Flying Cars from AeroMobil to Take Flight by 2017

March 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Ever mused over the next arenas upon which automotive engineering would be stepping its foot next? Ask Juraj Vaculik of AeroMobil and the answer would seem interesting. Leading the men at AeroMobil, Vaculik has been dealing with the book works on flying cars. And it soon may turn into a reality. We have set our […]

Done and Dusted; Google Halts Further Sales of Nexus 5 Devices

March 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Nexus_5

It’s time we give the miss to the Nexus 5. Rumors of the next Nexus has been seething up over these days and we knew, that the day was not far on which we would wave goodbye to the once cherished handset.. Google has now taken back the Nexus5 smartphone out from the device listing […]

Eyefi New Mobi Pro Wi-Fi SD Card Comes Big, Lets You Decide What to Transfer

March 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Smartphones these days enjoy tech brilliance compared to the regular cameras. But the professional shutterbugs  still would vouch for the cameras. The dedicated photo snapping devices have taken things far ahead indeed. Among the innovations are the latest crop of Wireless SD cards. Not quite a big-hit among casual photo lovers for its hefty price-tag, […]

Talking Barbie Seen as Creepy; Privacy Concerns Voiced

March 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
talking barbie

Wouldn’t it be amazing if your Barbie doll is given a form of life with a talk back service? The makers of the fashion dolls are now coming up with a feature. So it’s now time to say ‘Hello Barbie’. Barbie adorers may certainly be pumped up, but not all nurse similar views for the […]

Apple’s New Macbook: What’s Good and What’s Disappointing

March 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Whenever Apple makes some key product announcements, they make sure to hide the ‘overpriced’ tag with their own trademark touches. With the recent announcement of the new MacBook, they have done that yet again. Priced at $1299, Apple has just unveiled their thinnest ever Macbook that boasts a wide array of features. However, the device […]

New Android Update Turns Your Phone into a Useless Piece in Case of Theft

March 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Not long ago, we had reports that bragged of the huge success of Apple’s Activation Lock feature. The number of stolen iPhones in cities like London and New York witnessed a dip with this new anti-theft feature. And it’s never been habitual that their rivals will stand muted to this. Google, the leading rival of […]

Rotating Cameras Could Ensure a Spot in the Upcoming Asus Zenfone

March 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Remember the funky little innovations Nokia brought during their time of reign? Those were plenty in numbers. And the one that was offered much awesome photo snapping features included the camera-centric 5700 device, which had let us point the shooter at any angle without rotating the device entirely. And if that’s how David Chang defines […]

Ericsson Accuses Apple of Patent Violation

February 28, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Being a tech-giant is as hard. Competing with rivals is one thing, but even stiffer is to go through the narrow path of not being charged with any implications for patent violation. Apple, one of the largest names in business hasn’t been someone successful in going through that shallow path. The most recent is an […]

Second Gen Moto E Arrives with Notable Upgrades

February 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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We knew it would certainly be landing in our midst, but it was just a matter of when. But now Motorola has rolled out the answers. The second-gen edition of Moto E has finally shown up with some broadly lifted features and as usual, for a sounding price tag. Moto-E was one of its kind […]

AMD Carrizo SoC Revealed; Emphasis on Energy Efficiency

February 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It’s often tough in the modern day computing world to find a balance between performance and battery life. Things have turned out to be a matter of prioritization. When we were up for the news that AMD is revealing their new SoC, we all thought the tech giants to follow the path of Intel by […]

Ryo Adapters: There’s No Way You Could Plug in Your USB the Wrong Way

February 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Year 2015 will be marked for the revolution of Type-C connectors that will strut their speed and reversibility. But we are not yet into the stage for their voluminous consumption, and may still have to wait for unearthing their caliber. And as with the normal cables we are using, it’s still a muddle to run […]

Tricks and Tweaks to Mend Your Non-Charging MacBook

February 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The sight of your MacBook yelling out loud to get the juice it demands is pretty sorrowful. That sight turns helpless when you have your MacBook showing up no sign of a battery charge, even when plugging in your charger. The issues could be many, and the prime cause may be with your battery itself. […]

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