With Xperia T3 what first comes in mind that is nothing but a feather feeling and it’s elegant design. Yes the overall view from outside is quiet similar to other models but putting your hand on it is really going to tell some different tale. It has a high-resolution 5.3” HD TRILUMINOS™ display, which comes from Sony’s rich experience in display technology field.
Flipkart’s first tablet Digiflip Pro XT 712 launched under its Digiflip Pro brand.With 7-inch HD IPS display, powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, Mali 400 GPU and Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean). Dual SIM support, 3G connectivity and voice calling capabilities made it a really unbeatable tablet in this lower pocket friendly tech zone. Like Amazon Flipkart is also entering in the hardware sector.
Being an Indian company it has a large opportunity to capture this one of the large consumer market of the world. Price tag is of Rs. 9000 includes, free shopping worth Rs. 5,300 on Flipkart through mobile app on the device, 1-month subscription of Flipkart First and Free eBooks worth Rs.2300, Flat 50% off on Book Case worth Rs.799 for the tablet and a free Plantronics ML2 Bluetooth Headset worth Rs. 1,199 . It also offers try and buy program that enables you to try the tablet and return it within 30 days. Continue reading →
In the Worldwide Developers Conference Apple announced the features of iOS 8. It took place from June 2 to June 6 2014 in San Francisco with an in-depth look at the latest in iOS and OS X. In WWDC 2014 Apple spent significant amount of time on iOS8 in keynote stating it clear that it is going to be one of the most awaited thing from Apple which they were eager to display.
Apple is stating iOS 8 as worlds most advanced mobile operating system. With some good default application, claiming developers to provide deeper access and more tools, higher sync options, family accessibility to iTunes items Apple is trying to keep Steve jobs promises regarding iCloud and Apple itself.
Release date of iOS 8
Developers can put their hands now on iOS 8 but the users have to wait for some time that is fall 2014. iOS 8 beta is now available for developers which one comes with $99 USD/per year developer program.
Compatibility of iOS 8
iOS 8 upgrade will remain free as always and will be compatible with most most of the devices. Apple only excluded 2010′s iPhone 4. iPhone 4S or newer and iPad 2 or newer can be upgraded in newer iOS version. Both iPad mini and iPad mini 2 tablets along with iPod touch 5th generation are also going to work with the new iOS. Continue reading →
Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia’s device business is now official, after months of delays and regulatory hurdles. The remnants of Nokia will get a whopping $7.2 billion. In return, Microsoft will get 32,000 new employees, a legion of Lumias, and oh yeah, those funky Android based Nokia X phones. So what? Sure, Microsoft and Nokia each stand to gain (or lose) billions from the deal. But why does that matter to you? How Microsoft Mobiles would benefit end users? What should you and I hope to see from the Microkia conglomerate, in terms of Windows Phones and devices that we can actually touch and hold and feel? I’m glad you asked. More, and more polished, Windows Phones? Let’s get this out of the way: Windows Phone has an adoption problem. And since Nokia controls a stunning 93 percent of the Windows Phone market, that means Nokia has an adoption problem, too. Continue reading →
The Chromecast is in news now. The HDMI streaming device is really great in it’s field. This tiny peice is really a giant on it’s own. It allows you to stream your local media to your Chromecast. Google made it better by recently releasing the sdk that helps any developer to add casting support to their apps.
Roku, Apple TV, or even the embedded software in our Blu-Ray player, tends to use the same directional pad control schemes, blown-up interfaces, and more over they are space-consuming hardware. The Chromecast differs with some really good key factors.
The smartphone market has two glamorous phones with them: Samsung Galaxy S5 and Google Nexus 5. These phones definitely are not budget phones, while they deliver superlative performance. This battle pits two of them, the most popular Android devices in the world against each other. The Galaxy S5 (GS5) is one of Samsung’s most marketed devices that is currently outselling Apple’s iPhone 5s, according to early estimates. In the other corner, there’s the Nexus 5, Google’s latest-generation device that has become a go-to source for those who love the pure vanilla Android experience. Continue reading →