03/06/2014, For anyone who has done their research on Apple and studied their history, you might recall John Sculley as being the company’s former CEO. In fact he was the one that Steve Jobs personally invited to join the company which eventually led to him playing a role in Steve Jobs’ unceremonious removal from the company he helped build. However that is a story for another time, but it looks like […]
01/10/2014, Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has been releasing a variety of documents that shows how the NSA is not only spying on US citizens, but apparently on its allies and foreign countries as well. We guess the idea of the US spying on other countries isn’t as ludicrous as it sounds, but having it actually confirmed in black and white is pretty damning. To that extent it seems that Snowden’s […]
08/26/2013, Nokia, while offering up high-end devices like the Lumia 925 and the Lumia 1020, are actually doing well with their low-end products, namely the Lumia 520 which has gone on to sell pretty well in emerging markets such as India. However a smartphone without internet seems a little restricted, but unfortunately data plans can be quite costly in certain markets but it looks like Nokia is trying to do something […]
07/12/2013, An Indian minister is concerned about the availability of adult content on Android-powered tablets.
07/11/2013, BlackBerry could provide Indian government with a way to intercept BlackBerry messages.
06/11/2013, The Indian government is looking to work on killer robots for the army.
05/08/2013, With Nokia accidentally outing its Lumia 928 yesterday prior to its expected unveiling on May 14, we’re not sure what else the company has up its sleeves, but it has announced a global event that will take place this Thursday. Nokia sent out an invite to its scheduled global event which was accompanied by an image of what looks to be an oval along with a yellow background and the message […]
02/25/2013, The BlackBerry Z10 may have hit the FCC a moment ago, but ultimately, the long-awaited BlackBerry 10 device is still officially unavailable in the U.S. You know where it did just become available? India. BlackBerry is announcing today India is the third region behind the U.K. and Canada to get the BlackBerry Z10. The Z10 will be offered in over 2,000 retail locations across 50 cities around India at the quite […]
08/23/2012, The Indian government has not gotten into the good books of its people in the past, and it seems as though the latest development is going to help it nudge towards that direction either. In fact, the government of the day faced a potential backlash of angry Twitter users after they ordered Internet service providers to block approximately 20 accounts which, according to officials, claim had spread scare-mongering material which […]
02/28/2012, [MWC 2012] Earlier we reported on the announcement of the Orange Santa Clara – an Intel-powered Android phone that will be released in the UK and France. In addition to the Santa Clara, Intel will also be releasing another smartphone, this time with the help of Lava – one of India’s fastest growing mobile handset companies. Called the XOLO X900, we managed to get some hands on footage of the […]
02/12/2012, Microsoft India’s store has fallen under the indignation of being hacked – and even as at press time, the homepage remains inaccessible, with Microsoft posting up the message, “The Microsoft Store India is currently unavailable. Microsoft is working to restore access as quickly as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.” Who is the individual/team behind this attack? EvilShadow’s 7z1&Ancker, who seems to hail from China, has […]
02/07/2012, We’re no strangers to technology used to help the less fortunate, but it’s always interesting when it’s done with a device originally intended for gaming – in this case, the Kinect. Well some folks over in New Delhi, India have come up with something called the viSparsh belt – “a computer vision assisted haptic feedback system that detects objects near the wearer and notifies them through an array of vibration […]
10/10/2011, While technology is one of the reasons why our world is in its current state right now, researchers are all finding ways to make things better. One of the ways they’ve been trying to help is using technology to go green. Deciding to start with the classroom, some inventors from around the world are working together to create solar-powered tablets that aim to replace the use of books as well […]
10/06/2011, Remember the $35 tablet that we covered yesterday? Well, the folks over at Hungry N Foolish were one of the selected people chosen to test the tablet and they have written up their hands-on impression of the device. Judging by their report, they seem pretty impressed with the tablet. The specs of the Aakash tablet are: a Conexant 366MHz processor with graphics accelerator and HD video processor, 256MB of RAM, […]