Dancewithshadows readers, beware of installing any Android apps from non-market sources. A trojan, Geinimi, is attacking Android phones, stealing information and uploading it to remote servers.
Samsung has launched new camera in its successful NX family ahead of the CES 2011. Samsung NX 11 promises high quality images with its i-Function Lens. Samsung NX 11 is expected to hit the U.S. markets by February 2011 with a price tag of $649.
India, with its 706.69 million mobile phone subscribers, has become a battle ground for handset manufacturers.
Toshiba is set to unveil its AMD powered netbook NB550D at the CES 2011 at Las Vegas next week, and may launch during Q1 of 2011. The price tag of Toshiba NB550D is not yet known.
Not everyone would want to buy a GSM+CDMA dual SIM phone, but if your needs lie that way, these are the cheapest ones you can find in the Indian mobile phone market.
The pan-India integrated telecom service provider Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited has pepped up the festive mood by slashing 3G data plan costs. But there is a flip side too: It has withdrawn discount on calls and text messages on Dec. 31, 2010, and Jan. 1, 2011.
iPad 2 will come in three versions, and might ship 65 million units
Onida, which touts itself for manufacturing “fully-loaded” mobiles, has launched dual SIM mobile phone – Onida G505 – that may be priced at an entry level of about Rs. 1,500 to Rs. 3,500.
Google Android OS has become the most talked about technology in town. With every new version of Android, Google brings in more features and excitement for its users. Android 2.3 Gingerbread has not yet hit the markets, and people have already started talking about its next version – Honeycomb. So, what’s next?
Asus is set to launch laptops powered by Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors. The flagship gaming rig Asus G73SW, its smaller version G53SW, and laptops from Asus N53SV and N73SV series are likely to be unveiled at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas.