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Watch Video: BlackBerry DTEK50, the world's most secured Android smartphone

Watch Video: BlackBerry DTEK50, the world's most secured Android smartphone

As its name suggests, the BlackBerry DTEK50 comes with a DTEK software that protects devices from malware and other security problems often seen in other Android smartphones.

'Facebook deliberately crashed its Android app'

Facebook, in order to test the limits of consumer patience and the loyalty of Android smartphone users, crashed its app repeatedly, a report said.

BlackBerry to launch cheaper android smartphone next year

BlackBerry to launch cheaper android smartphone next year

BlackBerry may take into consideration a slightly cheaper Android smartphone in 2016.....

Bigger smartphone screens can change buying preferences: Study

Bigger smartphone screens can change buying preferences: Study

Participants in the study who viewed video ads on larger smartphone screens were more likely to want to purchase a product.

Pepsi P1 Android smartphone with fingerprint reader announced

Pepsi P1 Android smartphone with fingerprint reader announced

The Pepsi Phone P1 is a mid-range 4G handset with 5.5-inch HD display, with 2GB of RAM, and a 13 to 15-megapixel camera. It also features fingerprint scanning identification.

Nextbit's new smartphone Robin announced

Aside from backing up your photos, songs and apps, Robin removes apps and photos on your phone that you don't use.

Facebook Lite makes debut in Asia

Facebook on Thursday released a 'Lite' version of its application that was tailored for people using Android smartphones in places where wireless data bandwidth is scarce.

World's first hands-free smartphone for the disabled

An Israeli company has built the world's first completely hands-free smartphone for the disabled.

BlackBerry works with Boeing on phone that self-destructs

BlackBerry Ltd is working with Boeing Co on Boeing`s high-security Android-based smartphone, the Canadian mobile technology company`s chief executive said on Friday.

Panasonic launches T40 smartphone for Rs 5,990

The new smartphone supports dual-SIM, runs on Android 4.4 KitKat and is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM.

Google asks US Supreme Court to decide Oracle copyright fight

Google Inc has asked the US Supreme Court to wade into contentious litigation against Oracle Corp, arguing that the high court must act to protect innovation in high tech.

Intex Aqua 4X smartphone launched at Rs 2,999

The Aqua 4X runs on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system. It supports 3G connectivity and is a dual SIM smartphone.

Karbonn Titanium S99 Android Smartphone launched at Rs 5,990

Karbonn, homemaker smartphone manufacturer forayed into the affordable KitKat OS platform with its cutting-edge Karbonn Titanium S99 Android Smartphone.

Swipe Telecom launches phablet for Rs 8,999

It is competing against Motorola's Moto E and Micromax Unite 2, as it falls under the same price range category.

Twitter buys Android lock-screen startup Cover

A young startup specializing in Android smartphone lock screens that anticipate what "app" a user might want at any give moment said Monday it has been bought by Twitter.

'Dendroid' virus threatening Android phones in India

Indian cyber security sleuths have alerted users of Android smartphone about the malicious activities of a tricky virus called 'Dendroid' whose infection could "completely compromise" their personal phone device.

Gionee launches Gpad G4, M2 android smartphone

The Gionee M2 is priced at Rs 10,999 while the Gionee Gpad G4 has been priced at Rs 18,999.

New app gives Android smartphone Apple iPhone 5S-like finger-scanning unlock feature

A new app for Android smartphone reportedly turns the lock screen into a finger-scanner, a feature incorporated by Apple in its latest iPhone 5S.

Researcher shows how Android phone can hijack plane

It is possible to hack an entire plane using an Android smartphone, it has emerged.

Google planning a Rs 2,700 Android smartphone

Although Schmidt declined to divulge any details on the chance of developing such a smartphone, he did acknowledge that Google has always encouraged phone making companies to manufacture cheaper handsets.