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Milagrow announces three dual SIM Android calling tablets

Milagrow’s M2Pro series consists of three Android 4.2 Jelly Bean tablet models starting at a priced of Rs 8,990.

Skullcandy unveils ‘exclusive for women’ headphones, earbuds in India, starting at Rs 2,299

Fine-tuned, and engineered for Women, the line is complimented by premium fabrics and materialization.

How to get rid of Android customizations on any phone without root

From Samsung to Gionee, most manufacturers like to customise the interface.

Xiaomi launches Mi 3 in India at Rs 13,999

Pre-registration for Xiaomi Mi 3 is open on Flipkart; only registered clients can get phone on…

At Rs 5,995, Casio unveils headphones designed for music lovers

The new XW H1/2/3 range of headphones H1/2/3 have balanced, clear sound with nothing added and nothing left out.

At 8,490, Wickedleak launches affordable octacore water proof smartphone

Wickedleak launches Wammy Neo Youth with MTK6592 Octacore processor, 1GB RAM, 13 Megapixel Camera with LED Flash.

HP goes trendy with colourful Pavilion notebooks, prices start at Rs 39,990

‘We definitely expect an increase in our market share with the new trendy range of notebooks’

At Rs 3696, Maxx Mobile launches affordable AX356 GenxDroid7 smartphone for beginners

The Maxx GenxDroid7 AX356 is a dual-SIM smartphone that runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box.

Garmin reignites the PND-market with 2014 portfolio

Garmin three PNDs — nüvi 55LM, nüvi 65LM, and nüvi 2567LM are priced at Rs. 10,990, Rs. 14,990,

Flipkart helps Karbonn launch world’s most affordable smartphones at Rs 2,699

Karbonn smartphone series in this price range is supported by Android Jelly Bean and KitKat OS.

Videocon launches feature phone ‘VPhone Grande’ at Rs 1,950

VPhone Grande features a large 2.8” screen for an immersive multimedia experience.

The top 8 FIFA World Cup apps for your smartphone

These apps give live scores, video highlights, match stats and social media trends on your mobile device.

Computex 2014: From smart shirts to watches, Intel wants to give a boost to wearables

The chipmaker has established a new division to explore this “tremendous market opportunity”

Indian Android phone or international brands? Let us help you select

There is a general notion that with an international brand, you will get better after-sales support than with a local brand.

Google building self-driving cars with no driver seat, steering wheels

The driverless cars are currently limited to a maximum speed of 25 miles (40 km) an hour.