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Nokia Lumia 925, the first metal lumia launched in India for Rs 33,499

Launched in May, the partially aluminum build Nokia Lumia 925 took time to hit the Indian shores but it is finally here today. Priced at Rs 33,499 the smartphone is slim, sleek and makes a marked departure from the polycarbonate industrial design train so far associated with the Lumia range. With a premium aluminum aluminum chassis on the front mated to a polycarbonate backing, the device looks…
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Domo launches all-compatible MagicKey K36 keyboard

Have you been frustrated since your keyboard was not compatible with your windows version or not cross compatible with various OS? There are keyboards in market that works with multiple operating systems and versions. Domo, an emerging maker of smart phones, tablets and…
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Sangeetha Mobiles to roll out it's mobile retail stores in North India

South India’s well known and leading mobile retailer, Sangeetha Mobiles announced today it’s plan to open stores in North Indian market. The multi-brand retail chain is a pioneer in mobile retailing having started it’s operations way back in 1997 during the early days of the introduction of mobiles in India. Having set a target of 300 retail stores across country in this fiscal…
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LG PD233 Pocket Photo Printer announced in India for Rs 14990

How about a pocketable and portable printer that you can pull it out to print pictures from your mobile on the go? LG PD233 Pocket Photo Printer does exactly that and allows for bit more of performance than just printing. The pocket photo printer is now available in India for Rs. 14,990. The small pocket photo printer can be connected to any mobile devices  via Bluetooth or NFC (near-field…
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Wikipedia Zero arrives in India, Aircel users get free data access to Wikipedia

Wikipedia Zero, an initiative from Wikipedia foundation to provide free mobile data access to Wikipedia for users in emerging countries has officially arrived in India. The foundation has partnered with Aircel, one of India’s leading cellular operator in India. So around 60 million of Aircel users can now access Wikipedia free of data charges and can access the Global knowledge…
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