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Launchpad: Sony Xperia Tablet Z, Galaxy Mega

Sony Xperia Tablet Z The Xperia Tablet Z has a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels and the screen is shatter-proof. It comes with a quad-core Qualcomm processor and runs on Android Jelly Bean (4.1.2), with 16 GB internal memory (expandable by 64 GB). The tablet is sleek with a thickness of 6.9 mm and light (495 g). ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S4 shipments to reach 80 million in 2013: Analyst

Samsung Galaxy S4 has achieved the feat of being Samsung’s fastest selling smartphone clocking 10 million shipments since its launch in April. However, it looks like the Korean major’s flagship smartphone is expected to break new records, selling 80 million units this year, as per an analyst. In a research note (via BGR) to clients, RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark ... Read More »

Samsung gets busier in Indian smartphone marketplace

Samsung India has aggressively opened its smartphone floodgates with almost five launches in the last six months. Its latest introduction now ensures that the company’s smartphone portfolio ranges from the minimum 3.5 inches in screen size to 6.3 inches. The company, which has 47 per cent market share in the domestic smartphone segment, is facing growing competition from local players ... Read More »

BlackBerry announces EMI scheme for Z10, Curve 9220; Rs. 999 a year plan for Idea customers

BlackBerry has announced the introduction of new EMI schemes for its flagship BlackBerry Z10 smartphone and its entry-level offering, the BlackBerry Curve 9220. Customers can now buy the BlackBerry Z10 or BlackBerry Curve 9220 via their credit cards offered by select banks over EMI. The EMI for the BlackBerry Z10 (Review | Pictures) is Rs. 4,799 per month for 9 ... Read More »

Motorola’s bid to block Xbox imports rejected by US trade panel

The US International Trade Commission sided with Microsoft on Thursday in a patent dispute with Google-owned Motorola Mobility that could have gotten Xbox 360 videogame consoles banned from import. “The investigation is terminated,” the ITC said in a notice announcing it was rejecting a Motorola Mobility patent complaint dating back to late 2010. Motorola Mobility had argued that Xbox 360 ... Read More »