Google’s best android tablet yet, the new Nexus 7 (2013), is now available across stores in India. ASUS, the manufacturer of the tablet, launched the tablet after Google made it available on Indian Google Play Store last month. The Nexus 7 2013 comes in 3 variations, 16GB, 32GB and 32GB with 3G+LTE, starting at INR 20,990. Read more »
Last year, in December (12.12.12), Google launched the one-day “Great Online Shopping Festival (GOSF)” in India. For Indian consumers, this was a taste of the Thanksgiving sale in US popularly called Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This year, Google India is back with a bigger package. Around 240 e-commerce portals from various categories will be a part of the online sale over 3 days — 11th, 12th and 13th December 2013. By the way, did you notice how Google smartly starts the sale on 11.12.13? Read more »
Aspire to be a good photographer but don’t want to spend your money on a DSLR? Don’t worry, that’s a very common question from people who want to take it to the next level of photography after using the now “traditional” point-and-shoot digital compact cameras. The answer to that are the Bridge cameras also known as the Superzoom cameras — easy to use and value for money. Let take a closer look at what they offer and some of best Bridge cameras available in the market today. Read more »
It’s that time of the year again! Loads of new announcements and launches. Apple has sent out invites for an event on September 10, 2013. The event is expected to mark the launch of the next iPhone(s) and the more details around iOS7. The much talked about “iPhone 5C” is expected to be much more affordable and take on the Android and Windows Phone smartphones.
“The future of confectionary”. Yes, that’s the Android 4.4 KitKat which will power the next wave of smartphones. But what if KitKat was actually a smartphones? Take a look at this official video from Nestle KitKat! Makes good fun of the phone ads. Read more »
Google has made it official. The next Android version 4.4, is coming and has been named “Android KitKat”! Sweet, isn’t it? This puts all rumors of the name “Keylime Pie “at rest, but it has surely followed the sweet dessert names and alphabetical order, named with letter “K”. Google also announced that 1 billion smartphones and tablets currently run on Android! Read more »
In a surprising move, Microsoft announced the acquisition of Nokia’s Devices and Services division which includes smartphone and mobile phone businesses, along with license of Nokia’s patents and mapping services. Nokia, once a world leader in mobile phone industry, has been a core partner for Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating systems, and has lead the campaign for more than years with their wide range of Lumia devices.
A 5-minute trip on the metro, and you can see people with their heads down, staring at the glaring smartphone screens, fingers on it, and earbuds plugged in. That’s fine, but are we missing something here? Smartphones have become an integral part of our lives, and our obsession often disconnects us from what’s actually taking place. Here’s a video that summarizes it all. Read more »
Moto X, the latest smartphone from the house of Motorola Mobility, now a part of Google, is making news for all reasons. Some say it’s below par in terms of specs, some say it’s for average consumers, and some say it’s the future of smartphones. In reality, Motorola has made a new kind of device. There’s more to love than to hate in this smartphone, and we will tell you why.
The new Google Nexus 7 tablet was announced recently, and it is one power-packed unit. For the money and the specs, it makes it the best android tablet available in the market today. Let’s have a look at what’s on offer, and availability in India. Read more »