HTC Desire 516
LUXA2 Groovy Bluetooth Speaker
Karbonn Titanium Octane Plus
Asus Zenfone 5
HTC One (M8)
Micromax Unite 2 A106
Xiaomi MIUI reviewed
LG G3 First Impression: Great screen, smart design & power packed.
Xiaomi Mi3 quick review: Performance test, camera quality and design
Analysis: How can mobile VAS segment hit the revival path
Android sub 10K battle: Asus Zenfone 5 vs Moto E vs Xiaomi Redmi 1S
How tech is taking football to the next level
Classic FPS games are a dying breed
Slowly gathering steam...
The obsession within
Carmick Shift: Can John Carmack and Oculus Rift change the world?
Network coverage, speed and availability influence smartphone experience: Ericsson study
Xiaomi Mi 4 announced, runs on Snapdragon 801, 5-inch full HD display
Google Maps now available in Hindi, voice navigation coming soon
Facebook launches Save button to bookmark content
Windows 9 start menu leaked in screenshots
HTC Desire 516 launched in India for Rs. 14,200
Xiaomi goes for the kill, prices Mi 3, Redmi Note & Redmi 1S aggressively
ISPs block Torrent, hosting websites after court order: Reports
Asus launches ZenFone series of Android phones in India, prices them competitively
CyanogenMod finds 'Heads up' notification mode in Android
Obi Octopus S520
Samsung Galaxy S5 4G
Xiaomi Redmi Note
How to Set Up an NDK Project to Compile for Multiple Target Platforms
Guide: How To Implement native Intel x86 Support for Android Apps to boost performance
How to create your own TOR url
How to create your own lyrics video
How to become a cyber-forensics expert
How to migrate to an Android smartphone from any OS
How to become a social media star
Sony Xperia E1 Dual - First Impressions
Android KitKat Phones Under 10K
Karbonn Titanium Octane Plus Full Review
HTC Desire 516 Full Review
Bin Lin President & Co Founder, Xiaomi Global unveils the Mi Pad
Preview: LG G Watch smartwatch with Android Wear
Android app stores: 5 best alternatives to Google Play Store
Hands-On: LG G3, a flagship Android phone with an awesome screen
Xiaomi Mi3 build quality and size comparison
5 awesome, beautiful PC case mods
Register for the Digit.in Reward Program
How to earn points?
Apple is looking at partnerships with Indian content providers to stream content directly to TVs through the device.
Apple has officially launched the Apple TV in India for Rs. 7,900, almost a year after it was originally launched in the U.S. Apple has updated its India website accordingly and you can find the Apple TV listed under the iPod section of the site.
The Apple TV, for the uninitiated, is a media streamer that lets you stream and share content from your Apple devices and from iTunes to your HDTV. The device needs to be connected to your HDTV through HDMI, while it can pull content from other Apple devices over a wireless or a wired network. Apart from content you already own, you can also use the Apple TV to purchase content from the Indian iTunes store and view it on your TV.
Apple TV also provides access to a limited section of streaming content outside of the iTunes store but since most of the content is around Baseball and international finance, it's not really something that will become really popular. Apart from music and videos, you can also use the Apple TV to view photos from your iPhone or iPad or those hosted on iCloud, mirror content (like games) from your iPhone/iPod or iPad to your TV using AirPlay and watch videos from sites like YouTube and Vimeo.
While talking to ThinkDigit, an Apple India representative stated that the company was looking at partnering with Indian content providers to stream content using Apple TV, similar to the way American users can access video streaming services like Netflix and Hulu Plus on their TVs through the device. However, there were no specific details available right now.
There are already a bunch of HD media players available in the Indian market such as the WD Live HD, Asus O! Play Mini and the Amkette Flash TV HD. These media players let you stream content from external hard drives to your TV. However, the media player segment is yet to breakthrough in terms of mass adoption. It will be interesting to see whether Apple, with its new found interest in India, will be able to drive up sales of the Apple TV.
Edit: Apple has updated the price from Rs. 7,900 (as we earlier reported) to Rs. 8,295.