feature phone Reliance Jio’s long-rumored 4G VoLTE feature phone will most likely be one of the big talking points at this Friday’s AGM, and Gadgets 360 has now learned that Intex Technologies is most likely the companies to phone production. A company official familiar with the matter said Intex is in talks with Reliance Jio to win the contract. The Jio feature phone is for users who want to join the Jio network but can’t afford a smartphone. Meanwhile, another report claims that Reliance Jio will sell an ambitious 200 million units of the 4G VoLTE feature phone in its first two years. While we still have a few days to go, here’s a list of what to expect at this year’s Reliance AGM.

Samsung Bixby Voice Support Rolling Out, Galaxy S9 Rumors Already Starting For Samsung, Bixby is a very important feature. So much so that it devoted an entire button to the voice assistant. Now the company is rolling out Bixby Voice to users in the US, which means it’s finally out of beta. Unlike other voice assistants, Bixby Voice focuses more on getting things done on your phone rather than searching for stuff on the web. This feature has always been available to users in South Korea, but only in Korean

Regarding flagship smartphones, rumors have sprung up about the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, which are said to have the same Infinity Displays as this year’s models. That could be some record regarding how early rumors started.

Windows 10 Updates Fail on Some PCs The Windows 10 Creators Update is here. Still not everyone can update their systems to it, especially PC owners of Intel’s Clover Trail-generation Atom processors released in late 2012. and were released in mid-2013. Users have reported seeing a message saying, “Windows 10 is no longer supported on this PC” when they try to complete the Windows 10 update process. Neither Microsoft nor Intel has published any information for affected users. Still, Acer’s support page states that Microsoft is creating compatible drivers to address this issue, indicating that the block may not be permanent.

Lenovo India launches new laptops. At an event in New Delhi, Lenovo launched a fleet of new laptops from the Yoga and Ideapad series. The new models include features such as USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3.0, to name a few. The company only revealed some models’ prices, ranging from Rs. 17,800 to Rs. 74,700. The costs for the new models do not include VAT, sofinal rate will be slightly higher. Prices for the Legion gaming series and IdeaPad 120S have not yet been announced.

Google App on Android and iOS Adds ‘Google Feed’ Google has announced a new feature for its smartphone app called Google Feed. This gives users a personalized feed with links to hobbies, travel, sports, and other topics. “This feed is really about your interests… It’s not really about what your friends are interested in,” said Ben Gomes, Google vice president of engineering.

The search giant has also released a new tool called Google Hire, designed to help small and medium businesses recruit effectively. It also comes with G Suite integration that allows the app to work in sync with other apps like Gmail and Google Calendar, among others. The company also announced a new security layer for G Suite, which adds an “unverified app” screen for new web applications that have not yet passed Google’s OAuth client verification process.

Xiaomi Mi TV 4A 32-inch model launched Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has launched its least expensive TV in China – the 32-inch Mi TV4A priced at CNY 1,099 (about Rs. 10,500). It has a plastic housing and weighs only 3.9 kg. It has HD resolution and uses a quad-core Cortex-A53 processor, 1 GB of RAM, and 4 GB of storage. The TV also has an AI-based PatchWall system that can recommend content to users based on their viewing habits. It also features AI-based speech recognition.

Coming back to what Xiaomi does best, the company’s upcoming Mi 5X smartphone is in the news again, and this time, we are treated to the different color options it is expected to launch. The phone is expected to launch on July 26.

Moto G5S Plus leak shows silver variant Moto’s upcoming G5S Plus is no longer a secret, and the latest render shows the phone in a silver avatar. Tipster Andri Yatim shared the Moto G5S Plus photo and claimed it would run Android 7.1.1 Nougat, Snapdragon 626 SoC, and come with 4GB of RAM. The main feature here is the dual camera setup on the back of the phone.

Tinder’s redesign emphasizes photos. With the new Tinder update, you can browse a potential match’s photos without opening their profile. The visual and UX changes make the dating app more aligned with Snapchat and Instagram Stories. The new design also makes it easy to see how many photos a user has uploaded on Tinder. The new redesign is rolling out on iOS.

Facebook launches paid news subscription product A top executive of Facebook has confirmed in a report that the company will soon be launching a paid news subscription product. Campbell Brown, the company’s head of news partnerships, said Facebook would launch it soon, with the first tests starting in October. According to Brown, the idea of ​​a paywall is based on premium and meter subscriptions and has been in the works for a while.

In other news, the company is expanding its data center in New Mexico by an area equivalent to 17 football fields. Governor Susana Martinez praised the announcement, saying Facebook is one of the state’s key partners as it works to diversify its economy.


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