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Moto Phones Get Discounts With Flipkart and Motorola’s ‘2nd Anniversary Sale’

Motorola India and Flipkart are commemorating the two-year anniversary of their partnership with offers that are valid until stocks last or till the offer ends. Interested consumers can head to Flipkart website as well as mobile app to get new offers only on Moto devices. To start off, the popular budget Moto E (Gen 2) 3G, priced at Rs. 5,999, ... Read More »

Moto G (Gen 3) and Moto G Turbo Edition Now Available via Amazon

Motorola India last year announced that the Moto devices will no longer be exclusive to Flipkart and will be available through more partners. The company on Tuesday confirmed that the Moto G (Gen 3) and Moto G Turbo Edition will be now available via Amazon India, apart from Flipkart. Currently, the Moto G (Gen 3) 16GB storage model is only ... Read More »

iPhone 5se, New MacBook and iPad to Sport Rose Gold Colour Variants: Report

Last month it was reported that the 4-inch iPhone 5se would be arriving in the same colour variants as the iPhone 6s – Silver, Space Gray, and Rose Gold. A new report now confirms the previous claims but with a small twist. Details about the upcoming MacBook, Apple Watch and iPad colour options have also been tipped. According to Japanese ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) and Galaxy A5 (2016) First Impressions

Samsung, at its Southwest Asia Forum 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, announced details of its new Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 2016 edition smartphones for the Indian market. The handsets were first unveiled last year in China, though the company had not disclosed anything about the availability of the two refreshed models outside China at that time. The Galaxy A series ... Read More »

BitTorrent Launches Peer-to-Peer Streaming App for Apple TV and iOS

If you were disappointed with the absence of BitTorrent apps on iOS device or Apple TV, things are finally starting to turn in your favour. OnAir Live Developers has released OTT News for Apple’s digital media device as well as iOS that utilises BitTorrent’s signature peer-to-peer technology. This is the first app on Apple TV and iOS to use the ... Read More »

India Funding Roundup: A Social Networking Startup, Loans Marketplace, and More

Our latest funding roundup compiles seed investments in Indian startups engaged in healthcare, retail, social networking, budget salon aggregators, and loan marketplaces. Affimity Bengaluru-based social networking startup Affimity announced Wednesday that it has secured $1.2 million (roughly Rs. 8.1 crores) in angel funding from Silicon Valley angel investors and founders. Founded in 2014 by Venkata Ramana, Amar Singh, and Parveen ... Read More »

Google Maps for Android Update Brings Navigation Tweaks and More

Google Maps for Android received its first update of 2016 last month that added several new features including Driving mode and more. Now, there’s a new update for Android users that brings new features including a tweaked navigation interface, and from other changes. The new Google Maps for Android version 9.20 is currently not available on Google Play India but ... Read More »

WhatsApp for BlackBerry 10 OS Update Brings Web Link Previews and More

WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messaging service, has rolled out an update for its BB 10 OS app with some new features. The update pushes the app version to 2.12.340.2. The changelog for the WhatsApp update includes added support for more Web client features such as Message info, recent emoji sync and more. It also brings the support for Web link previews ... Read More »

SoundCloud Stations, Fitwell, Over, Adventures of Mana, and More Apps This Week

February’s first week is already over and there have been some heavy hitter releases in both the games and the apps category. If you’ve been aching for an old school JRPG fix or want to journal your life in a better way, I’ve got you covered. Lost in Harmony comes to Android Lost in Harmony is a very unique game. ... Read More »

I Have Five Digital ‘Personal Assistants’ and Still Can’t Get Anything Done

There comes a point in every adult’s life when one stops and thinks: I could really use a personal assistant. I know I could. The Washington Post’s budget, however, doesn’t stretch to provide each reporter with a personal aide. But thanks to the magic of technology, I have regular access to five digital assistants: Siri, Cortana, Alexa, Google Now and ... Read More »