Monthly Archives: November 2014

OnePlus One launch in doubt after Cynaogen-Micromax deal

OnePlus is supposed to launch its OnePlus One phone, a phone powered by CyanogenMod, in India on December 2. But after Cyanogen Inc announced an exclusive partnership with Micromax on Friday, there is seems to be some confusion around the

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Beautiful time for India and China to do business, says Alibaba’s Jack Ma

Jack Ma, the 50-year-old founder & executive chairman of Chinese giant Alibaba, on Wednesday promised higher investments in India, without specifying the quantum or timeline. Addressing an India-China summit, organised by business chamber Ficci here, Ma said he was inspired

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Android L release date, news and features

Android L news and features Android L is here, and it’s brought a raft of new changes, with Sundar Pichai, head of Android, proclaiming it to be one of the biggest upgrades to Android yet. It’s going to have a

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India to have more internet users than US by December end: IAMAI

NEW DELHI: The number of internet users in India would reach 302 million by December 2014, registering a year-on-year growth of 32%, a study released on Wednesday said. The report, ‘Internet in India 2014′, is jointly published by the Internet

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10 tips to boost your Android phone’s battery

Battery life still tops the complaint charts for smartphone owners tired of the daily charging routine. Even though smartphone batteries are growing bigger with every passing year, we’re not seeing a huge benefit because our Android devices are demanding more

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Lenovo Vibe X2 Gives a Taste of Modular Smartphone Design

Lenovo Vibe X2Image: Jennifer Osborne, Mashable By Stan SchroederSep 04, 2014 BERLIN — How do you put out something different in a world of smartphones that all look similar? Lenovo has an idea: layered design. The company’s new Vibe X2

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Mozilla explores virtual reality Web development

MozVR offers source code, tools, and tutorials to help developers build their own VR sites Mozilla has launched a virtual reality website this week in hopes of inspiring others to build their own. Featuring demos including a fly-through of coastal

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