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LG announces curved ultra-wide monitors for 2015

LG today announced two of its new curved ultra-wide monitors and a new ultra-wide gaming monitor. All the three new monitors will be showcased at the forthcoming coming CES in Las


4 emerging technology trends in 2014 which will lead in 2015

Enormous number of new announcements in the rapidly growing world of technology during the year 2014. While most of them were about the products which were based on the technologies introduced in past, quite


Samsung Series 9 2015 Edition, Series 7 AiO announced with Windows 8.1

While the technology world is waiting for CES 2015, Samsung pleased it with announcing the Series 9 2015 Edition notebook and Series 7 All-in-One (AiO) PC. Both the two new


DoT bans 32 websites in India, including Vimeo, DailyMotion and GitHub

In a shocking move, Department of Telecom (DoT) has banned as many as 32 websites in India which include some of the popular websites such as Vimeo, DailyMotion and GitHub


Xiaomi Redmi 1S 4G LTE variant coming on January 4

After introducing its Redmi Note 4G, Xiaomi is all-set to launch the Redmi 1S 4G LTE variant. The new smartphone will be announced on January 4 for its debut in China.


Chromebooks get ability to run Linux in a Chrome OS window

Google’s Chrome OS running Chromebooks can now run Linux operating system in a window. For this, users need to install Crouton Chrome extension. Revealing the new ability of Chromebooks, Google


Lenovo plans to launch affordable 4G LTE smartphone in India next month

As 4G LTE network is expected to be widen in the coming future, Lenovo started planning to launch its affordable 4G LTE-enabled smartphone in India. The new smartphone has been


HTC to bring new Desire smartphones at CES 2015

Confirming the recent report about new entry-level smartphones, HTC has now teased to unveil new Desire smartphones at the CES 2015 next week. HTC has posted a teaser on Chinese


Microsoft rumoured to release “Spartan” web browser with Windows 10 to take on Chrome and Firefox

Once highly dominated Internet Explorer is no longer a choice for many netizens. Microsoft knows this fact very well and hence rumoured to be in development on its new web