The Indian market is flooded with budget phones to close the gap between superior features and affordable prices! Now, adding to the line-up, Xolo has launched its low-cost smartphone, the Xolo A500S which is priced for Rs 6,999.
After China and Russia, looks like India is going to become the third country to get the dual-SIM version of HTC One smartphone.
A software update has been prepared by Apple to tackle the latest malicious chargers hack attack. These chargers upload code to your iPhone devices while charging and it merely takes 60 seconds for your device to get infected with the malicious code.
Videocon Mobiles Phones Division has launched its brand new smartphone Videocon A24 for just Rs. 4699/- in the Indian market.
Latest Buzz in the television industry is the launch of 84 inch Super 4K resolution TV by theVu Technologies at a phenomenal price of 9,00,000 in the Indian market.
Good news for all those who want to raise their glimmer quotient!! By the looks of it, Micromax is expanded its Bling series to give you style, speed and technology in affordable price.
As per the latest statistics revealed by the advertising and Web analytics firm Chitika, Samsung devices contribute massive chunk towards Android-based Internet traffic.
Recently at the Mobile World Congress(MWC 2013) earlier this year, the new Ideapad A1000 was launched by Lenovo. Available at a reasonable price, this new Ideapad flaunts the voice calling feature which many of the existing Ideapads in the Indian marketplace have already been boasting off.
We are all familiar with tax planning. How often have all sat before the TV to watch our Finance Minister read out the General Budget and wondered if the budget is good or bad for us.
Iraq's Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs firmly stated the central government will take action, "including fiscal measures," if Kurdistan begins exporting oil without coming to an agreement with Baghdad. The remarks came as Minister Hussain al-Shahristani spoke at a conference in London on January 28. The Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) announced in mid-January that oil had begun to flow through a pipeline towards Turkey and that exports would officially start by the end of the month.