Around Rs 7,000 cheaper, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo emerges as the poor man’s Note 3
Blackberry statement is an obvious reaction to a report in the Wall Stree Journal, which said White House was testing LG and Samsung phones.
Priced at Rs 27,999, this is not even remotely close to the giant-killing Maximus whom we know from the film Gladiator
Atom Supremus is good if you're okay using a screen guard and want a budget smartphone for the best music experience
Sony Xperia Z1 Compact is smaller than your typical Android phone, but it performs just as well.
The Spice Mi451 is a strong contender in the entry level segment
The offers initially will be available Micromax phones MMX 377G, Funbook Mini 410i, A090 and X070.
Gionee Elife E7 has a fast processor and a great camera, all packed inside a neat unibody design
More variants are coming in April, among them the wood finish modesl
Karbonn mobile phones are the first by Indian manufacturers to run Android's Kit Kat version.
The 6-inch phone has a 13MP camera and a smart camera system that allows developers to create camera add-ons to improve functionality,
WeChat claims to be the fastest growing social media platform with a 379 per cent increase in users
In India, the 4th gen iPad is priced at Rs 27,999.
The Moto X will be available exclusively on the website with a bunch of deals
This is undoubtedly among the cheapest 3G phablets you can buy in India
Not the best laptop, Not the best tablet, but the most convenient device a travelling professional can have in the suitcase.
Oppo N1: Five things that make this a different Android experience
Lava and Karbonn are set to launch mid-range, Windows-based smartphones priced in the range of Rs 6k-12k.
The Asus Transformer Book T100 is the most convenient option for the on-the-go executives
The Apple iOS 7.1 is a upgrade you can go for, but you won't regret if you give this a miss
The light-bending silicon chip from Caltech researchers acts as a lens-free projector and could one day end up in your cell phone.
MIlagrow TabTop PC will be priced at Rs 25,990, but will be available for a weeklong launch price of Rs 19,999.
The Idea ULTRA II is priced Rs 12,500, while the Idea !d 1000 will cost Rs 5,400
There is no dearth of Android phones in the market, but the Nokia X is definitely going to grab eyeballs.
Nokia X, which will be available starting today, gives users access to Android apps from Nokia Store.