Guide to new gadgets and technologies
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Gadgets likely to make it big in 2014

2013 was the year of the phablet, with smart watches, Google glasses and hybrids on the Windows operating system thrown in. This year, the same trends will continue. We sum up what are likely to be the next big things in 2014.

 
 
Gadgets and Gizmos compare five latest smartphone offerings from big brands: LG G2, Sony Xperia Z1, BlackBerry Z30, Nokia Lumia 1020 and Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
With the Lumia 1020, Nokia has brought a 41MP camera to Windows Phone with some added features, lots of camera apps and a better design.
Yes, you will be ashamed to go to college without one of these. But which ones are ideal for students without burning a hole in their parents' pockets?
Do you go for the best specs, or do you stick to something that fits your overall budget while buying a laptop? Here are some easy tips to get over this dilemma.
For regular users, at least 12 mega pixels, 1080p Full HD video and a 10x zoom can be considered good features.
 
 
Gadgets and Gizmos lists out offers gadget makers are banking on to lure customers this festive season.
 There are lots of apps that lets you access educational content or help with research. Here is a pick of five great apps.

To stay ahead of phone cameras, compact cameras are adding new features like optical zooms of 20x or beyond and the ability to use multiple lenses.
It is among the few waterproof and shockproof cameras available in India. If you need an underwater camera, look no further