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HTC Desire 828 Dual SIM Reportedly Gets 3GB RAM, 32GB Storage Variant in India

HTC’s mid-range Desire 828 Dual SIM is said to have received a memory and storage bump in the form of a new variant, according to an established Mumbai-based retailer. Mahesh Telecom has claimed that the HTC Desire 828 Dual SIM with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage is now available to buy in India at a price of Rs.19,990. ... Read More »

OnePlus One Gets Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow With Cyanogen OS 13 Update

Last week Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the OnePlus One smartphone was in its ‘Final Testing Stage’. However, the Chinese tech firm has finally started seeding the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to the handsets in the form of the latest build of its commercial OS – Cyanogen OS 13 (CM13S). OnePlus on its forum Friday announced that an Android 6.0.1 ... Read More »

BlackBerry Priv ‘Secure’ Android Smartphone Gets Permanent Price Cut

BlackBerry on Tuesday announced price revision for the Priv Android slider smartphone which will now retail at $649 (approximately Rs. 43,000), down $50 from the launch price. Prior to this, the BlackBerry Priv was priced at $699 in the US. We can expect the Canadian company to make an announcement for the Indian market shortly. In the meanwhile, the BlackBerry ... Read More »

Honda Dream Neo Gets New Colours and Graphics; Priced at 49,070

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) has launched an upgraded 2016 version of its 110cc motorcycle, the Honda Dream Neo. First launched in 2013, the Honda Dream Neo facelift gets a few cosmetic upgrades, but the price has been kept the same at 49,070 (ex-showroom Delhi). The refreshed Dream Neo gets new graphics and three new colours – black with ... Read More »

BlackBerry Priv ‘Secure’ Android Smartphone Gets Permanent Price Cut

BlackBerry on Tuesday announced price revision for the Priv Android slider smartphone which will now retail at $649 (approximately Rs. 43,000), down $50 from the launch price. Prior to this, the BlackBerry Priv was priced at $699 in the US. We can expect the Canadian company to make an announcement for the Indian market shortly. In the meanwhile, the BlackBerry ... Read More »

OnePlus 2 Gets Near Final Build of OxygenOS 3.0 Based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow

OnePlus earlier this month started soak testing an OxygenOS 3.0 update based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Now, ahead of the official release, the company has made available the final ‘community build’ for OxygenOS 3.0 that users can flash onto their devices. The company says it wants the community’s help to make sure it works our “any remaining kinks” before the ... Read More »

Apple Music Gets Remixes and Mash-Ups With Dubset Partnership

Apple is bringing remixes, mash-ups, and DJ mixes to its Apple Music streaming service, thanks to its new partnership with Dubset Media Holdings. Such collections were largely missing from the platform due to copyright issues. As The Verge points out, mixes and mash-ups have largely been uninvited to music streaming services because of a tedious amount of work that is ... Read More »

Line Gets Group Voice Calling for Up to 200 Users

Line Corporation, better known for its instant messaging application Line, has rolled out group voice calling to its Android and iOS apps (with v5.11), and desktop app for Windows (with v4.5). Although one-on-one video and voice calling have been there in the Line app for some time, the update now lets users voice call more than one person at a ... Read More »

Skype Co-Founder’s Ultra-Private Messaging App ‘Wire’ Gets Video Calling

A group of former Skype technologists, backed by the co-founder of the messaging platform, has introduced a new version of its own messaging service that promises end-to-end encryption for all conversations, including by video. Wire, a 50-person startup mostly made up of engineers, is stepping into a global political debate over encryption that pits privacy against security advocates, epitomised by ... Read More »

UC Browser Gets UC Cricket Content Powered by Microsoft, Twitter

UC Web, best known for its UC Browser app for Android phones, has tied up with micro-blogging site Twitter and tech giant Microsoft’s search engine Bing to provide a mobile gateway to live content ahead of the busy cricket season in the country. Called UC Cricket, the new cricket content aggregation platform in UC Browser is designed to provide cricket ... Read More »