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Pre-Owned Smartphone Market in India Booming, Average Selling Price Rises to Rs. 11,000: OLX

With more and more Indians aiming to own high-end smartphones, the pre-owned smartphone market is booming and on the online trading platform OLX, the average selling price (ASP) of a pre-owned smartphone has jumped from Rs. 9,000 to Rs. 11,000 in just one year, the company said on Saturday. More and more high-end phones are now being traded on the platform ... Read More »

Nokia Now Selling Smartphones, Accessories in India via Official Site

The Nokia brand, aiming to make a big comeback in one of its favourite markets, is now selling a range of its phones via its official site in India. HMD Global, the Finnish company which holds the licence for the Nokia brand, has opened its online mobile in the country. Interested buyers can now purchase phones and accessories in India directly through the ... Read More »

Dell is selling our favorite budget gaming laptop for $800 right now

Bargains are in a bit of a lull before the holidays arrive, but there are still a few decent deals out there. Right now, Dell is offering a 15-inch gaming laptop with a Core i5 Kaby Lake processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card for $800, and IPS screen. That last detail—the IPS screen—makes this price ... Read More »

Best Buy is selling 60 AA batteries for under $7

. While rechargeable AA batteries end up cheaper over the long haul, sometimes you just need the old-fashioned disposable kind on hand. Best Buy is making that more cost effective right now by offering 60 Insignia AA batteries for $6.74—or about eleven cents per battery. These are general purpose non-rechargeable alkaline batteries. There’s no claim on how long these batteries will ... Read More »

Oculus drops Rift and Touch prices, selling a $399 bundle for the ‘Summer of Rift’

When Oculus announced the Rift would launch at $599—or $799 with the motion-tracked Touch controllers—the Internet-at-large rioted. Years of Palmer Luckey’s promises to hit a $350-400 price sticker with the first consumer model were undercut in an instant. But it’s put up or shut up time for the holdouts now. Oculus announced the “Summer of Rift” this morning, slashing $200 ... Read More »

Major Canadian carriers start selling Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4

The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 is now available for purchase through carriers in Canada. Major players like Telus, Rogers, Videotron, and Freedom Mobile are selling the rugged device in the country. As for pricing, while Videotron is offering the handset for CAD300 ($225), Freedom Mobile is selling it for CAD320 ($240). Telus and Rogers variants, on the other hand, cost ... Read More »

Fujitsu considers selling its PC business to Lenovo

Lenovo may be about to grow its share of the shrinking PC business again: Japanese IT conglomerate Fujitsu is considering selling its PC manufacturing business, and Lenovo may be the buyer, Fujitsu said Thursday. As part of a strategy to focus on core activities, in February Fujitsu spun out its PC business as an independent operating unit. Such spin-outs are ... Read More »

Motorola starts selling unlocked Moto Z in the US

The Motorola Moto Z has been a Verizon-exclusive in the US so far, but now you can purchase the unlocked variant of the device officially from Motorola as well as third party retailers including Amazon and Best Buy. Priced at $700, the handset is only compatible with GSM networks, meaning Sprint customers are currently out of luck. Those waiting for ... Read More »

Canadian carriers start selling BlackBerry DTEK50

The BlackBerry DTEK50, which has been officially available for purchase in Canada for nearly a couple of weeks now, can now also be purchased through most of the major carriers in the country. Bell, Telus, Wind, SaskTel, Rogers, and Videotron are all now selling the Android-powered phone. The no-contract pricing seems to be pretty consistent across the carriers (with almost ... Read More »

Dell stops selling Android devices to cognizance on home windows

Dell has stopped promoting Android devices as it steps away from slate-fashion capsules to cognizance onhome windows 2-in-1 gadgets. The business enterprise isn’t clean the Venue line of Android capsules, and will now not offer the Android-primarily based Wyse Cloud join, a thumb-length laptop that could turn a display into a pc. differentAndroid gadgets have been discontinued some time in ... Read More »