Jio has revised its pricing plans and increased the price of the Rs. 399 package, which provides 1 GB of data per day for 84 days, up to Rs. 459. Users get 1 GB of data for 70 days with the Rs. 399 charging pack. The review was promised last week when Jio announced it would give consumers Rs. 400 cashback on the purchase of the Rs. 399 charge. The company has also reduced the validity of the Rs. 509 pack from 56 days to 49 days, still offering 2 GB per day. On the other hand, those who buy the Rs. 149 Jio prepaid pack (validity 28 days) get 4GB of data instead of 2GB. These plans will take effect from Thursday, October 19.

Let’s see what else is new in the world of technology today:

WhatsApp Live Location, Sharing Feature Launched for iOS and Android, WhatsApp introduces a new feature that allows you to share your live location with your contact or a group of communications for a specified period. It will be available soon for the Android and iOS apps. If the update is in effect, when you start sharing your location, you will be prompted to select a duration to keep active, such as 15 minutes, 1 hour (default), and 8 hours. Unlike other apps like iMessage or Google Maps, you cannot share your location indefinitely. Zafir Khan, product manager, tells Gadgets 360 that the feature has been optimized not negatively to affect the phone’s battery performance.

Nokia 9

Microsoft launches Surface Book 2, Surface Precision Mouse, and Classic Intellimouse. In addition to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Microsoft announced the second generation of its Surface Book laptop, unsurprisingly dubbed the Surface Book 2. Like its predecessor, the Surface Book 2 is also a hybrid Windows 10 laptop, which can be used in different modes such as tablet, tent, studio, and notebook. It comes in two sizes – 13.5-inch and 15-inch, and comes in various configuration options with Intel’s eight-generation Core processors, up to 16 GB of RAM, and 1 TB SSD drive onboard or Nvidia’s GTX 1050 graphics. Map. The laptop also has Microsoft’s PixelSense display that supports a resolution of 2160×3240 and Windows Ink stylus input. The 13-inch base model starts at $1,499, and $2,499 for the 15-incPreordersers in the United States begin on November 9, and shipping starts on November 16.

The company also announced two new mice. The first, called the Surface Precision Mouse, is for coding, engineering, and graphics professionals. It has an ergonomic design with a flange to rest your thumb, works on Bluetooth 4.2, and can also be used as a wired mouse. It will cost $99.99 (about Rs. 6,510); apreordersers will begin on November 9 in the United States. The second is the Classic Intellimouse which offers improved tracking and will be released “soon” for a retail price of $39.99 (about Rs. 2,600).

Nokia 9 Leaks Again in New Concept Video Earlier this month, press reviews of the Nokia 9 leaked online. Youtuber Concept Creator has posted a new video that gives us a visual tour of the phone’s alleged design. The new video confirms previous leaks and shows the curved edge display on HMD Global’s upcoming flagship and how they could ditch the headphone jack for their next flagship. The phone can also be seen with a glass back and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and is rumored to have IP68 certification and 128GB of built-in storage.

Xiaomi is very happy with the performance of its smartphone this year. Xiaomi expects 2017 to be its best year yet, as founder and CEO Lei Jun hopes for 90 million units before closing the year. The company has aggressively expanded its offering to expand its reach in various markets. It recently launched the Redmi 5A, which should be a popular smartphone given the success of its predecessor. In India alone, Xiaomi has shipped more than 25 million smartphones since its introduction about three years ago, according to the company.

Sennheiser HD 660 S Headphones Launched Sennheiser has launched the successor to its popular HD 650 headphones, which were lafounda 2006. an enhanced audio experience, according to Sennheiser. It also mentions that the headphones have a tight tolerance of +/- 1dB, which helps balance the audio from both drivers. In addition, there is a low impedance at 150 Ohms, significantly lower than the 300 Ohms of the HD 650s. It is available in the US and UK with a price tag of $499 (approximately Rs. 32,450).

Dropbox Announces New Paid Tier Called Professional The popular cloud storage provider Dropbox has added a new paid tier aimed at freelancers called Professional. The company charges $19.99 monthly for the Professional level and offers customers a terabyte of storage space and a range of other associated features. One of the features Dropbox Professionals can use is Showcase, which can add an introduction to the documents and files being shared, password-protect folders, and create links that expire after a certain amount of time. An annual subscription with Professional will cost you $199.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 2 Rugged Android Tablet Launched Samsung has launched a new rugged tablet for the Netherlands, the Galaxy Tab Active 2. According to a report, it costs EUR 500 (approximately Rs. 39,000) and will go on sale in late November. It supports the military standard MIL-STD 810G certification and a display that supports touch even with gloves on. It also comes with a dust and water-resistant IP68 certification. Other specs include an 8-inch HD TFT display, an octa-core Exynos 7880 SoC, and 3GB of RAM.

Lenovo K8, K8 Note, and K8 Plus to get an Android O update in July 2018. With Lenovo’s move to stock Android through its custom fork, you’d expect the Chinese company to usher in updates much faster. However, this may ultimately not be the case. The company has updated its “Smartphone Upgrade Plan” list on its support page by adding the Lenovo K8 series, which promised Android 8.0 Oreo updates. However, the wait for owners of these phones is long as this update is not expected until the middle of next year. So much for speeding up Android updates.

Samsung says it is ready for mass production of 8nm chips. Samsung is all set to switch to a smaller manufacturing process for its SoCs with its 8nm FinFET process (8nm Low Power Plus) technology. This would be a stop-gap fix before moving to the 7nm process next year. 8LPP offers a range of improvements, such as up to 10 percent lower power consumption than 10LPP. “With qualifying completed three months ahead of schedule, we have started production of 8LPP,” said Ryan Lee, Vice President of Foundry Marketing at Samsung Electronics.

Google Calendar for Web Gets a Material Design Facelift Google announced its Material Design language for Android in 2014. Since then, it has adapted its products and services with this look to maintain uniformity across all platforms. Google Calendar for the web is the latest product to receive this update. To do this, go to calendar.google.com and tap the “Use New Calendar” button in the top right corner. Users switch to the Material Design version of the Calendar app by clicking on it. The new look makes it easier for users to see event details at a glance, quickly add recent evets, aofferers new display options.

Author

I have been blogging since August 2011. I have had over 10,000 visitors to my blog! My goal is to help people, and I have the knowledge and the passion to do this. I love to travel, dance, and play volleyball. I also enjoy hanging out with my friends and family. I started writing my blogs when I lived in California. I would wake up in the middle of the night and write something while listening to music and looking at the ocean. When I moved to Texas, I found a new place to write. I would sit in my backyard while everyone else was at work, and I could write all day.