Motorola Moto Z Play with Snapdragon 625 SoC launched at Rs. 24,999


Motorola Moto Z Play with Snapdragon 625 SoC launched at Rs. 24,999
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Along with Moto Z, Lenovo has launched also launched Motorola Moto Z Play smartphone in India. It is launched with a price tag of Rs. 24,999. It will be available from 17 October. (more…)


How, and Why, Apple Overtook Microsoft


When Microsoft stock was at a record high in 1999, and its market capitalization was nearly $620 billion (roughly Rs. 38,31,445 crores), the notion that Apple Computer would ever be bigger – let alone twice as big – was laughable. Apple was teetering on bankruptcy. And Microsoft was so dominant in personal computers, then the center of the technology universe, that the government deemed it an unlawful monopoly.

This week, both Microsoft and Apple unveiled their latest earnings, and the once unthinkable became reality: Apple’s market capitalization hit $683 billion (roughly Rs. 42,20,769 crores), more than double Microsoft’s current value of $338 billion (roughly Rs. 20,88,755 crores). (more…)

Nintendo to Discontinue Club Nintendo Rewards Program


Nintendo is discontinuing its Club Nintendo rewards program and will replace it in the U.S. with a new customer loyalty program at a later date.

Members of Club Nintendo earned “coins” by registering products or completing surveys. They could exchange those coins for downloadable games, posters or character figures. (more…)

How to Add Touchscreen Home Button on iPhone, iPad ?


The home button is the biggest button on iOS devices and probably the most important one. It’s a great example of what makes the iPhone and iPad so easy to use – that single button will always take you to the homescreen no matter what you’re doing. On many Android devices, home is a software button that disappears inside apps, leaving you feeling stuck, but the physical home button on iOS devices is always there. At the same time, power users can double and triple tap the button for additional functions. (more…)

Microsoft’s Lumia 830 and Lumia 930 Gold Launched


Microsoft’s Nokia Lumia 830 and Nokia Lumia 930, which were launched last year flaunting aluminium frames with metallic accents, have now been re-launched with ‘anodised gold colour’ aluminium frame separately from CES 2015. (more…)

Nokia N1 Will Be launched On 28 Jan in China


Nokia’s return to the hardware market looks set to become official later this month as the N1 tablet will begin shipping in China on January 28th. Pre-orders for the Nokia N1, which is manufactured by Foxconn and sold under the Nokia brand, will begin tomorrow and the N1 tablet will cost 1599 RMB (equivalent to around $258 or £170). (more…)

Lenovo Tab 2 A7-10 And Tab 2 A7-30 With 7-inch Displays Announced


Lenovo announced two new Android tablets, Tab 2 A7-10 and Tab 2 A7-30 in the A-series. These Tab 2 series of tablets, successors of last year’s A7-30 have 7-inch (1024 x 600) IPS displays, are powered by a , 1.3GHz Quad-Core MediaTek MT8382M SoCs and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat. Both these have 1GB RAM, 8GB of internal storage and pack a 3450mAh battery. The Tab 2 A7-30 also comes in 16GB variant.

The Lenovo A7-30 comes in WiFi and 3G with voice calling support and the Tab 2 A7-10 comes only in Wi-Fi version. (more…)

2015 Most Awaited Smartphones


In the smartphone ecosystem, no brand can rely on a particular version for more than 8-10 months. And buyers aren’t averse to jumping ship, should the competition offer better specifications at a lower price. Not surprisingly, then, all the major smartphone makers are lining up new big guns for 2015: (more…)

IO Hawk- CES 2015


IO Hawk, a self-balancing motorized personal transporter, at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show.


A promising and much awaited gadget likely to be launched in 1st half of 2015. And it is expected to get priced tagged for 1800$

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How to Book Train Tickets With IRCTC Using SMS


Our government is going increasingly digital and with mobile penetration and number of smartphone users in India skyrocketing, it’s getting easier than ever to do things online or via our phones. The catch is that most people don’t actually know you can do all this so easily – and that’s why we are trying to help our readers find out about different government services that are now online, and showing you how to use them. (more…)