The most powerful tablet in the world

Mala Bhargava

Apple’s new iPad Pro line just can’t be beaten in performance, and the 10.5-inch model is specially great to carry around »

Ricoh PJ WXC1110: Carry your own theatre

Kishore Bhargava

When you think of a projector, the image that comes to mind is a large device with lots of cables a... »

Lenovo lines up new software and gadgets at Tech World Summit

Our Bureau

The Chinese company unveiled AI-focused technology and gadgets at the show »

Sennheiser drops the Momentum to the neck

Mala Bhargava

These in-ear neck-phones offer comfort and clarity at a bafflingly high price »

Sony’s shiny new head-turner

Mala Bhargava

The XZ Premium is all-glass and has a beautiful display, smooth performance and a neat camera trick »

Yureka: Back in shiny black

Mala Bhargava

Yu Televentures, the other Micromax, has been on the quiet side for a while. While its back has been turned, intense activity on the part of the Chinese brigade has kept the mobile market replete wit... »

Bring furniture in to your room and even a car - virtually!

Eye spy See how a sofa looks in your room before you buy

Mirza Mohammed Ali Khan

With smartphones becoming cheaper and flagships pushing the bar on specs with every iteration, their makers have to keep coming up with more and more innovative and sometimes bordering on outrageous f... »

Revolve your music Bose style

Mala Bhargava

These all-directions speakers take personal listening up a notch. And you can pair two for a party »

Oppo, Gionee showcase new wares at Shanghai MWC

Mirza Mohammed Ali Khan

Though the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai is not as big on phone launches and snazzy new devices as the one held in Barcelona, it throws up a fair share of interesting smartphones. Sadly, most such... »

Strong and stable gaming laptop

Jinoy Jose P

By law, gaming laptops have to be power-horses, ensuring seamless action. Gamers famously lack patience. In this dog-eat-dog world, even a minor glitch in performance meets with bloodshed. Slow starte... »

Plan your trip to your liking

Dinakaran R

There are travel apps and sites, but most of them operate like glorified travel agents. All we can do is to pick a ‘package’ from the list and pay up. What if you prefer a different flight? What a... »

OnePlus 5: The beast is back

Mala Bhargava

The ‘flagship killer’ that never settles now has heftier specs, a dual camera — and some inspiration from the iPhone »

HTC U11: This phone needs some squeezing

Our Bureau

Somewhere over the years, HTC, after having been at the forefront of pioneering the premium Android smartphone, lost out to other players. Despite having made the Pixel for Google, HTC’s own phones we... »

Sony’s SRS-XB40 is a sound and light show

Disco feel: The speaker lights up along its edges and pulses to music

Mala Bhargava

This portable Bluetooth speaker is for bassheads who like a bit of bling »

Meizu M5: Two economy variants

Meizu M5

Salmanul Farisy

Chinese smartphone maker Meizu is one of the players in the budget segment. The M5 is Meizu’s latest entrant and the phone comes in two variants — 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory, and 3GB RAM with... »

Value-for-money Bluetooth speaker

OK brain, you can stop thinking now

Moto G5: Good performance and camera

Essential: Back to pure and simple Android

These neck-phones from LG hide an innovation

Sheer nostalgia greets the new Nokia 3310

Motorola adds four phones to the budget line-up

Our Bureau

Lenovo-owned Motorola has had a spate of smartphone launches, starting March this year. After aiming the Moto G5 and the G5 Plus at those seeking a premium experience at a mid-range price, the company... »

HTC’s U11: For this phone, a squeeze will do it


Mala Bhargava

Taiwanese tech company HTC, actually the first Android player, is trying to emerge from bad times and recapture some of its lost glory. And why not. But it’s a tough job, made tougher by a number of d... »

VR in the thick of things at Shanghai Mobile World Congress 2017

Hold it right there Users will soon be able to pick up objects in a VR experience SHUTTERSTO

Mirza Mohammed Ali Khan

Welding is quite difficult to learn. And if you’re apprehensive about handling high voltage electricity, you’re all the more jittery. I dreaded the weekly welding class when pursuing engineering, and ... »

Sit back and Daydream with Google’s VR

Mala Bhargava

If you own a Pixel phone or even a Moto Z, you may have been waiting for Google’s Daydream View, the much-touted virtual reality headset that is supposed to be leading the way to the future of this te... »

Make way for the king of Android tablets

Mala Bhargava

Tablets are not exactly flying off the shelves these days. With phones being so big and laptops getting thinner and going ‘hybrid’, the outright need for a tablet has reduced. If anything, cheaper sma... »

Panasonic ups the ante with the Lumix GH5

Kishore Bhargava

This flagship from Panasonic will attract film-makers on a budget »

Digital diaries

Multi-tasking: Apart from diary entries, these apps also track appointments

R Dinakaran

There’s no shortage of calendars and apps for getting things done. But what about the good old diary? If you remember what it felt like to keep a secret diary, you’ll want to know whether this can be ... »

Skullcandy certainly crushes it with its Crusher headphones

Mala Bhargava

Here’s the deepest bass ever. The headphones are comfy but don’t blast them »

Sony Cybershot HX350: The compact pro

Mala Bhargava

This comfortable bridge camera is very likeable, easy to use and has a great zoom function »

On this budget phone, battery is the best

iVoomi Me 1+

Mirza Mohammed Ali Khan

Another day, and another Chinese smartphone maker releases its latest wares in the country. Just scrolling through online retailers should give you an idea of just how many companies have mushroomed, ... »

Cool and compact

Mi Router: Affordable and easy to use

For those who want to keep it simple on a smartwatch

Siri in a speaker, and more from Apple

Super-smartphones possibly headed your way this year

The Budget heavily focused on rural India and the farm economy, BusinessLine breaks down the key announcements and why it is necessary to focus on India's hinterland »

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