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Xiaomi Mi Max 2 Price in India Gets Slashed; Base Variant Now Costs Rs. 13,999

Xiaomi Mi Max 2 price in India has been permanently slashed by the company just two months after launching the handset in the country. The smartphone, originally launched in July, is now available for as low as Rs. 13,999. This represents a Rs. 1,000 discount over Mi Max 2 price for the base variant, which has 32GB storage. On the other… Read More »

Nokia Gets Decision in LG Patent Arbitration

Nokia said on Monday it had received a decision in patent licence arbitration with LG Electronics from the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce. The Finnish company did not disclose details of the award but said that it would book revenue, as well as a non-recurring catch-up payment, starting from the third quarter. Nokia sold its once-dominant… Read More »

HTC U11 Gets 1080p 60fps Video Recording and Bluetooth 5.0 With Firmware Update

The HTC U11 smartphone received positive feedback from users as well as critics post its launch but there were some features that were noticeably missing from the handset when it was made available in June. Now, the Taiwanese company has rolled an update for the handset that reportedly adds the ability to record 1080p resolution at 60fps and support for Bluetooth… Read More »

LG V30 Launch Set for August 31, Gets Leaked in Company’s Own Video Promotion

LG on Tuesday announced the launch date of the V30, it next flagship smartphone. LG had already sent a ‘save the date’ invite last month, and in the latest invite (seen below), it clearly mentions the LG V30 by name. The invite also bears the words ‘Lights. Camera. Action.’ The invite also reiterates the launch event will be in Berlin, Germany, and… Read More »

Windows 10 Gets ‘Eye Control’ Feature, Command Prompt Console Gets Colour Overhaul

HIGHLIGHTS Microsoft has announced Eye Control for Windows Insider preview build Microsoft Console has also received a new colour scheme Both the features are included in the latest Windows build 16257 To empower physically-challenged people to operate an on-screen mouse and keyboard, Microsoft has announced beta version of ‘Eye Control’ feature for Windows 10 that lets users control… Read More »

General Dynamics gets U.S. and U.K. sub fire control contract modification

The U.S. Department of Defense is awarding an $8.8 million contract modification to General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems for work on U.S. and U.K. ballistic and cruise missile submarine fire control systems. The modification will include maintenance on the attack weapon control systems and missile fire-control for the future U.S. Columbia-class and U.K. Dreadnought-class submarines. The work will be… Read More »

Office 365 Gets Analytics Add-on, PayPal Announces Immediate Transfers

Office 365 is a staple in many small business offices. And now, the tool includes a new feature aimed at helping businesses track employee productivity. Another staple for a lot of small businesses is PayPal, which just announced the ability for users to instantly transfer money to bank accounts. Read more about these updates and other headlines in… Read More »

Nubia N2 with 5,000mAh battery gets listed on Amazon before launch

With a day left for the launch of the Nubia N2 in the country, the handset has been listed on Amazon India. The listing shows currently unavailable but it does give away a lot of information. The USP of this smartphone set to be released in India tomorrow is its capacious 5000mAh battery. This battery is claimed to… Read More »

Samsung Gear S3 gets Spotify offline playback

Spotify has been a part of the Samsung Gear since the Gear S2. What’s been missing since then, is a way to listen to music right off the Gear without a connected smartphone and without needing a connected smartwatch. This is where offline playback comes in. Now you’ll be able to download certain songs or playlists to the… Read More »

Google I/O 2017: Google’s Augmented Reality Tech Gets a Boost With Visual Positioning Service

You may be familiar with Google’s Project Tango that uses sensors to track motions and size up your environment. Google has been investing quite a bit on Tango, which is at the core for the company’s push into both virtual reality and augmented reality. The company announced at Google I/O its new VR tech called WorldSense as well… Read More »