Right after the Unpacked event in San Francisco on February 20, Samsung is holding preview events on the next day in eight major cities across India. This will be the first chance for the public to see the new trio of Galaxy S10 flagships.
The first truly high-end Nokia phone in five years is almost certainly right around the corner, possibly aiming to hit the US market in addition to select European and Asian regions after finally going official at MWC 2019
We are entering what may become the busiest 10 days in the smartphone world in recent memory. The week leading up to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and the first days of the actual MWC will see most major manufacturers introduce new devices - flagships, camera phones, 5G-enabled phones, midrangers, even handsets with Android Go
The new Facebook Messenger is here, after months of preparation. It has dropped via a server-side update, so even if you haven't refreshed your apps recently, you are probably seeing it (and you can't avoid it simply by choosing not to update).
Asus ZenFone Max Pro[ M1 ₹ 8,999 ]has received a price cut in India. It is now Rs. 1,000 cheaper across all its variants in India, and starts at Rs. 9,999.
Nvidia will launch its mid-range GeForce RTX 2060 GPU on the 7th of January and it will be priced at [$349] (approximately Rs. 24,337), according to some pretty detailed leaks.
Depending on how much you’re looking to spend on an Apple Watch alternative with both Android and iOS compatibility, you can pick up a $200 Mobvoi or Fitbit Versa, a $330 Samsung Galaxy Watch, $450 LG, $1,000 Montblanc...
The initial games were mostly local, mobile titles and didn’t include any from industry giants Tencent Holdings Ltd. or Netease Inc.
Samsung may announce a new sound emitting display technology at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
Last year, WhatsApp dropped support for Windows Phone 8.0, BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10 phones.
Xiaomi’s budget Redmi 6A will be up for flash sale today on mi.com and Amazon India at 12:00PM.
Police in Uttar Pradesh will now be able to solve cases faster with an application that has a data base of five lakh criminals as well as AI, face recognition and a host of other tech features, officials said Thursday.
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