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Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC to Come ‘Into Focus’ at CES 2017

Qualcomm in November announced the Snapdragon 835, its newest flagship SoC for mobile devices. The Snapdragon 835 chip will be manufactured by Samsung on a 10nm FinFET process. Qualcomm did not provide a lot of detail during its November announcement, which is why the company will head over to CES 2017 where it will put the Snapdragon 835 “into focus,” ... Read More »

Star Wars Smartphones Are Flying Into Japan This December

With Rogue One nearing release, there are bound to be brand tie-ups around the world. In Japan, telecommunications giant SoftBank Corp is launching a pair of Star Wars themed phones, one for each side of the Force. The decision of which variant to buy will also affect your colour choice, so you may want to look at it from that ... Read More »

Google Won’t Build an Ad-Blocker Into Chrome, Wants to Fix Ads Instead

  At the Chrome Dev Summit 2016, where it was revealed that the popular Web browser now has 2 billion active users, Google also shared its stand on ad-blocking, and it should come as no surprise. Google’s primary revenue source is ads, and its approach is to fix what’s wrong with ads instead of putting them off the table entirely ... Read More »

Apple Teams With Deloitte to Push Deeper Into Work

Apple on Wednesday announced an alliance with professional services group Deloitte to get more businesses using iPhones and iPads as workplace tools. Deloitte is creating an Apple practice with more than 5,000 strategic advisors devoted to helping businesses adopt new work styles using the California technology giant’s mobile devices and software, the companies said in a joint release. “iPhone and ... Read More »

iPhone 7 Users Fooled Into Drilling a 3.5mm Headphone Jack by Viral Prank Video

  The Internet is an extremely powerful tool that can be used for spreading messages of kindness as well as hate. Also, it can sometimes make people do foolish things. In another instance where common sense seems to have failed miserably, a viral prank video on YouTube made certain people believe that 3.5mm audio jack can be drilled into an ... Read More »

Foreign Investors Pour Rs 9,700 Crore Into Capital Markets This Month

New Delhi: Foreign investors have brought in over Rs 9,700 crore into the Indian capital markets in the first two weeks of this month on improving prospects for the economy and hopes of better corporate earnings. Interestingly, most of the incoming investments are in the debt markets during the period under review. The investment in July is followed by an ... Read More »

Shriram EPC Surges 16% On Plan to Convert Debt Into Equity

Shriram EPC approved plan to convert working capital loan into equity shares (Representational image) Shares of Shriram EPC surged as much as 16 per cent to Rs 29.60 today after the company’s board approved the conversion of Rs 1,280 crore working capital loan into equity shares as part of corporate debt restructuring package. The board of the Chennai-based firm, which ... Read More »

Greaves Cotton Surges On Foray Into Spare Parts Business

Shares of engineering firm Greaves Cotton jumped as much as 8 per cent to hit intraday high of Rs 149 after the company announced foray into multi-brand spare parts business. Greaves Cotton is into the business of manufacturing of petrol/diesel engines, farm equipment and gensets. The company said the size of the spare part market that it wants to address ... Read More »

Micromax Plans to go into China’s phone market subsequent yr

Micromax Plans to Enter China’s Smartphone Market Next Year Indian domestic handset manufacturer Micromax has plans to enter the Chinese smartphone market next year, Co-Founder Vikas Jain confirmed. Speaking at the Rise technology conference in Hong Kong, Jain also hinted that it may go public in two years which will help Micromax raise money for adding various services to its ... Read More »

US FTC searching Into Google aspect on Android: document

america is calling into whether or not loose Android cellular software program is giving an unfair gain to other Google offerings which includes its search engine, the Wall avenue magazine said Tuesday. Federal alternate fee (FTC) staffers have met with businesses in latest months about worries that Alphabet-owned Google is abusing the dominant role of Android software for powering smartphones ... Read More »