Monthly Archives: May 2014

Panasonic launches P81 phablet

The cost of this telephone is Rs 18,990 however it is accessible for Rs 17,999 by means of Snapdeal. The online retailer said that it can send the gadget in two business days. The P81 is 7.9mm thick and has

Lenovo announces A-series Android tablets

Lenovo has unveiled its latest range of competitively priced tablets called the A series. In all five tablets were launched; A7-30, A7-40, A7-50, A8 and A10. All the launched tablets seem to be aimed at those who would like to

Rdio is now streaming in nine more locales

Spotify isn’t the main music streaming administration looking to cover the globe. Actually, Rdio has surpassed its essential rivalry in that count. The recent outfit is presently accessible in 60 nations after it declared the increases of Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand,

HTC One mini 2

HTC has extended the One family with another petite part – the HTC One small scale 2. Note that its not One (M8) scaled down, this is to a greater degree a continuation of the One smaller than usual from

LG L35 is a 3.2” display entry level Droid

At MWC 2014, LG flaunted their line of L Series III handsets, which the L35 was a part of. The L35 wasn’t formally published at the occasion, yet the gadget has appeared on LG’s official German site, implying that it

Sony launches 3,000mAh CP-V3A portable charger

Sony India has propelled a USB compact charger, the CP-V3a at Rs 1,590. Successor to the past 2,800mah model, the new CP-V3a USB Portable Charger gloats a bigger battery limit while even now wearing the same smaller outline. The CP-V3a

Next-generation smartphones, tablet may be ‘safer’

Researchers have composed another lithium battery segment that is far less inclined to burst into flames and guarantees powerful execution, making ready for more secure cell phones and tablets. “As news reports of Lithium-Ion battery (LIB) fires in Boeing Dreamliner

A software that turns text into music

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have used a first-of-its-kind software to translate the emotions of the written word into music. The work could transform the way people interact with literature and spark new ways to visualise information, such as audiovisual

Gionee Elife S5.5 Vs Oppo

Considering the fact that the Indian Smartphone market is quite an open and exciting one, a number of smartphone manufacturers have flooded the market with their own host of devices with an aim to reach the top of the pile.

Micromax launches Nokia Lumia 630 killer, Canvas Elanza A121

Nokia propelled its Windows 8.1 OS based handset today, the Lumia 630 at a cost of Rs. 11500 for the Indian market. Promptly after this launch Micromax has flawlessly pitched its rival of the Nokia telephone with a comparable processor,