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Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro ‘Will Not Have Ad-Supported Monetisation,’ Says Xiaomi: What It Actually Means

Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro ‘Will Not Have  Ad-Supported Monetisation,’ Says Xiaomi:  What It Actually Means But don't expect notifications from apps like Mi Music and Mi Video to go away.

Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro are Xiaomi's latest launches in the India market, starting at a price of Rs. 21,999 and Rs. 27,999 respectively. This makes the K20 duo the most expensive Redmi phones in the market. While the Redmi K20 Pro price in India has been pretty well received, its more affordable sibling has been the caught in a bit of storm about its price tag, forcing Xiaomi to speak up on the issue and India head Manu Jain even penned an open letter on the subject. Another area where the company has been criticized in the past is an overdose of ads across its custom MIUI, but it seems that is one topic Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro buyers won't have to worry about. “For a premium series, like the [Redmi] K-series that we are launching today, we are kind of looking at a different mod…

No Blanket Ban on Cryptocurrencies in India, Government Says

A draft bill to completely ban cryptocurrencies is in the works though.
Despite banking restrictions put in place by the Reserve Bank of India, the country has not put any blanket ban on trading in cryptocurrencies yet, the government has clarified. Responding to questions in the Rajya Sabha on whether the government has prohibited cryptocurrency in the country, Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs Anurag Thakur this week said the answer was no. "Presently, there is no separate law for dealing with issues relating to cryptocurrencies. Hence, all concerned departments and law enforcement agencies, such as RBI, Enforcement Directorate and Income Tax authorities, etc. take action as per the relevant existing laws," the Minister said. "Similarly, police/courts take action on IPC (Indian Penal Code) offenses. Further, in view of the risks and dangers associated with cryptocurrencies, (the) government and RBI have been issuing advisories, press releases, and ci…

Amazon Prime Day 2019 Sale: Everything You Can Expect This Year

Prime Day 2019 sale will bring new products, more deals, and more entertainment.
Amazon's Prime Day sale is all set to begin from July 15 in India. Amazon's biggest sale event of the year will run for 48 hours this year, promising a large number of great deals, new product launches, and more. Amazon's Prime Day sale is an exclusive sale event open to Prime subscribers. While we're almost two weeks away from this year's Prime Day sale, Amazon has already kicked off the event with new releases on Prime Video in India. Amazon Prime Day 2019 sale in India - Everything you can expect:Deals and offers during Prime Day 2019
Just like the previous Prime Day sale, Amazon is promising a much bigger sale event this year with over 1,000 new product launches, exciting deals and offers across all major product categories, and more. This year, Prime Day will begin on July 15 and will continue throughout July 16. As for deals and offers, Prime Day 2019 sale will feature Lightning D…