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#1 The Moto G4 is coming to India on June 22 @Rs.12,499

if you pay Rs. 1,000 extra you can buy  the Moto G4 Plus, which has the same specs except for a better camera and the addition of a fingerprint sensor. Pay Rs. 2,500 extra, and you get all that, plus more RAM and 16GB of additional storage. So, unless you’re in a hurry, you’re probably better off saving a little more and getting the higher end Moto G4 Plus. The Moto G4 will go on sale on Amazon India later today.|TechBot Daily|


#2 Honor 5C is coming to India for Rs. 10,999

Honer 5C comes with 5.2″-inch Full HD display with 2GB RAM and 13MP camera. In additional feature it has fingerprint sensor. Sale start from June 30 via Flipkart.|TechBot Daily|


#3 BBM video calling now available worldwide

Video calling for BBM first rolled out in the US and Canada in starting of Q2.After took some time company start covering other area like Latin American Countries and Middle East.BlackBerry promises new features for the summer, including phone number-based registration, improvements to group chats, and the ability to share large videos.|TechBot Daily|


#4 Microsoft showcases Software as a Service (SaaS) for Indian startups

Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions for the Indian enterprises and organizations which are developed by startups that understand the possibilities and benefits of the public Cloud and build their SaaS solutions on the Cloud. Microsoft aims to provide right tools, resources, connections, knowledge and expertise that startups need to leverage the full potential of the Cloud and create innovative, SaaS solutions built on the Cloud, the company said in a statement.|TechBot Daily|


#5 The all-white Kindle is back, and it has double the storage

The white option is coming both to the cheap $80 Kindle, and also to the Kindle Paperwhite. In addition to the color change, Amazon is also doubling the storage, so you should really never run out of space for books. There’s apparently a “more rounded” physical design, still just a large rectangular e-ink screen.|TechBot Daily|


#6  Dropbox adds document scanning, deeper integration with Office

With new Dropbox features Scanning, sharing and creating files just got easier.Now document scanning through the Dropbox app, and the ability to create Microsoft Office documents directly from the app with a front-and-center “plus” button.|TechBot Daily|


#7 Google Publishes End-of-Life Dates for its  Devices

At its Google I/O conference way back in 2011, Google initially tried to get its partners to provide software updates for their devices for at least 18 months.|TechBot Daily|




#8 ASUS posts details of the latest ZenWatch 2 update

Now ASUS has posted the release notes for its ZenWatch 2 update to improve the quality of display. Improve the stability of connection. Improve sleep tracking. Peek card is set to enabled in ASUS default watch face. Notification will be always shown in normal and ambient modes.|TechBot Daily|


#9 Snapseed 2.6 update brings neutral color picker and presets to RAW white balance editor, blue filter for black and white options

Added Talkback capability for Healing tool on Android – with Talkback enabled, the Healing tool will announce where the patch is being applied. Fixed a crash on iOS when flipping images under specific conditions. Minor bug fixes.|TechBot Daily|


#10 Samsung’s Gear 360 VR camera launches in the US for $349.99

Samsung has set the price at $349.99, but there’s a catch — you can only buy it “on a limited basis” at VidCon, which kicks off in Anaheim tomorrow.Samsung is also using VidCon as a springboard to launch new VR and 360-degree content offerings.|TechBot Daily|


#11 Former HTC CEO Peter Chou retires from company

Peter Chou, who was HTC’s CEO through its dramatic rise and fall in the smartphone world, has departed the company. Peter Chou was last year suddenly ousted from his post as CEO in the wake of negative early reviews of the company’s 2015 smartphone flagship, the One M9.|TechBot Daily|

daily#12 Google will teach you to write Android apps

Google might have a better way. It’s introducing a free Android Basics nanodegree at Udacity that has Google experts teaching you how to write simple Android apps, even if you don’t know a lick of code.|TechBot Daily|


#13 Galaxy Note 7 shaping up to be Samsung’s most powerful smartphone yet

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 might be Edge Display only. The phone is expected to share many similarities with the Galaxy S7. The handset will sport a 5.8-inch display with 2K (2560 x 1440) resolution,a faster Exynos 8 SoC variant, 6GB of memory, 12-megapixel camera with dual pixel technology, and 4,000 mAh battery.|TechBot Daily|

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