Indian Tech 

BSNL Sunday free calling offer extended for three months till April-end

BSNL’s Sunday free calling offer was rolled out by the company on August 21, 2016. It offers free unlimited calls on any mobile or landline number in India on all Sundays. BSNL Sunday free calling offer from the company’s landline to any operator, has been extended until April 30, 2018. The Sunday free calling offer was rolled out by the company on August 21, 2016. It offers free unlimited calls on any mobile or landline number in India on all Sundays. The state-run telecom operator discontinued the offer on February 1, 2018.…

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HP revs up Z4 workstation, unveils VR headset

HP has announced new models for its Z4 workstation series, and a virtual reality headset, the HP Windows Mixed Reality Headset – Professional Edition. HP on Tuesday announced that it will power its bestselling performance workstation HP Z4 with a choice of Intel Xeon or Core X processors that will support dual extreme graphics. The company also showcased its virtual reality (VR) headset. HP Z4 Workstation is now available with a starting price of $1,499. HP Windows Mixed Reality Headset – Professional Edition – is scheduled for availability in March for $449. “The…

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Indian Tech New Gizmo 

OnePlus X2 does not even exist, says co-founder Carl Pei

OnePlus’ co-founder Carl Pei says there’s no such thing called OnePlus X2 and it won’t release the successor to the OnePlus X anytime soon. OnePlus has put an end to all speculations surrounding the release of the OnePlus X2. The company’s co-founder Carl Pei says there’s no such thing called OnePlus X2 and it won’t release the successor to the OnePlus X anytime soon. Pei took to Twitter to clarify that the news of OnePlus launching the second-generation is fake. In other words, don’t expect OnePlus to launch a follow-up to…

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Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic to increase workforce by 20% in India

NEW DELHI: In line with its aim to become a $1 billion firm by 2021, Hitachi Systems Micro Clinic, the IT infrastructure solutions unit of Hitachi Systems, on Tuesday announced it would increase its workforce by 20 percent by hiring more women employees in India. The New Delhi-based company currently has over 2,000 employees at more than 20 offices and 180 service centres across the country. “We want to enable women to undertake leadership roles in the IT industry. The past trend in India has shown that women are employed…

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