Category: Gadgets

Nokia 6 goes on sale in the UK; Nokia camera app hits Google Play Store

NEW DELHI: Finland-based HMD Global has launched Android-powered Nokia 6 smartphone in UK. The smartphone is exclusively available in the country via retailer Carphone Warehouse. The device is available in Black, Blue, Copper, and Silver colour options at GBP 199.99. For those unaware, Nokia 6 runs Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box and supports dual-SIM cards. It

Tatas explore sale of telecom assets to Reliance Jio

MUMBAI: India’s largest conglomerate Tata Group has explored selling its struggling telecom and related assets to the country’s most valued company Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) even as Bharti Airtel remains a strong contender to acquire them. While talks with RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani‘s disruptive telecom venture Reliance Jio may not progress, it assumes significance for

JioPhone may run special version of WhatsApp: Report

NEW DELHI: Soon after the unveiling of JioPhone by the Reliance Industries‘ chairman Mukesh Amabani late last month, there have been reports about the phone not supporting the populat instant messaging app WhatsApp. Reliance JioPhone: 9 biggest doubts clarified Reliance JioPhone: 9 biggest doubts clarified What processor will Reliance JioPhone run on? How many variants

How to clean your DSLR camera’s lens

Agencies | Updated: Aug 4, 2017, 04.14PM IST A clean lens is mandatory for a good photograph. Over the past 3 years, the number of DSLR camera owners have skyrocketed. Many people have jumped on the wagon of ‘professional photography’ to showcase their creative side on social media. It does not necessarily mean that the

New app to boost students’ academic performance: study

MELBOURNE: A mobile learning app that uses game elements such as leaderboards and digital badges may have positive effects on student academic performance, engagement, and retention, according to a study. Researchers at Swinburne University of Technology in Australia developed the fully customisable app that allowed lecturers to push quizzes based on course content directly to