ANALYZED: XOLO X900

If you read our past articles, we noted that Intel was planning its entry into the smartphone market. After some delay (it was to be made available for purchase on April 23rd), the Intel powered Xolo X900 is finally here in India. Despite all the anticipation around the Xolo, we just wish Intel

ANALYZED: SONY XPERIA SOLA

Continuing with our reviews of Sony's Xperia line-up, we took a look at the sola. We would put the sola in the middle of the Xperia pack considering its not so top end features. It is bigger than the Xperia Ray we tested and smaller than the Xperia S. From a looks perspective it

ANALYZED: SONY XPERIA RAY

We've all heard the saying all good things come in small packages. It definitely holds true in the case of the Sony Xperia Ray. It is smaller than most of the other smartphones in the market but it packs all the features of the bigger phones. It is lighter than comparable

ANALYZED: NOKIA N8

Before the newest crop of smartphones hit the market this year, the Nokia N8was considered among the top of the line models. Its shot at fame was all due to the 12MP camera with Carl Zeiss optics. It also came in an affordable package which drew a lot of customers towards

ANALYZED: BLACKBERRY PLAYBOOK

The BlackBerry PlayBook was meant to be a direct competitor to the iPad. It even comes in three variants - 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, just like the iPad. So how does it fare against the iPad? In short... not even close. Yes, you get the latest version of the BlackBerry OS but

ANALYZED: BLACKBERRY BOLD 9900

It is astonishing to see a company like Research in Motion (RIM), makers of the BlackBerry, a product once synonymous with corporate communications, fall out of grace with the market in such stupendous fashion. The company has not been doing well lately with dipping stock prices, corporate restructuring and in