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BlackBerry reports $670 mn loss, may exit smartphone business

London: BlackBerry, the Canadian mobile company sold just 5 lakh phones globally in the first fiscal quarter – down from six lakh in the previous quarter – reporting a $670 million loss which is its biggest loss in over two years. Although much of the loss was down to restructuring charges, sales also fell to

Explore space on your smartphone with NASA’s Apple TV app

Washington: The US space agency has released its popular NASA app for a new platform – the fourth-generation Apple TV – that will provide you access to NASA TV on your TV as well live views from the International Space Station (ISS). This version joins the app’s other versions available for iOS in iPhone and

Lenovo announces Tango-enabled augmented reality smartphone

San Francisco: Chinese technology major Lenovo has unveiled its PHAB2 Pro smartphone powered by Tango technology, a set of sensors and software from Google that senses and maps its surroundings to enable augmented reality experiences. The $499 (India prices yet to be announced) PHAB2 Pro will be globally available from September. “Put simply, we wanted

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge: Worth every penny it demands

New Delhi: While the smartphone war in India has been shifted to the mid-price segment of Rs.10,000-Rs.20,000 with only a handful of premium-segment flagship devices being launched, Galaxy S7 edge has truly created an ‘edge’ over its rivals — be it Apple 6S, HTC 10 or soon to be launched LG G5. The reason is