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Redmi Note 9 Pro to Go on Sale via Amazon, Mi.com at 12 Noon: Price in India, Offers, Specifications

Redmi Note 9 Pro will go on sale at 12pm (noon) today, for the first time after the government eased restrictions amid the nationwide lockdown that has been in force due to the coronavirus pandemic. The announcement of today’s sale was made by the Xiaomi India chief Manu Kumar Jain on Twitter on Monday, saying that the Redmi Note 9 Pro sale will take place on Amazon and Mi.com. Redmi Note 9 Pro is a part of the company’s Redmi Note 9 series.

 

 

Smartphone sales came to a complete halt during the nationwide lockdown that has been going on since

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How to backup and restore Sticky Notes in Windows 10

Windows 10 Sticky Notes allows you to store short notes and reminders that can be referred to over and over. Backing up those notes can be simple or complicated.

The most current version of Microsoft Windows 10 includes a note taking application called Sticky Notes. Just like the pads of paper that inspired it, Sticky Notes gives users a place to store short notes and reminders that can be referred to over and over again. The beauty of this digital version of the system is that your sticky notes can be synchronized across all your devices.

However, Microsoft has

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Buy one Motorola Razr, get one free


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Don’t shoot the messenger. I wouldn’t spend $1,500 on a phone if it could fold into an origami swan, and I wouldn’t recommend anyone else spend that much, either. But I can certainly appreciate a buy-one-get-one-free deal, which is what’s happening at Motorola right now: For a limited time, and while supplies last, you can buy one Razr folding phone and get a second one free. That means the jaw-dropping up-front price works out to $750 per phone, right in line with various nonfolding flagships.

To get the deal, just add two Razrs to your shopping cart;

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COVID-19: How universities made the pivot to e-learning

One Rhode Island university has transitioned nearly seamlessly into remote learning. Here’s how they did it safely and effectively.

TechRepublic’s Karen Roby talks with Dr. Nancy Schreiber, provost and vice president for academic affairs, and Irving Bruckstein, CIO, of Salve Regina University in Rhode Island, about the process of switching to online learning  during the COVID-19 pandemic and the security concerns that come with students learning from home.

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Nancy Schreiber: It really has been remarkable. We had 16 days, and we converted 817 undergraduate courses and 90 graduate

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