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Going by the name, the Nokia Lumia 530 might seem like an iterative refresh to last year’s Lumia 520. But a look at the specs leave you wondering if Microsoft intended a downgrade from the successful predecessor. It comes with lesser storage space – down from 8GB to 4GB, and a 854 x 480 resolution TFT […]

The post Nokia Lumia 530 review: Terrible display and camera outweigh Windows Phone 8.1 features appeared first on Tech2.

Nvidia has launched its latest series of cards which will feature its Maxwell architecture – the GTX 900 series. And the first cards from this series that were announced last week are the GTX 980 and the GTX 970. What happened to the GTX 800 series, you ask? Well, according to Nvidia, they have used the […]

The post NVIDIA GTX 980 review: ‘Max’well performance with impressively low power consumption appeared first on Tech2.

Android One is Google’s big hope to get millions of unconnected Indians hooked to its ecosystem and to start off, we have three Android One devices, which have identical specs and software (with a few exclusive apps), but differ on design. That’s the only difference besides the small discounts being offered on the Rs 6,499 […]

The post Micromax Canvas A1 Android One review: Humble specs but brilliant experience appeared first on Tech2.

As Apple aptly states, the iOS 8 is, in fact, the biggest release since the launch of the App Store. So much has been stuffed into the update, that you’d be left unearthing new features for the next few weeks after completing the download.   While there are many useful additions, there are also some […]

The post iOS 8 review: Great features, but wait before you take the leap appeared first on Tech2.

Firefox OS has been billed as the de-facto champion of the low-budget smartphones running less powerful hardware than even entry-level phones from Android. As a result, we will see a slew of new Firefox OS phones in the market soon, with the Spice Fire One and Intex Cloud Fx being the first two out of […]

The post Spice Fire One review: Firefox OS cannot save poor hardware appeared first on Tech2.

Xiaomi’s Redmi 1S comes with great expectations and it represents a big moment for the company’s India plans. The super affordable mid-range phone goes on sale tomorrow and is expected to outpace the Mi 3 in terms of selling out on Flipkart. With a price tag of Rs 5,999, it also promises to shake up […]

The post Xiaomi Redmi 1S review: At Rs 5,999 Xiaomi has another big winner on its hands appeared first on Tech2.

Announced at the Mobile World Congress this year, the S860 is the eldest brother in Lenovo’s S-series of smartphones. The biggest selling point of this smartphone is its monstrous 4000 mAh battery that claims to give up to 24 hours of talk time and can also charge other devices via the microUSB port. In our […]

The post Lenovo S860 review: Astonishing battery life, but is that enough? appeared first on Tech2.

Sony RX100 had marked a beginning as far as its compact advanced point and shoot series went. For its compact size, it tends to pack in a lot of features and offers good performance. Last year we had seen the Sony RX100 II and we came away impressed with the overall image quality and handling, […]

The post Sony RX100 III review: As far as point and shoots go, this is the camera to beat! appeared first on Tech2.

Canon has been unveiling advanced point and shoot cameras under its PowerShot G series lineup that boast a larger sensor than its regular point-and-shoot counterparts. We have seen the PowerShot G15 and the PowerShot G1X in the past. This time around we got the Powershot G1X Mark II. Considering the regular point and shoot sales are being cannibalised by […]

The post Canon PowerShot G1X Mark II review: A great update to the G1X, but terribly overpriced appeared first on Tech2.

Smart TVs have been around for a while now, building on the need for streaming online content at the convenience of a large screen. Although TV manufacturers have struggled to get Smart TVs popular among average users, they have come a long way from being connected TVs with buggy software and get better with every […]

The post LG 47LB750T webOS TV review: Finally a Smart TV that’s remarkably efficient appeared first on Tech2.

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In an interview to CNN-IBN, Nationalist Congress Party General Secretary Tariq Anwar said that both Congress and NCP would suffer if the alliance is broken. "Politically we are obliged to contest together," said Anwar.
The BJP has demanded 130 seats and Shiv Sena has refused to bow down from their demand of contesting on at least 150 out of 288 seats.
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It was in 1962 when Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru inaugurated the now-vintage hand-wound wrist watched.
The court said that there shall be an independent investigation into the encounter by the state CID or a separate police station.
China's People's Liberation Army had added seven new tents within Indian territory on Sunday.
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The upcoming Jolla phone will come with a 4.5-inch display and an 8 megapixel camera. It is powered by a dual-core processor and has 16GB of onboard storage.
The HTC Desire 820 is expected to come to India for around Rs 26,000.
CEO Tim Cook said Apple could have sold even more iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models if supplies had been available.
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