ext-align: justify;">On Friday Germany and BlackBerry have agreed to no-spy deal after NSA tapping. Yes…they approved Canadian cellphone maker’s purchase of data encryption company Secusmart, whose clients include Chancellor Angela Merkel. The Dusseldorf-based firm offers special devices to the government officials of Germany, which are meant to be safe from eavesdropping. If reports are to be believed, BB agreed to offer Germany access to software source codes. Interesting, isn’t it?
ext-align: justify;">Remember we told you Samsung India will be introducing a new color variant of Samsung Galaxy Alpha in the Indian market? Well, seems like the wait is over as the South Korean smartphone maker announced that a silver colored device will join the already available Gold, White and Black colored versions of the device.
Samsung took to the micro-blogging site to announce when the silver version will begin shipping in India. Featuring a metal frame, the Alpha was available[...]
ext-align: justify;">We all know that Google’s Android 5.0 Lollipop is the most anticipated update in the history of mobile operating system of Google. And many have to wait to download the OS to their devices. So, to ease the pain, here is the exclusive video preview of update on the Samsung Galaxy S4.
ext-align: justify;">Now, we all know that most smartphones in Rs. 10,000 range now arrive with Dual SIM configuration, right? Well, that hasn’t driven the manufacturers to pack more capacity bearing and larger batteries in their handsets. In addition to the devices with latest software update, we have Dual SIM smartphones under Rs. 8000, which not only offer something unique on user experience front, but also promise a decent performance. Take a look…
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ext-align: justify;">On Thursday, BlackBerry announced partnership with Samsung Electronics Co and other companies, sending its shares 7% higher and widening its reach of new mobile device security platform and management. Both Samsung and BlackBerry will be offering a highly secure mobile solution for Android handsets starting in 2015.
Mr. John Jackson, Technology Analyst at IDC said: “The partnership with Samsung is a very big deal. It’s hard to imagine a joint venture with[...]
ext-align: justify;">As expected, Microsoft finally introduced the first Lumia device with its own branding, known as Microsoft Lumia 535. The all-new handset will be available in two variants – single SIM with same name and dual SIM called Lumia 535 Dual SIM. The Lumia 535 will first be available in Bangladesh, Hong Kong and China, followed by others, and is expected to be priced at Rs. 8400.
Introducing the Microsoft Lumia 535, the company said: “Today sees the introduction[...]
ext-align: justify;">Bigger than bigger! More powerful yet remarkably power efficient and larger yet dramatically thinner - iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, we all have been waiting for the prices of this high-spec devices, right? Well, the wait is over, as the smartphone maker has revealed the prices for India launch. Apple will be introducing its 16GB version at the price of Rs. 53,500 in India, whereas the iPhone 6 Plus with 5.5 inch display will be available for Rs. 62,500.
ext-align: justify;">Android 5.0 Lollipop is here, and it means a mad scramble is about to occur, as the companies are rushing to update their devices to the latest version of Google’s OS. Well, we say, ‘mad’ and ‘scramble’, bringing out an update, at times, can be a plodding affair. So, to ensure you are completely updated, we have pulled out the official news concerning the new operating system of Google on your tablet or smartphone of choice.
The update confirmation[...]
ext-align: justify;">Asus launched its first set of Smartphone’s – Zenfone Series - 4, 5 and 6 at Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year. It offered a choice of screen sizes ranging from 4.0 to 6.0 inch, exclusively designed Asus ZenUI user interface for smart devices and powered with Intel Atom processors. And now, the Taiwanese phone maker is planning to announce its second generation of Zenfone Series at CES next year, which would include a 5.5 inch version.
ext-align: justify;">At the double exposure event this Friday, HTC introduced the quad-core Desire 820q and octa-core Desire 820 in India, after announcing the devices with 816G handset last month. The latest midrange Smartphone’s of HTC feature a 5.5 inch screen and run on Android 4.4 Kitkat with Sense 6 user interface. The Desire 820q is motivated by a Snapdragon 410 quad-core 1.2GHz processor, while the Desire 820 is powered by a Snapdragon 615 octa-core Qualcomm one.