Union minister Maneka Gandhi has announced that the trial for the Panic button on mobiles to begin from Uttar Pradesh on January 26 to ensure women safety. Though the projected had to kickstart back in January 2017, it got delayed by a year. Continue reading “Trials for Panic button on mobiles to begin from Uttar Pradesh on January 26”
Nubia has announced that it added a panic button on all its smartphones in India as per Government’s directive. The company has updated its software for the power button to also function like the panic button. Pressing the power button thrice will connect the consumers to the helpline and the GPS in the phone will help authorities track the location of the person. Continue reading “Nubia adds panic button on its smartphones in India”
From January 2017, it will be mandatory for all mobiles handsets sold in India to feature a panic button. The new policy comes as an effort to enhance women safety.
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