Yes, OnePlus has given us a legit way to purchase OnePlus 2 invites. The Chinese company on their official blog admitted that they have always known that people sell OnePlus invites on third-party websites. In their words, since they couldn’t beat them, they decided to join them. But all for a good cause.
OnePlus is auctioning a total of 100 invites. Fifty invites are already up for grabs and the next batch of 50 will go live tomorrow. Currently, the bidding range is between $151-$405 (Rs. 9,600-25,000 approx). Seems like a heavy cost added to a smartphone which costs only Rs. 24,999 ($400 approx.) You could look [...]
The revision to the HTC One aka the new HTC One or the HTC M8 was purchased by a lucky bidder on popular bidding website eBay for a meager price of $500 box packed in Verizon packaging.
Considering a number of leaks of the handset in the past, the box gives more details than required of the handset all set to launch on the 25th of March.
According to the box, the handset features a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 801 chipset, a 5-inch 1080p display, microSD slot for expandable memory and 32GB internal storage, a 5MP front-facing camera, UltraPixel rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, a Nano-SIM slot and 2GB of RAM.
The Ultrapixel camera in question is bound to be [...]
If you fancy owning a little bit of Apple history in the form of one of the very first Apple 1 computer systems, you will be pleased to learn that one of the rare Apple 1 computer systems is now available at auction by Christie’s auction house with a starting price of $300,000.
The first Apple computer designed way back in 1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The Apple 1 computer was the foundation of the business that the two Steve’s created in the 70’s and is firmly seen as a piece of technology history.
The owner is a 70-year old man [...]
Google Glass is nearing it’s completion and will very soon be available to to the 2,000 developers who had pre-ordered the device last year. Also, the people who’d taken part in Google’s #ifihadglass contest, and won a pair of these technological marvels, are beginning to receive their units.
Google’s #ifihadglass contest advertised for “bold, creative individuals” to start carrying pre-production builds of Glass later this year. The contest apparently also looked for prosperous individuals willing to pay $1,500 for the prize, plus travel expense to pick it up.