Xiaomi Mi Fan Festival sale on Amazon and Flipkart: Discounts on Mi MIX 2, Mi Max 2, Mi Band HRX Edition and more

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Xiaomi today started its two-day Mi Fan Festival sale on Mi.com as well as Flipkart and Amazon.in to offer discounts on its smartphones and accessories. Check out the list of offers. Discounts on Xiaomi products during Mi Fan Festival Sale Mi MIX 2 – Rs. 29,999 (Rs. 3000 off) Mi Max 2 64GB– Rs. 14,999 (Rs. 1000 off) – Flipkart | Amazon Mi Max 2 32GB– Rs. 12,999 (Rs. 1000 off) Redmi 4 64GB – Rs. 9999 (Rs. 500 off) Mi Bluetooth Speaker Basic 2 – Rs. 1,499 (Rs. 300 off) Mi Band HRX Edition – Rs. 999 (Rs. 300 off) –  Flipkart | Amazon Mi WiFi Repeater 2 – Rs. 699 (Rs. 100 off) – Flipkart | Amazon Flipkart also hold flash sale for Redmi 5A at 4PM and for Mi TVs at 5PM. Both Amazon and Flipkart offer 5% (Up to Rs. 500) Instant Discount for with SBI Credit Card users on purchase of Rs. 7500 or more. The limited period offer ends tomorrow, April 6th or till stocks last. You can visit Flipkart or Amazon.in to check out more Mi Fan Festival Sale offers.
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Xiaomi Mi Fan Festival Sale on April 5 and 6: Up to Rs. 3000 off on smartphones, offers on accessories, Crazy combos and more

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Few days back Xiaomi announced that it will hold Mi Fan Festival in India in the first week of April. Today the company has confirmed that it will hold the sale on April 5th and 6th. In the sale it will have discounts on smartphones, accessories, accessory combos as well as Crazy Combos on app. Discounts on Xiaomi products during Mi Fan Festival Sale Mi MIX 2 – Rs. 29,999 (Rs. 3000 off) Mi Max – Rs. 12,999 (Rs. 1000 off) Redmi 4  64GB – Rs. 9999 (Rs. 500 off) Mi Band HRX Edition – Rs. 999 (Rs. 300 off) Mi In-Ear Headphones Pro HD – Rs. 1,699 (Rs. 300 off) Mi Headphones Comfort – Rs. 2,699 (Rs. 300 off) Mi VR Play 2 – Rs. 999 (Rs. 300 off) Mi Business Backpack – Rs. 999 (Rs. 300 off) Mi Car Charger – Rs. 499 (Rs. 200 off) Mi Air Purifier Filter – Rs. 1999 (Rs. 500 off) Crazy Combos – Flash Sale on April 5 Redmi 5A + Mi LED Smart TV 4A 32 – Rs. 5999  Mi Band – HRX Edition + Mi Band Strap – HRX Edition – Rs. 199 Mi Bluetooth Speaker Basic 2 + Mi Earphones Basic – Rs. 399 Redmi Y1 Lite + Redmi Y1 …
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Niantic settles ‘Pokémon Go’ festival lawsuit for $1.5 million

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Niantic has already refunded the ticket costs for attendees of 2017's disastrous Pokémon Go Fest, but it's now poised to pay more. The company is settling a class action lawsuit over the festival to the tune of $ 1.57 million, with an official…
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Xiaomi Mi Fan Festival from April 2 to 6: Deals, Discounts, Bundle offers and more

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Xiaomi has announced that it will hold Mi Fan Festival in India from April 2nd to 6th. In the sale it will have discounts, coupons, bundled offers and more. You can also enter musical.ly challenge to stand a chance to win Mi MIX 2 and play Xiaomi Galaxy game to win Redmi 5A. This time you don’t get coupons for free. You need to invite friends and reach certain likes to unlock discounts on Redmi Y1, Redmi Note 5, Mi Band 2 and more, and also build a team successfully and to get Rs. 300 worth coupons. There are also combo deals on Mi TV 32-inch, Redmi Y1 Lite, Mi Band HRX edition and more.  On April 6th Redmi Note 5 Pro buyers will get Mi Earphones for free. You can check out all the offers on Mi India site here.
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Netflix banned from competing at Cannes Film Festival

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Netflix has been banned from competing in the Cannes Film Festival, according to a report from The Hollywood Reporter. Theirry Fremaux, the head of Cannes, told THR last week the ban is because Netflix refuses to release its films in theaters, choosing instead to debut them on its streaming service and, in some rare cases, do day-and-date releases so the film can be seen both online and off. In the case of Bong Joon-ho’s Okja and Noah Baumbach’s The Meyerowitz Stories — films that were entered into last year’s Cannes to widespread protest from French filmmakers — Netflix was unable to secure last-minute permits for one-week theatrical releases due to French media regulations.

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Organizer of disastrous Fyre Festival admits he misled investors

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Billy McFarland has admitted that he forged documents and lied to investors to convince them to pour a total of $ 26 million into his company and the now infamous Fyre Festival. He was arrested last year after what he touted as "the cultural experienc…
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Apple’s Cook uses photos from India’s Holi festival to promote iPhone X

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To promote the rear camera on the iPhone X, Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter on Friday to share three photos from the Indian festival of Holi.
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Tim Cook Shares Colorful ‘Shot on iPhone’ Photos From Hindu Festival of Holi

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Apple CEO Tim Cook this morning tweeted a series of images that celebrate the Hindu festival of Holi, which began on March 1 and ended today, March 2.


Cook shared three images from the India-based festival, taken by photographers Prashanth Viswanathan, Amit Mehra, and Ashish Parmar. Cook noted that each image was shot on the iPhone X.

Each image depicts people participating in Holi’s colorful festivities, which mark the end of winter and beginning of spring. The festival is largely celebrated within India, but events expand beyond India into the United Kingdom, United States, South Africa, and more.


Two of the images use Portrait Lighting on the iPhone X, a feature that provides several unique lighting effects as a way to emphasize part of an image. Both of the pictures from the Holi festivities use the “Stage Light” effect, which spotlights a subject against a dark background.

Check out Cook’s tweet to see all of the pictures shared from Holi.

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Steven Soderbergh’s shot on iPhone thriller premieres at Berlin film festival

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Director Steven Soderbergh’s shot-on-iPhone ‘Unsane’ feature premieres at Berlin film festival

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Acclaimed Hollywood director Steven Soderbergh spoke to the press at the premiere of his latest feature film, "Unsane," at the Berlin film festival on Wednesday, expounding on the benefits of using an iPhone to shoot the psychological thriller.
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