Xiaomi is expanding manufacturing in India for smartphones and smart TVs, the company announced at a virtual briefing on Thursday. It named China’s BYD, and DBG Technology as two of its new partners for producing smartphones. The Chinese company already has Foxconn and Flex as two of its existing manufacturing partners for the local production
Airtel and ShortsTV have collaborated to offer content from the over-the-top (OTT) platform to Airtel Xstream users, as per a report. ShortsTV offers a plethora of content that includes professionally produced live action, animation, and documentary short movies round-the-clock. As per the report, the platform will leverage the data, distribution, and the network of Airtel
The television is an essential part of most households in India, and buyers want to make the best choice when making such an important purchase. Most people tend to stick with their TVs for five years or more, and this makes choosing the right option even more critical. At the same time, prices are going
Sony SRS-RA3000 has launched in India. It boasts of 360-degree audio and smart features like Chromecast and voice control. The wireless speaker, as per Sony, spreads background music both horizontally and vertically for an immersive yet unobtrusive experience. Sony SRS-RA3000 comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and there seem to be two colour options. There
Philips TAB7305 and Philips TAB5305 soundbar models have launched in India. They come with wireless subwoofers and both offer 2.1 channel setup. Philips TAB7305 is more powerful with greater sound output compared to Philips TAB5305. The two models come with multiple connectivity options with Philips TAB7305 boasting of a few extra features over Philips TAB5305.
Japan’s Sony raised its full-year profit outlook by one-third, helped by pandemic-fuelled demand for games, movies, and other content, but said it was struggling to build enough PlayStation 5 consoles amid a global shortage of semiconductors. The electronics and entertainment conglomerate said on Wednesday some customers may have to wait longer for their consoles as
The PlayStation 5 has finally arrived in India. After multiple bogus PS5 release dates, a belated price reveal, reported trademark troubles, unofficial pre-orders by opportunistic stores, a Twitter campaign by exasperated fans, messages from Sony India that tried to reassure but failed instead, followed by long periods of silence, and failed promises that took the
Tenet — Christopher Nolan’s epic time-bending espionage movie — is now available for purchase on Apple TV (formerly iTunes) and Google Play in India in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu. Given Nolan’s films demand repeated viewing (and the fact there’s a virus going around), this is now the perfect way to catch Tenet. Unfortunately, Warner
Samsung Electronics, the world’s biggest smartphone and memory chip maker reported fourth-quarter net profits up by more than a quarter year-on-year Thursday, with coronavirus-driven working from home boosting demand for devices powered by its chips. But the figures were below market expectations according to Bloomberg News, and the company warned of persisting uncertainties over the