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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 vs Galaxy S8 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 hasn’t been announced yet, but there have been a wealth of leaks and rumors, giving us a good idea of what to expect.
Assuming the most likely ones pan out how will the Galaxy Note 8 compare to the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus? That’s what we attempt to answer here, looking at the design, display, power and more of these two phones.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is already a massive handset and the Note 8 is likely to have a similar design, so will it really be different enough overall to excite potential buyers?

New Features in WhatsApp

Top 5 recently added features on WhatsApp

Best phone for Basic Use - Micromax Evok Power

Micromax Evok Power

Micromax Evok Power Review


  • The Micromax Evok Power offers impressive battery life
  • A fingerprint sensor is a good feature to have at this price point
  • The Micromax Evok Power is a Flipkart exclusive and is priced at Rs 6,999
Micromax has been less active than usual over the past year or so. It launched the Vdeo series of VoLTE enabled smartphones at various price points some time ago, and the increasing popularity of Reliance Jio and a demand for VoLTE devices has led to frequent additions to the series. 
Now, the Indian smartphone maker has launched another line, consisting of the Micromax Evok Power and Micromax Evok Note to further strengthen its position in the budget segment. The Evok Power is priced at Rs. 6,999 at launch while the Evok Note retails for a bit more at Rs. 9,499. We have the Evok Power for review, so let's find out if it has what it takes to survive in the budget space.

2017 Cheapest & Costliest Cities

Oliver Smith
The Telegraph21 March 2017

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Singapore is the most expensive major city on Earth - and Almaty in Kazakhstan the cheapest - according to an extensive annual study of prices.

The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Worldwide Cost of Living Survey assessed more than 150 different purchases in 133 cities around the world to determine where budget travellers should go - and where they should avoid.

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The Far East and Western Europe dominate the upper end of the table. Singapore, which has topped the charts for four consecutive years, is followed by Hong Kong, while Zurich and two Japanese cities - Tokyo and Osaka - complete the top five. Seoul, Geneva, Paris and Copenhagen also featured in the top 10.

London fell sharply from sixth last year to 24th, thanks to the tumbling value of sterling since last year’s vote in favour of Brexit.

Getaways around Mumbai

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Diwali is celebrated in India with a religious fervour with families and friends and the five-day-long holiday this year just gave one more reason to celebrate the festival.
During the festival time, people generally visit relatives to greet each other. However, some others would want to take advantage of this extended weekend off and explore different places in and around.
So if you are in Mumbai and planning for a weekend trip, then check out these five nearby destinations.

Pixel VS iPhone

Google products on display during the presentation of new Google hardware in San Francisco
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(L to R) Google Wifi, Google Chromecast Ultra, Google Home, Google Pixel XL, Google Pixel and Google Dreamview VR are displayed during the presentation of new Google hardware in San Francisco, California, U.S. October 4, 2016. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach

By Julia Love
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google on Tuesday announced a new "Pixel" smartphone and a suite of new consumer electronics products for the home, planting itself firmly in the hardware business and challenging Apple Inc's iPhone at the high end of the $400 billion global smartphone market.
The string of announcements - including the $649 Pixel, a smart speaker for the living room dubbed "Home," a virtual reality headset, and a new Wi-Fi router - is the clearest sign yet that Google intends to compete head-to-head with Apple, Inc and even manufacturers of phones using its own Android mobile operating system.
Company executives, echoing Apple's longstanding philosophy, said they were striving for tighter integration of hardware and software.
"The thinking is that if we can work on hardware and software together, we can innovate much better," Google hardware chief Rick Osterloh said in an interview with Reuters, citing a recent reorganization that united once-disparate hardware teams.
Under the new structure, the company has begun to take a much more integrated approach to things like supply chain management and design, added Mario Queiroz, a vice president of product management.
"The learnings from one product are benefiting another product," he said.
Unlike earlier Google phone efforts under the Nexus brand, the Pixel devices are designed and developed by Google from the start, although Taiwan's HTC Corp will serve as the contract manufacturer.
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