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Stellar screen The Oppo Find 7’s 5.5 inch display has a resolution of 1440 x 2560x1440 pixels, highest in its class
Stellar screen The Oppo Find 7’s 5.5 inch display has a resolution of 1440 x 2560x1440 pixels, highest in its class

Is this big enough to take on the giants?

Oppo Find 7 is a device that packs enough power to challenge Samsung and HTC
It wasn’t too long ago that one would struggle to find a high-quality smartphone that wasn’t des... »

Aircel ties up with Micromax for Canvas Beat

With an eye on growing its 3G data-enabled services business, Aircel has tied up with the mobile... »

Apple posts record net profit in Q3 on strong iPhone sales

Apple's June quarter revenue was fuelled by strong sales of iPhone and Mac.
Company reports highest EPS growth rate in seven quarters
Apple reported a net profit of $7.7 billion, or $1.28 per share, for the third quarter of 2014,... »

BlackBerry slashes QWERTY devices prices

Offer applicable on OS7 and BB10 devices
Canadian handset manufacturer BlackBerry has slashed the prices of a range of QWERTY keyboard de... »

Demand for Xiaomi Mi 3 sends Flipkart site crashing

Overwhelming demand for Chinese smartphone Xiaomi Mi3 on the first day of its sale caused the pr... »

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Microsoft lays Nokia’s Android series to rest

Analysts are sceptical of the move as Android devices dominate the market worldwide
Microsoft’s move to shift Nokia X handsets to Windows operating system has come as a surp... »

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Peter Chang

We want to cover from PCs to smartphones: Asus India

Taiwan-based Asus expanded its footprint in the country with the launch of its smartphone... »  

Mobiles & Tablets

Recently, Maxx had launched its AX356 GenxDroid7 for ₹3,696.

Maxx to launch 9 new smartphones

Smartphone maker eyes ₹3,600 cr revenue in FY15
Focussed on the affordable devices category, homegrown handset maker Maxx is expanding its portf... »

Microsoft lays Nokia’s Android series to rest

Microsoft’s move to shift Nokia X handsets to Windows operating system has come as a surprise to many in the industry as devices based on Android OS are much in demand across the world. The... »

ZTE to bring Nubia Z7 Max to India by Oct

Chinese handset maker ZTE is expected to launch its premium ‘Nubia Z7 Max’ handset in India ahead of the festive season to compete in the fiercely contested smartphone market.Nubia Z7 Max,... »

Bose FreeStyle headphones: More than just a style statement

With the SIE2 headphones, Bose showcased a design that became a benchmark of sorts for those who like their music in an active environment. And with MIE2, the manufacturer created a pair of pre... »

ASUS sells 40,000 Zenfone units in four days of its debut

Peter Chang, Regional Head-South Asia and Country Manager – System Business Group at ASUS India. Photo: Ashoke Chakrabarty ASUS, which re-entered the Indian smartphone market with its new Zenfone series, has sold 40,000 units within four days of its debut. Post the launch on July 9, ASUS Zenfone Series has be... »  

‘Indian market can become bigger than China for Xiaomi’

LIN BIN, Co-founder of Xiaomi Inc Xiaomi on Tuesday announced its foray into the Indian market with three smartphones priced between ₹6,999 and ₹13,999. The flagship Mi3 smartphone comes with a 5-inch screen, 2.3GHz Qualco... »

Celkon launches new variants of smartphones

K. T. Rama Rao , Minister for IT, Telangana , Y. Guru , CMD, Celkon Mobiles and Murali Retineni , Executive Director , Celkon , launching the Millennium Series and the Quad Core Smartphones in Hyderabad on Tuesday . - Photo: P.V. SIVAKUMAR Celkon Mobiles, the mobile and wireless solutions company today came up with their latest Millennium series smartphones offering. The strengths of the device are its longevity for the bat... »

Fine on telcos for violating mobile number norms

The government has imposed a penalty of about Rs 2,923 crore on telecom operators in the past seven years for issuing mobile connections without proper verifications, Parliament was informed on Mo... »

Keeping your old iPhone alive

Every year around this time, major tech companies of the world announce new software updates and a plethora of new devices. More often than not, though, these hardware and software updates mean... »

RJio offers ‘foolproof’ system to segregate 4G revenues

Reliance Jio has told the Department of Telecom that it was prepared to offer a ‘foolproof’ mechanism to separate revenues from 4G services on different spectrum bands. RJio has said... »

Tablet for GATE aspirants

Targeting youth Aditya Reddy (left) and Abhijit Chaudhari, Directors, Gateforum Core Team, releasing the tablet in Hyderabad on Friday. PV SIVAKUMAR Hyderabad-based training institute Gateforum has launched pre-loaded tablets for the aspirants of Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE). Priced at ₹19,990, the 10-inch screen tablet wo... »

NTT yet to offload stake in Tata Tele

BlackBerry Z3 – The last ray of hope for BB?

Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S at ₹37,800

Made to last long, not to conquer

BlackBerry launches its next big bet with Z3

Chinese firm Gionee targets 4% market share in handset segment

Karbonn, Intex launch KitKat-powered phones

Intex to venture into Russia for smartphones

We want to cover from PCs to smartphones: Asus India

Peter Chang

Taiwan-based Asus expanded its footprint in the country with the launch of its smartphone, ZenFone. Primarily a PC-maker, Asus’ handsets will compete across both the sub-₹10,000 and higher... »  

Maxx to launch 9 new smartphones

Recently, Maxx had launched its AX356 GenxDroid7 for ₹3,696. Focussed on the affordable devices category, homegrown handset maker Maxx is expanding its portfolio with the launch of nine smartphones and eight feature phones over the next few weeks as it aims... »

Asus ZenFone 5: Will this oust the benchmark?

Budget bloomer Asus ZenFone 5 offers good imaging and a lot of interesting camera modes. We’ve always loved Asus’s experiments with Intel Atom processors – the Fonepad series has been one of our favourite mid-range tablets of all times. It’s simple, honest and is good value for money.... »

Sony’s digital offering clicks

Sony launched a new smartphone flagship model called Xperia Z1 last year. MslGroup Social Hive, the digital and social practice of Mslgroup, advertising major Publicis Groupe’s str... »

Chinese cell-makers up ante by going low cost in India

A Chinese invasion of a different kind is taking the Indian telecom sector by storm. During the past eight months, as many as three Chinese mobile handset manufacturers have foraye... »

'Xiaomi could be bigger in India than in China'

Bin Lin ,Co-founder and President, Xiaomi Corp, with Sachin Bansal, Co-founder and CEO , Flipkart, at the launch of Mi smartphones in New Delhi, on Tuesday. Photo: Kamal Narang Xiaomi, which announced its foray into the Indian market with a range of flagship smartphones, could become bigger in India than in China, according to Lin Bin, co-founder of the Chinese phone com... »

HTC unveils two smartphones

Aiming high (from left) Faisal Siddiqui, Country Head, HTC India, and Chia-Lin Chang, President, Global Sales & CFO, at the launch of smartphones in New Delhi. - Photo: KAMAL NARANG Taiwanese handset maker HTC today said it aims to capture 15 per cent share of the multi-billion dollar Indian smartphone market. The company has launched two new handsets — Desire 616 and HTC One... »

Amazon offers full refund on trial of latest Kindle models

Indian customers have the option to order their Kindle online from www.amazon.in, use it for two weeks and return the device for a full refund. The trial offer is available on the la... »

Swipe Telecom to launch tablet for kids

Targeting children D Sathish Babu, Founder, UniverCell and Shripal Gandhi (right), Founder and CEO, Swipe Telecom, at the launch of Swipe tablet range, in Chennai on Friday. BIJOY GHOSH Swipe Telecom will soon launch an exclusive tablet personal computer for kids in the age group of two to 10. These tablets will be made of food grade materials so they are child-safe and... »

KeyPoint ties up with Lava

KeyPoint Technologies, a user interface technology provider, has tied up with mobile maker Lava to enhance Iris 402e phone’s user-experience with a localisation solution for the Indian market. Key... »

Idea in pact with Opera, Quikr

Now, an app to alert potato farmers on weather & pest attacks

Google partners Micromax, Karbonn, Spice for affordable Android smartphones

India Tablet growth slows down: Report

Microsoft unveils Nokia X2 for €99

India’s mobile services market to reach $37 bn by 2017: IDC

We want to light up devices with Nokia: Karan Bajwa

Oppo Find 7 is a device that packs enough power to challenge Samsung and HTC »

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