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Last fall Apple introduced two new iPhones: iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, both with 16GB and 32GB variants. Later, in March 2014, Apple introduced iPhone 5C 8GB model to boost sales in five non-US markets: UK, France, Germany, Australia, and China. Next month, as rumored, Apple plans to launch the 8GB iPhone 5C variant in India too. Read More
Starting with the availability of iTunes in India, Apple has recently made available its TV box in the country as well. Apple TV is now available in India starting at a price point of Rs. 7,900 (approx $150). Read More
The new iPad with its stunning retina display is a huge success. Apple has announced this morning that the new iPad will be shipping to South Korea and 11 other countries this week. This coming Friday, the iPad will launch in Brunei, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Malaysia, Panama, St. Maarten, Uruguay and Venezuela. And the Friday after, the brand new device from Apple will hit Colombia, Estonia, India, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, South Africa and Thailand. Read More
This time Apple is rolling out the iPhone 4S as soon as possible. Aircel has announced that it will be bringing in the device in India starting November 25. It is also rumored that Bharti Airtel will also be offering the device. Aircel has also posted a teaser coming soon picture on its Facebook page. Read More
Almost everyone seems to be copying Apple’s retail store success. Apple Stores are a phenomenon and gradually other mobile phone manufactures like HTC, Samsung, and even Blackberry are coming up with dedicated stores. A TheAppleGoogle reader from India has noticed an ironic picture that simply shows how good Apple’s marketing guys are. In the picture above, a Blackberry store in India has got something that will shock you. Read More
Google India has just announced that it will be rolling out “Street View” for Indian Google Maps users. Street View is a feature of Google Maps that offers 360° panoramic street-level imagery of a region. The feature is available in 27 countries, and offers details about streets with amazing details. Read More
CEO of Microsoft, Steve Ballmer was in India on 28th May 2010. In his keynote address he spoke about Microsoft’s focus on developing the use of blue tooth technology for supporting interface management in business. Development of hardware and software to provide total solutions, was the theme which he emphasized as being central to innovation for this organization.