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LG V20 finally becomes available at T-Mobile on October 28 with free B&O headphones

There was a rumor going around last month saying that, despite technically being the first phone to ship with Android Nougat on board, the LG V20 would only manage that feat in a few places, and definitely not in the US. Well, guess what? It turns out that’s exactly what’s happening. Google’s Pixels will start shipping around October 20, and ... Read More »

Contention arise over domicile reservation in MBBS admission in Madhya Pradesh

Seemingly the commotions spurred within the realm of medical education in India defines no end. Controversy over MBBS admission once again hit the headlines when medical colleges denied domicile reservation in Madhya Pradesh. The prima facie prompted the Vyapam whistle-blowers and social activist, demanding the rights specified for the domicile students in Madhya Pradesh. Anand Rai, an activist, who termed ... Read More »

Domicile students celebrate Supreme Court’s order on NEET counselling

Following the last petition filed by the students challenging the prerogative of Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal, the Supreme Court yesterday had uphold the bill safeguarding the interest of the domicile students seeking admission in for medical college. It is then acknowledged that the students have been waiting for month to get admission through NEET Counselling at the Gandhi Medical College, ... Read More »

Hands on with Google Home: Your Google universe in a home-appliance wrapper

It’s impossible to discuss Google Home in a vacuum. It’s a direct, blatant, so-obvious-it-hurts competitor to the Amazon Echo—and if you spend just a few minutes with it, you may come away feeling it’s got the Echo’s number. Like the Echo, Google Home can start playing music with simple voice prompts. But itsounds better than the Echo, with much deeper ... Read More »

Alleged Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) spotted on Zauba

We already know that Samsung is working on 2017 editions of its Galaxy J series smartphones – the Galaxy J3 (2017) was spotted on TENAA earlier this year. Now, a new Samsung smartphone carrying a model number of SM-J727V has appeared on Zauba, and it’s alleged to be the Galaxy J7 (2017). Sadly, the listing doesn’t reveal anything else, except ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy A8 (2016) goes on sale, South Korea gets it first

The Samsung Galaxy A8 (2016) was unveiled towards the end of last month, and pre-orders for it went live in the company’s home country of South Korea on October 1. Now, the phone has been made available for purchase in the Asian country. The device is currently an SK Telecom-exclusive in South Korea, and carries a price tag of KRW ... Read More »

Toyota and Daihatsu plan a new company to focus on compact vehicles

Toyota and its fully owned subsidiary Daihatsu, plan to create an internal company in Januay 2017. It will be responsible for building compact vehicles for emerging markets. While Daihatsu will be responsible for unified development, procurement and production preparation of compact vehicles for emerging markets based on “DNGA” (a Daihatsu vehicle architecture), Toyota will support their efforts by providing knowledge ... Read More »

Sony Xperia XZ goes on sale around the world

Taiwan got an early start but the Sony Xperia XZ is launching in other markets today. Note that some stores still haven’t updated their pages. Only on the local Spanish site we saw the “Add to cart” option, going at a €700 price. Most others show either “Pre-order” or “Out of stock.” The UK site still offers the £150 headphones ... Read More »

India made Mercedes-Benz GLC now down on features

Rs 47.90 lakh. The car is now available in three variants and is the ninth model to be assembled at the German automaker’s factory near Pune. To bring down the price of the locally assembled model as compared to the CBU derived units that have been on sale since June, Mercedes-Benz has omitted some of the features from the crossover. ... Read More »

Roku has an app problem, but it’s working on solutions

Roku’s streaming-media players have always stood out from the competition with a simple formula: Affordable hardware, plus an app selection unrivaled in its quality and diversity. But the platform’s app selection is deteriorating even as the company’s players become ever more affordable with the new Express, Premiere, and Ultra modelsannounced this week. MENTIONED IN THIS ARTICLE Roku Streaming Stick (2016) ... Read More »