Ranveer Singh on a High After Recently Released Simmba as Now Gully Boy Too May Breach Rs 200 Crore Mark

Impact analysis · Box Office revenue for PVR / Inox estimated to grow at least 30% YoY in Q4FY19 based on Hindi movie collection estimates; second consecutive quarter with over 20%YoY growth despite the failure of Thackeray and an average performance by Manikarnika. Outperformance in Eng/Hindi may drive this growth further · Gully Boy estimated to report lifetime Box Office…

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Attention TV Viewers! TRAI Has Now Extended the Deadline to 31st March for Consumers to Select Their Favourite TV Channels

New Regulatory Framework for Smooth Migration

Due to hardships being faced by the Consumers / TV viewers, whose Pay Channels had been deactivated for not exercising the options. While they are migrating to the new framework. Hence  TRAI has extended  time up to 31st  March 2019 for those subscribers who have not exercised their option yet. TRAI has now requested all DPOs to create ‘Best Fit…

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Google Creates a New Encryption Method for Low-End Android Smartphones

Google

Google has created a special encryption method for cheaper entry-level Android smartphones called Adiantum which would be an optional part of Android distributions going forward. To ensure that all devices are encrypted, Adiantum is an innovation in cryptography, designed to make storage encryption more efficient for devices without cryptographic acceleration. low budget Android smartphones do not come with the processing…

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Car May Be Operated With Fingerprint

Fingerprint

From smartphones to tablets and PCs, fingerprint unlocking has seen a gradual surge in popularity in the last couple of years. However, the technology is now shifting gears and moving to a new territory: cars. According to a report by The Korean Herald, South Korean auto giant Hyundai has showcased a car that will allow drivers to unlock and start…

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For TV Viewers Second TV / Additional TV Connection Network Capacity Fee (NCF) is Not Mandatory As Per TRAI PR No: 10/2019 Dt. 8 Feb. 2019

TRAI

The regulation does not prohibit  service providers to offer discount or lower Network Capacity Fee for Second TV/ Additional TV connections in same location/ home. It has been clarified by the TRAI that the Regulation provides a capping of Rs. 130/- as Network Capacity Fee (NCF) for 100 Standard Definition ( SD ) Channels  & Rs. 20/- for the slab…

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Extension Of Time For Receiving Comments & Counter Comments On The Consultation Paper On Review Of Television Audience Measurement And Ratings In India

TRAI

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued a Consultation paper on “Review of Television Audience Measurement and Ratings in India on 3rd December, 2018 inviting written comments from stake holders by 16th January, 2019. On request from the stakeholders the last date for receipt of written comments and counter comments, if any from the stakeholders was extended up…

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Final Notice To MSOs From Maharashtra Cable Operators’ Foundation (MCOF)

Final Notice

Maharashtra Cable Operators’ Foundation has written a letter to Hathway / DEN / Siti Cable / IMCL regarding unilateral proceeding final notice for – Imposing SIA on the Last Mile Operators (LMOs) Impose illegal Packages & Tariffs on subscribers. Omitting to involve LMOs in any of the Processes needed to effectively and meaningfully implement the path breaking tariff order. A…

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For TV Viewers in New Regulatory Framework for Smooth Migration. TRAI Latest Press Note Dt. 6th Feb. 2019

New Regulatory Framework for Smooth Migration

Where subscribers are availing pre-paid service, no disruption of service will be caused by the service providers, if there is a credit balance available in the subscriber’s wallet / account. In this regard, TRAI has issued directions to all service providers to ensure no interruptions. TRAI had also issued a direction to all the DPOs on 4th February, 2019 that…

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Artificial Intelligence Bot To Help Nail Cyber Crime

Artificial Intelligence

Bots will soon be checking if scamsters are planning a phishing scam, or anti-social elements are planning a fake news meltdown. A group of professors and research scholars at Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information and Communication Technology (DAIICT) has designed a new tool in Artificial Intelligence (AI) that will read Indian languages and analyse the intentions of the netizens based on their foot-prints on the World Wide…

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