That was quite an exciting day, ranging from reports of the return of PUBG in India to the new Redmi Watch from Xiaomi.
So here’s what happened today in the tech world:
Return of PUBG Mobile in India
With the brand new PUBG Mobile India, PUBG has already promised a return to India. Powered by the Azure cloud platform from Microsoft, PUBG Mobile India will arrive very soon. But when then? It may occur in the first week of December, as per a new report.
Redmi Watch Launched in China
Xiaomi has also launched the first Redmi-branded smartwatch ever. The smartwatch is conveniently called the Redmi Watch, offering a 7-day battery life and NFC connectivity. Redmi Watch will be priced at CNY 299 (approx Rs. 3,400), and on December 1, it will go on sale in China. Check full in-depth specifications and other details here.
Message from Huawei founder to depart Honor employees
Huawei already has confirmed that it will sell Honor to a new company called Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology. Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei admitted in a farewell speech to Honor’s employees that the decision to sell the budget brand was just to keep its sanction-hobbled supply chains intact.
Facebook Libra Launch
In January, the Financial Times reported, Facebook will officially announce the availability of its controversial Libra cryptocurrency. After regulators and central banks around the globe raised questions about it, Libra was relaunched in a trimmed-down version.
India’s new Taxi Aggregators Regulation
App-based taxi aggregators such as Uber and Ola Cabs have been authorised by the Indian government to charge up to 20 percent on ride fare commissions. In addition, the peak rates at busy times can be up to 1.5 times the base fare in the new guidelines.
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