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  • Opinion

    Apples can be sour, but a need is a need

    By on September 18, 2017 at 11:21 AM.

    Apples can be sour, but a need is a need

    Apple launched three iPhones last week. One of them is priced at $1,000 (Rs 89,000 in India). Every year millions of consumers eagerly await what the next iPhone would bring to them. And this was not different. In addition to being that part of the year when Apple announces its flagship smartphone, it was also the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. More →
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  • Opinion

    iPhone X: What I saw in Apple’s most expensive iPhone ever, reminded me of BlackBerry 10

    By on September 13, 2017 at 3:36 PM.

    iPhone X: What I saw in Apple’s most expensive iPhone ever, reminded me of BlackBerry 10

    Last night, like many others, I watched the launch of the worst kept secret this year – the iPhone X. It’s just written X, but it’s pronounced 10. It wouldn’t be wrong to call it iPhone 10. Years ago, I used to vouch for my BlackBerry. More →
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  • Opinion

    Well done Xiaomi, you just reminded us that Android One exists

    By on September 5, 2017 at 1:50 PM.

    Well done Xiaomi, you just reminded us that Android One exists

    Exactly three years ago, in September of 2014, Sundar Pichai announced Android One – its platform for the emerging world. India had reasons to cheer, because Google cared. It was finally looking at the very basic needs of the tech-savvy Indian. Someone who aspires to enjoy the best of technology, and someone who’s keeping a close watch on the spending. More →
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  • Opinion

    ARKit: A definitive leap towards making augmented reality mainstream

    By on August 31, 2017 at 1:38 PM.

    ARKit: A definitive leap towards making augmented reality mainstream

    Augmented reality as a concept isn't new. Just like a lot of other concepts in technology, augmented reality (AR) has been through an evolutionary journey, growing and adapting itself like any other. The term was conceived in 1990 when researcher Tom Caudell at Boeing postulated it for use on the factory floor. A couple of months ago, at WWDC, Apple announced it was looking at AR in a huge way with ARKit. More →
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  • Opinion

    Android Oreo: Google has addressed consumer and developer concerns

    By on August 22, 2017 at 12:26 PM.

    Android Oreo: Google has addressed consumer and developer concerns

    In today's day and age, there are just two mobile operating systems in the world that matter – iOS by Apple, and then there's Android by Google. But today is owned by Google. It even banked on the eclipse with iconography accommodating subtle hints of the date and the occasion. Even promotional videos released by the cookie brand Oreo has scenes of droids witnessing a solar eclipse. It was all planned out down to the finest detail. More →
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  • Apple iPad Pro 2 रिव्यु: यह वही है जैसा आपने इसे बनाया है

    By on August 14, 2017 at 1:40 PM.

    Apple iPad Pro 2 रिव्यु: यह वही है जैसा आपने इसे बनाया है

    Apple iPad Pro 2- a.k.a Apple iPad Pro 2017 एप्पल की ओर से एक नया प्रोडक्टिविटी टैबलेट है। मैंने इस टैबलेट का इस्तेमाल लगभग एक महीने के लिए किया है। और जैसा कि आप सभी के मन में आना लाज़मी है मेरे मन भी इसे लेकर कुछ सवाल आये, जैसा क्या यह मेरे लैपटॉप की जगह ले सकता है? तो अगर आप अपने बड़े से लैपटॉप को एक स्लिम से डिवाइस के साथ बदलने की सोच रहे हैं, आइये जानते हैं इस रिव्यु क्योंकि मैंने काफी कोशिश की है कि क्या यह वह डिवाइस बन सकता है जो आपके लैपटॉप को रीप्लेस कर सके। More →
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  • Opinion

    Sarahah app: A social trend with potentially grave impact, but a harmless face

    By on August 14, 2017 at 12:50 PM.

    Sarahah app: A social trend with potentially grave impact, but a harmless face

    When you talk about Saudi Arabia, freedom isn't the first word that comes to mind. Cutting a long point short, there's essentially a lot of regulation and norms around social interaction, and the likes. Similar to the times of the Second World War, situations of absolute depravity tend to bring about a wave of innovation. Indeed, necessity is the mother of invention. The latest craze online – Sarahah – originates in Saudi Arabia. More →
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  • Opinion

    Google, you have the responsibility of engaging with divergent views

    By on August 8, 2017 at 12:59 PM.

    Google, you have the responsibility of engaging with divergent views

    Over the past couple of days, we've witnessed one of the world's most respected employers, run into some rough weather with an employee. Earlier this week, a Google employee put up a memo, which obviously became meat for media outlets across the globe. More →
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  • Reviews

    Apple iPad Pro 2 review: It’s what you make of it

    By on July 31, 2017 at 3:03 PM.

    Apple iPad Pro 2 review: It’s what you make of it

    The Apple iPad Pro 2 – a.k.a. the Apple iPad Pro 2017 – is the latest productivity tablet from Apple. I've been using the device for about a month now. And just like you, I had a specific question in my mind – would I be able to replace my laptop with this device? If you've been looking to replace your bulky laptop with a slimmer, swifter alternative, I’ll try to be as candid as possible. Please read on. More →
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  • Reliance Jio customer data leaked: Information of customers potentially compromised

    By on July 9, 2017 at 10:48 PM.

    Reliance Jio customer data leaked: Information of customers potentially compromised

    In today's day and age, security is a popular topic of discussion. After a report emerging earlier this year of 135 million Aadhaar numbers going public, it now appears that data of 120 million Reliance Jio customers could be exposed. More →
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