Monday, December 22, 2014

Motorola Launches 32GB Variant Of The Moto X In India

Motorola launched the 32GB variant of the The Moto X device in India on December 22 at Rs 32,999. 

The announcement was made by e-retail partner Flipkart, alongside dropping the price of the base 16GB variant to Rs 29,999. The variants with leather and wood backs (16GB) will come in at Rs 31,999, while the newly launched 32GB variant will be available only in plastic back options in Royal Blue and Black shades. However, the company hasn't done much in the way of offering the customization options via its Moto Maker tool in India. 

The Moto X features a 5.2-inch Full HD AMOLED display and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, coupled to 2GB of RAM. While other devices (cheaper and more expensive) do offer similar or better specs, the device stands out with exclusive features such as Moto's Active Display and always listening features.

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Skype offering free calling from India to the United States and Canada

Skype calling from India to the United States and Canada is now completely free. And yes, this does include calls made to landline numbers as well.
The company has announced that it now offers free calls from India to the United States and Canada until the 1st of March 2015. While this is a long time frame and the holiday season is approaching, Skype indeed has a plan. Offering free calls means that Skype will literally double its user base and its new users will even get a chance to sample the audio quality and simplicity of placing a Skype call.

Monday, July 15, 2013

Spice's New Pinnacle FHD Mi-525 Smartphone Takes Micromax Canvas 4 Head-on

Spice Mobility has launched yet another device, called the Pinnacle FHD Mi-525, with a 5" full-HD display and a quad-core processor. The Pinnacle FHD runs Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean), and is priced at Rs 17,000. It competes with Micromax's new Canvas 4, which is priced at Rs 18,000. Spice's new Pinnacle FHD has features such as Pop-up Play, Spice Cloud support (2 GB free storage), direct call, intelligent answer, and flip-to-mute. Let's find out what tech-specs the Spice's new Stellar packs in:

Nokia Lumia 1020 With 41 Megapixel Camera

The Nokia N8 was the unbeatable camera-phone of its time before it was replaced last year by the Nokia 808 PureView – the world's first mobile handset with a 41 megapixel camera. While it had outstanding imaging capabilities, the phone was let down by the aging Nokia Belle (formerly known as Symbian) platform.

Monday, July 1, 2013

Google 15th Anniversary Award Scam

Google helps you find answers to your questions; Google gives away apps for free; Google has an awesome hangout for you and your pals, but Google never pays you 800,000 British pounds! That’s right! One more online scam that has been making rounds on the Internet is the Google Award Email scam.

Have you received an email from Google, which threw you into a fits of oh-my-god-this-is-awesome feeling? Did the mail inform you that you have just won yourself an award of £ 800,000 from Google? Well, sorry for being a wet blanket, this is nothing but a scam.

Micromax Canvas 2 now for Rs 8,417

The Micromax Canvas 2 Android smartphone, which not so long ago was selling for Rs 10,000, is now available for just Rs 8,417 only. The Canvas 2 has been a popular smartphone in the Indian market whose price zoomed to Rs 13,000 from its launch price of Rs 9,999. But now you can get this handset for Rs 8,417 from Flipkart.

Micromax Canvas 4 coming

Micromax Canvas 4 may be priced at Rs 18,000.

Pre-Booking for the Micromax Canvas 4 has started.

In the last few days Micromax has been teasing about its latest Android based flagship smartphone, the Canvas 4. It has used television and YouTube to create a lot of buzz without revealing much in terms of specification or tentative pricing. However, sources familiar with the development at Micromax have said to The Mobile Indian that "the Canvas 4 will be priced at around Rs 18,000 and will be officially launched in July".