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LG has announced its hybrid device called the Android Tab Book in South Korea. Pricing and availability have yet to be revealed, while the fate of the device outside Korea is also not known yet.   The Tab Book will feature an 11.6-inch full HD IPS display with 10-point touch control and a slideout QWERTY […]

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While we were made to believe that Google plans to pull the plug on its celebrated Nexus lineup in favour of the new Android Silver series, several reports circulating the web have been suggesting otherwise. In this conundrum over whether Nexus will survive or not and who is building the next device, a new report […]

The post Google’s Nexus saga continues: Motorola’s 5.9-inch ‘Shamu’ tipped to be Nexus 6 appeared first on Tech2.

Chinese regulators have concluded Qualcomm, one of the biggest makers of chips used in mobile devices, has a monopoly, a government newspaper reported Friday.   Regulators have completed an investigation of Qualcomm, the China Daily newspaper said, citing Xu Kunlin, director of the anti-monopoly bureau of the National Development and Reform Commission, China’s economic planning […]

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Samsung has announced that it would postpone the roll-out of its new smartphone based on Tizen OS, a home-grown operating system aimed at breaking away from Google’s Android system.   The delay is seen as a blow to Samsung’s campaign to carve out a niche in mobile software and services, to complement its dominant hardware […]

The post Samsung Z Russia launch delayed, as world still awaits first Tizen phone appeared first on Tech2.

Apple’s recent quarterly earnings call pointed to India as a growth market for iPads despite flagging sales in matured markets. India has also contributed greatly to iPhone sales in the past two quarters, as Apple pushed its older models aggressively through various promotions.   So naturally, India figures towards the top of the list as […]

The post One in three Apple engineers is Indian? That’s a stretch appeared first on Tech2.

Debit and credit card users in the country have been alerted by cyber security sleuths against the damaging activities of a virus which attacks Point of Sale (POS) business counters to steal confidential data like card number and passwords.   The virus, of the deadly Trojan/Botnet family, is prowling in the domestic online media and […]

The post BrutPOS virus steals debit and credit card information: Cert-In appeared first on Tech2.

Cannot wait for the vendor to deliver the morning newspaper at your doorstep and do not want to switch on the laptop either? A tiny web-connected printer can now deliver news at a preset time of your choice.   Developed by a London-based company Berg, the Little Printer is a cloud-connected, adorable little device with […]

The post Little Printer developed to personalise your daily newspaper appeared first on Tech2.

Facebook which acquired the read-it-later startup Spool around two years ago, has finally put it to use by announcing a new feature called ‘Save’.   Clearly designed to compete with popular mobile app Pocket,  Facebook’s new offering helps store links from News Feed and Facebook Pages, allowing users to view/read it later. This means, the […]

The post Facebook’s new Save button allows bookmarking of news feeds, pages appeared first on Tech2.

It’s the season of Chinese smartphonebrands in India as OnePlus is all set to follow Xiaomi into the country. The Chinese company has decided to bring the invitation-only One smartphone to India and announced the move in a blog post.   With Xiaomi already seeing some success with the first launch phase of the Mi […]

The post OnePlus One eyes Indian market: Packs 5.5-inch display, Snapdragon 801, 3GB RAM, CyanogenMod appeared first on Tech2.

Following the entry of Xiaomi, and Oppo last year, Chinese smartphone newbie OnePlus is now eyeing India. The company will release its first and only smartphone dubbed the One in India, but hasn’t presented any details of price and availability yet.   While there’s no word on when the phone will arrive, we can take […]

The post OnePlus One smartphone to launch in India: Strong rival to the Xiaomi Mi 3 appeared first on Tech2.

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