SPECIFICATIONS

  • Samsung Galaxy S5: Full specifications February 25, 2014

    For all the news on Samsung Galaxy S5 click here The Samsung Galaxy S5, which will be available in April, has a slightly bigger screen than its predecessor, the Galaxy S4, at 5.1 inches compared with 5 inches, improved camera technology and better protection against water and dust. It also has a...
  • Google Nexus 5 details leaked: 4.95inch 1080p display, 32GB storage, 8MP camera October 6, 2013

    New Delhi: The muchawaited GoogleLG Nexus 5 smartphone, which is expected to be unveiled before the end of this month, has now appeared in a document which appears to be an internal Service Manual for the Nexus 5. The service manual, published by Android Police, not only includes technical specifications...
  • BlackBerry Q5 comes to India at Rs 24,990; in stores from July 17 July 16, 2013

    New Delhi: BlackBerry has launched its muchawaited lowerpriced BlackBerry Q5 smartphone in India today at a price of Rs 24,990 and will be available across India from July 20 and in select stores from July 17. Unveiled in May, the BlackBerry Q5 is BlackBerry's third smartphone to run the new BlackBerry...
  • Google Glass specs revealed: 5MP camera, 720p videos, 16GB of storage April 16, 2013

    New Delhi: Google has released technical specifications of the Google Glass, a pair of the Internetconnected glasses that the company is touting as the next breakthrough in mobile computing. The headmounted device has adjustable nosepads and durable frame that fits any face. It will come with extra nosepads in two...
  • Chhattisgarh CM writes to PM against new consensual sex age March 18, 2013

    Raipur: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Sunday wrote to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, slamming the central government's decision to lower the age of consensual sex to 16 years saying that it is felt by many that the decision is solely based on culture prevalent in metro cities. "I write to...
  • Grants, corporate support offer hope to public art November 30, 2012

    New Delhi: Sitespecific art, which can hardly hope to find buyers among private collectors, is largely dependent for survival on its ability to be socially engaging. It helps, of course, if it could also get funds from corporate houses or governments. Sitespecific art had a spell of popularity in India...
  • Aakash 2 specifications by Juneend: Kapil Sibal June 3, 2012

    Mumbai: The specifications for revised version of the world's cheapest tablet PC Aakash 2 will be finalised by monthend, Union Telecom and HRD Minister Kapil Sibal has said. "During the course of this month, we will finalise the specifications and technology for the Aakash project and move forward with...
  • Soon, phones to tell how much of a health hazard it is May 8, 2012

    New Delhi: From September, your phone will have to tell you how much of a danger it is to your health. A cell phone could ruin one's sex life. A JNU researcher did tests on male rats and found that cell phone radiation seriously reduced sperm count and testes size....
  • First virtual knee surgery in Mumbai May 23, 2011

    Mumbai: This may seem like something out of a movie, but virtual surgery has just made a mark in Mumbai. 61yearold Neena Aggarwal is patient who has started walking after a decade thanks to this latest advancement. Neena suffered with severe osteoarthritis which resulted in bow shaped legs, and...
  • Gender specific drugs to hit markets soon January 20, 2009

    New Delhi: Most of the times men and women are subjected to the same drugs which may not be advisable. More and more research is now pointing at the need for genderspecific drugs. Gender medicine is the science of how diagnosis and treatment differs as a function of gender. Drugs...
  • US polls: Both parties winners on Super Tuesday February 7, 2008

    For political experts Super Tuesday is all about the numbers, but for the candidates, it is all about keeping on their game faces and telling supporters that they won the night. And they are moving forward. ...
  • No country specific FDI scan: PM December 17, 2006

    New Delhi: There have been divergent views within the Government on whether FDI from countries that India perceives as a threat should be subject to special scrutiny. The industry department had said there should be country specific curbs. But the Prime Minister does not seem to agree. On whether India...