TECHNOLOGY

Samsung is working on its own mobile GPU, might bring it to Exynos processors

Before the launch of the Galaxy S5, there were rumours that Samsung might be working on its own GPU for mobile devices. Now, the rumour has resurfaced with even more details. According to a report from Fudzilla, Samsung is continuously working on its own GPU and they have managed to hire engineers from Nvidia, AMD, Intel and some other companies to help them build a better GPU. Apparently, the development has

Future Samsung smartphones to come with 4G LTE compatibility in India?

Roll-out of 4G LTE networks in India is making smartphone brands launch compatible devices in the country. Just like China, India uses 2300 MHz band to provide 4G LTE to consumers and we have already listed all the 4G LTE compatible smartphones in India. Surprisingly, Samsung didn't have any 4G LTE compatible smartphones in the country but looks like upcoming devices will have it. It might also be used in the

HTC One M8 Ace might be a plastic clad version of HTC One M8, to come at a lower price

HTC One M8 is one of the best smartphones in the market right now but it is very expensive as well. The devices like OnePlus One, Gionee Elife E7 and Oppo Find 7 undercut the HTC One M8 in terms of pricing. HTC doesn't want to leave any price segment without any offering by launching the HTC One M8 Ace. Earlier, it was supposed to be a successor to the

MediaTek Launches World’s First LTE Octa-Core Smartphone Chipset MT6595 with Cortex A17 Processor Support

Taiwan based leading fabless semiconductor company MediaTek, mostly known for affordable chipsets, has announced the launch of world's first 4G LTE octa core smartphone SoC - MT6595 with ARM Cortex 17 and Ultra HD H.265 codec support. The SoC will hit the market commercially by first half of 2014 and devices are expected in seconnd half of 2014. The MT6595 employs ARM’s big.LITTLE™ architecture with MediaTek’s CorePilot™ technology to deliver

Tata Communications Announces its Network Readiness to Supply Voice over LTE calling Solution

Tata Communications today announces its network readiness to supply Voice over LTE calling (VoLTE) to its growing global community of IPX-connected service providers. VoLTE will allow mobile network operators to offer HD voice over their LTE / 4G networks and is seen as a key factor for the success of 4G customer uptake. Customers will benefit from near-instant call setup, better sound quality and the ability to have HD Voice

MTNL Launches Carrier Ethernet Network With Capacity of 1.5Tbpcs in Mumbai

Mumbai's largest Broadband service provider, Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) today launched Carrier Ethernet Network With Capacity of 1.5Tbpcs in Mumbai. MTNL and the Dept of Atomic Energy’s Electronic Corporation of India Ltd (ECIL) are entering a strategic partnership by creating a state-of-the art network using indigenous routers that were developed by the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay. The Carrier Ethernet Switch Routers (CESR) were developed by IIT Bombay to

India’s WoNoBo to take on Google Street View, Launches 360-degree-View Platform

India’s very own  geospatial solutions company Genesys, today announced the launch of WoNoBo.com, offers 360-degree ‘walkthroughs’ of streets across 54 Indian cities just like Google Street View. WoNoBo users will be able to search, explore and share ‘points of interest’ across the length and breadth of the country. At launch, the service will be available for 12 major Indian cities and will soon be expanded to 54 cities. WoNoBo.com also

LG India Launches LG PD 233 Pocket Photo Printer ( Mobile Printer) For Android and iOS Smartphones

LG today announced the launch of its LG PD233 Pocket Photo Printer (Mobile Printer) in India. The mobile printer delivers high quality photo prints and provides excellent wireless connectivity, making it the ideal companion for both Android and iOS smartphones. The stylish LG Pocket Printer is one of the smallest and lightest mobile phone printing devices in the market where users can print on the go and also share photos on

Infographic: A Quick Look 40 Years of Ethernet

Over the past 40 years, Ethernet has completely changed the way we communicate, having a profound impact on the global economy. Initially, Ethernet was as simple as a cable connecting a group of computers to a printer. It slowly evolved, connecting a small network of computers before becoming what it is today – supporting a global network of computers whose data is stored and easily accessible within the cloud. Today

Alcatel-Lucent to Deploy 100G System on BBG Submarine Cable System

Alcatel-Lucent will provide gears to multinational consortium to establish the Bay of Bengal undersea cable system. India's Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd is in the consortium along with Vodafone, Omantel, Telekom Malaysia, Dialog Axiata and Etisalat. Planned as commercial operation to be started by 2014, the approx 8000km long Bay of Bengal Gateway (BBG) cable system will enhance the robustness and reliability of international connectivity into and out of the six