• 05:53 Aug 25, 2019

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Laptops & Tablets

Dell's new tablet with super specs

The tablet, based on Windows 7 pro (probably Windows 8) with a core i5 processor, 4 GB RAM, and a 10.1 inch screen, is reportedly coming this October.

Laptops & Tablets

It's possible: touchscreens for visually challenged!

Physical controls have been important for users who are visually challenged or do not have extremely good hand eye coordination, but a new technology will make touchscreens for such people.

Laptops & Tablets

Asus Eee Pad coming to India by year end

Asus Eee Pad Slider tablet has been announced for launch in the UK in the coming Autumn season with the company planning to announce pricing details some time this month.

Laptops & Tablets

Android 3.2 coming to Motorola Xoom soon

Motorola Xoom users will get an Android Honeycomb 3.2 update for their devices in the coming few days, confirms an Android project member.

Laptops & Tablets

New Google Talk software to ensure smoother video chats

Google Talk will now come embedded with 2D video software meant for tablets, and with Android 3.0 and above, will ensure better and smoother video chat sessions.

Mobile

Nokia contest: Play game on X7 and win F1 ticket

The top 10 winners will win an all-expenses paid trip and a ticket each to the F1 Grand Prix in Singapore being held on September 25 this year.

Mobile

LG's first touch and type phone spotted

LG Optimus Pro, an Android phone with a full qwerty keypad has been spotted in Italy. The phone sports latest Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 2.8 inch touch screen, WiFi and a lucrative price of 169 Euros (Rs 12495).

Applications

Disco comes up with new update

Slide has been working almost autonomously within Google, and the app Disco hasn't received any promotion from Google either. Users can just use the 'Star' command to follow any Twitter feed within the Disco groups.

Applications

Toshiba Thrive tablet now available in the USA

Toshiba Thrive tablet is now available to order from Amazon starting $430. Loaded with Android 3.1 Honeycomb, Thrive comes with 1Ghz Nvidia Tegra processor and sports USB as well as HDMI ports.

Mobile

Android handset prices may go up

Now that Microsoft and Oracle are going after Android based smartphone makers, asking them to pay $15 to $20 per handset, the cost of the Android smartphones may go up by Rs 1,000.

Applications

HTC promises unlocked bootloaders for latest devices

An unlocked bootloader will enable the users to install third party apps which generally require root access.

Mobile

Nexus 3 to feature dedicated Google+ button

However, there is now confusion over who will manufacture the upcoming Nexus 3 smartphone. Earlier, Samsung claimed it would manufacture the handset but reports are now saying HTC will be the manufacturer.

Applications

Google strengthens loyalty card business

This is the second big news in the sector this week with Nokia announcing its 'Perks' paperless discount coupons service earlier this week.

Operator

Talk to Katrina Kaif on Airtel's Talk2Me

Katrina Kaif will be interacting with customers live today at 2 pm. Customers need to dial 50505 to register for the event.

Laptops & Tablets

Iriver launches first Google eBooks-integrated e-reader

Though there is no indication of Iriver launching the e-reader in India, users can buy these products from various e-commerce sites and retailers across India.