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  • Good old BlackBerry | The Indian Express

    17 January, 2015 7:55 PM 103

    BlackBerry has launched the Classic, its latest smartphone which looks like its older phones, in India. The phone will be available only on Snapdeal.com. The Classic tries to cater to the traditional BlackBerry user who want the physical keys as well as the traditional trackpad along with the touchscreen. The keyboard promises better accuracy for users

  • A Higgs Boson physicist moves on

    17 January, 2015 6:30 PM 112

    Rolf-Dieter Heuer, a crinkly-eyed German with a snowy goatee, showed up at Four Seasons at Manhattan, dressed like the physicist he is — in a sweater and baggy jeans — rather than the diplomat he had just been playing. The UN was in session, and Heuer, the director-general of the European Organization of Nuclear Research, or CERN, had a featured role in events

  • Embibe online coaching for IITJEE, AIPMT, BITSAT

    16 January, 2015 2:40 PM 112

    Most engineering and medical aspirants in India prefer to join professional coaching institutes to compete. However, many students are unable to keep up with the pace of knowledge consumption. Ultimately, the coaching class is led by a few excellent students whereas the average students fall out of sync very soon. Providing personalised attention to each and every

  • Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G, Yu Yureka & Lenovo A6000: But do you need to buy a 4G phone?

    16 January, 2015 8:32 AM 102

    India is slowly getting 4G LTE—the next step in mobile Internet connectivity after 3G. 4G is faster and also bumps up the voice quality on phone calls, so it’s the better network to use if you can get it. That said, 4G is expensive and not easily available right now. Still, whether you should buy a 4G phone or not is confusing. There are too many factors

  • Quirkiest products of CES 2015

    15 January, 2015 7:50 PM 108

    The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas sets the tone for the kind of products and technology trends that will be visible for the rest of year. However, the show also hosts a bunch of companies that have thought up products that might not be really intended to solve a problem, but will catch anyone’s notice anyway. A pick of six of the quirkiest

  • Sorry Yureka buyers, it was a technical glitch: Amazon India

    15 January, 2015 3:21 PM 96

    Amazon India today apologised through their official Twitter handle for charging more during the first flash sale of Yu Yureka smartphone on January 13. Stating that “Yureka smartphone was erroneously priced as Rs 12,499 instead of Rs 8,999″ the e-commerce said that “they were actively working” to address the error. However, Amazon India did not say anything

  • Swipe Ultimate Tab 3G at Rs 19,999

    15 January, 2015 2:19 PM 96

    Swipe Technologies has launched its new Windows 8.1 2-in-1 device called Ultimate Tab 3G at a price of Rs 19,999. The tablet runs on a 1.86GHz Intel Z3735F processor with 646MHz Intel HD Graphicsand 2GB RAM. Powered by a 7000mAh battery, it comes with a 5MP rear camera and a 2 MP front camera. Swipe Ultimate Tab 3G sports a 10.1-inch display along with a easy-to-connect

  • ‘Robotic toys trigger creativity, learning and a do-it-yourself philosophy’

    15 January, 2015 10:43 AM 107

    Sixteen years ago Furby, one of the first robotic consumer toys to gain global attention, was launched. Since its introduction during the holiday season of 1998, robotics in toys has come a long way. At the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas there were a host of companies selling toy robots that went much beyond your regular concept

  • Blackberry Classic launched in India at Rs 31,990

    15 January, 2015 7:27 AM 85

    BlackBerry has launched the Classic, its latest smartphone which looks like its older phones, in India. The phone will be available only on Snapdeal.com. The Classic tries to cater to the traditional BlackBerry user who want the physical keys as well as the traditional trackpad along with the touchscreen. The keyboard promises better accuracy for users

  • Saygus V2 is a super smartphone

    15 January, 2015 4:17 AM 107

    What if there was a phone that could give you all the features you could ever ask for in a modern day phone? Well, the Saygus V2 (pronounced V-square) tries to do just that. Created by Saygus, a mobile design company based in Salt Lake City, Utah and manufactured like most other smartphones in China, this one aspired to be a super smartphone. And one read of the spec sheet