• Nokia unveils new metal-body Lumia 925
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    Nokia unveils new metal-body Lumia 925

    The Lumia 925 comes packed with 1GB RAM, 16 GB internal memory, 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon and 7 GB free SkyDrive cloud storage.

  • Nokia Lumia 920 vs Nokia Lumia 925
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    Nokia Lumia 920 vs Nokia Lumia 925

    Nokia Lumia smartphones are now available at significantly reduced prices. Lumia 920 is now available for Rs. 23,999 while Lumia 925 is now available for Rs.29,999.  Go through the features of both of these high-end camera phones.

  • Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 920
    Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 920

    Lumia 920 is Nokia's latest flagship smartphone based on Windows Phone 8 operating system. Prior to its launch in India it was surrounded by a lot of controversies related to a fake video about its camera's capabilities, and availability in oversee markets where it was unveiled in November.

  • Nokia Lumia 900: First Look
    Nokia Lumia 900: First Look

    Nokia finally launched its Lumia 900 in the Indian market for Rs 32,999, a spokesperson of the company confirmed this to The Mobile Indian. Nokia Lumia 900 is a non 4G version but will support download speeds up to 42 Mbps. However there is no network in India offering that kind of speed as the maximum speed available here in the country is just 21 Mbps.

  • Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 820
    Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 820

    In January 2013, with much fanfare Nokia launched in India the new Lumia smartphones running Microsoft Windows Phone 8. The new Nokia Lumia 820 and Lumia 920 smartphones with Windows Phone 8 are being offered in fancy colours for the Indian crowd.

  • Mobile Review: Nokia Lumia 800
    Mobile Review: Nokia Lumia 800

    Nokia came out with its Lumia series of devices some time back. There are currently two Lumia handsets in India as on Feb 2012. These are the pocket friendly Nokia Lumia 710 and the stylish Lumia 800.

  • Nokia Lumia 720: First look
    Nokia Lumia 720: First look

    Nokia's cheaper Windows Phone 8 variant, Lumia 720, offers impressive looks and features that can put even expensive phones to shame.

  • Nokia Lumia 710
    Nokia Lumia 710

    The Lumia 710 sports a 3.7-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display screen and was initially priced at Rs 20,000. Now available at Rs. 15,500.

  • Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 620
    Mobile review: Nokia Lumia 620

    Nokia's Lumia 620 can be called a significant improvement over the Lumia 610, which appeared to be a rushed job. In terms of design, both smartphones are quite distinct, but the capacitive Windows buttons is what connects them.

  • Nokia Lumia 620: First Look
    Nokia Lumia 620: First Look

    Nokia's Lumia 620 is now finally available in India for Rs 14,999. Few days back, few online retailers were taking preorders of the handset for Rs 15,1999 though.

  • Nokia Lumia 610: First look
    Nokia Lumia 610: First look

    Nokia's cheapest Windows Phone variant the Lumia 610 offers impressive looks and features though it competes with the Lumia 710.

  • Nokia Lumia 520: Hands on
    Nokia Lumia 520: Hands on

    Nokia's cheapest Windows Phone variant Lumia 520 is as good as it gets. Nokia 510 was the cheapest Windows 7.5 smartphone and now Nokia is back with an upgrade in the form of Nokia 520-by far the cheapest ever Windows Phone 8 based smartphone.

  • Nokia Lumia 510
    Nokia Lumia 510

    Nokia Lumia 510 packs an 800 MHz Qualcomm processor, 5 megapixel camera, mere 4 GB on-board storage and no micro SD card and runs Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh.

  • 15 new Asian smartphone makers hoping to crush Samsung and …

    15 new Asian smartphone makers hoping to crush Samsung and …

    15 new Asian smartphone makers hoping to crush Samsung and …

    Samsung is the world’s – and Asia’s – top smartphone maker. But there are a lot of rival phone-makers out there aiming to dethrone the likes of Samsung and Apple. That competition is especially strong ...

  • Mars has a volcanic 'heart'!

    Washington, April 13 (IANS) After the discovery of "Australia" by NASA's Curiosity Rover, scientists have now located a heart shape on Tharsis Bulge, a region home to some of the Red planet's biggest ancient volcanoes. Formed most likely through volcanic activity, the heart shape was spotted by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter orbiting 170 miles above. Located south of the huge shield volcano Ascraeus Mons, it measures approximately 200 metres across.

  • Amy Adams may star in 'Story of Your Life'

    Washington, April 3 (ANI): Amy Adams is in talks to star in Denis Villeneuve directed 'Story of Your Life', an adaptation of a short story by 'Nebula and Hugo' Award-winning author Ted Chiang.

  • Ancient volcanic explosions could reveal how Mercury came …

    Washington, April 3 (ANI): Researchers have discovered that the surface of Mercury is crackled with volcanic explosions for extended periods of the planet's history. On Earth, volcanic explosions like the one that tore the lid off Mount St. Helens happen because our planet's interior is rich in volatiles-water, carbon dioxide and other compounds with relatively low boiling points. Mercury, however, was long thought to be bone dry when it comes to volatiles, and without volatiles there can't be explosive volcanism. But that view started to change in 2008, after NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft made its first flybys of Mercury.

  • Lava Iris 550Q with 5.5-inch display launched

    Lava Iris 550Q with 5.5-inch display launched

    Lava Iris 550Q with 5.5-inch display launched

    Lava Iris 550Q with 5.5-inch display launched

  • Mars' lava fields could actually be massive mud flo …

    Washington, Apr 1 (ANI): After taking a detailed look at the distinctive Cerberus Fossae, planetary scientists say that some of Mars' lava fields may actually be massive mud flows, indicating that the ancient feature may not have been caused by volcanic activity at all. If this is the case, then many other Mars lava flows need to be reexamined, Lionel Wilson of the University of Hawai'i, Manoa, and Peter Mouginis-Mark of Lancaster University said. But would mud flows have a platy crust too? For one thing, the lower atmospheric pressure of Mars would cause the water inside the mud flow to boil.

  • Yellowstone National Park rattled by largest earthquake …

    Yellowstone National Park rattled by largest earthquake …

    Yellowstone National Park rattled by largest earthquake …

    The latest earthquake struck at 6:34 a.m. near the Norris Geyser Basin and was felt about 23 miles (37 km) away in two small Montana towns adjacent to year-around entrances to the park - Gardiner and West Yellowstone. The national park spans 3,472 square miles (8,992 square km) of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, and draws about 3 million visitors each year to its iconic geysers and wildlife attractions, including bison. A U.S. Geological Survey team planned to tour the Norris Geyser Basin on Sunday to determine if the quake altered any of Yellowstone's geothermal features, such as geysers, mud pots and hot springs. Several people reported having felt shaking they compared to the rumble of a tractor-trailer truck driving by, and a few items fell off the shelves at a local grocery store, a West …

  • Hope floats for BJP

    Hope floats for BJP

    Hope floats for BJP

    This land of Shiva, the destroyer, is slowly waking up to its sudden transformation from a city lost in time to the new epicentre of the Battle for India.

  • How nature favoured the Mongols in their conquests

    Washington, Mar 11 (ANI): By studying the rings of ancient trees in mountainous central Mongolia, researchers think they may have unraveled the mystery of how small bands of nomadic Mongol horsemen united to conquer much of the world within a span of decades, 800 years ago. The rise of the great leader Genghis Khan and the start of the largest contiguous empire in human history was propelled by a temporary run of nice weather. Grass production must have boomed, as did vast numbers of war horses and other livestock that gave the Mongols their power. But the tree rings, spanning 1,112 years from 900 to 2011, also exhibit an ominous modern trend.

  • Nokia X formally launched in India for Rs 8,599

    Nokia X formally launched in India for Rs 8,599

  • LG directs Head of Departments to be more accessible to …

    New Delhi, Apr.24 (ANI): To streamline the functioning of the Delhi Government and to make it more sensitive and citizen-friendly, the Lieutenant Governor of the State Najeeb Jung has directed all the Principal Secretaries, Secretaries, HODs to be available in their offices from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. every day except Wednesday to meet public and listen to their grievances for redressal. He has also directed them to share the information pertaining to the important issues or work done by their departments for dissemination to general public through Directorate of Information and Publicity through the designated officers already allocated to their departments for issuance of press releases/press communiqu�s. The Lieutenant Governor has asked the Chief Secretary to issue orders to all Principal …

  • Sachin Tendulkar: A tribute to the timeless master

    Sachin Tendulkar: A tribute to the timeless master

    Sachin Tendulkar: A tribute to the timeless master

    Sachin Tendulkar: A tribute to the timeless master

  • China relaunches rail link with Europe

    Beijing, April 24 (IANS) A freight train Wednesday began its journey from central China's Wuhan city to Poland's Lodz, restarting the Wuhan-Xijiang-Europe rail route after it was suspended for technical reasons. Its 15-day journey will pass along the Silk Road economic belt through major cities in central and northwest China, Kazakhstan, Russia and Belarus before arriving at the destination, Xinhua reported. The rail trip is about one month quicker than the maritime alternative, and costs a fifth as much as air freight, according to the Wuhan Transport Committee. "It will greatly improve the competitiveness of exports made in Wuhan and nearby regions," said Yu Shiping, director of the committee.

  • Moto X walnut finish now available in India

    Moto X walnut finish now available in India

    Moto X walnut finish now available in India

    Moto X walnut finish now available in India.

  • Google working on a budget Nexus smartphone

    Google working on a budget Nexus smartphone

  • Microsoft mulling renaming Nokia Oyj to Microsoft Oy: R …

    Washington, Apr 21 (ANI): The American software giant Microsoft is reportedly planning to rename the Nokia Oyj to Microsoft Oy, when the acquisition deal is closed. According to CNET, the new subsidiary will serve as Microsoft's mobile devices division, according to the letter, which informed suppliers that the terms and conditions of their contracts would not change when the deal is completed. The acquisition deal was supposed to close by Q-1 of this year but now it is expected to close by April, due to some antitrust reviews of the acquisition in Asia.

  • HTC to come up with optical zoom for smartphones in 18 to …

    Washington, Apr 20 (ANI): HTC is reportedly planning on introducing optical zoom feature to its smartphones soon.

  • Nokia suspends Lumia 2520 sales over electric shock fea …

    Washington, Apr 18 (ANI): Nokia has suspended sale of their tablet Lumia 2520, fearing an electric shock, after finding 3000-affected products.

  • Lt. Governor will decide on fate of Delhi Assembly: SC

    New Delhi, Apr. 17 (ANI): The Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday, said that it is for the Lieutenant-Governor (LG) Najeeb Jung to decide on the fate of the Delhi State Assembly. The court was hearing today on a petition filed by Aam Admi Party (AAP) challenging the non-dissolution of the Delhi Legislative Assembly and not holding of fresh elections. The government led by AAP, while resigning after serving 49 days in Delhi, had recommended that the Assembly be dissolved and fresh elections be conducted but the Centre had imposed President's Rule based on the report submitted by Lieutenant-Governor Najeeb Jung.

  • Samsung used Jobs death to strike back at Apple

    Washington, Apr 17, (ANI): Samsung reportedly took Steve Jobs' death as the right time to attack iPhone, some leaked e-mails from the South Korean smartphone company's executive has revealed.

  • Samsung set to launch Android smartwatch, Tizen smartphone …

    Washington, Apr. 17 (ANI): Samsung's senior VP for product strategy reportedly revealed that the company is set to introduce a new Android smartwatch as well as a 'high end' Tizen smartphone this year. Following the Korean company's first attempt at putting together an advanced smartwatch based on Android, the Galaxy Gear, going downhill last year, Samsung reportedly switched to their own Tizen software for the Gear2 and Gear2 Neo. According to The Verge, Samsung has confirmed that it will release its new smartwatch in 2014 and also clarified that the watch would indeed use Android Wear. Samsung will reportedly soon be supporting three different operating systems for its wearable devices including the Gear Fit, which runs its own custom software.

  • Apple, Google, Microsoft, other phone makers sign anti-phone-theft …

    Washington, Apr 16 (ANI): Major mobile manufacturers have reportedly signed anti- phone theft pledge.

  • HTC, Samsung flagship handsets set for new look

    Washington, Apr 16 (ANI): HTC and Samsung might be taking lessons from each other with updates to their flagship handsets. Both the companies are forerunners when it comes to adorning new look for their smartphones. HTC is considering launching an updated HTC One M8 with a plastic chassis. Samsung, meanwhile, is considering a metal-alloy version of its Galaxy S5.

  • Hackers can easily thwart Samsung Galaxy S5's fingerprint …

    Washington, Apr. 16 (ANI): Researchers at Germany's Security Research Labs were able to break Samsung Galaxy S5's fingerprint security by using a fingerprint spoof. In a video of the hack, a researcher from Security Research Labs demonstrated how he was able to bypass the fingerprint security. According to the report, the hacker used the same technique used to hack into the fingerprint scanner in Apple's iPhone 5S last year. The Galaxy S5's fingerprint scan can also be associated with certain secure apps and services.

  • LG's OLED TV sees slower growth than expected

    Washington, Apr 15 (ANI): LG's record breaking 77-inch OLED TV has reportedly seen a slower roll out than expected.

  • Galaxy S5 joins race to monitor heart rate

    The latest on the block is Samsung's new flagship Galaxy S5 smart phone with heart rate monitor that would track your motions and monitor your steps. The innovation comes after Samsung introduced eye-tracking technology last year to pause your phone when you looked away. Samsung's new Gear smart watches would also measure your heart rate and order you to step up the pace when out for a run.

  • 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' wins best movie …

    Washington, April 14 (ANI): Jennifer Lawrence starrer adventure film 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' was awarded the "Movie of The Year" award at MTV Video Music Awards.

  • Google says it never copied iPhone features for Android

    Washington, Apr. 13 (ANI): A Google executive has reportedly said that Google engineers have never copied Apple's iPhone features for use in Android. The executive made the statement during testimony in the Apple v. Samsung patent-infringement trial. Hiroshi Lockheimer, Google vice president of Android, walked the jury through early development of Android and said engineers actually tried to make software that was very different from Apple's iOS mobile operating system, Cnet reported.

  • Amazon set to enter smartphone market to take on Samsung, …

    Washington, Ape 12 (ANI): Retail giant Amazon is reportedly set to expand their business with plans to enter the smartphone market.

  • Soon, smart phones that can be printed on t-shirts!

    Sydney, April 25 (IANS) What if you are told that you can print your smart phone on your t-shirt and walk around? Welcome to the world of "spaser" technology that can make mobile phones so small, efficient, and flexible that these could be printed on clothing. A team of researchers from Melbourne-based Monash University's department of electrical and computer systems engineering (ECSE) has modelled the world's first spaser (surface plasmon amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) to be made completely of carbon. "Other spasers designed to date are made of gold or silver nanoparticles and semiconductor quantum dots while our device would be comprised of a graphene resonator and a carbon nanotube gain element," said lead researcher Chanaka Rupasinghe.

  • Researchers find Viber 'easy' to hack

    Sydney, Apr 25 (ANI): Smartphone chat app Viber is reportedly much easier to hack when compared to other applications.

  • Soon, phones could be printed on clothing

    Washington, April 25 (ANI): Researchers are investigating a new version of "spaser" - a nanoscale laser or nanolaser - technology which could mean that mobile phones become so small, efficient, and flexible they could be printed on clothing. A team of researchers from Monash University's Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering (ECSE) has modelled the world's first spaser (surface plasmon amplification by stimulated emission of radiation) to be made completely of carbon. PhD student and lead researcher Chanaka Rupasinghe said the modelled spaser design using carbon would offer many advantages. He said the use of carbon means our spaser would be more robust and flexible, would operate at high temperatures, and be eco-friendly.

  • Abbas seeks legitimacy in Palestinian strategy splurge

    Abbas seeks legitimacy in Palestinian strategy splurge

    Abbas seeks legitimacy in Palestinian strategy splurge

    By Noah Browning and Ali Sawafta RAMALLAH West Bank (Reuters) - Rather than keep his cards close to his chest, President Mahmoud Abbas is playing them all at once in a confusing effort to advance Palestinian statehood and bolster his own fragile legitimacy. In the past few weeks, he has veered from saying he will confront Israel at the United Nations as the head of a newly-minted state of Palestine to threatening to turn over his government to Israel because it is powerless. While still pursuing U.S.-led peace talks, he stunned Washington on Wednesday by striking a unity deal with his Islamist rivals Hamas, which is dedicated to Israel's destruction and is viewed by the West as a terrorist group. "Abu Mazen is well aware that the legitimacy of the Palestinian political system as a whole …

  • Cellphones bringing 'reading revolution' in poor …

    Washington, April 24 (ANI): A new report has revealed that the spread of mobile technologies that have made books more accessible than ever before and thus bringing a "reading revolution." According to UNESCO, 62 percent of those surveyed said they enjoy reading more after they started reading on mobile devices, and one-third said they use their phones to read to their children (an additional third said they would do so if more child-friendly books were available), the Verge reported. Lead author Mark West said that the study has found that mobile devices can help people develop, sustain and enhance their literacy skills, which is important because literacy opens the door to life-changing opportunities and benefits. According to the study, 60 percent of respondents cited a desire for more …

  • Zuckerberg reveals Facebook Messenger has 200mln users

    Washington, Apr. 24 (ANI): More than 200 million people use Facebook Messenger every month, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said. Zuckerberg has for the first time discussed about the company's in-house mobile messaging app and simultaneously signaled a growing interest in less public forms of expression. Zuckerberg shared the news with investors during the company's first-quarter earnings call, where he joined COO Sheryl Sandberg and departing CFO David Ebersman to talk up a remarkable first quarter, CNET reports. Messenger is a cross-platform messaging app for privately communicating with Facebook contacts.

  • Microsoft launches app to control PCs via mobile

    Washington, Apr 24 (ANI): Microsoft is set to release a preview version of its 'Remote Desktop' app that lets Windows Phone users control their PCs.

  • India becomes largest market for WhatsApp with 48mln monthly …

    Washington, Apr. 24 (ANI): India is the largest market for the WhatsApp with 48 million monthly active users, the mobile messaging app spokesperson Neeraj Arora said.

  • Use gestures to drive a wheelchair

    Use gestures to drive a wheelchair

    Use gestures to drive a wheelchair

    Three college students have come with Gest BOT, a wheelchair for quadriplegics that can be driven using the smallest of hand gestures.

  • Know if you are an app addict

    Then you are a mobile phone addict, claims an app analytics firm. An average user opens apps 10 times a day, said the study by app analytics firm Flurry that found that cases of mobile phone addiction are growing faster among women. "We have used data from Flurry Analytics to analyse the behaviour of consumers that heavily use their smart phones or tablets, a segment we refer to as the 'Mobile Addict'," a spokesman for Flurry was quoted as saying. With 123 percent growth between 2013 and 2014, the addicts are the biggest growing group, across all segments of mobile app users, said the firm.

  • Microsoft announces Omni 10 tablet for students

    Microsoft announces Omni 10 tablet for students

    Microsoft announces Omni 10 tablet for students

    Microsoft announces Omni 10 tablet for students

  • Facebook accounts for 51% of social logins in North Ame …

    Washington, Apr 23 (ANI): Facebook reportedly powers more than half of all social logins, according to latest data. The data by social login service Gigya revealed that Facebook now powers more than 51 percent of all social logins in North America, thereby retaining its market position, Tech Crunch reports. Meanwhile, Google+ acquired the second place with 31 percent of social logins in North America.

  • Sify reports revenues of INR 10463 million for FY 2013- …

    Chennai, Apr.23 (ANI-Businesswire India): Sify Technologies Limited, a leader in managed enterprise, network, IT and software services in India, with global delivery capabilities, has announced its consolidated results under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for the fiscal year 2013-14. Telecom business grew by 73 per cent over the previous year.

  • 50 Thiruvananthapuram techies booked for thrashing murder …

    Thiruvananthapuram, April 22 (IANS) A case has been registered against 50 techies employed in the Technopark campus here for assaulting the prime accused in a gruesome twin-murder case, police said Tuesday. The case was registered by the Kazhakottam Police station as the incident occurred inside the Technopark campus Monday when accused Nino Mathew, who worked with a IT company in the campus, was brought to his office. The gruesome murder was allegedly executed by Mathew to get rid of his lover and co-worker Anu Shanti's mother-in-law but Shanti's four-year-old daughter was also killed and her husband was badly injured in the attack unleashed by Mathew with a baseball bat and a knife at their home last Wednesday.

  • Modi has created a craze throughout the nation to grab prime …

    Islampur (West Bengal), Apr. 22 (ANI): Congress president, Sonia Gandhi, on Tuesday, stated that the BJP's prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, has created a crazy situation throughout the country in order to grab the prime ministers chair. Congress has always sacrificed for the unity of this country," Sonia Gandhi said at a rally in Islampur. The Congress president said that there should no place for indulging in ' politics' when it comes to economic development.. She attacked the erstwhile Left-Front government and the current TMC government in power in West Bengal for not giving any land for building an AIIMS like hospital here. What makes us feel bad is that when the state government indulges in politics while deciding developmental works.

  • Smart cup that delivers coffee, news too!

    London, April 21 (IANS) Reading the morning newspaper while sipping a cup of coffee is set to become an even smoother experience as a Finnish coffee roastery company has developed a smart coffee cup that could also display an e-paper. Paulig Muki, the smart coffee cup, converts heat to electricity that powers an e-paper display, controlled via a mobile application. The module receives photos via mobile application and also tells the coffee temperature with the help of its heat sensor. "We didn't want to tell the consumers how to use Paulig Muki, we are developing it together with them," Karri Kauppila, head of marketing and communications, Paulig Ltd, was quoted as saying in a press release.

  • Innovation Jockeys Season 2 Winners!

    Innovation Jockeys Season 2 Winners!

    Innovation Jockeys Season 2 Winners!

    Four and a half thousand entries later here are this year's winning Innovation Jockeys!

  • Shop the easy way

    Shop the easy way

    Shop the easy way

    Two students have found a way to completely revolutionize your shopping experience.

  • Child prodigy to Innovation Jockey

    Child prodigy to Innovation Jockey

    Child prodigy to Innovation Jockey

    Yuvraj Singh wants to revolutionize the retail industry through his innovations.

  • Students on a mission to save India's Mothers

    Students on a mission to save India's Mothers

    Students on a mission to save India's Mothers

    A group of Indian students have created an innovation that will deliver critical care to pregnant women in rural areas.

  • Issuing books? Cakewalk with the Smart Library Management …

    Issuing books? Cakewalk with the Smart Library Management …

    Issuing books? Cakewalk with the Smart Library Management …

    If Deepender, Amit and Gursimran from Patiala could have their way you would be able to just walk into a library, pick up a book and walk out - without getting into any trouble.