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It is perhaps the discovery of the decade. Munna Mobile, a school dropout and owner of a mobile repair shop in Dharavi has built a mobile camera that helps accident victims.
In a bid to counter Sony’s waterproof smartphone Xperia, Micromax has announced that they will soon come up with a fireproof phone that will withstand flames of any magnitude.
Tata Sky subscribers in Mumbai are going to organize a Havan at Azad Maidan to keep rains away from Mumbai during the ongoing Champions Trophy in England.
Samsung has announced a breathtaking new feature for its latest smartphone Galaxy S4. The phone will automatically disconnect a voice call you are on, if you raise your middle finger.
After many experts and activists complained that the policemen in the country, especially in the National Capital Region, lacked sensitivity and compassion while dealing with anguished citizens, the government has decided to induct robots in the police force.
Facebook users, who complain about being bombarded with pictures posted by their friends on their ‘timeline’, could face even more severe bombardment now as Canon has released a DSLR camera that is integrated with Facebook.
Cellphone subscribers in India have the options of transferring talk-time, gift vouchers, or even money to their friends in need, but a new technology will now allow transfer of the most vital element of a mobile phone – battery level.
To stop incidents like wardrobe malfunction or random stripping acts by wannabe Poonam Pandeys, IRCTC has launched range of innerwear and swimsuits that will open only after multiple failed attempts – just like the IRCTC website.
Inspired by Planning Commission’s idea of having smartcards in toilets, many schools and colleges in India are considering adopting the same technology to better plan and manage campus activities. While Planning Commission had thought of smartcards to provide security, educational institutes are installing them to find out culprits who draw offensive sketches and write rude messages on the walls of the toilets.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who is known to just look around at things without responding to real human beings, has been chosen by Google to try out Project Glass – special spectacles with features of a smartphone. PMO has been sent a special pair of glasses, which was worn by the Prime Minister during a parliamentary session for a brief time.