Xiomi RedMi Note 4 Is On The Way to India | Here Is What You Have To Know

Submitted by techyboy on Fri, 01/13/2017 - 07:54

Xiomi is prepping up to launch Redmi Note 4 In India in january 2017 itself. Redmi Note 3 is already available in all Online Stores without waiting. The newly launched Redmi Note 4 will be priced around ₹8,000 to ₹10,000.The phone comes in 3 variants 2GB RAM / 16 GB ROM, 3GB / 32GB and 3GB / 64GB. Front and Back cameras to come with 13MP and 5MP resolutions. It has a giant 4100mAH battery.

Full Specifications are listed below.


Reliance Jio Is launching 4G Feature Phones In Low Budget Segment || ₹999 To ₹1999

Submitted by techyboy on Fri, 01/13/2017 - 06:58

Reliance Jio has created a very tight competition among telecom providers by offering Free Voice and Free Data Plans. There is a big surge in number of internet users in India after the launch of Reliance Jio. Digital Transactions are also on increase path day by day. Also Jio free offer has been extended till March 31, 2017. So even more customers are expected to switch to Reliance Jio. 


Lenovo P2 Smartphone

Submitted by iphoneuser on Mon, 01/09/2017 - 21:47

Discover the new Lenovo P2 smartphone With its massive 5100 mAh capacity, enjoy up to three days of battery life without stopping to recharge. And thanks to rapid charging, you can power up fast when you need to. Slim and stylish, the vibrant 5.5” Full HD Super AMOLED display is wrapped in a robust, full-metal unibody design.The Lenovo P2 Power your life.

Expected Date of Release : January 11 2017


Atlas For The Blind

Submitted by iphoneuser on Mon, 01/09/2017 - 21:12

The solution was to make a map that could be felt rather than be seen.

Making maps available for the blind is not easy and the world's first fully mass-reproduced atlas for the blind has been made in India. Using maps comes so very naturally to the sighted but for the millions of blind people of the world, maps were like a forbidden fruit.


Nokia, Vodafone and Telit collaborate to expand the IoT ecosystem using NB-IoT technology

Submitted by techyboy on Sun, 01/08/2017 - 21:51

Nokia, Vodafone and Telit are collaborating to expand the IoT ecosystem using Narrow Band - Internet Of Things Technology. Its primary purpose is to increase signal strength inside shopping malls, theaters and closed buildings. After selling its mobile division to Microsoft, Nokia retained in Network Solutions Business and partnering with various Cellular Operators to install and operate 4G and 5G network equipments.