HTC’s been having some tough times lately. While one of the major manufacturer of Android devices, the company is having a hard time enjoying the same amount of success as its key rival Samsung, who, other than Apple, is the...
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The Galaxy S 4, Samsung's latest and greatest, has a cute feature we'll probably see in a lot of phones soon: You can shoot both yourself and your surroundings at the same time, using the front- and back-mounted cameras....
HTC and Microsoft go a long way back when the company used to exclusively make smartphones running Windows Mobile. Naturally, then, when Microsoft released Windows Phone, HTC was onboard with some really neat devices at...
Yahoo! on Thursday began spicing up its online news pages with real-time comments fired off at the globally popular messaging service Twitter.
Google's mapping service, Google Maps, is getting a major overhaul with an increasingly personalized service featuring recommendations of places to visit based on your preferences, the company announced Wednesday at the first day of its developer conference Google I/O.
Sending and receiving money was never this easy. In a series of other announcements that Google made at its annual developer conference, it also announced a major addition to its emailing service, which is, users can now send money as an attachment.
The popular link- and photo-sharing website has rolled out an update, one offering people simpler navigation and new ways to arrange their boards to fit their needs. Although the haphazard spirit of Pinterest remains, the site is much less overwhelming.
If you want to know the most popular video clip in New York last night or whether the average teenager prefers the Simpsons or South Park, then YouTube Trends Map is the service for you.
YouTube on Thursday launched a pilot program of paid channels for its online video service, calling it part of an effort "that enables content creators to earn revenue for their creativity."
YouTube is set to announce within a few weeks a series of channels that will require payment, a person familiar with the matter said Monday.
Where you are and what you're doing increasingly play key roles in how you search the Internet. So much so that your search may just conduct itself.
Yahoo! on Monday pulled back the curtain on a new line-up of online shows along with new ways it will pair advertising with content at its websites.
Already home to the Las Vegas strip with its casinos and high-stakes games, Nevada on Tuesday became the first state where residents can legally play poker online for money.
Rediff.com India Limited, India's leading online provider of news, information, communication, entertainment and shopping services has released the latest version of its Rediff.com website, featuring a new and enhanced homepage sporting a tiled interface.
The Indian mind is intelligent. It's another story the Microsofts and the Googles of the world have a substantial Indian population but on the other side there isn't a shortage of ideas cropping up from the Indian soil. Innovation in India is happening. You just need to be open and see.
HTC’s been having some tough times lately. While one of the major manufacturer of Android devices, the company is having a hard time enjoying the same amount of success as its key rival Samsung, who, other than Apple, is the only other company in the mobile segment making any appreciable amount of profit.
Samsung's newest Galaxy S4 smartphone is just a revamped version of its top-selling S3 phone with a bigger screen and a few software gimmicks. Samsung Galaxy S4 will be launched in India on Friday at Rs 41,500.
In the latest display of its technological prowess and sweeping ambition, Google is rolling out another wave of products and services that will test how much more people want computers to control their lives and enhance their perceptions of reality.