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JioPhone Next launch date announced

The much-awaited smartphone from the house of Reliance Jio is finally up for pre-bookings in India and will be available in stores from Diwali (November 4) for as low as Rs 1,999 upfront payment. The phone was expected to launch in September but was delayed due to the ongoing global chip shortage. JioPhone Next is designed for those who want to upgrade from a feature phone to a smartphone without spending much.

Karbonn launches Made in India Smart LED TVs

Smartphone company Karbonn has forayed into the smart TV segment. The company will now manufacture Smart LED TVs in India at affordable rates. It has announced aggressive plans to democratise the promising Smart TV segment with the launch of its new ‘Made in India’ range of Smart TVs, and LED TVs. The company has partnered with Reliance digital for the sale of their new range of Smart TVs. The Karbonn has launched TVs in different sizes and the range consists of three models- KJW39SKHD, KJW32SKHD (Bezel-less Design) & KJWY32SKHD, and the LED TV range has KJW24NSHD & KJW32NSHD models.

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China claims fastest quantum computer in the world

A team of Chinese scientists has developed the most powerful quantum computer in the world. Two new supercomputers – Zuchongzhi 2.1 and Jiuzhang 2.0 – have allowed China to leap over its rivals and gain a quantum advantage in the race to build the most powerful quantum computers. These computers are different from traditional computers as they do not manipulate ones and zeros (or bits), instead, using quantum bits (or qubits) which can represent a one, a zero and both one and zero at the same time.

Apple to launch ‘iMac Pro’ with M1 Pro, M1 Max chips in 2022

Apple might roll out a new line-up of iMac in the first half of 2022 with the ‘Pro’ monicker, reports claim. These new iMac Pros would sport the recently released Apple silicon and possibly the new design language of Apple. As per the details shared by Dylan on his Twitter handle, the iMac Pro will be powered by the M1 Pro and M1 Max SoCs that Apple launched earlier this month. There might be an additional configuration than what we saw on the new MacBook Pros, but that is uncertain so far.

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