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Acer Launches First Honeycomb Tablet in India: Iconia Tab A500 [VIDEO]

When Acer first announced Honeycomb Tablet – Iconia Tab A500 – in January, I knew that this could be the first Tablet running on Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) which can come to India quit sooner compare to others. Thanks to...

G-Slate: LG’s First Tablet is Coming in March

After a long roller coaster ride, LG, apparently, is all set to test the water of Tablet Industry. Company has announced that in coming March, United State will witness the release of its first tablet, dubbed as G-Slate, which...

Motorola Xoom Tablet: A Burly Contender of Apple iPad

As expected, CES 2011 is going to be ‘Tablet Devices’ oriented and most of the IT czars are ready to hit Apple’ iPad dominance with the maximum effect. On Wednesday, it was Motorola wrapped off its upcoming Xoom tablet. The...

Google Provides A Glimpse of Android 3.0 [Video]

As the CES 2011 is going to kick-off today, companies like HP, ASUS, LG, Samsung, Toshiba and probably few more are ready to rock with their latest gadgets, technology, innovations and productions. However, it will be tablet devices which...
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Paytm And PhonePe Will Spend Jaw-Dropping Amount On Marketing Efforts In 2020

It has recently been reported that Paytm and PhonePe which are leading digital payment companies of India...
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SEO Secret: Meta Description Drives More Clicks Than Title, Reveals Study!

If you are a digital marketer in 2020 or someone who takes a keen interest in consumer behaviour, you’d be shocked with...

Chrome Had More Than 500 Harmful Extensions: Users Beware!

Google is committed to providing a clean, safe and enhanced internet experience through its Chrome browser. In a bid to do so,...

State-Wise Number of Aadhaar Card Issued In India: 2019

The above table represents the state-wise number of Aadhaar...

Why Zuckerberg Endorsing A Move That Could Be Bad For Facebook!

Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) has been under the radar of several governmental institutions and privacy regulators for their overly alarming activities related to...