Tata Nano GenX Revealed; Bookings Commence
Tata Motors has revealed the Nano GenX. Dealers have already started taking bookings of the car and the booking amount has been fixed at Rs. 5000. The Nano GenX will be available in the XE, XM and XT trims. The company took to Facebook to unveil the car which will make life easier for those wanting a small car with automatic transmission. Currently, Maruti Suzuki is the only company to offer a small car with an AMT - the Alto K10. There are a whole bunch of colours on offer for the Nano GenX. Customers can choose from Damson Purple, Sangria ...
World’s first malaria vaccine could be available by October
The world's first viable malaria vaccine could be available by as early as October, after final trial results showed it can potentially prevent millions of cases of the deadly disease every year. The vaccine candidate (RTS,S/AS01) is the first to reach phase 3 clinical testing and is partially effective against clinical disease in young African children up to 4 years after vaccination, according to final trial data published in The Lancet journal. The results suggest that the vaccine could prevent a substantial number of cases of clinical malaria, especially in areas of high transmission. The findings show that vaccine efficacy against clinical and ...
Acer Liquid X2 With 4000mAh Battery, Triple-SIM Support Launched
Acer on Tuesday launched a new smartphone - the Acer Liquid X2 - but has not yet revealed pricing and availability details. Showcased during the company's New York press conference, the Acer Liquid X2's claim to fame is its massive 4000mAh battery and its ability to support three SIM cards. Notably, Lenovo this week also unveiled two smartphones with a 4000mAh battery, the Lenovo K80 (which also has 4GB of RAM) and the Lenovo A5000. The triple-SIM Liquid X2 houses a 5.5-inch display with no word on the display resolution, and is powered by an unknown 64-bit octa-core processor. The handset also ...
Apple Watch begins global launch — quietly
The Apple Watch made its global debut today in a launch aimed at making the California giant the overnight leader in wearable technology. The event was noticeably low key compared with the fanfare of other Apple product launches: None of the smartwatches were available in Apple stores in New York or around the world, meaning no long queues. Walk-up sales of the wristwear were limited to specialized and luxury boutiques in the nine launch countries. Some customers were expected to get delivery of the Apple Watch if they were among the first to pre-order when Apple opened online sales on April 10. At the ...
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