Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced the launch of an Android mobile app. The app titled, Narendra Modi has been developed with the aim to easing communication between the Prime Minister s Office the people of the country.
Samsung's S6 Edge was launched to bring back the innovation quotient to the Korean company. The phone, which had drawn significant amount of research and development from Bengaluru, was introduced in March at a starting price of Rs 58,900. Here is the IANS review of the Galaxy S6 Edge.
In India, Xiaomi wants to be perceived as an Indian smartphone brand. The smartphone vendor has already had a great start since its India debut last July by selling over a million smartphones in less than five months and became the fifth largest smartphone brand in the country in the last quarter of 2014. However, Xiaomi is not content with that as it seeks for India domination in 2015. The Mi 4i marks the beginning of that journey, becoming the first smartphone it has launched first in India -- even before China. Priced at Rs 12,999, the Mi 4i plays on the standard Xiaomi promise -- high quality smartphones priced extremely competitively. Butdoes it deliver on the promise?
Earlier in February, WhatsApp started rolling out voice calling feature for Android smartphones, however it left iPhone users in the dark about when they could get WhatsApp Call on their smartphones. Now WhatsApp has rolled out a new version on the App Store, which will bring the much sought after feature to iPhone users. However, there's a catch.
With reports of Flipkart joining Airtel Zero , users in favor of net neutrality are protesting against the e-commerce site. The brunt of these protests is being faced by Flipkart s mobile app, which is being filled with negative reviews. This was first spotted by IndiaToday.
It hasn't even been a year since Xiaomi launched its smartphones in India and it has already had a significant impact on the industry and consumers. In these few months, the Chinese smartphone maker had made us realize two things - you don't have to pay through your nose to get the best hardware specifications and smartphones below Rs 10,000 can be usable too. The Redmi 1S is a great testament to the latter and its success led other smartphone brands to do a better job than throwing left-overs and run down products in the entry-level segment. However, that's not to say the Redmi 1S didn't come with its share of flaws, as you can read in my review. To address those concerns and to set new benchmarks, Xiaomi is bringing the Redmi 2 to India tomorrow. I have been using it as my primary smartphone for the last one week. The Redmi 1S had failed to dazzle me, can the Redmi 2 do any better? Let's find out.
WhatsApp has reportedly started rolling out its voice calling feature to all Android users. iOS users, on the other hand, are waiting for the feature. But it seems they won t have to wait long.
After launching HERE app on Android last year, Nokia today is relaunching its maps and navigation app on iOS, the company announced today. Furthermore, Nokia also notes that HERE s Android client has garnered more than 4 million downloads since its launch in October 2014.
Samsung today took to the stage at the Mobile World Congress event to unveil its next flagship smartphones: Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The smartphones pack in substantial hardware specs improvements over the last year s Galaxy S5, and also sport overhaul design. But the company is also giving away some handy features on the software end. The latest flagship smartphones from the company come with an additional 100GB of OneDrive storage space.
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