Gadgets

Sony Reader PRS-T1 Leaked Yet Again; Shows Up with Multi-touch Display and Stylus

August 30, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony may be yet to announce their new Reader PRS-T1, but it has been caught in the wild many a time. An FCC appearance too happened in between. We now have another leak, and this one shows us an image as well. Dutch retailer Bol seems to have accidentally put up more of the details […]

LG Handsets for Second-Half of 2011 Leaked

July 23, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG has had a good run this year with the release of their Optimus 2X, Black and 3D handsets. Following these, we hear, the company is going to release a few more smartphones for the second half of 2011. One of the phones is likely to be inspired by Prada. The name is LG Prada […]

Sony eReader to Hit Markets in August

July 15, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We heard, over the past few weeks, Amazon and Barnes & Noble are putting up their e-readers out front. Joining the fray is the Japanese consumer electronics giant. Sony is out to heat up the US biblio market with an upgraded Sony e-Reader. The company is planning to unveil their products before their tablet PCs, […]

Apple iPhone 5 and iPad HD Gearing up For Release

July 8, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A few days back we had informed of you about Apple’s plans of releasing the iPhone 5 somewhere around fall. Cupertino had reportedly placed orders with suppliers in China, and there were rumors of the upcoming device being thinner and lighter than its predecessor. There was also news about another new phone Apple was likely […]

Barnes & Noble Offers 30 Free eBooks if You Want to Switch to Nook

July 2, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Book worms are in for a treat. Barnes & Noble has put up an offer you would simply find hard to ignore. They have put under the hammer $315 worth of e-books to prospective buyers of its Nook e-reader. The offer has commenced on July 1st, and you can take your e-reader (doesn’t matter what […]

Barnes & Noble’s Nook e-reader Sets Sail Earlier than Expected

June 2, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Last week, Barnes & Nobles had revealed their all-new Nook e-reader. Just after the wraps went off, pre-order kicked off and has been getting massive response. The company had scheduled June 10 as the shipping date of the product. But, as of now, it looks like Barnes & Noble has already started shipping the all-new […]

Barnes & Noble Nook WiFi eReader Passes Through FCC Gates; Up for Pre-order Now

May 27, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Some time ago, we all saw the unveiling of Barnes and Noble’s new touchscreen Nook eReader and now its time for something more on that terrain. FCC has officially approved the Nook eBook reader for its WiFi capabilities. FCC filings refer the Nook as the BNRV300, but all detailing stops there. There is no mention […]

Amazon’s Ad-Supported Kindle Tops Best-Selling List; People Don’t Really Hate Adverts!

May 14, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here is a punch to all those who believe that the public generally hate advertisements! As per Amazon’s best-selling list, the WiFi-only Kindle version supported by advertising and special offers is the best-selling variant of the Kindle right now. This makes us believe that people don’t actually hate advertisements popping up – in fact some […]

Apple iPod Nano Next-Gen Variant Sports a Rear Camera!

May 11, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

In case you have been tracking news of the successive Apple iPods that arrived in our midst, you might be well aware that the Cupertino major has brought exciting additions in every iteration of the device. The latest on that front is that the upcoming variant would include a rear facing camera. Earlier, we had […]

Motorola Wants 1000 Bravo Owners to Test Froyo Update Prior to Release

April 9, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Well, here is an opportunity for all you Moto fans to try out something exciting. If you are one of those many out there who own a Bravo handset, Motorola wants you to test the next software update before its release. The testing is aimed at making sure there are no unexpected bugs. The much-sought […]

Android Software Keyboard Options

April 7, 2011, By Christian Cawley

Unless you have an Android device with a hardware keyboard, you probably enter text via the software keyboard. This might be the typical Android default option or one provided by your phone’s manufacturer or network provider. Different types of screen can be found on Android handsets – some have resistive touch screens which can make […]

AT&T Confirms One-Year Contracts, but Prices Up

April 5, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Well, it could sound like a cliche if we tell you how much a new device costs with a ‘two year’ contract when it hits a particular network for the first time. It seems like we will be able to start changing the sentence. At least, when it is about AT&T. In a move that […]

iPod Nano 7 Likely to Bring Camera Back, Leaked Image of Case Suggests So

April 4, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We know many of you were disappointed with the shift in the form factor of iPod nano in its latest update. The major reason  could be that the camera just disappeared. However, certain leaked images suggest that Apple might retain the camera in the upcoming seventh generation iPod nano. Based on the information available from […]

T-Mobile Sidekick Promo Video Out; Specs & Features Detailed

March 18, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not long ago, we had told you about how rejuvenated an avatar the Sidekick is coming with. Post all those press briefings and info that came about via insiders, the T-Mobile Sidekick is now before us in the form a promo video, anchored by none other than the person who knows the device very well. […]

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