Fossil’s New Android Watch, Q Founder Available For $295

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The much-awaited smartwatch, Q Founder by the American Brand Fossil is now up for grabs. The Fossil Q Founder is now available online and in select Fossil stores, for $295.

This smartwatch looks like a traditional watch, it has a stainless steel body, a round touchscreen display, interchangeable straps for customization, and comes with a water-resistant case. Read More

Xiaomi’s New 7.9 Inch Tablet Is An iPad Mini Look-Alike

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Xiaomi recently unveiled its new tablet the Mi Pad 2, a 7.9-inch tablet that looks like an iPad mini, but can run Windows 10 as well as Android.

This newly revealed tablet has a metal body which makes it much lighter and thinner than its predecessor, the plastic-body Mi Pad. It comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB or 64GB of internal storage, a reversible USB Type-C port, 2048 x 1536 resolution screen and is powered by a 64-bit Intel Atom X5-Z8500. Read More

Vienna May Be Blackberry’s Second Android OS Device

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After the recent launch of its first ever Android device, Blackberry is believed to be working on another smartphone supporting the Android OS. The company’s CEO made a statement that highlighted the possibility of more  Android-based Blackberry devices hitting the market very soon. Also, some images have been leaked on the internet that lead to the second-Blackberry-Android-device speculations and provide a rough idea of the device’s design.

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Microsoft’s New App To Match Your Android Apps With Windows Apps

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For a while now, Microsoft has been trying to convince Android users to switch to a Windows 10 and has been introducing various cross-platform Apps to do the same. As a part of their cross-platform strategy, Microsoft today released a new Android App called, “AppComparison” that allows users to check which Android apps on their Android smartphone are available on the Windows Phone Store. Read More