First wave of Nexus products to hit India
In an attempt to penetrate the space occupied by Apple, Google has announced three devices — Nexus 9, Nexus 6 and Nexus Player.
Tesla's going the self-driving way
Tesla will make its foray toward automated driving, joining luxury rivals in offering high-tech features i...
ET Reviews: HP Envy 17
As expected from a gaming laptop, the Envy 17 offers fantastic performance. The 17-inch full HD touchscreen offers gre...
Infosys partners with Nvidia, to set up technology centre
Software major Infosys Technologies and Nvidia, world leader in visual technologies and inventor of Graphics Processing Unit,(GPU) announced a partnership to develop Nvidia Cuda (Compute Unified Device Architecture) Technology-enabled software solutions.
Autodesk's flagship event to tap into growing demand for computer-aided designs
Autodesk has been organizing the largest design conference in Las Vegas for some years now and runs versions of it in Brazil, China, Japan, Germany and Russia.
Amazing Versatility: Google’s Android also powers smartwatches, cameras, TVs and a few other devices
It may have been originally intended for phones & tablets but Android also powers smartwatches, cameras, TVs — and a few devices you did not expect — appliances, home automation systems and even cars.
7 best takeaway ideas from CES 2014
Intel showed a prototype with location based notifications, ZTE announced a smartwatch that connects with your phone to show notifications.
Xolo aims 10% market share in tablet pc segment by fiscal-end
"We aim to have around 10 per cent share of the tablet market by the end of this financial year," Xolo Business Head Sunil Raina said.
Intex becomes first Indian company to launch 'Octacore' smartphone
Octacore is small but fast growing segment within smartphones after Samsung launched the S4 with the Exynos 5 octa-core processor early this year.
ET Review: Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon
The best parts about the Horizon are the responsive touchscreen, excellent performance and high quality speakers.
HP unveils its first Workstation Ultrabook for Indian market
The US-based firm also announced the expansion of its Z portfolio of professional workstation and display products.
Launch Pad: Xolo A600, Nikon Df and Maingear Pulse 17
Xolo’s latest Android smartphone has a 4.5-inch IPS display (960 x 540 pixels). It is powered by a 1.3Ghz dual core Mediatek processor.
Launch pad: Sony QX Lenses, Panasonic P11, Lenovo Ideapad
Powered by a 1.2Ghz quad core processor with 512MB RAM, this new Android 4.2 smartphone from Lava has a 5-inch display (960 x 540 pixels).
Upcoming handheld gaming devices
The PS Vita TV is what you get when you take the guts of a PS Vita portable console and remove the screen. Designed to connect to your TV and work as an entertainment console.
All you need to know about the 4K revolution
Just how much of a jump is it from the current full HD to 4K resolution? Do you need to upgrade your existing full HD TV anytime soon?
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