UC BROWSER MINI
Launch pad: Gionee Elife E7 Mini, Asus Fonepad 7 dual SIM, Lenovo S660
The phone has a 4.7-inch (1280 x 720 pixels) display, 1GB RAM,16GB storage (non expandable) and a 2,100mAh battery.
Privacy Up-Settings: When 'private' becomes a selling point
In a world where the norms on what is and isn’t private are more opaque than ever...
Mozilla to launch web browser for cellphones
Firefox mobile is expected to be available for most open environments like Android, Nokia’s Maemo, Symbian and Microsoft’s Windows Mobile.
Low cost devices make Android affordable
Blurring the lines between feature phones and smartphone, Indians are switching to entry level smartphones over the plain-vanilla feature phones.
Apple, Coke, Airtel among cos pulled up for 143 misleading ads
ASCI upheld a total of 102 complaints in healthcare category, 20 in education, seven in personal care, six in food and beverages and eight advertisements from other categories.
Vivo Y55s review: A generic looking phone with good battery life
Vivo's new mid-range smartphone is loaded with features on software front but comes with basic hardware.
Google releases Chrome browser for Macintosh computers
Google also released a beta version of Chrome for computers running on open-source Linux operating systems. Google's Chrome I Can Google challenge MS?
Facing cash crunch? Here are some alternatives
The convenience and acceptance of credit and debit cards has eliminated the need for cash in day to day transactions.
World of mobile browsers fast catching up with their desktop counterparts
Mobile web browsers are fast catching up with their desktop counterparts in terms of functionality and features. ET reviews some of the popular options
Samsung Galaxy S9+ review: At the top of the smartphone game
With scores of small improvements, the Galaxy S9+ is an evolution rather than a whole new device.
Microsoft launches its most affordable internet-ready phone
Microsoft today launched of its most affordable internet-ready phone -- Nokia 215 dual SIM -- in India for Rs 2,149.
How to use GPS to locate things and track people
Using various GPS-based devices and apps, you can utilise this technology to locate things as well as people.
Opera is the oldest browser, and it is still surviving: Jon Tetzchner, founder, Opera software
Jon S Von Tetzchner and a colleague, Geir Ivarsoy in 1995 founded Opera Software and launched their first public browser, Opera, an year later.
Opera partners seven new handset makers in India
Opera Software said it is focusing on further expanding its India business to drive growth in the South Asian and has partnered with seven handset makers.
Idea Cellular partners with Opera Software for thrifty Internet access
Idea Cellular has partnered with online browser Opera Software to offer Internet access to its subscribers for as low as Rs 7 per day.
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