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Apple reported to start making iPhones in India by late April

A regional minister in India claims that Apple will begin assembling iPhones in the country by the end of April. Apple has not yet confirmed this news.
avatarby John VelascoFebruary 4, 20170 comments

“Hey Siri, send Mum $50 using PayPal”

Siri just got a whole lot more useful when it comes to sending and receiving money as the personal assistant has just got PayPal support.
avatarby Dan BartramNovember 11, 20160 comments

Apple releases iOS 10.2 Beta 2, what’s new?

Apple have today seeded the latest beta of iOS 10.2 to developers and with it bringing a number of new features.
avatarby Dan BartramNovember 8, 20160 comments

Apple Watch Nike+ officially launches Oct 28 in over 40 countries

The Apple Watch Nike+ fitness themed edition of the smartwatch will officially launch in over 40 countries worldwide on Friday, October 28.
avatarby John CallahamOctober 24, 20160 comments

Google unveils two new budget-friendly Chromebooks for India

Google has just introduced two new sub-$250 Chromebooks, which are now available for purchase online in India.
avatarby Tab TimesMay 18, 20150 comments

Sony’s sleek new battery packs aim to keep smartphones and tablets charged

Sony has one solution – new, slim battery pack accessories designed to power either your smartphone or tablet. The CP-F5 and CP-F10L, 5,000mAh and 10,000mAh are sleek and stylish, and pretty run-of-the-mill as far as battery packs are concerned. They will charge your device in less than two hours, and take about 7 hours to replenish using AC power. The CP-F5 will have one port, while the CP-F10L will have two for charging multiple devices. But currently they’re only available in India, at Sony stores and other major electronics retailers. The CP-F5 will run about $42, while the CP-F10L will set you back around $72. Source article
avatarby Tab TimesSeptember 3, 20130 comments

India’s $50 Aakash tablet winds up in North Carolina

When the Android-based Aakash tablet was announced in 2011 it created a media buzz for its unheard of $50 price and promises that the Indian government would distribute millions to schools throughout the country. After many delays and several iterations designed to fix poor quality hardware, the Aakash was finally released in India where more than 100,000 of the tablets are believed to be in use.  Now, the Indo-Asian News Service reports the Aakash has just completed a pilot project in North Carolina, with 100 units deployed in summer camps for poorer schoolchildren (mostly under age 10) to help them prepare for next year's studies. There are other projects [...]
avatarby Tab TimesAugust 20, 20130 comments
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