After dominating the mobile platform for several years, chipset company Qualcomm has now set its eyes upon the PC segment. Qualcomm’s entry into the segment poses a threat to segment leader Intel. Ironically, Intel, which has been synonymous with PC chipsets, failed to capitalise on emergence of the mobile era, eventually ceased making mobile chipsets…
ASUS on Wednesday announced NovaGo (TP370), touted as the world’s first Gigabit LTE-capable laptop.
Samsung India on Thursday announced a partnership with Paytm Mall under which the company is offering customers up to Rs 8,000 in cashback on a range of Galaxy smartphones.
Over 25,000 ransomware infections were reported daily on Windows platform in the third quarter this year while malware detection count stood at over 199 million — a drop of 11% in comparison to the second quarter, a new report said on Thursday.
Apple has reportedly apologised and rolled out an update to fix a major security flaw in its Mac operating system (OS) that lets anyone log into Mac devices running without a password.
Xiaomi on Thursday launched a new smartphone, Redmi 5A, in India. Touted as ‘desh ka smartphone’, it is available in two variants – 2GB of RAM and 16GB built-in storage and 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage. The two models are priced at Rs 4,999 (for the first five million units, post which it will…
Microsoft on Wednesday announced that more than 600 million devices running its Windows 10 operating system. The company had reported hitting 500 million active Windows 10 machines in May 2017.
Intel and Warner Bros have signed an agreement to develop in-cabin “immersive experiences” such as Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) for people riding in autonomous cars of the future.
The Indian telecom regulator has stuck to its recommendation on giving free data to consumers in a non-discriminatory manner by third-party aggregators. The regulator, however, agreed to telecom department’s views that government money can be used for connectivity rather than supporting free data scheme to rural subscribers.
Evan Spiegel, co-founder and CEO of Snapchat, has announced a major redesign for its popular photo-sharing platform. He also took a dig at rivals Facebook and Twitter over the issue of fake news on the social networking platforms.