Redmi Note 8 Pro will go on sale in India on November 20. The latest Redmi Note series smartphone by Xiaomi has been available for purchase only through flash sale every week. The highlight features of Redmi Note 8 Pro include a 64MP quad-camera setup, a massive battery with 18W fast charging and a gaming-specific performance unit.Redmi Note 8 Pro price and offersXiaomi has launched the Redmi Note 8 Pro in three storage options. The 6GB+64GB storage model can be purchased for Rs 14,999, whereas the 6GB + 128GB model can be bought for Rs 15,999. There’s also a top-of-the-line 8GB+128GB storage variant which is priced at Rs 17,999.Redmi Note 8 Pro will be available in Gamma Green, Shadow Black, and Halo White colours.Close Redmi Note 8 Pro flash sale is scheduled to begin at 12 pm. The midrange smartphone can be bought via Mi India’s official website, Amazon India, and Mi Home Stores. Offers include 10 percent instant discount for Axis Bank credit and debit card users, Airtel … [Read more...] about Redmi Note 8 Pro sale begins today at 12 pm: Check price, offers and specifications
Catering to the persistent desire of Royal Enfield owners, the Indian motorcycle manufacturing company has officially launched exhaust systems for its Classic 350 model. Essentially four different styles of the same end-can, these exhausts can be purchased post-sale and offer better sound and aesthetic appeal to the motorcycle.These new exhausts are stated to be louder than the stock exhaust, but compliant to the noise limits stated by the Regional Transport Office (RTO). They are offered in either an all-black or an all-silver finish, with matching or contrasting end caps. Their design styles include a peashooter, slash-cut, straight cut and tapered end design.The peashooter costs Rs 3,600, the straight cut and tapered end cost Rs 3,450 each while the slash-cut is the cheapest at Rs 3,300. These end-cans can be directly fitted to the motorcycle and are covered with a 2-year warranty. Royal Enfield also claims that these units are 40 percent lighter than the stock units.Close Get … [Read more...] about Here’s how you can get road legal exhausts for your Royal Enfield
Even though recreational marijuana is now legal in multiple U.S. states, starting a dispensary is incredibly difficult. Most banks still won’t work with marijuana-related businesses, and the paperwork required to start a shop is onerous, to say the least. advertisement advertisement Now a company called Medbox is making a business of dealing with the bureaucratic and design work required to start a dispensary–and then partnering with others to open them. Medbox is, in other words, something of a marijuana dispensary factory, churning out custom-made storefronts for anyone interested in getting in on the weed revolution (and with retail cannabis sales expected to rise from at least $2.2 in 2014 to up to $8.2 billion in 2018, it really is a revolution). The company’s latest dispensary: Stem, a 3,000-square-foot storefront in Portland, Oregon, where recreational marijuana is newly legal. Medbox, which is now led by Guy Marsala, a former Army captain who has … [Read more...] about Attention, Marijuana Entrepreneurs: This Company Will Launch Your Dispensary For You
As the holiday season commences, it’s a time when people begin to think about their giving. And give they will: Giving Tuesday, conceived as an antidote to the consumerism of Black Friday, helped generate $380 million in one day in 2018 (and more than a billion dollars in total giving). This year’s installment, on December 3, will likely beat that number. The intense political atmosphere has also created a rise in giving, as people feel pushed to support causes they feel are under threat. And the rise of crowdfunding platforms means that a more personal form of philanthropy—helping someone with medical bills or an unexpected expense—is just a click away. advertisement advertisement In this moment of philanthropic thinking, we’re trying to ask a few deeper questions about the ecosystem that has been built around the act of giving. What does it mean when philanthropy is just stopping harm, but not actually solving problems? Has corporate … [Read more...] about As the giving season begins, where is philanthropy headed?
On a typically drizzly Seattle night this past May, a crowd shuffled through metal detectors to pack the plaza outside CenturyLink Field, the downtown stadium where the Seahawks play football. Beneath a small white party tent sat Paul Allen—music nerd, lead guitarist of blues-based rockers The Underthinkers, philanthropic Renaissance Man, and a Microsoft cofounder. It’s not unusual to see him at the stadium during football games (he owns the team, along with the Portland Trailblazers), but tonight he was there to watch the first headline show at Seattle’s newest music event, the Upstream Music Festival and Summit, which he also founded. advertisement advertisement As a cloud of vape vapor descended over the audience, Allen and his companion reclined in lounge chairs and the producer DJ and MC Flying Lotus (real name Steven Ellison) took the stage. Ellison often performs in a special contraption: a traditional DJ booth surrounded by projection screens, … [Read more...] about A Tech Billionaire Wants To Reboot The “Best Music Scene In The World”