Monthly Archives: February 2014

Google Now Launcher Arrives in Play Store with Limited Device Compatibility

Google started the Nexus 5 toward the end of last year with a fascinating new home screen interface. Around then it said the redesigned launcher was just for the Nexus 5, yet it was not difficult to trigger the new

World’s biggest cyberattack uncovered

A web security firm has discovered a “psyche boggling” and “Godzilla-estimated” reserve of particular information set available to be purchased on the online bootleg market by programmers. One of the programmer ambushes stole in excess of 105 million records making

BlackBerry Z10

The BlackBerry Z10 that was released in India last year with a lot of expectations and promises, has received some rather major price cuts and its rate has fallen from Rs 43,490 to Rs 17,990. And now if you have

Wickedleak Wammy Passion X with octa-core processor launched

Wickedleak, the Mumbai-based cell phone organization, has started another cell phone in its Passion arrangement. The Wickedleak Wammy Passion X will be accessible for Rs 22,500 and its USP is water-safety. Wickedleak says it has utilized Aquaprotect engineering to make

12.2-inch Samsung tablet beats iPad

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2-inch display The new smartwatches and Galaxy S5 telephone Samsung reported at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week may have hoarded the features yet what is just as intriguing is another 12.2-inch tablet, Galaxy

Moto Maker for Moto X coming soon

We were excited to take in of the launch of the Motorola Moto X in the UK and crosswise over Europe back in January. In any case, it was frustrating that clients couldn’t customise their cell phone before buy with

The self-destructing smartphone

Boeing disclosed a cell phone that seems to come straight from a James Bond spy film. Notwithstanding scrambling calls, any endeavor to open the packaging of the Boeing Black Smartphone erases all information and renders the unit inoperable. The safe

Smartphone makers eye turf of DSLR cameras

Want more keen, clearer selfies in the not so distant future. Samsung Electronics Co has beefed up the Polaroid in its Galaxy S5 cell phone due for April discharge and included more brilliant Polaroid programming, accompanying Sony and Nokia in

5 emails you should never open

Email subjects quite often play a big role in the success of a phishing campaign. Cybercriminals are, therefore, increasingly attempting to fool recipients into clicking a malicious link or downloading an infected file by using business-oriented and legitimate-seeming subject lines.

iBall Slide 3G 7271 HD7 voice-calling Android 4.2 tablet

iball has extended its Slide tablet portfolio, with the launch of the Slide 3g 7271 Hd7 for the Indian market. The tablet is presently recorded at Rs. 8,999 on the organization’s site. The iball Slide 3g 7271 Hd7 tablet runs