After opening a research lab focused on artificial intelligence (AI) in China -- its first such centre in Asia - Google has reportedly opened another office in the country. According to a report in TechCrunch, the new workspace for Googlers is in Shenzhen -- a city that is home to Tencent, Huawei and ZTE. "We
A NASA-led team of scientists has determined that WASP-18b, a "hot Jupiter" located 325 light-years from Earth, has a smothering stratosphere that is loaded with carbon monoxide, or CO, but has no signs of water. "The composition of WASP-18b defies all expectations," said Kyle Sheppard of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. "We
As governments and companies face an uphill task to stop hackers from stealing data, the Dark Web is providing them with a safe haven, helping them scale up and execute massive data breaches, global cyber security firm McAfee has warned. Dark Web is an encrypted network of websites and communities that exists outside of mainstream
Winter is definitely coming, but, there are a couple of months to go. However, here in Mumbai, it's the imminent arrival of October heat that worries me more. And at times like these, inexpensive desk fans come to the rescue. Today, BGRIndia, has a quirky gadget in the house from flintstop.com, that plugs into any USB port. In the era of minimalism, a product like this saves a lot of your desk space with its 3-in-1 feature: cool breeze, a clock, and some extra light. The geek that resides within me was really fascinated by this Rs 1,199 USB Clock Fan! I know it's just a clock, but it's a cool clock! I really liked the idea of a fan giving me the time, but is that all I really got out of this? Let s find out in the review below.
We had almost forgotten about the YotaPhone before it hit the rumor mills earlier this year. Since the beginning, we have been hearing about the company's plans to launch the YotaPhone 3 - successor to the YotaPhone 2. Now, the smartphone has finally launched in China. It will be up for pre-orders starting September 5 on Chinese retailer website JD.com and will be up for sale on September 18.
Micromax recently launched its flagship device, the Canvas Infinity for Rs 9,999 in India. The smartphone comes with Galaxy S8-like infinity display with 8:9 edge-to-edge screen. However, now, the company is focusing on launching another product, and this time it's a tablet. The company is expected to launch its first tablet of the year very soon. While the launch date is not known at the moment, thanks to the leaks, we know that the tablet will be called Canvas Plex Tab.
As promised, HMD Global s Nokia 5 will go on sale via offline channels starting August 15. Offline pre-booking for the mid-range smartphone had already begun from July 7. The smartphone is priced at Rs 12,499, and will be available at retail stores like Sangeetha Mobiles, Poorvika, Big C, Croma, and more.
Yu made a comeback in the Indian market with its Yureka Black smartphone this June. The smartphone is priced at Rs 8,999, and runs Android 6.0 out-of-the-box. However, at the time of launch, Yu promised that it will be rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat update to the device soon. Keeping that promise, Yu has started rolling out Android 7.1.1 Nougat update for all Yureka Black smartphones.
Xiaomi s Redmi 4A is going on sale today at 12:00PM via Amazon India. Priced at Rs 5,999, the smartphone comes in gold, black and gray colors. The smartphone comes only in one variant with 16GB storage and 2GB of RAM.
According Counterpoint, Redmi Note 4 remains the top selling smartphone in India in the last quarter followed by Redmi 4. Looking at the success of the smartphone, Xiaomi has now announced an open sale for the Redmi 4 smartphone as well. It has gone on sale via Amazon India.
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