LUXURY SMARTPHONES BY SAVELLI MADE WITH 18-CARAT GOLD, SAPPHIRE CRYSTAL GLASS AND RARE LEATHERS FROM BLUE OSTRICH, BLACK ALLIGATOR AND IGUANA

Diamonds are a girl's best friend: And now she can have them on her mobileHigh price tag: The Diamond Rain Savelli smartphone, worth thousands of pounds, features gold, leather and diamonds

 Is this the ultimate fashion phone? £6,500 mobile aimed at the style set made with 18-carat gold, sapphire crystal glass and decorated with diamonds 

  • Swiss-based company Savelli launching collection of luxury smartphones
  • Mobiles made with expensive leather, precious materials and gem stones
  • Comes with unique ringtones developed by French DJ
  • Most expensive will cost more than £76,000
  • Phones will be on sale at Harrods in UK

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FACEBOOK ADDED VIDEO TO ITS INSTAGRAM ALLOWS USERS TO RECORD AND SHARE 15-SECOND CLIPS

Video on Instagram lets users record 15-second clips, add filters and edit them together for longer videos

  • The service will pit the firm against Twitter’s hugely popular Vine app
  • Facebook bought the photo-sharing app in 2012

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XPERIA TABLET Z BY SONY IS THE MOST EXPENSIVE TABLET, A $500 TABLET TO SWALLOW IF YOU MUST

 

Sony India Launches Most Expensive Tablet: Xperia Tablet Z

 
Arnab Roy / June 16, 2013
 

The global competition to dominate the Smartphone and Android phone market is at its peak. With more and more companies entering the foray to grab a slice of this lucrative pie, customers seem to be at the better end of the bargain. India being one of the largest consumer market is one of the top priorities of every consumer goods including Smartphones or tabs. Recently Sony India launched its most expensive Xperia Tablet Z. The tab is loaded with inspiring features and some of the features are tailor made for Indian conditions as well. Here is a sneak peek into the most expensive Xperia Tablet Z from the stables of Sony India.

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LIFELIKE ANDROID ROBOT: HUMANLIKE ROBOT MADE PUBLIC APPEARANCE AT FUTURISTIC CONFERENCE

By Tanya Lewis, LiveScience Staff Writer |

NEW YORK — An extremely humanlike robot made a public appearance today (June 15) here at the Global Futures 2045 International Congress, a futuristic conference focused on the technological singularity.

Japanese roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro, director of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory at Osaka University, Japan, described some of his efforts to develop lifelike androids. But there were two Hiroshi Ishiguros onstage: the living, breathing one and a robotic lookalike. The bot’s human resemblance was striking, even down to its tiny movements and blinking eyes.

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