Tech Reviews

Podcasting App Overcast Goes Free with Improved Features and 3D Touch Support

October 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Podcasting services are having a sudden surge, especially with the likes of Relay FM and other new apps being introduced into the app stores. This splurge is now forcing the prevailing podcasting providers to have a rethink on what they are putting up in the markets. And as a result, we now have the Overcast […]

Cheapest Windows Phone: Nokia Lumia 530 Price and Features

August 14, 2014, By S Ranjita

Microsoft had launched the Nokia Lumia 530 earlier on July 23, 2014 but this time they have come up with the dual sim variant of the same version which was launched on August 13, 2014. The new version is available for INR 7349. The new version has almost the same and identical specifications, only it […]

Tata Zest Unveiled: Check Price, Features and Specifications

August 13, 2014, By Priyanka Agarwal

Tata Motor launched its new new passenger car in India, in an attempt to regain the market share and revive the losses incurred in the domestic business. The car which is introduced by the name of “Zest”, is a compact sedan which is built on a new fashion and has advanced features such as touch-screen […]

Crash of Xiaomi Mi3 Sale on Flipkart: Register to buy now

July 23, 2014, By S Ranjita

Chinese mobile phone Xiaomi Mi3 was outsold on the first day of it’s sale in the e-commerce website FlipKart, which is it’s only exclusive retailer in India. The crash had occurred after 12 noon on Tuesday, when the booking went live and it couldn’t manage to make any sale as it was outsold in it’s […]

Apple Devices Seen Outnumbering Windows PCs this Year

January 17, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple devices are set to outnumber Windows devices this year. Or that is what Horace Dediu, analyst with Asymco, believes. Dediu seems to have taken into account all Apple devices, such as Macs, iPhones and iPads when he compares their market performance with  Windows PCs. Though this may not seem like a fair comparison, it […]

Product Review: Remote Control with the Magic Kymera Wand

January 21, 2012, By George Lang

Move over Microsoft Kinect and Nintendo Wii motion-sensitive controllers, the Kymera Wand is about to perform some home theater magic! The buttonless, infrared (IR), remote control stick allows the home entertainment enthusiast to conduct a magical manipulation of electronic components with only the gestures of a wand. This gadget has opened a brand new swath of gimmickry for us […]

Red Scarlet-X 4K Camera Sees Huge Demand Despite Hefty Price Tag [Video Review]

January 4, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Shutterbugs, try this out! What we are talking about is a high-end camera from Red, christened Scarlet-X 4K. Offering native 4K recording, the snapper could be something many of you out there have been waiting to play with. Besides 4K recording, the camera has a body built with a strong material, and that allows for […]

Galaxy Nexus Offers a Yummy Ice Cream Sandwich Bite, Indeed

December 16, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Okay, at least some among you might have already had your hands on the Galaxy Nexus, right? The handset powered by the Google’s latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich was introduced back in October and now Verizon Wireless is carrying the device to you. A review of the device would come in handy for those who […]

Touch Screen Smudge Hassle Can Be Solved with Candle Soot and Silica Conditioning

December 5, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smudges caused by the touch of fingers on touchscreen have always been a problem, whether the device used is a tablet or phone. To eradicate the smudge issue, researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz (Germany) have found a way. And, it’s cool. Scientists from Germanyhave tested a combination of candle […]

Product Review: AmpliTube iRig is an iPhone App for the Real Guitarist

November 15, 2011, By George Lang

Last week we introduced you to an overpriced accessory for “guitar heroes” everywhere known as the iPic. This week, we found a reasonably priced one that is actually useful for the real guitarists out there. It’s called the AmpliTube iRig. The iRig works in conjunction with the Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch; as well […]

Product Review: With the iPic, Innovation has “Advanced” way Beyond the Pet Rock

November 10, 2011, By George Lang

Some of us are perfectly happy playing guitar for real; others need a gimmick. We just found the ultimate one for “guitar heroes” everywhere: the iPic! It sells for $14.99 online at or can be purchased at Guitar Centers and RadioShacks nationwide. Considering the price of a real guitar pic is about $3 per half dozen […]

HDC-Z10000 Professional 3D Camcorder: Not Just for the Pro

November 8, 2011, By George Lang

Panasonic, the originator of 3D camcorder technology, brings us the well-appointed HDC-Z10000; and, considering the starting price for industry-standard professional 3D camcorders is about $15,000, the $3000 price tag for the HDC-Z10000 seems remarkably enticing (CNET). The price, by itself, will not bring pro-3D camcorder technology to the masses; however, the serious amateur movie-making buff […]

Adobe Blur Reducing Feature on Photoshop Revealed [Video]

October 11, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Hope you remember reading about the Adobe Flash Player 11 and AIR3 that were released with added support in the graphics department. The latest from the Adobe stables is that the company is ushering in enhanced software that supports PC, tablet, mobile and other devices, and promises a different experience for users. Adobe’s latest update […]

Adult Cell Phone Users Prefer Voice Calls to Text Messages

September 21, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Texting is a paradigm of convenience for both the sender and the receiver, right? But the American adults do not totally agree! A survey conducted as a part of Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project shows that 53% of the adult mobile users prefer voice calls to text messages. And, the young adults […]

Intel Thunderbolt Set For Windows PC Strike Next Year

September 15, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Communication technology is expanding in a rapid pace, and Intel knows that very well. As you all are aware, the chipmaker is stepping into the groove with their new high-speed communications protocol, called Thunderbolt. The Intel Developer forum affirmed that the new technology will be launched in the Windows PCs by 2012. The company has […]

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