Vivek Sinha

Flipkart’s flipside: Rs. 9,999 tab off the rack from China!
India’s leading e-commerce firm Flipkart purchases it’s newly launched private label tablet brand, Digiflip Pro, from local manufacturers in China and sells it later on its online marketplace in India!
Samsung's Gear 2 to Sony's SmartBand: Wearable devices are the new frontier
Can’t do without your smartphone, yet tired of holding it? Gadget makers have your welfare at heart. At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, they have showcased an array of gizmos that can be worn on your wrist.
Price pull: Samsung pitches S4 at Rs. 41,500
Samsung has upped the ante in India’s premium smartphone market by aggressively pricing its high-end flagship Galaxy S4 at 41,500, which is nearly 10% lower than Apple’s iPhone 5 and BlackBerry Z10, Vivek Sinha reports.S4 vs the competition
New Xperia from rosy Sony
Sony is set to launch yet another premium-end smartphone during the second half of 2013 in India, as the Japanese giant strives to pose serious challenge to Samsung and Nokia in the fast expanding smartphone market in the country. Vivek Sinha reports.
Samsung pokes Apple with gesture power
South Korean giant Samsung on Thursday challenged innovation-driven Apple on its home turf with the latest of its top-end smartphone, Galaxy S4, that was in your face - literally - with gesture computing features based on eye movement that gives a cutting-edge appeal. Vivek Sinha reports.
Apple bends to woo Indians with EMIs
Around a year ago, when Tim Cook took over reins of Apple he remarked that India was not a focus market for the maker of the iPhones and iPads. But this year, it has made a U-turn, it seems. Vivek Sinha reports. For a desi connect
Z10: good, but not unique
The youngest kid from Blackberry’s stable is easy to use and has great features, though a high price may play spoilsport, Vivek Sinha reviews BlackBerry's Z10. HT Verdict
Samsung to launch Windows 8 tablets
South Korean electronics giant Samsung is set to launch tablet PCs based on the Windows 8 operating system during the later half of 2013, a top company executive said on Tuesday, Vivek Sinha reports.
Conned: Aakash 2 made in China?
Documents reviewed by HT show DataWind founders and NRI brothers Suneet and Raja Singh Tuli may have procured these devices off-the-shelf from manufacturers in China for $42 ( 2,263 then). Vivek Sinha reports.
Humble tablet, sky-high goals
Forbes magazine included Suneet Singh Tuli, the maker of India's low-cost tablet 'Aakash', and MIT professor Anant Agarwal in its 'Impact 15' list of education innovators who are harnessing technologies to reinvent education globally, Vivek Sinha reports.

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