Kolkata: They have shown remarkable fighting spirit despite the demoralising spot-fixing scandal and the Rajasthan Royals will now look to upstage the mighty Mumbai Indians in the second qualifier here tomorrow to book, what would be, a dream final berth in the Pepsi IPL. On paper, Mumbai Indians may appear stronger but Rajasthan will be [...]
Hyderabad: Samsung Electronics Thursday announced the launch of its Galaxy Note II in the Indian market. Priced at Rs.39,990, the Galaxy Note II will be available in the Samsung stores in a week’s time. Announcing the launch of the Galaxy Note II in India, B.D. Park, president and CEO (South West Asia), Samsung Electronics, told [...]
Till now developers in India could only post ad-based apps on Google’s Android Play Store, however starting today developers from India will be able to sell their apps on the store. India is among the countries listed in Google’s support page. This is a good move at a time when Android devices are selling well [...]
What is it about the new iPhone that is making tech enthusiasts worldwide say “boo”? Is it the lack of features or is there something more to it? Did you watch Tim Cook and Phil Schiller present the iPhone 5 on Wednesday and get utterly disappointed? Did you think that their products weren’t revolutionary anymore? [...]
Apple announced iPhone 5 yesterday and demoed some of the new featured that’ll make its way to the new device. However most of those features won’t be available in India. iPhone 5 users in India will be able to access Standard and Satellite features of Apple’s new Maps service, but they won’t get turn-by-turn navigation, [...]
iPhone 5 launch event did not excite many people who were watching it live. However there is one aspect of the device which hasn’t received the amount of attention it deserves – the chipset. The latest iPhone will run on A6 chipset and AnandTech believes that it will be running on A15 Cortex, the fastest mobile [...]
Apple’s highly anticipated, next-generation iPhone is finally here. Sporting a larger 4-inch screen iPhone 5 is 18 percent thinner and 20 percent lighter than its predecessor.