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iBall Andi Avonte5 has an 8MP rotating camera and costs Rs 5,999


iBall has launched what is argualy the most affordable smartphone with a rotating camera. The iBall Andi Avonte5 has a 8MP camera that can rotate 180 degrees and comes with Auto Focus and dual-LED flash. 47 more words

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Pushbullet, the ultimate cross-platform app, is now a messenger as well

The world doesn’t need yet another messaging app. You already have WhatsApp, Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, and a litany of others to choose from, so anyone else trying to get involved in this field must have something unique to offer. 369 more words

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No WhatsApp for NLD or local calls, says DoT

A department of telecommunications-appointed committee on net neutrality has recommended that apps of over-the-top (OTT) players like Skype, WhatsApp and Viber can continue to be used for making international calls or for messaging, but they will have to be licensed when they are used for making either local or national long distance (NLD) calls. 735 more words

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Bold rumour claims Microsoft will kill off Windows Phone

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recently stated that the company must make some difficult decisions; reports claim that killing off Windows Phone will be one of them. 145 more words

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More Kudos for THE SCULPTOR!

The 82 members of the French Association of Graphic Novel Critics and Journalists (ACBD) have chosen THE SCULPTOR for inclusion in their selection of not-to-be-missed titles from among the books published in France since last November.



'Smart Shoe' Devices Could Charge Up as You Walk

  The next generation of wearables could be powered by an unlikely energy source: you. Two new devices that fit inside the sole of your shoe can harvest energy from your movements as you walk or run, and then use that energy to power sensors and other electronics. 614 more words

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New Intel Processors Make Waves at 2015 Consumer Electronics Show

New brains for computing devices are at the center of many big announcements at world’s largest consumer electronics show.

The “badass brains” that will power your next PC. 667 more words

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