So, finally T-Series from India is now officially the most subscribed YouTube channel in the world. The music company has been in competition with Swedish YouTuber PewDiePie since last year.
MIUI Beta testing programme has been announced in the country for Note 7 models.
BSNL has started to roll-out it’s much-awaited 4G services with VoLTE in select circles. The existing spectrum will be available all its major circles by the end of next quarter.
Let’s take a quick look at the top tech news from today.
- 1 T-Series Most Subscribed YouTube Channel Now
- 2 BSNL VoLTE Service Now Available In Select Circles
- 3 FB & Twitter Will Take Down Lok Sabha Election Related Content In 3 Hours
- 4 Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro & Note 7 MIUI Beta Testing Programme
- 5 Opera 51 Launched With Free Built-In VPN For Web Browser
- 6 Xiaomi Roborock Sweep T6 Vacuum Cleaner Launched In China
T-Series Most Subscribed YouTube Channel Now
So finally, T-Series is now the subscribed YouTube channel. At the the time of writing, T-series has now over 90.49 million subscribers while PewDiePie is at 90.47 million. Later, T-Series head Bhushan Kumar started a new hashtag campaign online with #BharatWins on social media and thanked people to help T-Series become the world’s most subscribed YouTube channel.
BSNL VoLTE Service Now Available In Select Circles
BSNL has started to offer VoLTE services in some of its circles. The telecom company will soon be rolling out its 4G based Voice over LTE service across the country. Starting with Gujarat telecom circle. Up next, it’s expected to be available in Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana circles. BSNL 4G VoLTS service is now available in Gandhidham and Anjar, and will soon be available across Gujarat circle.
FB & Twitter Will Take Down Lok Sabha Election Related Content In 3 Hours
Facebook and Twitter has agreed to process any request from the EC to take down any content related to elections within three hours. These social media platforms will take down such content within the said time during the 48-hour period before voting days. The 2019 Lok Sabha elections start on April 11. The code between the EC and internet companies are agreed upon to ensure free, fair and ethical usage of social media platforms to maintain the integrity of the electoral process.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro & Note 7 MIUI Beta Testing Programme
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 and Note 7 Pro were launched in the country last month. Both the smartphones run on MIUI 10 based Android 9 Pie. The MIUI Beta testing programme has been announced in the country for both Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro. Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 or Redmi Note 7 Pro users can join as a beta tester. MIUI Beta Testing programme is open until 9PM March 22.
Opera 51 Launched With Free Built-In VPN For Web Browser
The famous mobile web browser has launched a new version called “Opera for Android 51” with free built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) service. The web browser offers a free private and encrypted connection. Users can enjoy browsing web with a VPN server using 256-bit encryption algorithms. The company also stated that more than 650 million people are using VPN services around the globe including 33 percent of the country.
Xiaomi Roborock Sweep T6 Vacuum Cleaner Launched In China
China based Xiaomi announced a new new robot vacuum cleaner in its home country. Known as Roborock Sweep T6, the machine has been developed from a crowdfunding platform in China. It’s the second generation model with 50 percent quieter engine. It will have the suction power with an upgraded noise insulation technology. Roborock Sweep T6 can be controlled remotely by a smartphone, priced at $415 (around Rs 28,499).