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BlackBerry Passport review: Good communicator if you can overlook flaws, price

The Passport is yet another attempt by BlackBerry to get back into the reckoning as the maker of premium, productivity-focused communication devices targeting the high-end segment. 2,728 more words

Mobile Phones

Philips launches Xenium X2566 phone for senior citizens at Rs 3,800

NEW DELHI: Philips Mobile today launched a new feature phone for senior citizens featuring a large font size, long battery life and SOS function, priced at Rs 3,800. 298 more words

Pcs, Laptops & Mobiles

Why we keep a landline

  1. We have never dropped our land line-based cordless phone (or the corded one) into the sink–or the toilet.
  2. We have never left our land-line cordless phone someplace else where we couldn’t easily find it by looking for, or paging, it.
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Social Issues

Privacy: The play that wants audience selfies

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Theatre-goers are usually implored to switch off their mobiles. But a new play, Privacy, not only wants your smartphone left on – it gives it a starring role.

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Apple's iPhone 'lock-out’ patent could end texting while driving

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Three in 10 of all drivers admitting sending or reading messages while driving, according to research by Brake and insurance company Direct Line.

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Google roundup: Android Lollipop, Nexus 6 phone, Nexus 9 tablet and Nexus Play streamer

With less than 24 hours left until Apple’s “It’s been way too long” iPad and Mac media event, the Internet giant Google in a pre-emptive strike Wednesday officially unveiled the next major version of its mobile operating system, Android 5.0, along with the newest Nexus-branded hardware devices: a Motorola-made smartphone, a HTC-made tablet and an Asus-built game console and media streamer. 929 more words

Google News

10 Shameful Texting Habits Translated to the Truth

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The ability to lie via text is just too easy — or so you thought.

Despite the amazing conveniences of sending a quick note through your phone, it’s turning us into awful, dishonest people.

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