Abhishek eats, drinks, sleeps gadgets. Everything consumer electronics interests him. Having bought every major smartphone out there, he has been taken up writing as a part time activity while pursuing his studies. Smartphones and tablets are his keen interest areas. If its any of these two, he is there to cover about it.
Galaxy S4 is now available through various carriers the world over and with the sim-free version of the phone to be available starting June 26, Samsung seems to be confident enough to boast of sales in tune of 10 million units by next week.
Raspberry Pi’s camera module is out of the tuning phase and is available for order from one of the distributors and will be available from the other very soon the Raspberry Pi Foundation has revealed.
Nokia has unveiled the latest in its Asha range of smartphones – Asha 501 and has pitched it in the low to medium price smartphone segment with a sub-$100 price tag.
Android based gaming console and one of the most successful projects on Kickstarter, Ouya, has been delayed and will now launch on June 25, the company has revealed.
World's leading supercomputer manufacturing company Cray has lowered the bar when it comes to supercomputer pricing by releasing the XC30-AC with a price tag of just $500,000.
Following weeks of speculations, leaks and rumours Nokia has finally confirmed the existence of its next flagship Windows Phone device – the Lumia 928.
Intel has introduced its next-generation microarchitecture platform dubbed Silvemont, which is being touted as the new low-power System-on-Chip (SoC).
Cyanogenmod seems to have taken a stance regarding Samsung’s flagship smartphone – the Galaxy S4, by releasing nightly builds for the Canadian and T-Mobile versions.