For those of you who have been eagerly awaiting the latest, uber-cool, convertible laptop from HP; it is finally here. First unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2015 at Barcelona and now finally launched on the Indian market, the HP Spectre x360 convertible laptop is being promoted as the company’s ‘most premium’ portable PC.
Following closely on the heels of its recent Lava Iris Alfa launch in January this year, Indian cell phone manufacturer Lava has recent the latest variant – the Lava Iris Alfa L – where the ‘L’ actually stands for Lollipop 5.0 which is the operating system built into this phone.
Facebook has decided to change its tactics; in a recent statement made by the Menlo Park, California based social media giant, it said that Facebook would be reconfiguring its News feed-related algorithms to make it more specific to updates from their friends rather than outsiders and strangers.
Since the advent of the internet and later social media networking, India has been known as a hotbed of active networking and this was once again proved as Viber, the popular OTT (over-the-top) free messaging and calling app announced that it had crossed the 40 million registered users mark in India.
The budget smartphone segment seems to be the hottest space in the smartphone market at the moment. With competitors like Huawei, Xiaomi, Yu already crowding the segment with an abundance of inexpensive but feature-rich phones, Chinese mobile phone maker Gionee has decided to take the competition head-on with the launch of its latest budget flagship – the Pioneer P4s.
Earlier we had run an article about a leaked ‘Phone’ app image from Facebook that had set off a storm of speculations about an Android-based voice-calling app from the California based social networking giant; well those rumours were true. Say hello to Facebook’s latest Creative labs creation – ‘Hello’ – a dialler and caller ID voice calling app for Android phones.
If you think the iPhone 6 is cool, then wait till you get yourself an e-Ink display case from PopSLATE that clips on to the back of your phone turning it the rear side into a secondary display. What this means is that users will no longer have to turn on the iPhone main display every time they want to check something.
Barely a month after Motorola announced its Moto E (2nd Gen) 3G variant for Rs 6999 in a grand invite-only launch Moto E event, the company has unveiled the Moto E (2nd Gen) 4G LTE variant which is currently up for sale exclusively on Flipkart after it was opened for pre-orders last week.