Micromax is one company that had given us the first smartphone with 30-day battery backup in the days of feature phones and looks like the company is still committed to delivering phones with long battery life. Not so long ago, Micromax had come out with its Juice handset to cater to this market and now it is taking the proposition to the next level with the sequel of that phone. The smartphone is called Micromax Canvas Juice2 and it comes with a 3,000mAh battery. The company claims that this smartphone will deliver talktime of...

Microsoft announced today on its blog that Windows 10 is launching this summer in 190 countries and 111 languages. The company didn’t name an exact date, but at least we know it’s not far off. Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for 7, 8 and 8.1 users when it’s available. It also confirmed that some partners like Lenovo and Tencent will offer “upgrade services” at service centers to get users onto the latest OS. We’d expect more of these partners to come onboard as the date gets closer. Buried in the announcement was also...

The popular Nexus 5 has been officially discontinued by Google. This doesn’t come as a surprise as Google was believed to stop selling the device sometime in the Q1 of 2015. This value-for-money smartphone has been discontinued in favor of the new Nexus 6. The search giant has told The Verge, “While some inventory of Nexus 5 still exists (with our retail and carrier partners), our focus is on the Nexus 6 at this time.” Though Nexus 5 still shows listed on Google’s Nexus page, the purchase link to the Play Store says...

  Apple has announced its all new MacBook notebook at its “Spring Forward” event, which also saw the official launch of the Apple Watch. While we all knew that the focus was on the smart watch, Apple clearly blew us away with its all-new MacBook offering. You could call it a premium notebook offering from Apple’s stable of PCs as the MacBook snugly sits between the existing MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro range. The new MacBook looks brilliant and comes in three color options to begin with, gold, space grey and silver....

Internet giant Google is making a version of its Android operating system to power virtual reality apps, the Wall Street Journal reported. The California-based company has set up a team of “tens of engineers” to build the version of the operating system that can be integrated in future devices, the Journal said Friday, citing two sources familiar with the project. It added that Google plans to distribute it for free, much as it did with Android in a move that made it the most popular operating system for smartphones. However,...