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HTC Desire Eye: The Selfie Monster

Clicking selfies and uploading them over the Internet is the best thing one can do with your smartphone. The front facing camera of most phones might not satisfy you as they come with low resolution and lack the flash feature. This might disappoint you. But, this is not with the new HTC Desire Eye. The… Read More »

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Samsung Galaxy S6 concept

91mobiles.com, India’s largest gadget research website has come up with the Samsung Galaxy S6 concept phone, a creative visualisation of what the next Samsung flagship might look like based on the collaborative inputs from gadget enthusiasts. In the past, 91mobiles has successfully launched concept phones such as Google Nexus 6, iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S5,… Read More »

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BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 Premium Qwerty Smartphone Launched

BlackBerry, in collaboration with Porsche Design luxury brand, has launched the new Porsche Design P’9983 smartphone. The Canadian handset maker announced the smartphone at an event in Dubai and revealed that the smartphone will be available starting October from Porsche Design stores, select carriers and retailers. No pricing details have been announced. The Porsche Design… Read More »

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Everything You Need to Know About the Apple Watch

There have been rumours and speculations surrounding the possible launch of an “iWatch” for over an year now, and so when Tim Cook finally announced the launch of Apple’s smartwatch on Tuesday, it wasn’t exactly a big surprise. The actual details of the watch – a health and fitness focused device – had largely been… Read More »

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The Google Nexus 360 Concept Phone – 91mobiles.com Unveils a Futuristic Wearable Smartphone that’s Truly ‘Smart’

91mobiles.com, India’s largest gadget research website for mobile phones and personal technology has come up with the Google Nexus 360 concept phone, a creative visualisation that offers a glimpse into the future of smartphones, imagining how these devices will evolve in the coming years. The idea is to showcase a concept that pushes the envelope… Read More »

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People might not wait for Apple iWatch after seeing Moto 360

The most anticipated smartwatch that isn’t Apple‘s  iWatch, Motorola’s Moto 360, is set to hit the market soon for $250, according to details inadvertently posted to Best Buy’s website. The Moto 360 features a round display like a traditional watch face and has a leather watch band. Previous smartwatches, such as Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, were… Read More »

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Smart tap glucose level with Google’s contact lens

Google’s smart contact lens, that can measure blood sugar level, is on its way to be commercialized with the tech giant collaborating with Novartis to develop it. According to The Verge, the lens which was developed and unveiled by Google X in January, analyzes tear fluid in the eye using non-invasive sensors to measure a… Read More »

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Apple to introduce iWatch in October

A new report by Japanese newspaper Nikkei suggests that Apple (AAPL)’s highly rumored iOS8-operated smartwatch will be released this October. Sources tell the paper the iWatch, which may come in two separate screen sizes, 1.3-inches and 1.5-1.7 inches, will likely sport a curved organic light-emitting diode touchscreen, instead of the boxy designs seen on Samsung… Read More »

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