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Apple reports strong iPhone sales, but iPad numbers are down

iPhones sales stood at 43.7 million units - an increase of 17 percent from last year - but iPad sales fell 16 percent.

Facebook profits triple as mobile soars

Facebook advertising revenues were up to $2.27 billion in the shift from personal computers.

DGCA permits use of electronics during take-off, landing

Passengers will be allowed to use electronics in 'flight mode', a common term for non-transmitting mode.

Xiaomi to enter India smartphone market

Xiaomi has confirmed that it will be expanding to 10 new countries, including Malaysia, Russia, and Brazil, in 2014.

WhatsApp claims over 500 million active users

The instant messaging app said that India was its largest market, with 48 million active users.

5.5-inch iPhone 6 reportedly delayed due to supply constraints

A new report hints that Apple's rumoured 5.5-inch iPhone 6 variant is delayed due to battery supply issues.

Trai to soon mandate minimum mobile Internet speed

At present, there is no binding regulation on telecom operators to deliver wireless service at a particular minimum speed.

OnePlus One with 3GB RAM and Snapdragon 801 launched

OnePlus' much-anticipated One smartphone is now official, with pricing starting $299 for the 16GB version.

'Unflod' malware stealing credentials of jailbroken iPhones

The bug reportedly impacts only 32-bit version running jailbroken iOS devices.

Windows 8.2 due in autumn, Windows 9 in pipeline: Report

A Russian pirate group has tipped some features of the alleged upcoming versions of Windows.

Apple's Earth Day ad asks others to copy its green ways

Released in the UK on Earth Day, the advertisement says "There are some ideas we want every company to copy."

Samsung Galaxy S5 'Prime' said to sport Exynos, Intel variants

The 'Prime' variant may reportedly also feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset in some regions.

Facebook-like Twitter profile pages rolled-out to all users

The social network's profile redesign is said to be an attempt to revitalise the service's slowing user growth.

Micromax now manufacturing mobile phones in Uttarakhand

Micromax is producing tablets being sold in India at the facility, but mobile production is at an initial stage.

Kashmir chamber sends legal notice to Idea over ad

According to the Kashmir Chamber of Commerce, the ad by Idea Cellular on Pashmina shawls is wrong and misleading.

Amazon smartphone said to feature tilt gestures

Amazon's much-anticipated smartphone is said to run a highly-customized Android OS with tilt gesture support.

Purported LG G3 screenshots flaunt 'flat' UI on QHD display

The overall design of the revamped user interface, said to be running over Android KitKat OS, seems appealing.

Lytro Illum 'living picture' light-field camera launched

Like the previous iteration, the new light-field camera lets users refocus images after they have been clicked.

iOS 7.1.1 update now available for download

iOS 7.1.1 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch is now available as a free download OTA on iOS 7 devices, and via iTunes.

Google to start featuring app-install ads on Android

The new advertising feature helps Google bridge the gap between the public Web and standalone mobile apps.

Apple opens OS X betas to all users

The OS X Beta Seed Program provides pre-release access to OS X builds, previously only for registered Mac developers.

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Lava Iris Pro 20 review

Sandwiched between the popular Moto G and capable Lava Iris Pro 30, it faces a daunting task to prove its mettle.

Samsung Gear Fit review

Samsung's fusion of smartwatch and health band is a result of the company's new focus on health and fitness.

Sony Xperia T2 Ultra Dual review

The younger sibling of the Xperia Z Ultra, the T2 Ultra is a mid-range phablet which faces stiff competition.

Samsung Galaxy S5 review

Samsung's new flagship, while being an improvement over its predecessor, is hard to get excited over.

JBL Voyager: A niche within a niche

The JBL Voyager faces an identity crisis with its unique design. The question we are asking is - does it impress us with the sound quality?

Skullcandy Hesh 2 review

This pair of headphones has some impressive specifications on paper. We try to find out if it's really that good, or if it's all pizzaz without real jazz.

Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 review

Windows Phone 8.1 has tools to simplify connecting to Wi-Fi hotspots, save battery life and block non-emergency calls overnight.

Kingston DataTraveler microDuo review

This two-in-one USB pen drive can be plugged into PCs as well as tablets and smartphones which support USB-OTG.

Asus Fonepad 7 Dual SIM tablet: First impressions

Asus has a new strategy to capture the tablet market with its all new Fonepad 7 Dual SIM, but is it too little, too late?

LG G Flex review

With this curved smartphone, LG aims to show the world tomorrow's tech today. We try to find out if it succeeds with this effort or not.

Acer Iconia W4 review

This diminutive tablet is actually a full-fledged Windows 8.1 PC. Does it have enough power to make you throw away your iPad and netbook?

Phonejoy review

This Bluetooth controller can turn your Android phone into a gaming console, and it also works with iOS and PC.

HP Slate6 VoiceTab review

The decidedly mid-range six-inch phablet tries to compete with heavyweights in its price range.

Gionee Elife E7 review

The phone offers top-end specs at a decent price. Has Gionee cut any corners, or is it really that good value for money?

Consolidate Dropbox, Google Drive, and other cloud storage

This app makes managing cloud storage fast and easy to use. Is it worth paying for?

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo review

Touting a hexa-core processor and a slimmer profile, the younger sibling of the Galaxy Note 3 tries to create a niche of its own.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier review

One of the grittiest Marvel movies so far, Winter Soldier feels like a Cold War thriller, but does the re-invention of Captain America work?

Nokia X Dual SIM review

Can Nokia's customised Android fork give it a boost in the budget smartphone segment, or is it too little too late?

Gionee Elife S5.5: First impressions

We took the 'world's slimmest smartphone' out for a spin at its launch event in Goa. Here are our first impressions.

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