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Oppo To Soon Start Selling Officially in India

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Oppo-N1-Smartphone-image-1-790x526You asked for it and now you have it! Oppo has answered the request of millions of Indian fans to finally setup an operating department in India.

Oppo, a chinese manufacturer of mobile phones has brought some exceptionally built Android Smartphones like the Find 5 and N1. A Forum post by an Indian was answered by a representative, Adam:

We’re in the process of setting up a local branch in India to provide our Ofans with support in OPPO stores and make their brand experience even better. Stay tuned for an official announcement coming soon!

If you’re unaware, Oppo N1 is the company’s long awaited latest offering – with a 1920 x 1080p display and a 3160 mAh Battery. The N1 also has a touch sensitive back panel and a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset with a 1.7 Ghz Quad Core CPU.

The Oppo N1 is expected to launch in India at Rs. 35,900.


Written by Chintan Vithlani

November 24th, 2013 at 10:46 am

Google Will Pay $17 Million due to unauthorized tracking in Apple’s Browser.

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xGoogle-logo2.jpg.pagespeed.ic.80r4pKhOYoGoogle has agreed to pay a hefty $17 Million for unauthorized tracking of  software on Apple’s safari web browser. New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced the agreement on Google’s “unauthorized placement of cookies on computers using Apple Safari Web browsers during 2011 and 2012.

A Google spokesperson confirmed the agreement and said in a statement: “We work hard to get privacy right at Google and have taken steps to remove the ad cookies, which collected no personal information, from Apple’s browsers. We’re pleased to have worked with the state attorneys general to reach this agreement.”


Google has agreed and acknowledged the issue saying that they respect user security and would keep a better check on such activities.

Written by Chintan Vithlani

November 19th, 2013 at 3:05 pm

Microsoft announces Surface 2 line; better, but by no means an iPad killer

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Microsoft today finally announced their second generation Surface and Surface Pro Windows-powered tablets, which are by no means iPad competitors, instead alternatives similar to the popular Nexus line.

The Surface 2, successor to the Surface RT, runs on Windows RT 8.1 and comes with a 10.6-inch FHD display, a 1.7GHz quad core Tegra 4 SoC, 2GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB of expandable storage, USB 3.0 capabilities, a 5MP rear snapper, 25% more battery life than its predecessor as well as being built out of Magnesium and coming with Office RT pre-installed. It will start at $449 for the 32GB model.

The Surface Pro 2, succeeds the Surface Pro, running on Windows 8.1 Pro, this powerhouse packs a 10.6-inch FHD display, a 1.6GHz dual core Core i5 processor with either 4GB or 8GB of RAM, between 64GB and 512GB of expandable storage, USB 3.0 support and loads more. The Surface Pro will start retailing at $899 for the 64GB model with 4GB of RAM. Dedicated accessories include a desktop docking station.

Both tablets will come with 200GB of SkyDrive cloud storage for a period of 2 years as well as free international and WiFi calling via Skype for a period of one year. Neither of which are bad deals. It seems that Microsoft is taking a stab at Google’s Chromebook market instead of the Apple iPads, which may pay off since the next generation of iPads are rumoured to launch sometime in October. The two new Surface tablets go on sale on October 22.

Do you think Microsoft’s second try will not be a complete failure as their firsts or does Redmond have what it takes to give it the marketshare it so desperately wants?

Written by Dion Guillaume

September 23rd, 2013 at 2:50 pm

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Another Apple patent sheds more light on supposed iWatch with iCloud

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Scrolling through recent patents from the Cupertino giant, I came across an interesting one; a patent describing a secondary wearable device that connects to your primary device to process voice commands and access a wide range of services. What makes it interesting is the mention of it being a wrist watch.

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March 23rd, 2013 at 7:10 am

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Google tipped off EU about Microsoft antitrust conerns

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As competition between Google and Microsoft escalates, both parties seem to be resorting to dirty tricks to disadvantage the other.

Earlier this week Microsoft was fined close to a billion dollars by European authorities due to antitrust concerns, and according to the Financial Times Google was the one that tipped the EU off about Microsoft’s activities. The European Commission is punishing Microsoft for supposedly bullying consumers by not offering them a choice between their browser and those of competitors.

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March 8th, 2013 at 6:04 pm

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