With Internet speeds improving across the country, Indians are fast consuming online video content.
CNBC-TV18's show for tech enthusiast Tech Toyz lists out the best smart phones in the market that money can buy.
Your only consistent dose of technology, this week's CNBC-TV18's Tech Toyz reviews the much anticipated operating system from the Microsoft stable - the Windows Phone 7.
Research In Motion's chief marketing officer, Keith Pardy, is leaving the BlackBerry maker, the Wall Street Journal said on Friday, citing a company statement.
Apple set to unveil new iPad, with or without Jobs
This week's episode of Tech Toyz pays tribute to the Oscars which are taking place over the weekend. Suresh and Ankit dressed up fancy and presented the academy awards of the gadget world. So who are the nominees for the best gadgets of the year? Who made the cut and who missed the mark by a mile?
Google Inc launched a service to make it easy for publishers to sell digital versions of newspapers and magazines, undercutting a similar plan launched by Apple Inc, as both tech titans battle to dominate smartphones and tablet computers.
South Korea's LG Electronics Inc, the world's No.2 TV manufacturer, said on Wednesday that it aims to sell 5 million 3D televisions in 2011, as it seeks to return to profit with fatter-margin products.
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC unveiled on Tuesday two social networking phone models, with a focus on Facebook access, and introduced its first tablet computer to a crowded marketplace.
A Chicago steakhouse is among the latest in a growing list of eateries around the globe that have scrapped conventional wine lists and instead are offering diners an iPad loaded with wine information.
Taiwan's Acer Inc, the world's second-largest PC vendor, expects the market for mobile PCs to grow 10-12% in 2011, driven by emerging markets, its chief Gianfranco Lanci said on Monday.
Research In Motion, maker of the BlackBerry smartphone, will release its PlayBook tablet computer on two more high-speed network standards in the second half of 2011, the company said on Monday.
Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer promised a Windows Phone update soon with more powerful Web graphics, and said new partner Nokia would supply "absolutely phenomenal" handsets.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion is not alone in facing demands from governments for access to its data services, and it is just a normal part of the business, co-chief executive Jim Balsillie said.
Whether it was a match made online or a love that developed over the telephone, a new iPhone application is designed to make that first date or meeting safer.
Dragon Dictation software maker Nuance launched a mobile application in Europe on Monday that lets users speak, trace or handwrite instructions to their phone instead of typing.
Software developers for smartphones have been put centre of stage at this week's Mobile World Congress industry fair in Barcelona after Nokia's decision to adopt Microsoft's Windows Phone operating system.
Samsung launched a second tablet computer on Sunday, with a bigger screen and more processing power than the original Galaxy Tab that is seen as the only real rival to Apple's iPad.
Sony Ericsson unveiled on Sunday its long-awaited PlayStation smartphone, and said Verizon Wireless would sell the model in the United States.
Nokia and Microsoft have teamed up to take on Google and Apple in the fast-growing smartphone market, using Windows Phone as the software platform for its smartphones as part of new chief executive Stephen Elop's overhaul of the world's biggest cellphone maker.
A stunt car powered by light. Check. A table-top version of a popular iPhone game. Check. A battery-powered sweet-talking boyfriend doll. Check.
Apple Inc is working on a smaller and less expensive version of the iPhone.
There are clear signs of a new internet bubble in corporate valuations, Google's chief executive Eric Schmidt said in an interview with a Swiss magazine on Thursday.
Verizon Wireless began selling Apple's iPhone at long last, ending AT&T Inc's more than three-year stranglehold on the device in the United States.
The largest mobile Internet browser firm Opera Software ASA confirmed its entrance to the fast-growing tablet computer space and said it has reached a landmark 100 million cellphone users.