Have You Missed Last Week Tech Updates? This Week Tech Recap Is Right Here

A quick recap of What happen in last week in Technology

By kishan B

Have You Missed Last Week Tech Updates? This Week Tech Recap Is Right Here

Rapido announces application based bike taxi service in Mumbai

Rapido has announced bike taxi services in Mumbai which has become the first bike taxi player in Maharashtra. Rapido aims to facilitate first and last-mile connectivity to customers and captains or driver-partners in the city, as well as being easily accessible. Rapido fare in Mumbai will be less than Rs 6 per kilometer, making it the cheapest everyday commute option for Mumbai city. Rapido is also offering customers a 50 percent discount on the first ride.

Samsung tops in Q3 Global smartphone shipments, Huawei second and Xiaomi third: analyst reports

Samsung topped global smartphone shipments again in the third quarter of 2020, multiple research reports confirm. The South Korean company shipped about 80 million units in Q3, moving China's Huawei (which has been shipped closer to 50 million units) to another location to end its short-lived rule. Xiaomi beat Apple Pal for the first time to enter the top three with close to 47 million units. Apple lost momentum in the third quarter, which ended in September, and sales of the iPhone 11 fell 42 million units despite strong growth, reports say. The delay in launching the iPhone 12 series, which began shipping back in late October, has come as a major shock.

JIO will reach 40.56 crore customers, adding 73 lakh to Q2 2020

Its total subscribers reached 60.66 crores in the September quarter, JIO added 1.9 percent year-on-year in its customer base. cent growth, an increase of 35.35 percent over the same period last year. crore. However, the Mumbai-based operator has a monthly churn rate of Rs. Percent, up from 0.46 percent in the first quarter. It said the increase was due to the effect of COVID-19 on-seam integration and the recharge cycle of migrants.

Vivo will report soon to replace the Funtouch OS with the new Origin OS

SeekDevice has taken charge of the teaser digital chat station that the original OS is set to launch soon. This new software will replace Vivo's existing Fantouch OS. The tipster claims that Vivo Is Confirmed this development through its official WeChat account and says that more Detail on this OS will be shared at the developer conference. The exact date for the rollout of this new native OS is not known. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

VI (Vodafone Idea) brings 8 new prepaid recharge packs with 89 days validity

 According to a list on the VI site initially discovered by telecom blog Only Tech, the price of a new VI add on a pack is Rs. 32 to Rs. 103. VI Games Pack is cheaper with popular ad-free games over Rs 200 in the series. 32. For sports enthusiasts, Rs. .42. This pack brings unlimited

SMS score alerts for ongoing cricket matches and gives the celebrities of the game a chance to talk. It comes with 28-day validity.

VI also Rs. 43 for 28 days to participate in competitions and get benefits like recharge and gold vouchers. Similarly, the operator has brought Star Pack which comes with the same 28 days validity but Rs. 52. It brings access to live chat with Bollywood celebrities.

For users who want to take advantage of the long-valid new-D-Pack pack, V has sports, sports, competitions, and Star T Long recognition options for Rs. 62, Rs. 72, Rs. 73, and Rs. 103 respectively

WhatsApp now delivers 100 billion messages a day: Mark Zuckerberg


During the quarterly earnings round, Zuckerberg shared that 2.5 billion people worldwide use one or more Facebook apps every day and that there are more than 10 million active advertisers during the service... New Year's Eve is the day when WhatsApp TSP in general experiences a significant spike in messages and this has been the trend for many years. In 2017, VSAP saw 63 billion messages sent globally on New Year's Eve, followed by billion in 2018 and more than 100 billion last year. Now, it delivers about 100 billion messages every day.

No other messaging service comes close to the WhatsApp distributed numbers. This is due to its growing user base which crossed the 2 billion mark earlier this year. According to a report by Statista, the West app reached five billion downloads on Android in January this year, making it the only other non-Google app to achieve this goal.

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