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Samsung’s new Galaxy M smartphones will launch in India first

Samsung will launch its new lower-priced Galaxy M series in India before the smartphones roll out globally. Asim Warsi, senior vice president of Samsung...

Samsung Galaxy S10 to be launched on February 20 at Unpacked...

11 January 2018, India: Samsung Galaxy S10 will be launched on February 20 at Unpacked event in San Francisco, an invite from the company has...

Samsung is using computer vision to tell you what’s in your...

CES is a yearly ritual to imagine what’s possible and display the strange, innovative, and silly. There can be surprises, but for a highly anticipated...

Chinese premium smartphone maker OnePlus trebles net profit in India

India is considered a tough smartphone market in the world. If you have any doubt ask tech giant Apple, which is having a bumpy...

Smartphone shipments in China fell by up to 15.5% in 2018

(Reuters) — Smartphone shipments in China fell between 12-15.5 percent last year, market data indicated, suggesting a bleak outlook for the sector at a...

HP releases a monster $5k, 65-inch gaming display

The HP Omen X Emperium is not meant to watch reruns of The Office. Though it can. This display is one of the first...

10 Smartphone Predictions For 2019 Every Smartphone User Should Know

2019 Smartphone predictions Since the first smartphone was launched in 1992, it has definitely come a long way to reach the height it is at...

Samsung launches three new monitors ahead of CES 2019

04 January 2018, India: Samsung Electronics has launched three new monitors ahead of CES 2019. The company launched Space Monitor, CRG9 and the curve monitor...

Twitter’s newest feature is reigniting the ‘iPhone vs Android’ war

Twitter’s newest feature is reigniting the flame war between iOS and Android owners. The U.S. social media company’s latest addition is a subtle piece of information...

Samsung CHG90 review — Can a 32:9 49-inch monitor fit into...

Unlike televisions, computer monitors can take on different shapes. Your monitor probably has a 16:9 ratio (where for every 16 horizontal inches you get...