July 29th 2015 marks the date the release of Windows 10 to the general public and what an event it was. It was greeted with much optimism and everyone was saying how good it was. But what if you were among those who failed to adapt to the latest operating system by Microsoft? That is where you will need an application that can revert from windows 10 to windows 8.
Creative has just launched three new portable wireless speakers with inbuilt battery and Bluetooth Remote Control (AVRCP), A2DP (Wireless Stereo) in India, these are MUVO 10, MUVO 20 and WOOF. Their official prices have been set at INR 5,999, INR 7,999 and INR 3,999 respectively and are available immediately at retailers.
LG has recently unveiled a new stylish AIO Online PC that is powered by Google Chrome OS, a 4th Gen Intel Celeron and features Full HD IPS 21.5 Inch display, it has 2 GB memory and 16GB SSD drive, ports include HDMI, USB 2.0 x 3, USB 3.0 x 1 and LAN. This typically feels like a underpowered computer on paper but for the purpose it is built that is for running Google Apps in the cloud and small gaming via Chrome browser, it should definitely be able to handle those apps without any issues. Chromebase is priced at Rs 32,000 which feels slightly on the higher side for such specifications.
There are just so many great gaming smartphones out there in 2014, that knowing which one to go for can be a little tough. Today we are listing some of the top ones to choose from, prices of these phones have fallen a bit from their peak and can now be considered as a good value for money. Continue Reading →
In an unexpected move, Flickr which is owned by Yahoo has announced that its users will now get a massive 1 Terabyte of free cloud storage for their photos, apart from this, free users can store massive photos up to 200MB per photo for free, this 1TB space could also be utilized by uploading Full HD videos up to 1GB each. This new update also allows users to upload and download original photos without worrying about the file size.
Gionee has announced the availability of its E3 smartphone in India, one of the many from its upcoming Elife range, this series will boast of ultra sleek and stylish Android phones with the latest Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean OS. Gionee has been late to enter the Indian market but since launch they have produced some very affordable and quality handsets. The latest E3 smartphone comes with 4.7 inch IPS HD display with 312 PPi, it is powered by a 1.2 GHz Quad Core processor and measures just 7.9mm in thickness. Check out the full feature list after the jump.
HTC has launched the much awaited and its prettiest creation till date, the HTC One in India, priced at Rs. 42,900 – the phone will compete with the iPhone 5, Sony Xperia Z and the upcoming Galaxy S4. HTC One has got super review scores from all of the top blogs, recently Anandtech also gave it a Editor’s choice Gold rating, also check out this TheVerge review. Overall, the phone is a complete masterpiece and personally I like it better than all the offerings in the current market.
Nokia Lumia 520, the most affordable Windows Phone 8 will be widely available at Indian retail outlets starting tomorrow, the company has sent word about the availability details and offers, the official MRP is set at 10,499 Rupees, a new bundled offer courtesy of Reliance is also available through which you will get free 3G data along with unlimited Facebook and Whatsapp messenger usage for 2 months. This offer is valid for both new and existing Reliance GSM customers. On the other hand Flipkart is selling the Lumia 520 with a free 8 GB microSD card at the same MRP.
Consoles are yet to upgrade to some serious Full HD (1080p) gaming which won’t be happening until we see PS4 and Xbox Durango which are due in early 2014. But, if you are PC gamer then things are moving pretty fast already, AMD has announced an affordable Radeon HD 7790 graphics card which is fabricated using the 28nm manufacturing process and promises 1080p gaming with quieter fan operation. Priced at around $150 (Rs. 8250) Radeon HD 7790 sits between the HD 7850 and 7770 and is also CrossFire compatible.
Want to have a sneak peak at the next generation of real time speech recognition tech that could also generate said text as we speak, then have a look at the MSR (Microsoft Research) demo below using Windows Phone 8 running the custom apps for voice search, it shows that next gen phones will be able to recognize voice much faster (low latency) and also in the presence of ambient noise. The app also types text as we speak which is a really cool feature.