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Microsoft resets Windows Phone to reach lower cost markets

Monday, February 24, 2014 | More »

Microsoft Corp is pushing to reach a far wider audience for smartphones running its Windows Phone software by turning to cheaper chipsets and easing restrictions on how phone makers use its software to encourage them to drive down costs. Nick Parker, Microsoft’s senior vice president for hands...


LG’s G Flex phablet with curved display available online for a whopping Rs 69,490; is it worth a buy?

Unveiled in Oct last year, LG Electronics’ G Flex phablet- the first device from the company to sport a curved display- is now available for purchase online for Rs 69,490. While the company is yet to officially launch the device, it is available on a number of e-commerce stores as of now. Whil...

3 February, 2014 | More »


How metamaterials could change the world and even allow invisibility cloaks

A new way of assembling things, called metamaterials, may in the not too distant future help to protect a building from earthquakes by bending seismic waves around it. Similarly, tsunami waves could be bent around towns, and soundwaves bent around a room to make it soundproof. While the holy grail o...

27 December, 2013 | More »


LG unveils G Flex phablet, comes with 6 inch curved display and 4G LTE

After launching its latest flagship smartphone called LG G2 last month, LG Electronics has now unveiled the G Flex phablet. The device further expands LG’s premium G series, and is the first phablet from the company to sport a curved display. The phablet also sports new user experience (UX) featur...

28 October, 2013 | More »


HP sells webOS operating system to LG Electronics

Hewlett-Packard Co said on Monday it will sell the webOS operating system to South Korea’s LG Electronics Inc, unloading the smartphone software it acquired through a $1.2 billion acquisition of Palm in 2010. LG will use the operating software, used in now-defunct Palm smartphones years ago, ...

26 February, 2013 | More »