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OnePlus 2 to be available without invites, finally

If you are hunting for invites to buy the OnePlus 2 smartphone, you need not search anymore. The Chinese startup has announced that that its flagship smartphone will be available without invites starting December 5.


OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei wrote in a post on the official forum: "The invite system has been crucial to letting us scale our operations and has given our fans a unique way to share OnePlus with the people in their lives. But we are always trying to enhance the OnePlus experience for you and taking risks to push ourselves and show real improvements. That's why we're making the OnePlus 2 invite-free ... forever!"


Along with this, the new OnePlus X will be available without invites for 48 hours, from December 5 to December 7.


During the December 5-7 period, the company is also giving a 50% discount on the StyleSwap cover for OnePlus 2. Similarly, there is a 90% discount on all OnePlus One accessories. Other accessories by the company get a 10% off.

OnePlus will also give a limited number of early buyers a Never Settle mousepad.

With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
With a lot of people questioning his decision to set aside 99 per cent of his Facebook shares for philanthropy work, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has come out with a clarification of how he plans to spend the money.
“Our initial focus areas are personalised learning, curing disease, connecting people and building strong communities. We’ve already made many investments over the past five years in these areas — education, science, health, internet access and inclusion — and you can see a summary of our investments on the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative page timeline,” he said in a Facebook post on Friday.
The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, he clarified, is structured as an LLC rather than a traditional foundation to pursue “our mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments and participating in policy debates — in each case with the goal of generating a positive impact in areas of great need”. He said “any net profits from investments will also be used to advance this mission”.
He added: “By using an LLC instead of a traditional foundation, we receive no tax benefit from transferring our shares to the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, but we gain flexibility to execute our mission more effectively.”
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/technology/tech-news-technology/mark-zuckerberg-clarifies-on-philanthropy-work-says-no-tax-benefits/#sthash.XnmVKYOT.dpuf
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