Tech Wrap: Flipkart Big Billion Days sale announced, 17 apps removed from Play Store and more
More tech news includes Samsung announcing cashback offers for its A-series smartphones and Airtel expanding the availability of its ₹399 offer.
It was an eventful day in the world of technology today. On one hand, Flipkart announced its Big Billion Days sale and on the other hand, Samsung announced special cashback offers for its Galaxy A-series smartphones. In addition to that Google removed 17 more apps from the Play Store.
So, here's everything that made headlines in the world of technology today:
Google Daydream is dead
Google today announced that it had ended support for Daydream VR. "Daydream VR software is no longer supported. You may still be able to access the service, but it won't receive any more software or security updates,” Google wrote under the Daydream Help section.
17 malware-infected apps from Play Store
Google has removed 17 apps from the Play Store. These apps were infected by Joker malware. The company has removed a total of 34 Joker malware-infected apps so far.
Flipkart Big Billion Days sale announced
Flipkart today announced its annual Big Billion Days sale. The sale will begin on October 16 and go on until October 21. You can check all the details here.
Airtel expands availability of its ₹399 postpaid plan
Airtel has expanded the availability of its ₹399 postpaid plan. This plan is now available in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu telecom circles.
Samsung announces special offers for Galaxy A Series smartphones
Samsung has announced special offers for its Galaxy A-series smartphones. This offer is available until October 16 and it includes cashback of up to ₹1,500.