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Older gizmos: Low on cost, but high on value
If affordability and usefulness is what you need, spare a thought for these slightly older but still very viable and high-tech gizmos.
Wynncom Y50: A good pick in low-cost range
The Wynncom Y50 is an all-rounder and is almost like a BlackBerry clone.
Pop-ups get smarter, use new tech to get around blockers
For many companies, online advertising is of interest because its effect on consumers can be measured in terms of click rates.
Slimmer, powerful gadgets lineup for 2013
Smartphone lineup includes Apple iPhone 5S, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 as gadgets get slimmer, sexier and more powerful.
ET Review: Moto FlipOut
It is square-shaped with a 2.8-inch touchscreen dominating the front with three touch buttons (menu, back and home) below it.
IE 7 Vs. Firefox 2.0: Who will rule?
Firefox 2.0 is due to be released on Tuesday. Can it challenge Microsoft's IE 7 released last week?
NOKIA N8: Nokia’s challenge to iPhone, Android
With the N8, Nokia has finally tried to come up with a cellphone that looks as good as it performs.
Tata Tele offers internet access on entry level phones
Telecom service provider Tata Teleservices today announced the launch of a new browser that allows web access even on entry level colour mobile handsets.
Add technology to make your existing home smarter
If you enjoy technology, you've probably drooled over high tech homes you see in the movies or in magazines.
ET review: Sony Ericsson Xperia Active and Xperia Pro
Sony Ericsson's Xperia range of Android smartphones have always offered innovative design. Xperia Active and Xperia Pro continue the tradition.
ET Review: Beetel Magiq
At the back, there is a kickstand to place the tablet upright - useful when watching videos or using it as a digital photo frame.
LG Chocolate BL40: Purely an indulgence
The BL40 only plays .MP4 videos. The software makes you convert every video, syncs it to your phone and then refuses to play it. After much trying, we did manage to get one video to play and the experience was brilliant.
Text messaging paves way for hacking
Getting a text message is akin to someone sliding a piece of mail under your door: You may not have asked for it, you can't stop its delivery and you have to deal with it whether you want to or not.
New iPhone software has copy-paste, no Flash
Apple unveiled next-generation iPhone software with copy-paste and multimedia messaging features but no sign of much-coveted Flash for digital video.
Is Android operating system for handsets suitable for enterprises?
It is making waves in the smartphone market, but is Google’s Android operating system for handsets suitable for enterprises? ET takes a closer look.
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