Its Christmas today! Along with the world the tech globe is busy doing a lot of preparations to attract a major segment of the tech enthusiasts, who are planning to buy tech products and interested in tech stuff including gaming and more.
Well it is Christmas time, and Google will be giving a choice for its employees- Samsung Chromebook, The Motorola Razr M, or a Nexus 7. Last year Google had gifted the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a custom back Cover to its employees.
At the same time, other major tech conglomerates including Apple and Samsung have posted Christmas themed apps ahead of the festive season, while some others like Rovio, the Angry Birds developer has updated their products with X-Mas themed requisites. On the other side, several online retailers are listing tech products under attractive deals, while app stores are selling premium apps for free or at lower price tags.
Below are the preparations made by tech companies. Have a look at the gallery to know how the tech world is celebrating the snowy season.
Apple iPad Mini Ad
Samsung Galaxy S3 Ad
For those you are wondering where Santa Claus, is you have to check out Google's Santa Tracker. To see on web click here. There's an Android app available as well and you can download it here. There is a game called Racer where you have to move Santa's sleigh and collect presents. There's another game called Present Drop where you play the role of Elves.
Angry Birds Seasons Christmas Update
Rovio has updated Angry Birds Seasons with Christmas update called Winter Wonderham, which is expected to have over 25 new levels throughout the month boasting a festive appearance, aurora borealis backdrop, slippery ice floors and more.
Online Christmas Deals on Gadgets
Tech freaks always tend to buy gadgets including smartphones, tablets, cameras and accessories online rather than visiting a retail shop. Hence, several online retailers are offering attractive discounts on gadgets. Check out the special Christmas Deals article on Gizbot.
Deals on Apps
Each day until Christmas several app developers are offering either all or some premium apps under discounts according to which users can download them either for free or by paying some minimal amount. Some famous apps include Halfbrick's Fruit Ninja, almost all EA games and more.