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BlackBerry Z30: Parting Shot

Sunday 10 November '13

Can the BlackBerry Z30 help revive the beleaguered company's fortunes?
BlackBerry Z30 launched in India, with 5-inch display, Rs 39,990 price tag

Thursday 24 October '13

BlackBerry Z30 is a bold attempt to regain foothold in the market flooded with smartphones.
Launch Pad

Sunday 20 October '13

AOC unveiled a 23-inch 3D TV — LED Razor TV — which has 1920×1080 resolution.
Utility Kit: Portable accessories that add value to your smartphones

Sunday 20 October '13

To make the most of smartphones, there are a wide range of accessories available in the market.
Novel design

Sunday 6 October '13

The novelty factor in LG G2 lies in the absence of the volume and power buttons that have been shifted to the rear panel of the smartphone.
Launchpad: LG's new G2 smartphone

Friday 4 October '13

The novelty factor in LG G2 lies in the absence of physical buttons.
Classic keypad

Sunday 15 September '13

BB 7 is not dead. True to that, the company launched the 9720, that focuses on social networking and is cheaper.
Google You Can Drive My Car

Sunday 15 September '13

Robo-Taxi, a fleet of technology-driven chauffeur-less cars, is a Google X project.
Google You Can Drive My Car

Sunday 15 September '13

Robo-Taxi, a fleet of technology-driven chauffeur-less cars, is a Google X project.
Multi-lingual

Sunday 8 September '13

With Aqua i7 smartphone, Indian manufacturer Intex has entered the crowded premium smartphone segment.
Reading Double: Kindle Fire HD, Paperwhite

Sunday 1 September '13

Amazon launches its two flagship devices in India
Touchscreen desktop

Sunday 18 August '13

Dell’s Inspiron AIO 20 is a touchscreen desktop computer that has a 20-inch display.
Launchpad: Dell Inspiron AIO 20

Saturday 17 August '13

Dell's Inspiron AIO 20 is a touchscreen desktop computer that has a 20-inch display.
LG Optimus G Pro: The Last Laugh

Sunday 11 August '13

LG’s Optimus G Pro is edgy enough to catch up with the competition
'It's not about controlling social media, it's about agreeing that there are certain rules of the game'

Monday 5 August '13

Excerpts from the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism debate on using and dealing with social media
Can it please the crowd

Sunday 14 July '13

Keyboard wars: Swiftkey, Adaptxt, Swype

Sunday 14 July '13

While the stock Android keyboard app is excellent, here is a look at better alternatives:
Micromax Canvas 4 launched at a price of Rs 17,999 in India

Monday 8 July '13

After bagging a windfall with 11,500 pre-orders, Micromax has launched the Canvas 4.
Launchpad: Transformer tX300

Sunday 7 July '13

After Asus launched convertible all-in-one computers last month, the company has unveiled Transformer TX 300, a 13.3-inch notebook
LG Optimus G Pro: Better late than never

Saturday 6 July '13

LG has finally launched the Optimus G Pro smartphone in India.

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