Gadgets

Netgear Arlo Baby review: A better baby monitor

Netgear’s Arlo line consists of security cameras for indoor, outdoor, and on-the-go monitoring. With Wi-Fi baby monitors all the rage, it’s not shocking that the manufacturer has set its sights on “guarding your most precious asset.” What is pleasantly surprising is just how well it pulls it off. On the outside, the $250 Arlo Baby has little in common with ... Read More »

Jio’s 4G VoLTE Feature Phone With Smartphone-Like Features Leaked in Video: Price, Specifications, Features, and More

HIGHLIGHTS Details of the long-rumoured Jio feature phone have leaked once again Features and specifications of the mobile have been tipped The Lyf/ Jio 4G VoLTE feature phone is expected to launch on July 21 Jio’s 4G VoLTE feature phone with smartphone-like features is expected to make an appearance at Reliance Industries’ AGM next week, and a new leaked video ... Read More »

Windows 10 Build 16241 gives the best sneak peek yet at the Fall Creators Update

As Windows 10’s next big release date nears, the latest Insider Preview Build 16241 gives us a solid sneak peek at what the Fall Creators Update will look like. You’ll see a some significant new features, including Ubuntu support, update delivery options, and improved Task Manager visibility. But tellingly, Microsoft also opened its final “bug bash” challenge. That means the ... Read More »

How to transfer everything from your old Android phone to your new one

  Update 7/12/17: We’ve added a video to illustrate the process of moving your data from one Android phone to another. Moving to a new phone can be a pain. Android might have the edge over iOS when it comes to tight integration with cloud services, but Google still has a ways to go when it comes to effortlessly transferring all ... Read More »

Top 10 Tech Gadgets Under Rs. 1000

In this modern era, technology gets cheaper and cheaper as the days progress and if you’re running low on cash or share a strict budget, here we present to you the top 10 tech gadgets to buy under Rs. 1000 only.   Sennheiser CX180 street II, In the ear earphone – Amazon.in @ Rs. 990 This is one of the ... Read More »

Google Rolls Out Panic Detection Mode In Android 7.1 Nougat To Protect Users From Malware: How Does It Work?

Google quietly added a new panic detection mode in Android 7.1 Nougat, a feature that will help protect users against malware. Hacking incidents have been on the rise recently, as malware such as CopyCat, which infected over 14 million Android devices last year, and Xavier, which was found in more than 800 Google Play Store apps, recently made the headlines. While user awareness ... Read More »

With Customers Glued to Smartphones, Businesses Turn to Texting

It’s no secret that people are addicted to their smartphones. In a Time Magazine/Qualcomm study, 68% of people said they sleep with their mobile phone next to the bed. When they wake up, they check their phone within the first 15 minutes, most often to read or send texts, a Deloitte survey found. Our mobile phones are never far away from us, and ... Read More »

Sleep gadgets aim to lure customers craving a good night’s sleep

Pillows that track your snoozing patterns? A bed that adjusts based on how much you twist and turn? Companies are adding more technology into their products, hoping to lure customers craving a better night’s sleep. Some specialized businesses are making gadgets that promise to measure and improve the quality of slumber, while mass-market retailers like Best Buy are offering simpler ideas like the effect ... Read More »

When your best Android apps come from Microsoft

Google may strike me down, but I’m going to say it anyway: Some of the best Android apps I’ve used come from Microsoft. I’d even go so far as to say that as an Android developer, Microsoft has done what it couldn’t with its own mobile platform—actually make you a Microsoft phone. (Microsoft has in fact given up on making phones, ... Read More »

GST UPDATE: Gadgets that may become expensive

SMARTPHONES Most mobile phones may get costlier by 4-5% with the government imposing a goods and services tax (GST) of 12%, taking away the benefit under duty differential that was being offered to local manufacturers. Under the new proposed GST rate, while imported phones will become cheaper, most of the locally-manufactured phones will get costlier. The industry said that it ... Read More »