Thursday, November 26, 2015

OnePlus 2 goes on open sale till November 27, no invites needed

OnePlus 2 will be available for open sale from November 25 to November 27 on Amazon India. This is the second open sale for the OnePlus 2 by the Chinese tech start-up in recent times.
OnePlus 2’s open sale will start at 12 AM on November 25 and ends on November 27 11.59 pm. Usually customers need an invite to buy the OnePlus 2, but on these two days you should be able to buy the phone without one. The 64GB version of the OnePlus 2 costs Rs 24,999 on Amazon India.

Will Samsung Pay Become More Popular Than Apple Pay?

No longer content with battling among smartphones, it seems Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) and Samsung (NASDAQOTH:SSNLF) are fighting on a host of device fronts. After watching the popularity of Apple's iPad, Samsung quickly moved into the premium-tablet space with its Galaxy line of tablets. As far as wearables go, Samsung struck first with its Android Wear line of smartwatches, with Apple bringing its watch to market earlier this year.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Rumors Tip Return of MicroSD Slot

It's no secret that Samsung will have a follow-up to its Galaxy S6 next year, but exactly what the S7 will offer is up for debate.

A report on Monday from Italy-based news outlet HD Blog says the microSD slot will return on the S7 after it was nixed in this year's Galaxy S6 and Note 5.

How ShopInSync Is Bringing Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal Together

Despite e-commerce’s febrile adoption around the country, the want for replication of the traditional physical retail experience remains. And that’s exactly what ShopInSync sets out to do—make online shopping more ‘human’.

Gionee Marathon M5 Launched in India, Available on Flipkart with 6,020 mAh Battery, 3 GB of RAM Variant

Shenzhen-based mobile phone manufacturer Gionee has finally released its smartphone called Marathon M5 in India. According to Android Central, the device was introduced during a press conference in Bangalore. It will be exclusively available on Flipkart for only Rs. 17,999.

Among its features and specs, the new smartphone's highlight is its massive battery pack. It is reported to provide every user long battery life through its two 3,010 mAh batteries, which gives a total of 6,020 mAh. Gionee claims that the handset will last up to four days on a single charge if the device is used light to moderately

Aamir Khan's remark: Flipkart's Sachin Bansal comes to Snapdeal's rescue

Sachin Bansal, who has in the past used Twitter to slam Snapdeal, on Wednesday came out in defence of the e-commerce rival.
"This is a flawed logic. Brands don't buy into brand ambassadors personal opinions. @snapdeal shouldn't face this," Bansal, the co-founder and CEO of India's largest online marketplace Flipkart tweeted.

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Monday, November 16, 2015

Swipe Junior Android smartphone for children launched in India: Price, details

California-based Swipe Technologies has launched Swipe Junior, touted as the world's first smartphone for children, in India.
The new Swipe Junior runs the Android KitKat OS with "Parent-Operated Control System", wherein the elders can keep a tab on who are on the kid's contact list and also control the child's phone internet use, gaming time or any other apps in the phone.

Samsung Gear S2 Rumors: Smartwatch to Include iPhone Support?

When the Gear S2 was launched it was thought that it requires only an Android device to work, but now reports suggest that it might also have support for a competitor's product, Apple's iPhone.

According to TMO news, Samsung Gear S2 is Samsung's latest venture in to wearable accessory. But contrary to the android-bearing Samsung devices, the Gear S2 does not run on Android Wear technology. Instead, it uses Samsung's very own OS Tizen, a light operating system that allows the AMOLED screen to light up only the needed pixels depending on operation. And because it is not using the Android OS, having iPhone support is plausible.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Premium Edition To Feature 4K Display And 14-Core GPU: Rumor

Samsung has just officially unveiled the Exynos 8890, which is the company's latest and most advanced chipset. The Exynos 8890 is expected to power the two variants of the Galaxy S7 that is expected to be released next year, which would be the next flagship smartphones of the company after the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.

CashKaro receives Rs 25 crore in series A funding from Kalaari Capital

Online cashback and coupons site CashKaro has scored its latest batch of funding – Rs 25 crore (approximately $3.8 million) in a series A round from Bengaluru-based Kalaari Capital, marking the first time a local VC firm has invested in a cashback-oriented start-up.

The vote of confidence from Kalaari is promising – it has previously invested in Snapdeal and UrbanLadder – and also indicates a unique aspect of India’s tech market. While group-buying sites, most notably Groupon, have been in a slump since 2011, markets like India and China have been working well with online coupons.

How Tech Companies Are Showing Support For France

This is one Friday the 13th that the world and especially Paris would not want to recollect too often. If you have been following the news then you might know that about eight extremists launched attacks on Paris and have left about 132 people dead. It is being said that this is the worst attack to hit France since the World War II.

Quite a few tech companies such as Airbnb, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Reddit have expressed solidarity for France and trying to do their bit in helping the rescue missions.


Meet Sridhar who ensures your shopping reaches you on time, even in villages

Every time you make a purchase online, you probably can't wait for the item to arrive at your doorstep. A day's delay and you're annoyed, twiddling your thumbs and wondering why your package hasn't arrived. Working behind the scenes to ensure that your delivery reaches you in the nick of time, is Connect India, a last mile distribution service provider.

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Factory Reset Protection On Stolen Samsung Smartphones Can Be Bypassed In Minutes

If you thought that the Factory Reset Protection option on your stolen Samsung smartphone safeguarded your data, then think again. Thanks to a flaw in Samsung phones, the security feature can be bypassed easily – in a matter of minutes!
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New strain of Android malware is 'virtually impossible' to remove

Do you remember the bad old days of computer viruses so invasive that it was easier to nuke your software and start over than fix the problem? They're back... in mobile form. Lookout has noticed a trend toward Android malware that masquerades as a popular app, but quietly gets root-level access to your phone and buries itself deep in the operating system.

Google Seeks More Control Over Android Phone Chips: Report

Google doesn’t want to sit around while its Android ecosystem becomes ever more fragmented. It’s apparently looking at ways to exert more control, Apple-style, of Android smartphones by having a say in the creation of their processors.

What the BlackBerry Priv means for Android security

The new BlackBerry Priv comes at a crucial time for both BlackBerry and Android at large. It's BlackBerry's first-ever Android phone, and the first major device since the Passport, a major bet for a company that's struggled to stay relevant. At the same time, Android is pushing manufacturers and carriers toward a more aggressive patch schedule, hoping to tighten security across the ecosystem. The Priv looks to solve both problems at once, offering a more secure Android phone that can resuscitate BlackBerry and lead the way for the Android phones across the board.

Add a mutual fund to Amazon cart? You have Sebi’s support

Sebi plans to allow online marketplaces such as Flipkart and to offer mutual funds alongside other products, said chairman U.K. Sinha.New York/Mumbai: Indians are estimated to spend about $9 billion this year shopping online for everything from smartphones to cupcakes. The nation’s stock market regulator wants them to add another product to their shopping cart: mutual funds.

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