India's largest car maker, Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) is planning to launch a new model named, Alto 800, which will replace the iconic Maruti Suzuki 800.
It is believed that the new Alto 800 will be powered by a K10 engine and the model will be priced at around 2.5-3 lakh, which will allow the model to compete with the world’s cheapest car, Tata Nano. Alto 800 is expected to directly take on Tata Nano's top-end variant LX model in the market.
According to The Jakarta Post, BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion (RIM)'s executives will soon be visiting Indonesia to give the mobile phone operators in the country a preview of RIM's forthcoming BlackBerry 10 platform, as well as to talk about market entry strategies.
South Korean electronics giant, Samsung has announced the launch of two new smartphones in its Galaxy family of smartphones in India.
Samsung launched Galaxy S Duos and Galaxy Y Duos Lite smartphones in the Indian market. Both the new smarphones support dual-SIM and will allow users to use two mobile phone connections simultaneously and stay connected in a better manner.
Motorola, which was earlier acquired by internet giant Google, has expanded its Razr family f smartphones with the launch of three new devices.
The company launched the Droid Razr HD, Droid Razr Maxx HD, and the Droid Razr M at an event in New York City, ahead of the anticipated launch of a version of iPhone from Apple. The devices have been launched for the US market and will aim at attracting customers with a host of enhanced features and sleek designs along with the benefits of the Android platform.
The Droid Razr HD - one of the three new handsets which Motorola announced at its Wednesday press event - may well be the new flagship device of Verizon Wireless, which somehow hasn't had any flagship gadget since the Droid Razr that was announced nearly one year back.
China’s most popular search engine operator, Baidu Inc., has recently released its new mobile browser – the Baidu Mobile Browser – which, going by the company’s claims, will not only facilitate faster Internet access and downloads, but will also enable users to run Web-based apps.
According to a recent report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), citing unidentified sources, online retail giant Amazon has plans underway to launch an ad-supported version of its Kindle Fire tablet; that too, at a lower cost than the standard $199-priced Kindle Fire.
As per the report, the ad-supported Kindle Fire will probably be unveiled by Amazon at its forthcoming press event, which will be held in Santa Monica, California, on Thursday, September 6.
Close on the heels of rolling out the 2013 Altima to US dealers and announcing that the 2013 Pathfinder crossover SUV will hit the markets in the fall, Nissan has now unveiled its next-generation 2013 Sentra with an overhauled interior and exterior design.
With the redesigned 2013 Sentra finally making its debut this week, Nissan said that the new car has been transformed to offer "class-above style" vis-a-vis the outgoing compact car as well as the rest of the segment.
On Friday, Lenovo unveiled its new lineup of its IdeaCentre all-in-one PCs that will boast touchscreens and will run the forthcoming Windows 8 operating system, which Microsoft is scheduled to launch on October 26.
The cost of Lenovo's new IdeaCentre all-in-one desktops will begin at $599, with the IdeaCentre B340 and the IdeaCentre B345 models representing the lower end of the new lineup.
In a move which indicates that Hewlett-Packard (HP) has delivered on its January promise of contributing its webOS mobile platform to the open-source community, the company shipped the beta release of the Open webOS on Friday.
Despite the fact that the beta release of the Open webOS is chiefly aimed at the developers, the on-schedule shipping of the beta version is, nonetheless, an indication that HP will likely ship the Open webOS 1.0 this month as planned.
India’s leading automaker, Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) is planning to launch a new model named, Alto 800, which will replace the iconic Maruti Suzuki 800.
It is believed that the new Alto 800 will be powered by a K10 engine and the model will be priced at below Rs. 2 lacs, which will allow the model to compete with the world’s cheapest car, Tata Nano. Alto 800 is expected to directly take on Tata Nano's top-end variant LX model in the market.
After two new-handset announcements apiece at the CES and the Mobile World Congress earlier this year, Sony unveiled three new Android-based handsets – the impressive flagship Xperia T; the Xperia V with LTE 4G; and the entry-level Xperia J - at the IFA trade show in Berlin on Wednesday.
The most attractive of the three newly-unveiled smartphones from Sony is the Xperia T, which boasts a 4.6-inch screen; 1.5GHz, dual-core processor; HDMI; NFC support; compatibility with Sony's PlayStation apps; and a 13-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording.
With new big-screen high-definition TVs - the so-called "4K" TVs - likely to hit the stores later this year, Sony has recently revealed that it intends launching a 4K TV set for the US market by December.
According to a Wednesday announcement by Sony, it will venture into the new 4K TV arena later this year, with its Bravia 84-inch XBR-X900 4K LED TV. Boasting four-fold higher resolution than the presently-available TVs, the massive 84-inch screen of Sony's 4K TV set will make the screen area four times bigger than the regular 42-inch TV.
Joining Samsung, Toshiba and other PC vendors who started announcing their Windows 8 devices this week, HP has recently unveiled its laptop-tablet hybrid called Envy x2, which takes advantage of the touch interface of Microsoft's latest Windows 8 OS version.
Revealing that the concept of the Envy x2 "hybrid PC" is fairly akin to that of the Android-based Asus Transformer devices, HP said that the model name `Envy x2' actually means "times 2" --- a label which largely represents the dual `tablet and laptop' capabilities of the device.
At the presently-underway IFA 2012 consumer electronics show in Berlin, Samsung took the wraps off its Galaxy Note II phablet --- an upgraded version of the company's offbeat Galaxy Note smartphone-cum-tablet device.
Samsung's Galaxy Player line of devices, which are currently available in screen sizes ranging 3.6 to 5 inches, now boasts a new addition --- the iPod Touch-competitor Galaxy Player 5.8, which has recently been unveiled by the South Korean company.
Boasting a 5.8-inch screen diagonally, with a 960-by-540-pixel resolution, the new Galaxy Player 5.8 looks quite similar to Samsung's Galaxy S III handset at the first glimpse, though the `one inch bigger' screen of the new player is the main feature distinguishing it from the Galaxy SIII smartphone.
Subaru has recently upgrades its amazingly fast high-performance WRX STI with an even much faster special edition WRX STI 340R --- a model which is currently available only in the UK.
Boasting enhanced speed, the super quick WRX STI 340R boasts a turbocharged 2.5-litre boxer engine which is capable of producing a notably pounding 335 horsepower and 490 newton metres of torque.
Despite the fact that BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) claims to be still ‘months away’ from the launch of its much-delayed new BlackBerry handsets, the Canada-based smartphone-maker has, nonetheless, started showing the new smartphones to wireless carriers worldwide.
Chrysler Group LLC is apparently banking on its redesigned line of 2013 Ram 1500 pickup trucks to gain some ground on market leaders Ford F-150 and General Motors’ Chevrolet Silverado, especially since the new Ram 1500 lineup will boast better fuel economy and will be a moderate 1 percent pricier than the vehicle’s 2012 models.
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