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Samsung Galaxy S3 price, release date announced

The phone that has the market swooning and is making waves all across the country hasn’t announced a release date till now. Speculation is rife about the date and pre-bookings are in place. Some sources say that it will be May 31 while others think that

Sony India says goodbye to feature phones

Sony Mobile Communication India has pressed the exit button on the non-smart phones. Seems like the news of shortage of key components was a precursor to this. According to P. Balaji, Managing Director of operations in India, the decision to phase out th

Idea, RCom follow Airtel’s move to cut 3G rates

Bharti Airtel’s move to slash charges for 3G services by up to 70 percent has caused a stir amongst other players in the industry. The first to follow suit is Aditiya Birla Group Idea Cellular, which too has announced to slash 3G service prices by the s

New Galaxy S II buyers in India get ICS versions

With Indian owners of Samsung Galaxy S II are desperately looking for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, its new buyers have begun to get the device with ICS. A number of new customers, who recently bought the brand new versions of Galaxy S II, have tweeted

Sony Xperia P up for pre orders at Rs.25,000

At the beginning of the second quarter of 2012, Sony unveiled its dual core powered smartphone, Xperia P at the MWC event. Now available for pre order in India for Rs. 25,000, the android phone is all set for its release on May 26. Together with Xperia U

Karbonn unveils KT21 Express, dual SIM GSM handset for Rs. 4,500

Indian handset maker Karbonn Mobiles has surfaced a fresh dual-SIM GSM cell phone, dubbed the KT21 Express. The new version of the dual SIM handset adds one more to the company’s escalating collection of low-priced feature phones with multimedia capabil

Would Steve Jobs design an iCar if he were alive?

We’ve always asked ourselves one question; if Steve Jobs were alive, what would have been his next iCreation? J. Crew and Mickey Drexler, current CEO of Apple, when asked, told at an interview at Fast Company’s Innovation conference that the next thin

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