Indian women now have a few tools to strike back against creeps and other harassers thanks to the advent of Internet and smartphones.
Google has a new addition to its Chromebook line-up, the first ever Chromebook with a touch screen display, the brand new Chromebook Pixel.
Instagram has finally launched the ability to view full feeds on the web i.e from your desktop.
Foursquare has launched a Business companion app for business users to easily post and manage content from their smartphones.
Imangi Studios have released a sequel to their smash hit Temple Run game. And judging by the number of downloads, it has jumped past its predecessor in a big way.
Linux aficionados can rejoice as Ubuntu developer Canonical has announced the Ubuntu OS for smartphones. The new OS is designed to run on Android devices promising to make use of their full capabilities.
Angry Birds, which was originally launched in 2009 celebrated its 3rd birthday this week. And what better way to celebrate it,than with an update that brings even more levels to the game!
Apple has finally made the iTunes Store live in India, enabling consumers to buy music and to purchase or rent movies. The iTunes store is available in 119 countries allowing users to choose from over 20 million songs from a wide variety of genres.
Christmas might just have come early for gadget lovers with both Google and Apple making back to back event announcements.