LG G4 review: Stylish smartphone with a fair share of quirks
The LG G4 gets a majority of the things right for a flagship. If you want an Android flagship, you're better off with the Samsung Galaxy S6 for the moment.
These new Pepper robots will bring digital assitance to your homes
The Pepper robot built by Japanese companies Alderbaran and Softbank, on t...
Now, a mouse for your smartphone
Citrix is all set to release a new wireless Bluetooth mouse that will work on iPhones and iPads and any Andr...
Indian duo Krispian Lawrence and Anirudh Sharma launch smart shoes with bluetooth connectivity
The shoe connects with an application on a mobile phone through a Bluetooth connection & through phone, accesses maps & geospatial positioning to generate directions for your location.
From spark to finish: Highest funded kickstarter projects of all time
nce upon a time, Pebble smart watch was the most funded project of all time on Kickstarter, till an extremely cool ice bucket knocked it off the perch.
Feelreal: A scent-blasting face mask for virtual reality
The accessory lets you experience up to seven different smells in different worlds.
Celkon launches Millennium Vogue Q455 at Rs 7,999
Celkon Mobiles Friday expanded its smartphone range with the launch of Millennium Vogue Q455, and priced it at Rs 7,999.
Adding second screen to your smartphone can boost battery life
A US-based firm has developed a 'second screen' for your smartphone that can improve battery life.
Mobiliya in talks with army to secure handset software
Mobiliya, which has datacenters in India, is now in talks with the Indian Army to develop a rugged handset equipped with its secure software.
Startups such as Beaconstream and Bfonics offer offline retailers solutions to counter online threat
After completion of the pilot, the stores can take it up to their individual units outside the mall as well,” said Shyam Pawar, manager at Citi Centre.
You could hang these giant family-friendly tablets on your walls
The latest additions to Fuhu's Big Tab range, including 42-inch, 55-inch & 65-inch versions of its gigantic family-oriented tablet range, could be just the thing for your family.
From bluetooth to mobile networking: Rajiv Kumar
Rajiv Kumar, who has kicked off India’s first mobile-only social network RockeTalk, has always been associated with path-breaking technologies — right from the beginning of his career. Way back in 1999, when bluetooth was still a word understood only by the geeks at Nokia and Ericsson, IIT Mumbai graduate Kumar was busy creating new uniform standards for this technology, which is a proprietary open wireless technology for exchanging data over short distances. Technology stacks developed by Kumar’s firm, Widcomm — which got $35 million in venture capital funding — are now being used in cell phones, laptops, hands-free car kits and wireless headsets. Kumar incidentally has also written text books on wireless data area.
Technology aids that make your travel easier
Here are a few lesser known devices and accessories that can go a long way in improving your overall travel experience.
Cheats use bluetooth, cell cameras to crack AIIMS test
This gang took technological sophistication to another level. They scanned the question paper using mobile phones strapped to the wrist under their sleeves.
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