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HTC launches entry-level HTC Desire 210, prices it at Rs 8,700

HTC Desire 210 has been priced at Rs 8,700.

In a couple of weeks, the HTC will also start selling HTC One M8 will for Rs 49,900.

HTC Corporation launched the HTC One M8, its innovative flagship smartphone, in India at Rs 49,900.
HTC One M8 launched in India at competitive price of Rs 49,900
HTC One M8 has a price that could have Samsung, Apple worried.

Where apps matter: Don’t always settle for preloaded apps on Android phones

It is worth your time to go out there and look for apps that will make you maximise your phone's use...

Sony Xperia E1 review: An affordable phone that offers serious performance for its class

Sony Xperia E1 Dual Sim is affordable and great for music, multitasking.

5 features an Amazon smartphone might offer

A report this week in The Wall Street Journal said that Amazon is planning to release a smartphone.

Facebook rolls out location-sharing 'Nearby Friends' feature

New Facebook feature must be turned on by the user, so people shouldn't expect to broadcast their lo...
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Micromax Canvas Turbo Mini quick-read review: It might be a good idea to skip this one
Motorola Moto G or the Micromax Canvas 4 are both far better than the Turbo Mini.
About 85 per cent of digital universe created by enterprises: EMC study
Currently, 60% of data in the digital universe is attributed to mature markets...
At Rs 3,999, Maxx Mobile unveils AX411 DUO with Gravity Sensor
Maxx AX411 DUO is available in White and Dark Grey colours.
2 Things You Shouldn’t Compromise On With Rs. 10,000 Android Phones
Trying to save a few bucks by skimping on smartphone screens...
Now, tiny portable printer that moves around the page
The team said if they meet their funding goal, the printer will be ready for shipping by January 201...
In battle for the ballot, software firms ‘app’ the ante
Today, there’s an app for almost everything under the sun.
Have you ever tweeted?
44 per cent of Twitter accounts have never sent a tweet: Report
BlackBerry makes slow shift to becoming a services company, again
BlackBerry seems to be regaining its base in the enterprise server space fuelled by its new BES 10 o...
At Rs 5,199, Spice introduces Stellar Glide Mi438 with OGS screen
Spice Stellar Glide Mi438 smartphone offers 2GB free Spice Cloud services
US regulators warn Facebook, WhatsApp to keep privacy promises
US regulators have warned Facebook and WhatsApp to uphold the data privacy of their users, following...
Samsung Galaxy S5 to hit stores in India today
All eyes on what the final price tag of Samsung's flagship phone will be in India
Everything you need to know about the Heartbleed bug
There isn't much that people can do to protect themselves from the Heartbleed bug until the affected...
Over 550 million identities exposed in 2013: Symantec
Growing menace of cybercrime has pushed incidents of data breaches to rise over 60 per cent in 2013,...
End of Microsoft's support for Windows XP arrests decline in PC market: Gartner
The end of Windows XP support by Microsoft has played a role in the easing decline of PC shipments.
At Rs 7,499, Lava Iris 406Q could be cheapest way to get to a Android Kitkat upgrade
Lava Iris 406Q is priced Rs 7,499 and will be available online only on Flipkart for the first month.
Harman Kardon Go+Wireless: Music to your ears
This wireless speaker offers high quality audio and is great for carrying to a party
IBM introduces mobile, storage and Hadoop offerings for the Mainframe
IBM announced new offerings for System z that will provide clients with a platform for the rapid dev...
Lenovo Ideapad A10 Quick-Read Review: Android is just not ready for the laptop
The question really is whether Android can be a good laptop OS, not whether Lenovo Ideapad A10 can b...
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