Asus launched its entry level MeMo Pad Android 7-inch tablet in Indian market for Rs. 9999. Asus is the one who manufactured Nexus 7 tablets for Google. After the Nexus 7 launch at very low and affordable price points with good quality, all other OEMs are started to manufacture the similar type of tablets. But even today you can get a poor quality tablets at low price points in Android eco-system. Acer already launched its Iconia B tablet in India for Rs. 7948. These tablets are the cheap and best tablets you can buy today in India.
Recently a Meteorite hit Russia and if you have a part of the Meteorite you can get thousands of dollars. Apart from that this Meteorite created earthquake like situation over the near by area. Watch how it felt when the Meteorite hits the ground.
After succeeded with Nexus 7 tablet, Acer learned how to build a low cost tablet to capture the market. The result is the best affordable Android tablet in the market is Acer Iconia B, will be available under $149, and for $99 with subsidy in selected markets. We have seen many Android tablets under $100, or cheap tablets but they are not good in quality or hardware and comes with old versions of Android. But the Acer Iconia B1 is good in build quality, decent performance and comes with Android JellyBean Operating System.
Apple’s iPhone is a beautiful product and revolutionized the mobile industry. But now the industry is moving very rapidly and brining beautiful designs, patterns to grab the consumer mind share. With Windows Phone, Nokia and HTC with their colourful and beautiful smartphone devices like Lumia 920, Lumia 820, HTC 8X and HTC 8S attracted consumers. Does Apple is going to bring its next-gen iPhone 5S/6 in multiple colour choices?
The much awaited phones in India, the Nokia Lumia 920 & Lumia 820 are set to available from 15th January 2013 and 20th January 2013. Lumia 920 will be available for 35,000 INR approx and Lumia 820 will be available for 25,000 to 27,000 INR as per the Nokia store representative.
Google’s free and open sourced Android mobile phone operating system is dominating world wide in market reach. Lets see the current distribution of Android OS versions as on 3rd January 2013.
The Ubuntu, One of the famous Linux Operating System for PC is heading to Phones. As per Ubuntu, Its a superphone that’s also a full PC. The OS features swipe-based user interface that we are familiar in Windows 8, MeeGo and even in BlackBerry 10. Ubuntu phone OS treats both native and web apps equally. You can create beautiful HTML5 light weight web apps easily. With customer liked customization features heavily borrowed from other platforms and other powerful features, with full PC capability, Does Ubuntu Phone OS really have a chance to stand in the market in this heavy competition?
Now a days we are spending more time online and even we want Internet access on the movie. We have mobile data providers but unfortunately mobile data plans are available at high prices. You
may be read from the brochure of mobile operators like economic plan, high speed plan, high usage plan and other names. But which is best data plan for you?
On this 24/7 online connected world we use Internet connection on our mobile phone also. But as like broadband connection many of us don’t have unlimited mobile data packages. Still to this date mobile data is a premium service. As many of us use limited speed and limited mobile data packages for our mobile internet connection, its is important for us to monitor how much data we used so far to plan the remaining data usage with in the limits, otherwise the mobile operator bills overage fees if we exceed the fixed data bandwidth. We no need to worry, If you are an Android Smartphone or Tablet user, these are the some best apps available for monitoring your mobile data usage to save money and data as well for further use.
There are tremendous improvements happened in mobile phone industry in recent years. User has wide range of options to choose from for his or her next smart phone device. At present Google’s Android leading in terms of market share, Apple’s iOS dominating with highest profits, Microsoft’s Windows Phone is slowly gaining momentum and BlackBerry continuously declining. Do you think here is more space for new Mobile Operating Systems in the market? Yes, Of course, if the new comer is better than the existing one’s it has a chance to sustain. Let’s see the new mobile phone operating systems that are looking to rise in 2013.