Most people don't bother with the WiFi router -it's typically set up by the service provider or IT guy and it remains in that state for its usable life.
To start with, a partnership with Opera Max enables a data saving mode that literally shaves off excess usage from your precious mobile data.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One pack in a lot of of hardware and features into a relatively tiny box. ET explain some of the unique uses.
The company says that they have reinforced the BU201 with UD (unidirectional) carbon fiber in key places to make it extra strong without adding weight.
If you have a colour home printer, you can print a lot of things yourself. The only thing you will have to do is get the appropriate paper.
Fashionable world over, flip phones lost their mojo during the smartphone revolution. LG and Samsung plan to launch Android flip phones, again.
Get the OnePlus 2 if you’re familiar with the brand, patient enough to wait for software revisions and if you’re ok with trying out different ROMs.
If there is a demand for higher resolution, we will go even higher: Kyushik Hong, Samsung Electronics
"If you stick to only a smartphone display to view, you probably don't need a higher resolution - I totally agree with the point."
Upgrading your phone? If you’re moving from one Android phone to another, it can’t get simpler.
Everyone's talking about the OnePlus 2. One of the main highlights of the device is the camera. Here are some results we've compiled over a couple of days of use.
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