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Sony SmartBand Talk SWR30 app gets a major update

Sony has just started rolling out a new update for the SmartBand Talk SWR30 application for its wearable, the SmartBand Talk SWR30. The update comes with the build number 5.0.0.66 and brings in a major overhaul over the previous version which came with the build number 5.0.66. The update brings with it the functionality of scrolling content from the volume keys. It can also connect to Google Fit now. The… Read More

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Teewe 2 Review: A Chromecast Competitor

As the world started moving on from CRT TVs to LCD TVs, there was one more change happening in the ecosystem of home audio-visual entertainment. DVD players were being replaced by media players or smart televisions. One could just transfer media files to a hard disk or a pen drive, attach it to a media player or a smart television, and play back effortlessly. After the broadband speed improved, people… Read More

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Xiaomi Mi Band launched on Flipkart for Rs 999, to be available without registrations

Xiaomi Mi Band, the cheapest wearable on sale these days has just been launched on Flipkart. The smart band was launched back in April and was available only through Mi.com till now. The Mi Band has gone on sale without registrations and will be readily available till June 24 on the e-commerce portal. The smartband has been sold through flash sales till now but will be available through open sales… Read More

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Lenovo launches Cast, a low-cost streaming device to rival Google Chromecast

Lenovo has just launched a new streaming device named the Cast which brings in media streaming on a budget. The Lenovo Cast looks like flattened ball and it connects to your television and smartphones. The company is gunning for the popular Chromecast stick with the new streaming device. It is depending on the better ways for streaming your multimedia to the screen and faster connectivity speeds. It supports both 2.4… Read More

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Micromax to launch a new product category on April 30

Micromax, the Indian tech giant is trying to venture into new product lines after having had a strong foot hold in smartphones and tablets. After these, it ventured into televisions and later on it went ahead and launched smart televisions. The company is all geared up to launch a new product line and has started sending out invites for an April 30 event. The invite reads as ‘The next smart… Read More

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Datawind launches Pocketsurfer 2G4 and 3G4 at Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,999 offers one year of free internet from RCom

DataWind the company responsible for the Aakash Tablets has recently launched two ultra affordable Android smartphones. The 2G4 and 3G4 cost Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,999 respectively and the fact that they come with an entire year of free Rcom internet access makes the deal sweeter. DataWind has tied up with Rcom to offer not only free unlimited web browsing for an entire year but also unlimited email usage and… Read More

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Wi-Fi and Gesture support are coming to Android Wear in the next update

Android Wear as a platform has been trying to gain popularity but some of its drawbacks have kept it from being the force to reckon with it can be. With the launch of the Apple Watch, the competition in the smartphone watch segment has further heated up. Google is working constantly on updating its platform with more functionalities and as per the latest reports, the support for Wi-Fi and Gesture… Read More

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Intex launches Power HD with 4000mAh battery, HD display, Android Kitkat for Rs 9,444

Intex has launched Intex Power HD, a successor to its handset Power launched in December, for just Rs 9,444. The device is available at all Intex stores across India. Just like its predecessor, the Power HD also comes with a 4000 mAh battery, which the company claims to power the device with more than 20 hours of talktime and up to 500 hours on standby mode. The device’s battery can… Read More

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Micromax allows installation of unwanted apps remotely

Micromax, the Indian handset maker, has added another way to provide bad service to its users. GSMArena reports that multiple Micromax users are finding new apps on their device that they didn’t install themselves. This was reported by a reddit user couple of days ago, where his Micromax A093 Canvas Fire started installing apps without the user’s consent. Turns out Micromax has replaced Google’s Over-The-Air update service by FWUpgrade.apk from… Read More

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Micromax to launch its Cyanogen powered ‘Yu’ smartphones on December 18

Micromax has started sending out invites for its upcoming event, which according to the invite will take place on December 18. Last month, Micromax had announced that it will launch a new mobile device brand called ‘Yu’, whose handsets will be sold online, following the latest trend of Chinese handset makers like Xiaomi and OnePlus. The reason Micromax wants to try out the online model is understandable. As a company, it can cut costs… Read More

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Google Chromecast launched in India for Rs. 2,999 on the eve of GOSF 2014

Yesterday, Google launched the Motorola Nexus 6 and the HTC Nexus 9 in India. Today, Google has announced that the Chromecast is now officially available in India on the eve of GOSF 2014, the yearly online shopping festival in India organised by Google. Google has partnered with the e-retail giant Snapdeal and Airtel to being the Chromecast to India at a price of Rs. 2,999. The Google Chromecast, which was launched 16… Read More

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Google Nexus 9 16GB Wi-Fi variant now available on Amazon

Google’s Nexus 9 tablet, which went on sale in October on Google Play store, is now available on Amazon for purchase. The 16GB WiFi Indigo black variant is priced at Rs 28,900. However, it’s not clear whether the LTE version will also available. The Nexus 9 32GB LTE version is currently priced at Rs 44,900 on the Google Play Store. There’s no difference in pricing of both the variants listed on… Read More

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OnePlus One users in India won’t receive updates from Cyanogen; company plans to make its own software

OnePlus One is about to launch in India on December 2 via Amazon but it has been greeted with a bad news today. Cyanogen has announced on its blog that it has inked a deal with Micromax, in which, it will provide software Cyanogen OS to Micromax’s YU brand of smartphones exclusively. This came as a shock to OnePlus and OnePlus One users in India, as the device won’t receive… Read More

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