Google–A company going through mid-life crisis? [Like Yahoo of late 90s?]

Few days back, read an article about Larry Page, Founder and now-CEO of Google attempting to pull Google out of its mid-life crisis. The article headline was catchy, but no justification of what exactly is this mid-life crisis about. Below…

ALIENWARE Launches New All-Powerful Laptops

Alienware is redefining mobile gaming – again – with two new, all-powerful laptops, including the M14x, which delivers unprecedented performance and portability; and an enhanced M11x, already a favorite among gaming enthusiasts, and the most-powerful sub-14-inch notebook in the universe….

News: Karbonn to buy South Korean Android Design Company, March 31st the new deadline for Blackberry

Indian mobile handset manufacturers have come of age and while Micromax is taking on Nokia head-to-head, Karbonn is going a step further with acquisition of South Korean design firm (Android device design) for $40mn all-cash deal. The deal will be…

IO 2014: Google pushes Android everywhere. What’s in it for developers?

At its IO Event, Google unveiled the next Android version, Android L, ability to run Android Apps on Chromebooks, Android TV, Android One and Google Fit.

Intel Focuses on Mobiles and Smartphones, Offers the Next Big Features

Chipmaker Intel is now looking to expand its footprints across smartphone and tablet devices with its all new Bay Trail processors that offer high performance at an affordable price.

Weekly Summary: RIL & Network 18; Flipkart’s New Round of Funding & More

Here’s a quick list of stories that you shouldn’t miss.

Tablet Sales Down as Phablets Take Over & Certification Bottleneck Chokes Supply

Tablet sales have continued to drop in India as well as the world. Recent report suggests that people have preferred phablets over tablet devices.

Mobile Video Roundup: Shotformats launches Tiny TV; swanbay.tv Launches in India

swanbay.tv will act as one stop platform for advertisers, content owners, mobile network operators and handset manufacturers.

The CommonFloor Journey : Frugal, Trumped Recession & Now has 80,000 Projects Listed on It

Commonfloor has increased its team size to 600 people, grown to over 18 cities and are eyeing profitability next year.