Samsung Electronics Co. announced in a statement Thursday that it will unveil a 105-inch curved TV at the U.S. Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. The television maker’s announcement came several hours after LG Electronics Inc. announced its own mammoth Ultra HDTV for the consumer market next year.
The highly-awaited PlayStation 4gaming console is finally going to hit the Indian market. The Japanese technology mammoth Sony officially launched its new generation video gaming console PS4 Wednesday at an event in New Delhi.
The latest edition of Sony’s popular gaming console will be available across the country from January 6 onwards with a price tag of Rs 39,990, the company officials said at the event.
Google is armed with the mission of making the useful information available and accessible to all. The behemoth’s platform is now being used to enable users find ‘sleep spots’ where they can catch a few winks.
The Digital TV and DTH service arm of India’s leading telecom operator Bharti Airtel has launched a mobile app, called ‘Pocket TV,’ that the company claims would transforms the way consumers watch television.
The micro blogging site Twitter may be killing two of its important and iconic features, hashtags and @reply symbols, according to several tabloid reports, citing a Twitter news head.
While the phenomenally successful game Flappy Bird may hit the app store again sooner or later, a new puzzle game has already begun wooing gaming geeks.
Seems like the maker of the uber-addictive Flappy Bird game is regretting his decision of pulling the plug on his money-minting game, and now planning to bring the mobile game back online.
Apple Inc., the maker of iconic iPhone, has added a section to its App Store that is solely dedicated to the apps ideal for taking the self-portrait-style pictures.
India’s third largest telecom operator, Idea Cellular has entered into a partnership with Gameloft, a global publisher of digital and social games, to offer Idea users quality gaming experience.
Samsung is gearing up to launch a new free music service for its Galaxy smartphone users. The South Korean gadget maker unveiled the service, dubbed “Milk Music,” on Friday, March 7, 2014 in the US.