News & Updates from Tech World - 20 Nov. 2015

Category > OTHERS || Published on : Friday, November 20, 2015 || Views: 1541 || Latest News and Updates from Tech World on 20 nov. 2015

Google Nexus 5X (32GB) review: Offers good camera and decent performance, but at a hefty Rs 35,900

In order to keep up with the current manufacturer trend and stay at par with its arch rivals, Google has churned out two Nexus models built by different OEMs – Huawei-built Nexus 6P and LG-built Nexus 5X. The 6P is the crème de la crème and gets all the finesse and fancy features, while the Nexus 5X is a toned down device targetted at the budget audience.

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 Google Names VMware Co-Founder Diane Greene to Lead Cloud Push

Google Inc, a unit of Alphabet Inc, said it appointed VMware Inc co-founder and industry veteran Diane Greene to run its cloud business, as CEO Sundar Pichai pushes ahead with efforts to gain share in the fast-growing market.

Pichai has made selling cloud storage space to enterprises a growing priority for the company to take on rivals Amazon Inc and Microsoft Corp.

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Xiaomi President Bin Lin teases rumoured Redmi Note 2 Pro; features metal body and fingerprint sensor

Xiaomi’s upcoming smartphone, Xiaomi Redmi Note 2 Pro, which is rumoured to launch on 24 November has now been spotted on Weibo and this time, by Xiaomi Co-Founder and President Bin Lin itself.

The images shared on Weibo gives a glimpse of the unannounced smartphone’s rear camera. In addition, the metal-clad smartphone in shown in a gold colour variant along with a finger print scanner just below the camera. But apart from these details, no other information has been offered.

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Micromax now among top 10 global smartphone vendors; Huawei records highest growth: Gartner

Gartner’s third quarter 2015 report has pointed out that worldwide smartphone sales are being driven by emerging markets such as India and China. The same report also summarises that it is the affordable, Android-powered smartphones that are driving worldwide smartphone sales as of the Q3 2015.

The reason for this, according to Gartner Research Director, Anshul Gupta is that affordable Android smartphones are making it easier for feature phone users to upgrade to a smartphone.

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