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Scoring on Basics: The Five Reasons for the Chromebook’s Success

Scoring on Basics: The Five Reasons for the Chromebook’s Success

The news that Chrome OS devices had outsold Mac OS devices in the US in the first quarter of 2016 lead to a lot of raised eyebrows. To be dreadfully honest, it is not fair to compare an OS whose devices are generally priced in the vicinity of about USD 200 with another whose devices cost about four times as […]

 
     
 
 

Five Exciting Features of the New Google Home

Five Exciting Features of the New Google Home

As most of us anticipated, Google unveiled a voice-activated Bluetooth speaker (seriously, this consumer tech needs a new name) called “Google Home”. It isn’t a big breakthrough as it does basically the same actions you get on already available products including Amazon’s Echo. However, with Google’s search capabilities and some tiny neat additions, it might just be the best. Hence, […]

 
     
 
 

Five Amazing Things You can do with Google Assistant

Five Amazing Things You can do with Google Assistant

Google has always managed to keep us on tenterhooks when it comes to the yearly I/O program and this time around the Mountain View company gave us a glimpse at the technology of the immediate future, the one we would be able to use in a couple of months. Google Now has been one of the most useful feature on […]

     
 
 

Seven Press Release Mistakes Tech Brands Should Stop Making

Seven Press Release Mistakes Tech Brands Should Stop Making

They are an essential source of information. And are critical for an open communication environment in the media. We are talking of the humble press releases that might ever so often (and ever so unfairly) get deleted after barely a glance but nevertheless are perhaps the best medium a brand has to make any news regarding itself officially known to […]

 
     
 
 

Five Most Interesting Features of CREO’s Fuel OS

Five Most Interesting Features of CREO’s Fuel OS

Creo Mark 1 has been launched today and more than the device itself, it is the Fuel OS that seems to be more interesting for many of us. First things first, the Fuel OS is a forked Android OS which promises you an update every month. Unlike other phones, the update will not just fix the things that have gone […]

     
 
 

Smartphone OEMs are Finally Growing Up

Smartphone OEMs are Finally Growing Up

They reinvent, they succeed, they move on For years, smartphone manufacturers have tried to dominate each other by bringing some spectacular technologies to our handhelds. In a race for becoming the best in the market, OEMs have stuffed in features overlooking what customers actually need. This has been a periodical problem that has persisted over every season of smartphone launches. […]

 
     
 
 

Sudhin Mathur: Gently Backing into the Spotlight

Sudhin Mathur: Gently Backing into the Spotlight

“Have you had lunch?” Sudhin Mathur is one of the few senior executives in Indian tech who starts most media interactions with a query of his own. It could be about how the interviewer is feeling, the weather, or the traffic situation. Anything but technology. In an increasingly media savvy tech world, he is a breeze from a less hectic […]

 
     
 
 

The Only Mysterious Thing About Apple Events Now… the Invite?

The Only Mysterious Thing About Apple Events Now… the Invite?

Few days back, Apple officially confirmed that it’ll be holding an event at its Cupertino campus on March 21. A few years ago, such an announcement would have triggered reckless speculation, with people racking their brains to come out with what they thought the big A would be showing off on stage on that day, Well, it does so today […]