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Good News Music Lovers! Spotify Launches in India – Top Trending Stories

Here are today’s Top 5 News & Events from Around the World. Take a look!

#5

Good News Music Lovers! Spotify Launches in India, Will You Subscribe?

Image Credits: Spotify app screen shot

Finally, Spotify has decided to launch its music streaming services in India. And it’s cheap too. With a monthly subscription of INR 120, you can browse not only English, but other regional languages such as Tamil, Hindi, Punjabi, Malayalam, Kannada, Telegu, and Bengali as well. If you visit the Spotify page the India section is still not available, however, you can download the app both on iOS and Android to avail its services and start using the app. The icing on the cake is the one-month free trial for you to experience the services and decide for yourself whether or not you want to continue with the subscription.

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#4

Smartphone with 18000mAh Battery, Will You Get One?

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It wouldn’t be wrong to call this smartphone a brick that has a 18000mAh battery. If the foldable mania wasn’t enough, a company is offering a wildly big smartphone that can go on for days and still have enough juice for some more. When mobile makers are targeting customers with a slim design, this smartphone standout as a completely different approach. How successful can it be? You decide. The brand under which this phone is selling is Energizer Power Max P18K Pop. Avenir Telecom in France holds the license for this brand.

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#3

Microsoft Bringing Xbox to PC, Latest Builds of Windows 10 Using Xbox’s Infrastructure

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Microsoft is building the latest Windows 10’s gaming platform on the back of Xbox’s infrastructure. What Microsoft is trying to do is to bring all its software under one roof. For example, the launch of its very own laptops and now gaming too. It’s trying to establish a seamless transition for its users to be able to use its software across multiple Windows devices.

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#2

Science Breakthrough! Scientists Produce Hydrogen From Solar Panels

Image Credits: KU Leuven website

KU Leuven Bioscience engineers have developed a solar panel that can produce hydrogen gas from the moisture present in the air. It took 10 years of hard work and finally, the panel can make 250 litres of hydrogen per day, which by the way is a world record. Twenty such solar panels are enough to provide heat and electricity for a family for one full year. The cost of these solar panels is still not known as they are far from mass production. But the scientists have said that it will cost within a reasonable range and won’t pinch your pocket.

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#1

Your 4G and 5G Networks are Hackable, What Can You Do?

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It was previously reported that anyone who wants to hack into your mobile to steal your location can do so with just the right amount of knowledge and little money. Telecoms had promised reforms that are still to materialize to stop such hacks by crooks. But the latest developments have shown that even if telecoms do make reforms, it still can’t stop the attacks as there are loopholes in 4G and 5G networks architecture. What’s disturbing according to the researchers behind this discovery is that 5G was developed to stop such attacks. So, it’s possible that there might be some serious changes coming in the near future to protect your valuable information from the hackers. For now, all you can do is wait and hope for the best.

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