Recently at the Mobile World Congress(MWC 2013) earlier this year, the new Ideapad A1000 was launched by Lenovo. Available at a reasonable price, this new Ideapad flaunts the voice calling feature which many of the existing Ideapads in the Indian marketplace have already been boasting off.
Latest from the tech world is that Intel is trying something new with the virtual cable network. Using this creation Intel would be able to sell unlimited number of television channels over the Internet with a help of a set top box.
Pinleague, Pinterest's marketing wing realised the much demanded feature was missing
Honda's rival Toyota though is way ahead, having achieved the mark in 2007, and has sold 2 million cars till now.
Once World's leading brands, are now finding it hard to sustain their hold over the maket.
A multi-cornered contest between Apple, Google, Microsoft and others keeps getting juicier
Japanese electronics behemoth Panasonic Corp is contemplating a staff cut at its headquarters in Osaka.
The third-largest U.S. mobile network operator, Sprint Nextel, has asked regulators to block AT&T’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile USA, alleging that the deal would thwart competition and lead to higher prices for the subscribers.
Industry experts are not too optimistic about Google’s new social search tool called +1 which the company unveiled a few days back.
Warner Bros. has announced that it will be offering some select movies on Facebook and the first movie being offered online to Facebook users will be “The Dark Knight.” It marks the beginning of collaboration between the powerful world of social media and the cinema.