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Dristi Sharma
Dristi SharmaAug 10, 2022 | 18:57
Snapchat is giving you new features, but there are major problems

Snapchat has just launched a set of new features for its users in India. In this new update, you will be able to subscribe to Snapchat at Rs 49 per month. This subscription will make you a plus user of Snapchat and you will be offered various benefits.

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Ishita Srivastava
Ishita SrivastavaJul 06, 2022 | 15:46
Free visa, UK job? Don't fall for that WhatsApp scam. Here's what you ACTUALLY need to work in UK

A new phishing scam seems to be making rounds on WhatsApp. A series of fraudulent messages seem to offer a job, visa, housing and free access to medical services in the United Kingdom (UK). The message claims that the UK has 1,86,000 jobs and that the country needs 1,32,000 workers. The ‘program’ claims it will cover the applicant’s travel expenses, housing, accommodation and medical facilities.

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Ishita Srivastava
Ishita SrivastavaJun 23, 2022 | 17:51
10 new features Apple users might see in iOS 16

At its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple announced its new operating system; iOS 16 for all Apple devices and now its beta 2 version has been rolled out for developers to test. Here are 10 new updates you may see in iMessage, Photos, FaceTime, Lock screen, Mail, Keyboard and Face ID in the new operating system.

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Akshata Kamath
Akshata KamathJun 23, 2022 | 14:51
How to file ITR? Here's a step-by-step guide

On June 22, the income-tax department opened its doors to taxpayers to file Income Tax Returns for the previous year starting from April 2021 to March 2022. Remember: this will show up on the income-tax website as assessment year 2022-2023. If you are a salaried employee, the last date to file your ITR for FY 2021-22 is July 31, 2022. If you are a taxpayer and are eligible to get your books audited, your due date is October 31.

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Ishita Srivastava
Ishita SrivastavaJun 22, 2022 | 17:52
Health trackers worn on wrist can detect Covid before symptoms, study finds

Researchers have been able to conclude that wrist-worn health trackers can be used to detect Covid-19, before the symptoms appear in the human body. By being adapted with artificial intelligence, health trackers can easily detect Covid-19 by detecting basic physiological changes such as respiratory rate, heart rate, HR variability, wrist-skin temperature and skin perfusion.

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