Xiaomi Mi Max 2 launch, HP Pavilion Power notebook, JIO payment bank, Apple iTunes 12.6.3, Seagate 12TB HDD


Xiaomi Mi Max 2 launch in India

Xiaomi will launch a new bazel-less smartphone Mi Max 2 in India. It will be exclusively available on Flipkart. You can watch the launch event live on YouTube.

HP launched a new laptop range for creative professionals in India

HP Pavilion Power notebook range launched in India at a starting price of Rs 77,999. The new laptops are powered by Windows 10 with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card and latest 7th-generation quad-core Intel processors, which is best for professional graphic designers, animators and gammers.

JIO payment bank will be launch on December

Reliance Industries planning to launch JIO payment bank before the years end. It will be a joint venture between Reliance Industries Limited and State Bank of India. According to the report, both Reliance Jio and SBI are eyeing last-mile customers with the JIO payment bank.

Apple quietly releases iTunes 12.6.3

Some Reddit users have spotted that Apple released iTunes 12.6.3, which is basically the older version of iTunes for PC or Mac with the support of iOS11, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X. Those who have already updated to iTunes 12.7 can still install 12.6.3, but no technical support will be provided for this version.

Seagate released 12TB hard disk drive for storing huge files like 4K video

Seagate revealed a new hard disk drive that can hold up to 12TB. The BarraCuda Pro is designed for professional who want to store content with huge sizes like 4K videos and store RAW photo files. The hard disk drive comes with 256MB cache and a spin speed of 7,200RPM.

A British teen pleads guilty for hacking CIA chief's compute

A British teenager, Kane Gamble has admitted to hacking into the computers of the director of the CIA and other US government officials. The teen pleaded guilty to eight charges of attempting to secure unauthorized access to computers and two charges of unauthorized modification of computer material.

Google has found Russia linked ads on it's ads network

Google has reportedly found evidence that a Russian government campaign used the company’s platforms to spread propaganda. Google’s investigation is still in its early stages, and reported that the company is in the process of separating troll ads from legitimate Russian sources.