Breeze, a fitness app that encourages users to walk

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Breeze, a fitness app that encourages users to walk

 Runkeeper, the GPS fitness-tracking application has launched a new app called Breeze, which tracks users’ movements and activities. Unlike other similar apps such as Human or move that provides users with information on activities carried out in a single day at once, Breeze gives users data of past seven days. More →
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Fingerprint scanners from both Apple and Samsung mere gimmicks, says Biometrics expert

By on April 19, 2014 at 11:29 AM.

Fingerprint scanners from both Apple and Samsung mere gimmicks, says Biometrics expert

It’s pretty safe to say that computer science Professor Willy Susilo won’t be relying on a fingerprint scanner to keep his mobile phone secure. In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, Susilo says that the fingerprint scanners used by Apple and Samsung are mere “gimmicks” that hackers can easily fool and that don’t give users and real biometric security. More →
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Samsung Galaxy K Zoom’s camera sample surfaces online

By on April 18, 2014 at 4:47 PM.

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom’s camera sample surfaces online

Samsung always has a camera phone in its range which is more camera than phone. So, after the Galaxy S Zoom, there will be a Galaxy K Zoom, and it will be announced on April 29. A camera sample surfaced online has brought some more information about the upcoming device, GSMArena reports. More →
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Reviews

Motorola Moto X Review: When experience trumps specifications

By on April 18, 2014 at 9:00 AM.

Motorola Moto X Review: When experience trumps specifications

There is an arms race of sorts in the smartphone industry. It is a race to have the latest and greatest hardware specifications that can be crammed into a phone. It doesn't seem to matter whether users really need that kind of hardware, whether the smartphone heats up or the battery drains twice in a day. All that matters is whether the device has the best specifications available. Motorola attempts to change that with the Moto X. It does not boast octa-core or even a quad-core processor and it doesn't even have a full HD 1080p display. Despite having a dual-core processor and a 720p display, Motorola claims the Moto X can provide a better experience than many flagship smartphones out there. But does it? More →
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Obi Mobiles: Is there space for another smartphone brand in India?

By on April 17, 2014 at 6:34 PM.

Obi Mobiles: Is there space for another smartphone brand in India?

Earlier today, former Apple CEO John Sculley launched his smartphone brand Obi in India. The company plans on initially selling smartphones in the Rs 5,000-Rs 8,000 range and expects to sell a million units and be profitable in five months. But in a segment which has tier-one companies like Samsung, as well as local brands like Micromax, can Obi succeed? More →
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