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Xiaomi Redmi 4A will be Amazon exclusive, launches on March 20

Although then, the smartphones listed on the e-commerce site was being sold by an unknown seller going by the name 'Generic (Unbranded)'. Moreover, the flash sales commence only on Wednesday and only limited units are available, which makes it more of a task to buy one for yourself.

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Taj Mahal Security Increased After Reported Threat From ISIS

The inner security of Taj Mahal, the biggest form for foreign and domestic tourists, is given by the Central Industrial Security Force, a central para-military force consigned with the task of preserving industrial units, airports, metro rail and various other sensitive places.

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Help find missing Indian clerics, Sushma Swaraj tells Pakistan

The news comes in a day after external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said Pakistan's spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) likely abducted the two men. Senior journalist and commentator Sultan Hali told National Herald that it seemed highly improbable that state agencies would detain such well-known and important visitors to Pakistan.

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Amazon stimulates Alexa software developers with strong subsidies

It will be interesting to see how Amazon proceeds with the further integration of Alexa into both iOS and Android. Amazon has announced that it's integrating Alexa into its Amazon iOS shopping app . When the app is opened, Alexa can be summoned by tapping on a small microphone icon near the top of the screen. Still, Alexa can prove to be useful for those who get their shopping done via Amazon's online store.

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Amazon's Alexa Comes To The iPhone

Users cannot only order things using voice command, but also get answer for nearly all queries. Before, the main way to use Alexa on a smartphone was through a separate Alexa app that lets users add skills and interact with their Echoes.

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Sony Is Killing Off The PS3 In Japan, It Seems

Since a year ago, Sony has been making attempts to retire the console. A recent report from a market researcher showed that Sony held a huge 57 percent of the world's console market for 2016. No word how this impacts North America or Australia. The company also gave no certain dates about when the PlayStation 3 would shop shipping in Japan.