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Microsoft sides with Qualcomm in showdown over connected home

Microsoft Corp has joined Qualcomm Inc and other technology companies in a bid to establish standard ways for household devices like light bulbs and thermostats to talk to each other.

Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini small on size and big on features

Just as the leaks had suggested, the new Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini is only small in stature and screen resolution. Indeed, apart from the 720p 4.5-inch display, this handset manages to offer users with smaller hands and tighter pockets pretty much everything its bigger brother boasts.

Soon, liquids to keep your PC cool

We know that personal computers can slow down, or worse, completely shut down owing to overheating. Not any more.

Karbonn partners Flipkart for affordable smartphone range

Homegrown firm Karbonn has tied-up with e-Commerce giant Flipkart to launch a range of affordable smartphones, priced Rs. 2,699 onwards.

HP India unveils Apollo server range,eyes research institutes

Tech giant Hewlett-Packard (HP) unveiled its latest line up of servers -- Apollo 6000 and Apollo 8000 -- in India, which deliver enhanced performance using less space and energy.

Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S tablets in India for Rs 37,800 onwards

Korean electronics giant Samsung launched its new tablet 'Tab S' to further strengthen its position in the Indian market. The device will be available in two screen sizes - 8.4 inch and 10.5 inch - priced at Rs 37,800 and Rs 44,800.

Apple may lose business without 'large screen' iPhone 6

An Australian report reveals that Apple may lose half of iPhone 6 buyers if it does not increase its screen size.

Samsung launches 4 new Galaxy 'budget' smartphones

Tech giant Samsung has reportedly launched four new budget Galaxy devices - Galaxy Core II, Galaxy Star 2, Galaxy Ace 4, and Galaxy Young 2.

Sony launches 3 new camera models

Expanding its offering in the camera market, Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony introduced three models in Alpha range of DSLR segment and cyber-shot range.

Snapdeal to showcase smartphone, sports cam

Online marketplace Snapdeal said it will showcase the first set of consumer-centric products, including a smartphone and a sports cam, created under its 'Launchpad' programme.

Microsoft smartwatch coming in October

The latest reports regarding the company's return to the wearable technology market claim that Microsoft's first smartwatch for over a decade will feature 11 individual sensors.

Want to own a smartphone that doesn't hurt the pocket? Here's how.

In recent weeks, three phones, an Android, a Windows and a BlackBerry, have reset the bar for affordable smartphones. Do they live up to user expectations? We take a look.

Xiaomi to make India debut on Flipkart

Following the footsteps of Motorola, Chinese handset maker Xiaomi is also teaming up with e-Commerce major Flipkart to launch its handsets in India.

People now don't fall for branding but merits of product: Samsung executive

The Vice president of Samsung Knox mobile security group, Jay Shin believes that once upon a time, people were moved by branding but now they know better.

Which Android to Wear?

The first two smartwatches that use Google's clever wearable tech operating system are already up for order, and will be coming to a wrist near you in July. But should you plump for the LG G Watch or the Samsung Gear Live? Or, should you wait until Motorola's or Asus's first Android Wear devices come to market?
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