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Why did Nokia Release Android Based Smartphones?

Why did Nokia Release Android Based Smartphones?

After dilly-dallying for more than 5 years, Nokia finally seems to have bitten the bullet. After partnering with Microsoft to release Windows Phone based smartphones in 2011, it had recently announced the release of its first Android based smart phones. Released under the new ‘X’ series, the three new smart phones, viz. Nokia X, Nokia...

3 Mobile Operating Systems That Didn’t Make It

The dominance of Android and iOS in the mobile phone is now being challenged by newer entrants into the market like Windows Phone, Firefox OS, and the recently launched Sailfish OS. Despite the advanced features offered by these new mobile operations systems, they are not able to compete effectively with established players. The limited availability...

First Phone Running on Sailfish OS Released

Remember MeeGo? The new OS developed by Nokia and Intel was ditched in favor of Microsoft’s Windows Phone and was almost forgotten by many. Nokia N9 (in picture below) was the only MeeGo running smartphone released in the market. The OS got some good reviews regarding is interface and the way it integrated social networking...
What should be the Right Size of Your Smartphone's Display

What should be the Right Size of Your Smartphone’s Display

Rumors have recently surfaced regarding the display size of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5. The next flagship Galaxy device from the world’s largest seller of smartphones is speculated to have a display size of 5.3 inches. That is an increase of 0.3 inches to that of the present Samsung Galaxy S4. Display sizes of Samsung’s...

Can Tablets Completely Replace Laptops and Desktops?

The latest iPhone 4S and iPad Air feature Apple’s A7 64-bit chip which vastly increased the processing speed of these devices when compared with their earlier models. 64-bit chips were adopted by the PC industry (laptops and desktops) a few years back and the other makers of mobile devices like Samsung and Nokia are expected...

Google Wants to do a Dell With Motorola’s Project Ara for Smartphones

 Other than giving its Android OS free of cost to other mobile manufacturers, Google also makes its own Smartphones and tables under the Nexus brand. So what did Google had in mind when it acquired Motorola back in August 2011. It is now emerging that Google in-fact had very big plans for Motorola under its...

Nokia Releases its First Tablet Lumia 2520 for US$ 499

Nokia has finally released its much anticipated tablet at Nokia World. This is the first tablet to be released by the finish major and one of the most prominent product releases after it was taken over by Microsoft. The 10.1 inch tablet which is dubbed as the Lumia 2520 runs on the latest Microsoft’s operating...

Adidas Releases its Micoach Smartwatch Which Offers Much More than Nike’s Fuelband

The war for a pie in the wearable gadgets now seems to be spreading beyond the technology companies. ¬†Adidas has released a new smartwatch called Micoach which marks the German firm’s entry into the market for sophisticated wearable gadgets. As Micoach is a full-fledged watch, it will not only compete with the likes of Nike’s...

Google Chromebooks Now Availalbe in India

Google has finally launched its Chromebooks in the India. The launch, coming two years after their global debut, marks the availability of another significant hardware product sporting the Google brand. Google has already released its Nexus brand of smart phones and tablets in the Indian market. Two Chromebooks, Acer C720 and CP Chromebook 14 will...

ReGlobe: A New Re-Commerce Service from Snapdeal to Sell Your Old Gadgets

Gadgets lovers often keep changing their gadgets and buy the new ones in the market. Some tech lovers change their gadgets more than once a year. A big problem for such people is selling off their older gadgets for a good price. Running around shops which deal with second hand electronic devices can be an...