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Olive Telecom in association with Aircel and Qualcomm on Wednesday announced the launch of its first Android offering in India.

 
 
In comparison to Internet Explorer 9, the new updated browser is contender. Apart from better frame rates and faster loading times, the browser adds a webstore to it too.
Priced at Rs 10,000, it is backed up with a 600 MHz processor and has 40 MB internal memory with support for expandable memory of up to 16GB.
All six variations of the iPad have been launched in India which start from RS 27,900 (16GB Wi-Fi) and go up to Rs 44,900 (64 GB Wi-Fi + 3G).
BSNL on Monday said that the state-owned telecom operator will offer a dedicated iPad price plan for Apple iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G in the coming weeks.
Almost two months after the Airtel 3G campaigns went on air, Bharti Airtel has finally announced the launch of its 3G services in the country.
 
 
The new iPad will also have more memory and a more powerful graphics processor. It would initially be available through carriers Verizon Wireless and AT&T Inc.
It comes with a complete console that has most connectivity ports which can connect TV, game consoles, DVD players and more.
Android-based tablet computers grew their share nearly 10-fold to 22 per cent in global tablet shipments during the December quarter compared to the previous quarter.
Some handsets are placed in the market even before the official announcement. This stands true for these two phones.
If you do not want to wear the bulky gaming headphones, then these gaming speakers are the sound partners you need to keep by your side.
Qualifying as the most affordable smartphone on Android v2.2, the telecom operator is selling it at an introductory price of Rs 8,499.
Leading vendors like HCL, Wipro, HP, Toshiba and Dell are expected to launch over 500 models of devices with the new chips in the coming months.
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