• 17:14 Aug 21, 2019

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India moves closer to 4G

4G will soon be launched. Consumers using 4G (LTE) networks will be connected even where the LTE network is unavailable as the new devices will switch to 3G or 2G, depending on which is available.

High speed Tata Photon unveiled

The company has not divulged price of dongle, but these details are expected to be available in the third week of September.

MTS launches MBlaze Ultra with 9.8 Mbps speed

MTS is also planning to launch a tablet which will support EVDO network.

Nvidia Tegra Zone online open for mobile users

Nvidia has launched an online version of the Tegra Zone for Tegra processor powered devices.

Kindle 3G works well in India

While reading books on Kindle, users realise they don't have to make any effort to keep the pages of the book open, which is a welcome relief.

Free Norton antivirus launched for Android

If stolen or lost, users can remotely lock their Android phones using the Norton Mobile Security Lite.

Portable speakers from Genius for mobile devices

Inspan has launched Genius SP-i300, a portable speaker for mobile phones. The speaker is very light weight and small with a battery of its own.

Nokia launches BH 112 Bluetooth headset for casual users

The headset comes in five different colours and can be connected to more than one device at any given point of time. Priced around Rs 2200, it will be available in the market from mid next month.

Huawei launches HiLink E353 data card

The HiLink E353 automatically connects users to the Internet in as little as 15 seconds after the data card is inserted into the USB port, without the need for a tedious dial-in process, driver installation or manual configuration.

Beetel launches wireless hotspot in India

The 3G Max can be connected to a mobile phone (cellular) carrier and provide internet access for up to five devices.

Razer unveils gaming headset for smartphones

Razer Electra music and gaming headset comes to the official web catalogue with an expected delivery date slated for October.

Non touchscreen e-reader from Binatone launched

Binatone ReadMe Mobile has no touchscreen but comes with a keypad, Android 2.1, and WiFi which would help the users to browse the web and do some email work as well, apart from reading books on it.

Sony PS Vita may come sooner than expected

Sony's new generation handheld gaming console might arrive in countries including India much before than what was being expected as a year ending launch.

10 mobile etiquettes you must follow

While mobile phones are a very useful tool of communication, it is increasingly also becoming a conversation breaker with usage in inappropriate place and time.

Android Market to choose best file for your device

Google announced multiple APK files support for developers to address the fragmentation issues and also allow observing better control over distribution of the Apps.