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Vodafone offering 6 months of Free Zomato Gold to customers of select plans

Vodafone is offering a free subscription of Zomato Gold with its select plans. Let's see the plans and the process to claim it.
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SpiritualBeats Review: Is it worth the hype? [2020 Update]

Edit: The review has been updated on 23 April 2020 with more details and experience after using it for over 8 months now. Initial review...

Microsoft Excel Getting Negative Google Play Reviews Because of Surf Excel’s Controversial Ad

Surf Excel's latest Holi AD rubbed off the wrong way on a few people. Unknowingly and deliberately people are boycotting Microsoft's Excel by leaving negative...

Instagram: Top 10 Tricks You Didn’t Know About the App

You might have been using Instagram for months, even years. Despite this, you may still not know some of the hidden features that the...

Google enters Gaming: Play games without consoles directly from Chrome via Stadia

Google has announced its project of gaming platform on demand for games with Stadia. Games will start within seconds and can be played across platforms.

How To Hide your Phone Number on WhatsApp

If you use Whatsapp, then you will know that you need to give your phone number to use this service. But through this trick,...

Absurdly Good Camera Launches with Redmi Note 7 Pro

Xiaomi, the emerging Chinese smartphone giant known to cut prices but still offering outstanding quality, is breaking new ground with their latest model to launch...

Galaxy M30 vs. Galaxy A30 vs. Galaxy A50: Best Phone Under Rs. 20000

South Korea's company Samsung recently launched Galaxy M30, Galaxy A30 and Galaxy A50. All these have very similar specifications and price. But the biggest question...

Christchurch shooter yelled “Subscribe to Pewdiepie” and live-streamed the incident on Facebook

Many mirrors of the live-stream video are floating on the internet. Unfortunately the video is too graphic and posting it on our news site will...

New Ransomware asks its victims to Subscribe to Pewdiepie

Hackers have spread malicious software that prompts its victims to subscribe to the PewDiePie Youtube channel to regain access to their data.