UPI Transactions In India To Be Capped

It appears that Google Pay and other Unified Payments Interface (UPI) payment apps will soon no longer allow users in India to conduct an infinite number of transactions. The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), which is in charge of the UPI digital system, is collaborating with the Reserve Bank to put into effect its suggested December 31 deadline for lowering the volume cap for third-party app providers, according to a report from ANI (TPAP).

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Twitter For iPhone Label Removed

Elon Musk has ordered Twitter to remove the “Twitter for iPhone” labels that appear in the app in case someone uses their iPhone to post a tweet. Now we won’t be seeing any “Twitter for iPhone” or “Twitter for Android” labels any more.

He states that the labels are a “waste of screen space & compute” and that “literally no one even knows why Twitter added it in the first place”. You cannot identify the sort of device from which the tweet came from. He also plans to “‘microservices’ bloatware” to improve the app loading time. 

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Steve Jobs Used Sandals Sold For $220,000

If you ever purchased a used pair of footwear, you would probably pay a few dollars for it. But would you consider purchasing it for almost $220,000?

Well, a pair of Birkenstocks owned by Steve Jobs cost that much at Julie’s Auction ($218,750 to be exact).

After operating Apple for a large portion of the previous three decades, Steve Jobs passed away in 2011. During that time, he gained a large audience as one of the most significant figures of the internet era.

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Amazon Fires 10,000 Employees Starting This Week

According to the New York Times, Amazon has reported that they are going to lay off around 10,000 employees in corporate and technology jobs this upcoming week. According to the report, which also states that the total number of layoffs remains uncertain, the job cuts will concentrate on their voice assistance Alexa along with its retail division and human resources.

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WhatsApp Introduces Support For Missed Calls In Do Not Disturb Mode

WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, is one of the most widely used instant messaging services. In order to enhance the app’s user experience, the company has added new features over time. According to recent reports, WhatsApp is now introducing support for missed calls Do-Not-Disturb mode. The feature is being rolled out to some beta testers via the WhatsApp beta available within the Play Store, claims a report by WaBetaInfo.

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LumaFusion Now Available For Play Store And ChromeOS

In October of last year, the creators of LumaFusion, one of the most well-known video editing apps for iOS, revealed their intentions to release it for Android and ChromeOS. The LumaTouch team announced that the app would eventually be available on the Google Play Store and Samsung Galaxy Store following the first Galaxy Unpacked event of the year. The team did not, however, give a precise release date. You’ll be happy to know that the app is finally available for download if you’ve been looking forward to using it on your Android or ChromeOS device.

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You Can Now Get Verified On Twitter For Just $8 A Month

Twitter has announced its Twitter Blue subscription service, it offers the blue tick to any user for $8 per month. However, this is just in their testing phase, and not everyone will have access to it for now.

Its features include the brand-new Twitter Blue subscription. Right now, the only change made is that anyone can sign up and receive the prestigious “blue check” verification. Twitter also hints that there might be new features coming soon.

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