Samsung Extends Warranty on All Products in India Till June 15 Owning to Coronavirus Lockdown

Samsung is offering extended warranty to all customers in India whose warranty expired between March 20 and May 31. The warranty across all Samsung products in the country has been extended till June 15. The decision is particularly beneficial for customers residing outside containment zones, however, customers residing in the latter might face problems as […]

Secureye launches MediSec range of products to ensure safer workplaces amid Covid-19- Tempemail – Blog

Read Article Secureye, a leading security products brand, has launched a new range of medical equipments and kits named MediSec, which provides COVID-19 protection devices and solutions. With the global pandemic affecting people across the world, the demand for virus detection and protection systems are on the rise. To enable corporate houses with the contactless […]

Realme Buds Q TWS Earbuds to Launch Along with 7 Realme Products on May 25

Realme Buds Q are the latest addition to Realme’s truly wireless headset portfolio. The earbuds will be unveiled on May 25 in China along with seven other new Realme products that the company previously revealed. For the design of the Realme Buds Q, Realme has collaborated with French designer Jose Levy. Realme is also expected […]

Asos is using AR to promote and sell fresh products in lockdown- Tempemail – Blog

As lockdown continues to squeeze online fashion retailers, Asos is embracing augmented reality (AR) to help it promote and sell fresh products to housebound audience. E-commerce clothing platforms have reported mixed results during lockdown. Although bricks and mortar competitors have been laid low by shuttered high streets, wider economic tailwinds have dampened consumers’ enthusiasm for […]

Xiaomi to make IoT products in India once demand rises- Tempemail – Blog

Read Article Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has said it aims to manufacture Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled products like robot vacuum cleaner in India once the market is large enough for consuming such products. When it comes to IoT-based products, Xiaomi TVs are quote popular along with smart bulbs, air purifiers, water purifiers and smart bands. […]

Realme to Unveil 8 New Products Including TWS Earbuds, Smartphones, Power Bank at May 25 Event

Realme has announced it will host an event on May 25 in China where it plans to unveil eight new products. That’s right, eight new products! Some of these products have been teased in the poster for the event shared on Weibo. They include true wireless (TWS) earbuds, what seems to be a power bank, […]

Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, Paytm Starts Taking Orders for Non-Essential Products, Including Phones, TVs, More

Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, and Paytm Mall have started taking orders for non-essential items in India as the government has eased the national lockdown that was imposed on March 24 to curb the coronavirus outbreak. The e-commerce companies are restricted to delivering non-essential items in Green and Orange zones marked in the country, on the basis […]

Realme Phones, Other Products Now on Sale via Realme Website, Amazon, and Flipkart in Green, Orange Zones

Realme has announced that the company is “taking orders” for its products starting today – after the central government eased restrictions on the delivery of non-essential goods in Orange and Green zones across India. The company is, however, not taking orders from areas that are marked as Red zones by the government. Currently, customers residing […]

Lysol Begs Customers Not to Drink Its Cleaning Products

Reckitt Benckiser, the British company behind the cleaning product brands Lysol and Dettol, is urging customers not to consume its cleaning supplies after U.S. President Donald Trump suggested scientists should try to inject COVID patients with disinfectants. No, we’re not making this up. In a statement, the company was forced to reiterate that Lysol wipes […]

Amazon Used Third-Party Seller Data to Develop Competing Private-Label Products: Report

Amazon employees have reportedly accessed data about independent sellers to build competing products under its private-label brands. The fresh revelation violates the company’s stated policies — resulted in the launch of an internal investigation. Last year, Amazon provided a clarification in response to a US congressional antitrust probe and said that it uses “aggregate data” […]