Aakash 2

With the Aakash 2, Datawind and the Indian government hope to put a capable yet highly affordable tablet into the hands of Indian students. The big question is whether or not a $21 tablet will be powerful and practical enough for student use in India.

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The India-bound Aakash tablet made waves in the technology media for its dream of providing cheap tablets to the educational sector (among others) in this developing market. The tablet also drew flak for its creator’s inability to adequately meet demand. But will the cheap tablet trend catch on with the rest of the world?

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After what was not exactly a big hit, many wondered if one of the world’s cheapest tablets will ever get a sequel. Made available to Indian students for the equivalent of $23, the Aakash slate... was heavily criticized for its poor hardware by some, while being praised by many for giving access to technology at such a low price.

The general opinion of tech lovers was that the technology wor...

LG Optimus 4X HD

Following the release of HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S3, the third quad-core Android smartphone from a major manufacturer, the LG Optimus 4X HD, is set make its debut in... India and Singapore.

Androidos.in reports that LG will announce the coming of LG Optimus 4X HD during a press event, which will be held in Mumbai on July 20. While t...

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The path to glory is never an easy one, especially if you’re dogged down by pesky patent lawsuits left and right, and forced to face Samsung’s seemingly total domination of the market. But... all is not lost for HTC, as according to the latest surveys, the Taiwanese phone maker has gained some much needed traction in China and India.

Despite the spotlight that the HTC One series has r...