Gadgets

Nokia Asha 210: Another Big Hit at Samsung and Micromax

Nokia has announced its new budget phone for emerging markets called the ‘ Nokia Asha 210’. Asha 210 is an addition to its Series 40 based Asha series of phones. The phone is mainly aimed at the budget Android phones and the recently released Samsung Rex series of budget phones. Asha 210 has a full...

Samsung Galaxy Mega Phones: Should You Buy One?

Are the smartphones and tablets finally converging? That seems to be the case if you look at two releases from the market leader Samsung. Samsung has recently unveiled two new smartphones in its Galaxy series of smartphones and tablets called as Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 and Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8. Its Galaxy Tab phablets are...

HTC One: One of the Best Android Smartphones in India

After the rather forgettable HTC Buttefly, HTC has recently launched its new flagship Smartphone HTC One in the Indian market. The new flagship phone is aimed at recapturing its lost glory in the highly competitive smartphone market which is now dominated by Samsung. HTC has packed lot of unique features into its new flagship product...

How to Send Messages from your Computer or Tablet Using your Current Android Phone Number?

There are people who still don’t feel comfortable with their phone’s key pads. The spread of virtual keyboards has just made things more complicated things for them. It took me nearly 3 months to start typing comfortably on the virtual keyboard of my new Sony Xperia. One good solution for such kind of people is...

Cheapest 5-Inch Smartphone in India

Umi, the Chinese mobile phone maker has recently launched a new  smartphone with big display called Umi XE 5. The new smartphone is the cheapest 5-inch smartphone available in India now. The phone is priced at just Rs. 4,999 putting it in direct competition with some budget 5-inchers from brands like Micromax and Karbonn. Eventhough...

Best Phablets Available in India

Phablets fall somewhere in the middle of Smartphones and Tablets and can deliver the functionalities of both the devices. A phablet generally has screen sizes ranging between 5 to 7 inches. Phablets are very well optimized for internet access, reading, and multimedia consumption on the move. If you are the kind of person like me...

How to Receive iPhone Like Pop-up Notifications on your Android Phone (Android Notification App)

Nobody wants to miss an important call or message which needs be attended immediately. Operating systems like iOS and Windows Phone have good pop-up notification systems which make it easier to keep a tab on missed calls, new messages received, and social media notifications. Apart from a beep or a blink, Android phones don’t have...

Pebble Launches its New ‘Smart Watch’.

Pebble, a Silicon Valley startup with loads of  ambition to bring a disruptive product to the market, has finally launched its much awaited smart watch called as the E-Paper Watch. The E-Paper is basically a smart watch which can supplement the functional utility provided by the  Smart Phones and Tablets. The new smart watch from...

3 Best Alternative Browsers to Chrome for Android Phones

Since its release almost a year back in February, 2012, Chrome for Android has replaced the old Android browser and emerged as one of the best browsers available for Android phones. But, Chrome still has some limitations like the lack of compression of the data downloaded and the display of the bookmarks toolbar for accessing...

Microsoft Working on its Own ‘Glass’?

After smartphones and tablets, the wearable gadgets segment seems to be the next big thing in the tecnology world. After announcements from Apple and Samsung, Microsoft is also reportedly working on wearable gadgets scheduled to be released in the market by early 2014. In a note written by the noted analyst Brian White of the...