Man Stabs Younger Brother To Death For Finishing His Mobile Internet Data

A man in India was arrested after he killed his younger brother for allegedly finishing his mobile internet data.

The accused, identified as 23-year-old Raman, noticed that his younger brother, Roy, had exhausted his mobile internet data and took him to the roof of his home. 

“On Wednesday evening, Raman took his younger brother Roy to the roof of the house and scolded him for consuming his internet data,” said a police officer, local television station NDTV reported.

The two got into a heated argument. The accused then stabbed his brother multiple times and fled the scene. The age of the victim was not known.

“In a fit of rage, Raman stabbed Roy four to five times in his chest and fled,” the officer said. 

As the victim was nowhere to be found, the family members started searching for him and found him on the roof, lying in a pool

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How to submit an assignment in Google Classroom, or retract a submission, on a computer or mobile device

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You can upload assignments to Google Classroom on desktop or mobile. Fiona Goodall/Getty Images

  • You can submit an assignment in Google Classroom under the “Classwork” section on the desktop site or mobile app. 
  • To submit an assignment in Google Classroom, you must first “View assignment” and then select the “Add or create” option under the “Your work” menu. 
  • Links and Google Drive attachments, including a document, slide, sheet, drawing, or PDF file, can all be uploaded and submitted in Google Classroom.
  • You can upload multiple files, unsubmit assignments, and leave notes for your instructor in Google Classroom.  
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You’ve logged in to Google Classroom, have joined a class, and accessed class materials. Now, it’s time to submit an assignment. 


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To submit an assignment in Google Classroom, you’ll first need to navigate to the “Classwork” section. You

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How to share your screen on Zoom in 2 different ways on a computer or mobile device

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You can share your screen on Zoom during a live call. Zoom

  • You can easily share your screen on Zoom during a group meeting using the desktop or mobile app.
  • You can share a screen before you have joined a call from the app homepage, or choose to begin sharing at any time during a live call.
  • The process looks slightly different on each app, and the desktop version offers more options for screen sharing — including options to annotate and use a whiteboard.
  • This story is a part of Business Insider’s Guide to Zoom.

As more and more meetings become remote, it might be helpful to share your phone or computer screen with coworkers or students when you’re on a Zoom video call.


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Whether it’s a marketing presentation or lecture slides, sharing a screen can be an easy way to show others

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Why won’t my hotspot work? How to troubleshoot your phone’s mobile hotspot and provide an internet connection for other devices

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If your mobile hotspot isn’t working, here’s how you can try to fix it. Westend61/Getty Images

  • If your phone’s hotspot won’t work, there could be a number of different culprits causing the problem.
  • Most issues with a hotspot can be solved by troubleshooting at home — and if you have an Android instead of an iPhone, you have more options to fix the problem.
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Picture this: You’re out somewhere and you need to do some work on your laptop, but the Wi-Fi is unbearably slow. Normally, this wouldn’t be a problem — your cell phone gets good LTE service, you can just connect your computer to your phone’s mobile hotspot. But you try to connect to it and it won’t work. Why?

This is a question with many possible answers, and many of them also depend on what

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Global Mobile Handheld Computer Market 2020 – 2025 Research Report Published by

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Nov 09, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
This intensive research report entitled Global Mobile Handheld Computer Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 compiled and published by entails a market synopsis and offers a definition & outline of the market. The report represents detailed synopsis of the current market scenario, key trends, as well as threats, and challenges that seem to significantly impact revenue generation in the market. The report covers over-the-board data such as market trends, drivers, restraints, opportunities, market shares, challenges, economy, and supply chain. Information on the research and development taking place in the market has been presented. It comprises historical data, significance, statistical data, size & share, market analysis by product and market trends by key players, and market price & demand. The market is separated by

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Mobile Security Software Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2025 | Avast, Sophos, Cisco, BullGuard, Symantec

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Nov 09, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
Global Mobile Security Software Market Report 2020 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2026 (Based on 2020 COVID-19 Worldwide Spread) is latest research study released by HTF MI evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, risk side analysis, and leveraged with strategic and tactical decision-making support. The study provides information on market trends and development, drivers, capacities, technologies, and on the changing investment structure of the Global Mobile Security Software Market. Some of the key players profiled in the study are Fortinet, NetQin Mobile, Mobile Active Defense, F-Secure, F-Secure, Avast, Sophos, Cisco, BullGuard, Symantec, Juniper Networks, AegisLab, Trend Micro, Bitdefender, Fiberlink, Quick Heal, Qihoo 360 Technology, Trend Micro Mobile Security, McAfee, Fixmo, Kaspersky Lab ZAO, Apple, Echoworx, Odyssey Software, Kingsoft Office Software & CA Technologies.

You can get free access

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Compare SIM-Only Mobile Deals

A SIM, which stands for ‘subscriber identity module’, is the small plastic card provided by your network that slots inside your mobile phone. It holds information, such as your mobile number, and allows you to make and receive calls and texts, and use data on your phone.

Without a SIM, you won’t be able to access your network and use your phone (although a handful of the latest phones now work using e-SIMS).

SIMs make it easy to swap handsets. If you take your SIM out of your handset and put it into another one, you’ll be able to make and receive calls and use data on the new phone (assuming it is unlocked). 

Likewise, you can put a new SIM into your existing handset and make calls on a different number or different network. 

What is a SIM-only mobile tariff?

Traditionally most mobile phone tariffs had two elements:

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Business Is Still Good for Skyworks, Cirrus and Other Mobile Chip Suppliers

A few days after Apple (AAPL) reported lower-than-expected iPhone sales for the months preceding its iPhone 12 launches, Skyworks (SWKS) , Cirrus Logic (CRUS) and Silicon Motion (SIMO)  provided reminders that business is still pretty good for most mobile chip suppliers.

All three companies comfortably beat their September quarter estimates and issued strong December quarter guidance, with Skyworks and Cirrus issuing sales guidance ranges that were more than $100 million above consensus estimates. Each company also indicated that (after falling sharply this spring) smartphone demand continues rebounding well ahead of the holiday season.

Moreover, in their own ways, Skyworks, Cirrus and Silicon Motion each provided examples of how technology transitions and rising silicon content within smartphones are helping various mobile chip suppliers grow their top lines at a faster rate than smartphone unit sales.

Skyworks, not surprisingly, reiterated that the demanding RF front-end needs of 5G phones are boosting its

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Activision Will Bring All Of Its Franchises To Mobile

In 2019, Activision Blizzard said it wanted to make more mobile games, and all franchises were under consideration. Now, the company has gone further, saying the plan is to release a mobile version of every one of its franchises “over time.”

Activision Blizzard president and COO Daniel Alegre said during a recent investor call that the company wants to bring its franchises to the widest possible audience, and mobile is a critical part of that.

“We need to make sure that we’re enabling our franchises on the billions of mobile devices that are available right now,” Alegre said. “That’s by far our biggest opportunity, and we’re investing meaningfully to capitalize on this and to take all our franchises to mobile over time. That’s really, really important for us.”

Alegre also pointed out that Activision Blizzard’s resources are finite, so the company plans to “focus on where the biggest opportunities are,”

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