HTC has announced their flagship phone ‘HTC One (M8)’ in India, the successor to the popular HTC One M7. The One (M8) has been priced at Rs. 49,900 in India and will be available across the stores starting first week of May. Unlike Samsung’s Galaxy S5, the One M8 comes with 4G + 3G support for Indian networks. HTC has also launched the Google Play edition (GPE) of the HTC One (M8) in India, apparently the first GPE device to be available in India. The GPE of M8 comes at the exact same price of Rs. 49,900 and will be available for buying at the Google Play store within 2 weeks.

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As a part of spring cleaning process, you might be interested in cleaning up your Twitter account for unwanted apps and services. There are a lot of third-party apps like TweetDeck, HootSuite, Facebook, Instagram, etc. that require authorization to access your tweets and other twitter data. If you’re a heavy Twitter user then you might be surprised to see the huge number of apps that you’ve granted access to, over the long period of time.

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Airtel broadband users have an easy option to check the Internet usage for their account using the ‘Smartbytes’ service. For that, you simply need to visit the smartbytes website from the same Airtel broadband connection. Now, there is a handy app “Airtel Smartbytes for Android that allows Airtel users to check the data usage right from their Android device in just a single click! The app is developed by Anon and is in no way affiliated with Airtel.

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On Monday, April 7th a major vulnerability known as “Heartbleed” was found in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic library, that is widely used with applications and web servers. The sites and services across the Internet are thus busy in patching this vulnerability and updating the SSL certificates to protect their customers. As said, OpenSSL v1.0.1 through 1.0.1f (inclusive) are vulnerable and OpenSSL 1.0.1g released on 7th April, 2014 fixes this bug.

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Samsung’s flagship smartphone ‘The GALAXY S5’ was unveiled a month back in February at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The SGS5 has also been officially announced in India and will be available globally starting April 11th. However, Chainfire a senior developer over at XDA Developers forum has already managed to root the international SM-G900F variant of SGS5. The method applies only for Galaxy S5 SM-G900F (Europe variant) and now supports various other SGS models as well.

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Windows 8.1 Update 1, a significant update for Windows 8.1 was officially announced by Microsoft at BUILD 2014. The update was made available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers at the very moment, whereas its public availability was scheduled for April 8. This major update brings essential improvements and convenience for those using a keyboard and mouse. The update will be available via Windows Update, as a free package for Windows 8.1 users.

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MediaMonkey for Android’ was introduced in late 2012 as a beta release and now the final version of the app is available on Google Play. MediaMonkey for Android is more of a media manager for serious collectors than a music player. It lets users sync, navigate, and manage their media, providing a unified view of libraries across Windows and Android devices.

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Back in March last year, Piriform announced that CCleaner will be coming to Android. Well, the wait is somewhat over now as Piriform has released beta version of CCleaner for Android! The CCleaner Android app is available for Free from the Google Play store, you need to simply join their beta community on Google+ to download it. This release comes after months of R&D and involves huge amount of testing and feedback from users.

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Microsoft has finally released the much speculated Office for iPad. The real Microsoft Office apps for iPad, available as three individual apps – Word, Excel, and PowerPoint can be downloaded free from the App store. The apps have been specifically designed for iPad, to give users a familiar interface and fantastic touch experience. The free version of the apps offers the basic functionality to read, view and present documents, spreadsheets and presentations. You need an Office 365 subscription to edit and create new documents on the iPad. When you edit a document, you can be assured that its content and formatting will stay intact across all platforms. With one subscription all of your devices are covered.

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Here is an interesting promo for those looking for a reputed and reliable Antivirus software. You can simply grab a 6-month (180 days) OEM license of Norton Antivirus 2014 for Free, according to a promotion led by Facebook. One just needs to download the online installer or the standalone installer to install NAV 2014 Free for 6 months. There is no kind of registration or trick involved, as this is an extended 6 months trial license.

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Motorola Moto X, announced back in August 2013 has made its official entry in India. Moto X, the older sibling of Moto G is finally available in India through major online retailer Flipkart. Just like Moto G, Flipkart has the exclusive right to sell Moto X online in India. The black, white, red, royal blue, turquoise color variants of Moto X are priced at Rs. 23,999 while the Walnut and Teak variants are priced at Rs. 25,999. Currently, only the black and white color variant are available to buy, rest are on pre-order and only 16GB variant is available in India.

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Just came across a lucrative offer that one shouldn’t miss! If you’re a prepaid mobile user in India, you can avail a recharge balance of Rs. 1000 by paying Rs. 250 only. That’s a Flat 75% discount on your mobile phone recharge and that’s simply possible without any catch or extra efforts. This amazing offer is available through “Sendly”, a useful service that lets you simply Top up the prepaid phones of your loved ones! The service supports a total of 50 countries, including India. Check the instructions below.

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