Day: September 1, 2020

Google Assistant Snapshot New Features Announced

The search engine giant Google has announced new updates to make ‘Google Assistant Snapshot’ even more useful with more recommendations. “Now, we are adding a few updates to make Snapshot more helpful, and proactive, in keeping you ahead of your upcoming tasks while also providing you with recommended activities and more, all in one place

7 mistakes you need to avoid while filing ITR

New Delhi: In order to offer some relief amid the Covid-19 pandemic crisis, the deadline to file income tax return (ITR) for FY 2019-20 has been extended to November 30, 2020. Because of this extension, taxpayers now have more time to file their income tax return. On Sunday, Finance Ministry sources clarified that there is no

Reliance Jio launches four JioFiber plans starting Rs 399: Check plans

Reliance Jio has revamped its JioFiber broadband plans in India, which now offer truly unlimited data to consumers. The company states that these plans have been revamped to provide its consumers with extreme affordability during COVID-19, which is when people are depending upon good internet connectivity. These new broadband plans start at Rs 399 per

Google Pay does not have access to Aadhaar database, HC told

Plea had alleged that GPay facilitated financial transactions without requisite RBI authorisation Google India on Monday told the Delhi High Court that it does not have access to the Aadhaar database and does not require any such information for operating its digital wallet platform Google Pay. “Google Pay does not require user’s Aadhaar details, in

How to access free content on Netflix without an account

A support page on the Netflix website details how users can watch content without having an account for free Netflix is offering select content including movies and TV show episodes for free in India even without an account. Users can watch select Netflix Original movies and TV episodes online for free to “get a peek”

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