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At NCR Technosolutions, we have strong technical skills and always ride the wave of technology. Learning new & upcoming technologies are a way of life. We are process oriented with an unmatched commitment to project success. Many of our developers are multi skilled / Full stack developers. Engage us and realize the value we can add to your business.

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We make it easy for you to work with us. We have flexible engagement models depending on our client's business or project needs. We bring technical experts with in-demand skills to your project on an on-demand basis. We work with our clients on a turn-key project delivery basis as well as augmenting specific skills of your project team.

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We deliver fixed scope projects with full project management responsibility on fixed cost basis. We review project requirement in detail and then present our very competitive quote with detailed project plan and approach.

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Hire our technology experts from a range of technology specializations. Highly skilled and experienced developers can be engaged on an hourly basis.

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Hire a team of technical experts with various technical expertise to augment your project team. Our developers work from remote location ( US or India) closely with your project team under your supervision.

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PayPal has launched cryptocurrency trading on its platform in the United Kingdom. This is the first expansion of crypto trading on PayPal outside the US, where the service was launched in November 2020. 

Crypto trading will only be available to customers with verified accounts. Users will also get real-time prices and educational contents related to cryptocurrency on the platform. The company announced that all eligible PayPal customers in the UK can now buy, hold, and sell cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Ethereum, BitcoinCash, and Litecoin.

PayPal says it has over 375 million daily active users and 30 million merchants on the platform. While the company does not charge any fee for holding cryptocurrency, it is charging users for transactions and currency conversions.

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Facebook teamed up with Ray-Ban to create its first “smart glasses”, with a pair of cameras, a microphone and speaker to listen to podcasts, and a voice assistant to help users do the whole thing hands-free. 

Facebook's Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses are powered with two 5-megapixel cameras which can capture images with 2,592x1,944 pixels resolution and 30-second videos with 1,184x1,184 pixels resolution. Users can capture and store around 500 images and 35 videos of 30 seconds each. The cameras are equipped with an external-facing LED as a privacy feature that will allow others to know when they are being captured. 

Facebook's Ray-Ban Stories price ranges from $299 to $379(roughly Rs. 22,000-Rs. 27,900). The frames come in four color variants i.e. Black, Blue, Brown, and Green. Customers will also get an option to customize lenses as per need. These smart glasses can be purchased online via Ray-Ban's website and through selective retail stores in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy, UK, and US. Its availability in India is not yet confirmed.

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Twitter announced that it is piloting emoji reactions for tweets that go beyond a simple “Like”. 

In the upcoming days, users in Turkey will be able to respond to tweets with the “Face with tears of joy”, “Thinking face,” “Clapping hands,” “Crying face,” emojis or a simple “Heart.” This test is only scheduled to run for a limited time, but Twitter says it might expand it to users in more countries depending on the response.

The aim is to give people more ways to quickly show how they feel about a tweet. The emoji are accessible via a long-press of the Like button, while a short tap will send a regular Like. Rumors of the test emerged earlier this year after users reported being surveyed about potential emoji for inclusion.

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