Aditya Lalchandani

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Windows Phone 8.1 Reached OEMs, First Handsets Expected to Hit Retail in April

In the past few weeks, we’ve seen a number of leaks pointing towards the features that are going to be the part of the upcoming Windows Phone 8.1. It …

Apple’s New Patent Wants To Make Texting And Walking A Little Safer

Sick of colliding with lampposts and the elderly whilst walking and texting? A new Apple patent for ‘Transparent Texting’ might be right up your alley, using your iPhone’s video camera to pipe through a live feed of what’s happening in the real world behind your Messages window.<p>Here is the abstract …

A Lot To Like About The New HTC One

Now that I’ve had a few days to play with the new HTC One, I can see what all the fuss is about. It’s probably the most stylish phone I’ve used. Its brushed metal unibody case is a delight to hold. Sure, with its 5-inch screen and case dimensions of 5.74 by 2.75 by .37 inches , it’s a bit big as …

John Carmack breaks silence on Facebook's Oculus acquisition

After almost a week of silence, legendary game developer and Oculus CTO John Carmack has finally voiced his opinions on Facebook's planned acquisition of the virtual reality headset maker. Replying to a blog post by chiptune musician Peter Berkman, Carmack says he "wasn't expecting Facebook" to …

Apple sues Samsung for $2bn as tech rivals head back to court

Apple says Korean company must pay $40 per device for 'systematically' copying features to use on its newest devices<p>The smartphone world's fiercest rivalry is heading back to court again this week in the heart of the Silicon Valley, as Apple and Samsung begin a new trial - accusing each other, once …

How Mark Zuckerberg's Control Of Facebook Lets Him Print Money

When Mark Zuckerberg pays astronomical prices for unprofitable start-ups like Oculus ($2 billion) and WhatsApp ($19 billion), the Facebook CEO and founder is paying with a special currency, all his own: Facebook stock.<p>Read more on Quartz

Busy April In Store For Nokia

In late March we learned that the long anticipated sale of Nokia's device business to Microsoft is taking more time to complete. Regulatory hurdles are the main obstacle to completion of the deal with India being the principal problem. In the meanwhile, it appears that neither Nokia nor Microsoft …

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