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Blackberry 10.2 To Be Launched Soon With Emojis And Multiple alarms

The BlackBerry Live 2013 conference that took place few days before gave some insights for the tech enthusiasts. This is a conference held by Blackberry every year that is mainly held to discuss what’s next for BlackBerry. The event gives deep insights into the technology, ideas for mobile strategies, and inspiration for practical business solutions. During...

Indian-American Teen Invents A Thirty Second Mobile Charger

Eesha Khare, An 18-year-old Indian-American girl recently invented a portable ‘supercapacitor’ that can fit inside mobile phone batteries and let it charge fully within 20-30 seconds. Usually, a mobile phone takes around three-four hours to get fully charged. Over years, many mobile phone companies have been working hard on super-capacitors as a potential source...

Celkon Launched Two Budget Android Phones; Signature One A107 and Celkon A9+

The Indian smartphone maker Celkon has recently launched two budget friendly android smartphones, Signature One A107 and Celkon A9+. These phones are a great relief for people who wish to owe a smartphone at a pocket friendly price. The best part is that both these gadgets run on Android 4.0 ICS OS that supports multitude of apps and software features. Celkon...

Some Free Apps For Galaxy Note 2

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has the biggest display for a smartphone so far. This smartphone running on Android 4.1 Jellybean features 2GB of RAM and has an excellent battery life. The Note 2’s display is huge at 5.5-inches and is designed to be used in conjunction with Samsung’s S-Pen. Doodling, note taking, picture editing, and annotations are all possible with...

Archos Launches ChefPad, A Tablet Resistant Against Food And Water

Most of the people use an android tablet these days. Archos has recently launched ‘ChefPad’, a tablet for chefs and cooking enthusiasts. This tablet features a 9.7-inch touchscreen(1024×768 pixels). ChefPad runs Android 4.1 and it includes a 1.6GHz dual-core CPU. This tablet gives 8GB internal storage. There’s a MicroSD slot for extra storage as well....

Google Nexus 10 Review

Google Nexus 10 gives you the best of Android experience. You can find Nexus 10 in two prices, £319 for the 16GB model and a £389 price for the 32GB model. Here’s a review of this tablet given below: Google Nexus 10 is one of the best designed tablets available in the market.  It weighs just 1.33 pounds, and has a concave shape with a beveled back design. The...

HTC Announces The Launch Of Dual-Sim Desire 600 In June

HTC has officially launched their latest handset, the Desire 600. This is a dual-sim Android smartphone and it’s the company’s first mid-range device that features HTC’s Sense 5 UI, including BlinkFeed and BoomSound. It was introduced in HTC One before. It is expected that this handset will reach market in June. Though this handset has an affordable...

Swipe Halo Speed 7-inch Tablet With Voice Calling Launched For Rs. 6,990

The California-based Swipe Telecom has launched their latest Android Tablet, Halo Speed with voice calling feature. Swipe had already launched four tablets before like Halo Tab X 74S, Halo Edge, Halo 3G and Halo Value. Swipe Halo Speed tablet features a 7-inch (800 x 480 pixels) capacitive touch screen display. It is powered by a 1.5GHz processor. It has 4 GB...

Lava Iris 458q,The Cheapest Smartphone With Quad-Core Processor Launched At Rs.8,999

Indian handset maker Lava has launched a new smartphone, Iris 458q, that’s powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor at a price of just Rs. 8,999. It is the cheapest  quad-core processor smartphone available in the market so far. This smartphone  features a 4.5-inch FWVGA capacitive touch sceen display with a resolution of 480×854 pixels. It runs...

Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro Launched In India for Rs. 17,290

Samsung has finally launched Galaxy Grand Quattro  in India. This smartphone is selling like hotbreads in ecommerce sites like Flipkart, HomeShop18 and Indiatimes from last week. It’s available for sale from these sites at a  price of just Rs 16,570. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and has 1GB of RAM. It runs...

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Next In The List

 Recently some  photos of the Galaxy S4 Active, has been acquired by GSMArena . This is a handset model which has an entirely different design when compared to the existing Galaxy S4, it contains three front screen hardware buttons and a reinforced rear shell with four screws on the back. It will be a lower spec version of S4. Samsung Galaxy S4 Active also comes...

Huawei Ascend Y300 review

Huawei Ascend Y300 was launched in India this month. It is the latest budget friendly smartphone in India which comes under Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) category. This handset is looks somewhat similar to Ascend G330 in terms of specification, but it has a completely different design, battery plus a new version of Android. It comes with a 4.0-inch (800 x 480 pixels)...

Lenovo Launches K900, The Super Thin Smartphone

Lenovo has  launched  K900, a  5.5-inch Android handset with high-end specifications last friday. This the first smartphone to use Intel’s new Atom Z2580 chip, a dual-core processer clocked at 2.0GHz. This smartphone runs with the  operating system Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.It was announced at the 2013  International Consumer Electronics Show. The K900...

Hike; The Messaging App Hitting 5 Million Downloads In Four Months

Hike, the Indian mobile messaging app which started just four months back has received successful results within a short span of time. It is already channeling almost a billion messages a month between its five million registered users. It was launched on December 12 last year and has turned to be one of the fastest growing free mobile applications globally. This...

A Smartphone Accessory That Lets Your iPhone Emit Smell

You might have got fooled on this year’s April Fool Day by Google Nose. All your excitement to feel the smell digitally might have gone in vain when you discovered that it was just a prank by Google. Over years, many technology companies have attempted to bring the sense of smell into media. Despite the continued efforts the sense of smell have failed to enter...