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The Killer Keyboard for the iPhone 6s Plus Comes from… Microsoft

The Killer Keyboard for the iPhone 6s Plus Comes from… Microsoft

Its battery life (an iPhone that lasts a day on a single charge) and its camera have made the iPhone 6s Plus perhaps my favourite iPhone of all time. But that has not stopped me from vehemently cursing it at least once a day. The reason? Form factor. The 6s Plus (and its almost similarly sized predecessor, the 6 Plus) […]

 
     
 
 

Kindle Oasis Review: A Digital Goldleaf for e-Bookworms!

Kindle Oasis Review: A Digital Goldleaf for e-Bookworms!

The Kindle has been with us for more than eight years now (it made its debut in late 2007 – the year which also saw the world get a first glimpse of a phone from a certain company in Cupertino) – and in that time has carved a niche for itself as being without doubt the best option for anyone […]

 
     
 
 

InFocus Bingo 50 Review: Refreshingly Different

InFocus Bingo 50 Review: Refreshingly Different

A couple of weeks back we presented our first impressions on the Bingo 50 by InFocus, the American smartphone maker and whatever little time we got to spend with it, was more on the positive side. In a world that is filled with phones that are hard to tell apart thanks to similar design conventions followed by most of the […]

 
     
 
 

HalfTicket TV Android Smart Stick Review

HalfTicket TV Android Smart Stick Review

HDMI dongles for televisions are nothing new. Amongst them, Google Chromecast promised to be an extremely low-cost way to turn any TV with an HDMI port into a smart TV, letting you stream content to the dongle from your smartphone, tablet or any other device running Chrome. Naturally, few others followed suit, like TeeWee, which was from an Indian startup. […]

 
     
 
 

Timex Metropolitan+ Review: Smart? Yes, But a Watch First

Timex Metropolitan+ Review:  Smart? Yes, But a Watch First

One of the biggest challenges facing smartwatches and fitness bands is appearance – for, barring a few worthies like the Apple Watch and the Moto 360, they tend to look a bit on the ordinary, chunky, geeky side. And that is something they can ill-afford. After all, they are going up against the good old wristwatch, which tells its user […]

 
     
 
 

Samsung Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 (2016) Review

Samsung Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A7 (2016) Review

Samsung’s flagship phones in the Galaxy range are one of the most anticipated releases year after year and always pack the best possible hardware in them, and also come at a very premium price. But not everyone requires so much power. What if someone needed all the style and build that the flagship phones have, but can do with midrange […]

 
     
 
 

Review: RingID Sets a New Benchmark in Low Bandwidth Voice and Video Calling

Review: RingID Sets a New Benchmark in Low Bandwidth Voice and Video Calling

With WhatsApp leading the pack, the app market seems to be spinning out messaging apps on a daily basis and while some of these do stand out with their unique features, most others fail to impress. RingID is yet another app that wants to bring people closer but it seems to be derive its inspiration from a completely different ideology. […]

     
 
 

Oppo F1 Review: Elegant, Compact and Affordable

Oppo F1 Review: Elegant, Compact and Affordable

Oppo is known for making well designed premium phones and India has been one of their handpicked choices when it comes to their international markets of keen interest as well as investing a damn good amount in terms of overall smartphones business. From making either budget/midrange or super premium phones, Oppo now jumps into making phones that will be known […]