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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...
A Detailed Guide to Deep Web

A Detailed Guide to Deep Web

FBI has recently arrested Ross William Ulbricht, the alleged founder of the illegal online website ‘Silk Road’ last month. Customers of Silk Road could anonymously order different kind of drugs through the website. It took a lot of time and effort for FBI to trace and shutdown this illegal online market place. The reason for...

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...

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...

Top 5 Smartwatches to Select From

The market for smart watches is seeing lot of activity with the launch of Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch. Google too has announced that it had acquired the smartwatch maker WIMM one year earlier. This makes it amply clear that we can see more and more new launches in the emerging smartwatch space by industry heavy...

How to Make your Smartphone Future Proof

Smartphones have now become essential devices and people are spending lot of money for buying a high end smartphone. As technology changes rapidly, smartphones are getting obsolete as new smartphones with more advanced features are released into the market. Below are some of the features you should look for to make your smartphone future proof:...

mOwayduino Mini Robots: Robotics for Everyone

Robotics has been the stuff of Sci-Fi movies, programmers, and big manufacturing companies. A Spanish startup called Minirobots wants to bring robotics within the reach of every common person and has developed small programmable robots called mOwayduino. mOwayduino robot looks like a bigger computer mouse which can roam around your house freely. Three wheels are...

Top 3 Latest and Cool Wearable Gadgets

The stuff we have been seeing on the science fiction movies seems to be getting real. As technology gets increasingly personal, more and more gadget manufacturers are focusing on developing wearable gadgets. One of the main reason for this trend is that the market for premium priced mobile phones and tablets is peaking out and...

Variety of New Android Powered Gadgets Now Availalbe (Android Cameras, Android Smart Watches, etc.)

Android OS has come a long way since it was first introduced in the market by Google in October, 2008. Google acquired Android in 2005 and has committed lot of resources for its development. Android has a 75 percent share in the global smart phone market now. Google doesn’t charge anything from the device manufacturers...