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"Perceptual" implies the use of natural and immersive interaction with devices and includes touch, facial recognition and voice, among others. Intel thinks voice will emerge as a mega trend over the next few years, completely changing the way users currently operate a personal computer.

Priced at Rs 39,900, the Galaxy Note 2 features a 1.6GHz Quad-core Exynos processor, 2GB RAM and a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED HD (non-Pentile) with1280X720 pixels.
Android users need to be very discriminating while downloading apps.
The country's best gamers let us in on the technology that makes them score.
Powered by a 1.2GHz processor and 1GB RAM, the tablet performed well during browsing and while playing casual games.
It looks and feels like as compact point-and-shoot, which it is to the core. This camera is all about automatic modes and ease of use.
Of the 50-odd smartphones of various hues and sizes priced under Rs 10,000, here's a list of the best for you to choose from.
It might be the world's smallest full frame camera, but Nikon's D600 still weighs around 760 grams and can be quite a handful.
With more customers taking to the Internet to shop, it's become imperative to master search rankings. Here's how you do it.
Sam Abraham introduces new products and services to help you zero in on those that offer value for money.
It's raining budget tablets these days. The latest one to join the bandwagon is Wtab 7.2, from Delhi-based Champion Computers.