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  • Vivo Y55L Smartphone Launched At Rs 11,980

    Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo on Wednesday launched a new smartphone Y55L in India at Rs 11,980. “At Vivo, we always aim to offer new and exciting features for our valued customers,” said Kent Cheng, CEO, Vivo India,in a statement. The smartphone features 5.2-inch HD display, octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and runs on Funtouch OS 2.6 […]

  • Micromax to launch four 4G smartphones with Google Duo pre-installed

    Micromax will launch four 4G smartphones, priced under $100 with Google Duo video-calling app pre-installed. Ahead of the festive season, handset maker Micromax will launch four 4G smartphones, priced under $100 (about Rs 6,700), to cash in on the booming demand for LTE devices. Micromax has partnered Google to preload the latter’s video calling app, […]

  • Enflux, a smart body-tracking workout outfit, launches on Kickstarter

     There’s a new body-tracking workout outfit that looks to compete with the likes of Athos and other workout-tracking sensors that’s launching on Kickstarter today. Enflux, a Y Combinator-backed company, is starting a Kickstarter today for its sensor-laden workout outfit (that can even go in a washing machine). And it’s basically all thanks to a series […]

  • Hero unveils a new home gadget to help you track and dispense pills

     A New York City startup called Hero plans to replace those plastic pill organizers with a high-tech home appliance. As demonstrated for me by the Hero team, it’s easy to load your medicines, vitamins and other health supplements into the machine, then indicate the dosage you’ll need and when you’re supposed to take it. Once you’re all set up, […]

  • Review: Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are the phones we’ve craved

     Their feature sets don’t necessarily speak to a grandiose vision from Samsung regarding the company’s future. They don’t offer solutions to problems users weren’t aware they had. They don’t shed grams and millimeters in exchange for compromised battery life. In many ways, the S7 devices represent the anti-iPhones. Samsung took almost all of the complaints… Read More Gadgets – TechCrunch

  • The Panoporter gives you a 360-degree view of your world

     As we approach the inevitable rise of VR we’re going to need some better cameras. The $ 109 Panoporter might be just the thing. This 1080p device features a single camera and a clever lens system that takes a 360-degree view without multiple cameras. It includes videoconferencing and chat features and can also act as […]

  • 3 pitfalls that can sink any crowdfunded hardware startup

     You might have noticed something puzzling if you’ve been keeping an eye on the crowdfunding space: A large number of seemingly promising crowdfunded hardware startups fail to deliver. The list of high-profile stumbles includes Zano, Kreyos and Jolla, to name a few. Then there are campaigns like the Skarp Razor, which is almost certain to […]

  • littleBits’ new STEAM kit for students emphasizes invention

     We are big fans of littleBits here at TechCrunch. The company, which raised $ 44.2 million last year, offers a number of different sets that teach kids (and grown-ups) about programming and electronics — and lets them get creative with their new skills. Today, the company introduced its first STEAM kit. STEAM adds “Arts and […]