Nokia re-launches its classic 3310 mobile phone at MWC 2017
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Nokia re-launches its classic 3310 mobile phone at MWC 2017

Nokia makes a comeback at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), 2017 held at Barcelona. Nokia has redesigned one of its classic design 3310 models and has also launched three new smartphones called the Nokia 3, Nokia 5

Nokia re-launches its classic 3310 mobile phone at MWC 2017

Nokia re-launches its classic 3310 mobile phone at MWC 2017

Nokia makes a comeback at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), 2017 held at Barcelona. Nokia has redesigned one of its classic design 3310 models and has also launched three new smartphones called the Nokia 3, Nokia 5
by Neena Chavan, 27 February 2017 | 0
Sony reveals the world’s fastest SF-G series SD cards

Sony reveals the world’s fastest SF-G series SD cards

We use smartphones and digital cameras with SD cards in them. These SD cards help us store large amounts of photos and videos from smartphones and cameras. Today, most phones and cameras require high performance st
by Neena Chavan, 24 February 2017 | 0
AMD announces Ryzen 7 1800X, 1700X and 1700 desktop processors

AMD announces Ryzen 7 1800X, 1700X and 1700 desktop processors

Over the last few months, we have seen rumours on AMD’s desktop processors. Last week, at the Tech Summit in California, AMD provided an update on its upcoming processors. Finally, AMD has announced three new hig
by Neena Chavan, 23 February 2017 | 0
Google releases Tilt Brush app for the Oculus Rift

Google releases Tilt Brush app for the Oculus Rift

For users who like doodling and tracing lines just for fun, or say for drawing some serious 3D artwork, Google has now brought something new which lets users paint in virtual reality. Google has transformed the tou
by Neena Chavan, 22 February 2017 | 0
Kaspersky launches its own OS called Kaspersky OS

Kaspersky launches its own OS called Kaspersky OS

Among companies such as Avast, AVG, McAfee, 360 Safeguard and Norton that provide internet security software, Kaspersky is one of the well-known ones. Kaspersky is a Russian cybersecurity and antivirus software dev
by Neena Chavan, 21 February 2017 | 0
Linux kernel 4.10 comes built with VR support

Linux kernel 4.10 comes built with VR support

Linux is a free and open source computer operating system for servers, PCs, laptops and a lot of hardware and systems. The core of the Linux OS is the kernel, which gets updated over time. The update percolates dow
by Neena Chavan, 20 February 2017 | 0
Get ready to experience macOS in virtual reality

Get ready to experience macOS in virtual reality

Google, Sony, HTC, Samsung, Facebook and many others have taken up virtual reality seriously, and are dolling out a number of virtual reality headsets. Apple users have not experienced most of this since mobile VR
by Neena Chavan, 16 February 2017 | 0
Steam creator Valve announces Steam Direct

Steam creator Valve announces Steam Direct

Steam is known as the world’s biggest PC game store. There are thousands of games available on Steam, right from basic ones to high-end multi-player games. Steam is created by Valve and it distributes and manages
by Neena Chavan, 13 February 2017 | 0
Blackberry to offer BBM Enterprise SDK as a subscription service

Blackberry to offer BBM Enterprise SDK as a subscription service

Blackberry, one of the popular mobile manufacturers has had their messenger service called BBM. It was quite popular even before Whatsapp and other messaging services were around. Initially, users were able to comm
by Neena Chavan, 10 February 2017 | 0
Google introduces webVR to Chrome

Google introduces webVR to Chrome

Virtual reality is been popular for the past few years and is available on mobile devices in the form of apps. It has also been present on the web. Google is now introducing VR to its Chrome browser in the form of
by Neena Chavan, 10 February 2017 | 0

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