19

Sep

A new mid-range Stylus-enabled phone from LG: G3 Stylus

LG announced a new phone, the G3 Stylus, a variant of its flagship G3 smartphone with only a little difference: it comes with a stylus. The device is 5.5inches with a 13mp camera, 1GB RAM and 8GB memory. It will run Android KitKat. The G3 Stylus will be optimized for 3G markets and...


Posted on Sep 19, 2014
By Gaurav Aidasani

16

Sep

Rise of the Phablets: iPhone 6 Plus Sold Out

The new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are already a hit. Although the phones have not been shipped yet, the 5.5 inch iPhone 6 Plus is sold out, well ahead of the 4.7 inch iPhone 6. The verdict is clear: the big screen is a hit. There is definitely a chance that there were more iPhone 6 pho...


Posted on Sep 16, 2014
By Gaurav Aidasani

14

Sep

Cloud FX with Mozilla OS selling for $33 in India

Mozilla launched its inaugural smartphone with the Mozilla Firefox OS in late August. It was launched in India and it cost only $33. It is retailing as the Intex Cloud FX and is a partnership between Mozilla and Intex Technologies. The phone has 4GB memory capacity and Bluetooth. ...


Posted on Sep 14, 2014
By Gaurav Aidasani

09

Sep

How Macbook Predicts the Future of Apple

Two products are synonymous with Apple's future: the iPad and the iPhones. Together, the iPad and iPhone generate about 70% of Apple's sales. With the increase in sale of Android powered phones, people are worried about the future of Apple devices. Android devices are priced at ha...


Posted on Sep 09, 2014
By Gaurav Aidasani

07

Sep

Social networking habits of Middle East users might surprise you

Facebook is the most popular social networking site in the Middle East according to this survey conducted by Northwestern University in Qatar in partnership with Doha Film Institute. Almost 90% of internet users in the Middle East are active on Facebook. Internet users from Egypt,...


Posted on Sep 07, 2014
By Gaurav Aidasani

01

Sep

Uber to Launch its Much-Awaited API

Uber's "Request a Ride" button has been a hit with its customers and extremely profitable for Uber. It seems fairly obvious that the next step for Uber would be to place its button everywhere. Sources confirm that Uber is gearing up to launch an API soon. Integrating the Uber API ...


Posted on Sep 01, 2014
By Gaurav Aidasani