As announced last week, Spice Retail Limited today unveiled its first Firefox OS powered smartphone in partnership with Mozilla Foundation, the Spice Fire One Mi – FX 1. Targeting feature phone users switching to smartphones, the device supports Indian languages such as Hindi, Tamil, and Bangla.
Designed specifically to cater to the automotive industry, the iGO Primo Nextgen aims to raise the navigation software to a new level of usability, easy connectivity and feasibility. It offers easy adaptability to systems and hardware, and is localized to India as well. Continue reading NNG Launch the ‘iGO Primo Nextgen’ Navigation in India
Gionee has introduced the GPAD G5 in India, powered by a 1.5GHz hexa-core processor and Android KitKat 4.4. The device boasts of a shell design without borders, and a perfectly symmetrical body which is slim and easy to grip. Continue reading Gionee launches the GPAD G5 in India at ₹14,999
Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce marketplace, announced the launch of five new tablets under its own brand, Digiflip Pro. The tablets are exclusively available on Flipkart.com, and priced from ₹5,999. Continue reading Flipkart launches five new Digiflip Pro tablets powered by Intel Processors
Mi India, the Xiaomi company, today announced that its second smartphone release after the Mi3, the Redmi 1S, will be on sale from 2 PM on September 2 exclusively through its ecommerce partner, Flipkart. Continue reading Mi India launches the Redmi 1S for ₹5,999; Registration starts today
Sony India today launched Xperia C3 in India, their latest smartphone with a focus on digital imaging technology and interactive camera apps. The mid-range smartphone is geared to offer enhanced social sharing experience with a new powerful ‘PROselfie cam’. Continue reading Sony launches Xperia C3 in India, claims to be the World’s Best Selfie Smartphone
In a press conference in New Delhi today, Intex Technologies announced the launch of India’s lowest priced smartphone, the Intex Cloud FX. The smartphone runs on Firefox OS, and is the first Firefox OS device available in India and Asia, beating the upcoming Spice Fire One launch. Continue reading Intex Cloud FX, the first Firefox OS phone in India, is India’s lowest priced Smartphone at ₹1,999
Spice Retail Limited has announced that the company will launch the country’s first Firefox OS-powered smartphone, Spice Fire One Mi – FX 1, on August 29. Continue reading Spice and Mozilla to launch India’s First Firefox Smartphone, Spice Fire One, Next Week
Automobile technology is progressing at a phenomenal rate, and in the not too distant future, many of the vehicles on our roads may be driverless, revolutionising our journeys and experiences along the way.
Of course, till that happens, there are a lot of ways and gadgetry which you can use to revamp your car to improve the connected and digital experience on a trip.
If you like to be connected to the Web at all times, it’s worth checking out the in-vehicle WiFi solutions now available. These systems can be easy to use and many even fit into cigarette lighter sockets.
Having fast and reliable access to the internet is especially useful for passengers, who can make better use of their journey times. Whether they want to catch up with work emails, browse information and recommendations about the destination, or anything else, they can do so with ease.
Airangel offers 3G and 4G wireless technology that is perfect for use in vehicles and all its solutions work from standard 12v or 24v systems, are self-contained and are simple to install.
Even if you’re a defensive driver on the roads, it’s impossible to rule out the possibility that you’ll be involved in an accident, or be accused by your fellow motorists of misdemeanours on the highways. Having a dash cam in place can therefore boost your peace of mind and help you avoid a host of legal and financial problems.
However, for a lot of road-trip enthusiasts like me, a dash cam is a great way to record trips for sharing travel stories and adventure trails. Most dash cams feature a wide angle lens that provides an impressive field of vision and built-in microphone can be set up to record in-cabin conversations.
Enhanced in-car Entertainment
Without a quality entertainment system, long journeys can be dull. If you’re not happy with your vehicle’s current setup, it might be worth investing in a new version.
Several latest entertainment systems feature include a USB port and Bluetooth connectivity (allowing you to stream music from your smartphone) apart from the usual CD player and AM/FM radio. Also, some of the modern cars offers great integration with your smartphones allowing you to make/accept/reject calls and perform certain tasks using your voice with the entertainment system.
Sat Navs/GPS Devices
A premium sat nav is a must if you do lots of driving, especially if you often find yourself in busy and potentially confusing city centres. Of course, there are plenty of these products and most modern smartphones offer some form of navigation, but a top-of-the-line sat nav system offers comprehensive navigation features, identifies point-of-interests, and also doubles up as a multimedia device. These devices also include live traffic information allowing you to avoid heavy traffic and holdups.
Engine Data Readers
If you’re keen on engine tuning and modifying, you might want to invest in a special data reader. For example, the iODB2 Engine Data Reader plugs into your engine’s data port and, once you’ve downloaded the free app and connected via Bluetooth, you can access all sorts of information concerning your car’s performance.
Its dashboard menu also allows you to change the live data feed to your preferred readers to show values such as fuel consumption, acceleration and air intake temperature.
Of course, no one would advocate getting behind the wheel while drunk, but sometimes you may not know whether or not you’re over the limit. For example, climbing into the driver’s seat early in the morning after having some drinks the night before can be risky. If you want to make sure you’re fit to drive, you can get hold of electronic breathalysers to keep in your car.
Panasonic India today announced the launch of its second smartphone, ELUGA A, in the new smartphone series – ELUGA – introduced with the launch of ELUGA U last month.
Over the weekend, Acer India announced the launch of its compact and lightweight 7-inch tablet, the Acer ICONIA A1-713 with voice-calling facility. Continue reading Acer launches ICONIA A1-713, their latest 7-inch Android tablet with voice calling
HGST, a Western Digital company, recently launched a new line of Touro S external hard drives. The colorful, stylish hard drives delivers two levels of data protection – local backup and cloud storage. Continue reading HGST Touro S is a Stylish and High-performance USB 3.0 Hard Drive
During the FIFA World Cup few weeks back, I tried the latest Epson home projector – Epson EH-TW5200 – adding a fun highlight to my football parties. Epson claims it to be world’s most affordable full HD, 3D home theatre projector that delivers the brightest and sharpest 3D images. Continue reading Review: Epson EH-TW5200 Projector
In a press event in New Delhi today, Panasonic launched its new Eluga series of smartphones, and unveiled the Eluga U, the first smartphone in the series. Continue reading Panasonic Eluga U launched in India for ₹18,990
If you are headed to a music festival, it’s time to start checking off that all-important list of essential items to help you survive a mud-filled weekend away. Continue reading [Sponsored] Top Five Gadgets for Music Festivals