Twitter’s micro-video messaging service Vine has officially banned all sexual activities that people post on the platform.
The Nokia X line of smartphones that run on Google’s Android operating software will be available in India by the end of this month.
It''''s election time in India and just about everybody is involved in the event; be it political parties, advertising agencies, the hoi-polloi, IPL organizers or industry associations. The social networking giant Facebook is also gearing up to track mentions of candidates and political parties throughout the election period.
Many online services allow their users to login through their Facebook or Google accounts but, this facility will no longer be available for Yahoo users, as the Sunnyvale, California-based Yahoo Inc says it wants its users to enter its various online services using only Yahoo credentials.
The smartphone market in India is booming and LG wants to grab a larger pie of it. The South Korean giant has expressed its intention to increase its present market share of 4.8 percent to 10 percent by the end of the year.
Researchers at the Hiroshima City University are testing a gadget which can be controlled by gestures such as blinking of an eye, raised eyebrows, clicking of the tongue, clenching of teeth etc.
Here is a good news for those who missed the chance before to secure one. The immensely popular phone is once again available on Flipkart in both 8GB and 16GB variants.
Smartphone manufacturers have had a good time in recent years. The market has been burgeoning and the sale graph has rocketed northwards. However, this ecstasy may be short-lived, so claims market research firm International Data Corporation (IDC).
Apparently motivated by the roaring success of its budget smartphone Moto G in India, Motorola is now gearing up to bring its slightly premium smartphone, Moto X, to the Indian market.
In a bid to revive its sagging fortunes in India, Blackberry has slashed the price of Z10 again.