Guide to new gadgets and technologies
Cover Story - G&G

If you are looking for a compact camera with telephoto-like zoom then your search should end at the Sony Cybershot DSC-HX300.

The Canon Ixus 135, with Wi-Fi, is slim and compact enough to slip inside your shirt pocket.
This is undoubtedly the best premium compact that money can buy, though we do not recommend this for amateurs.
Almost every gadget in your home can work without wires. In fact, anything that needs wires to connect is old fashioned.
Yes, they are all smart. but who is the smartest? We put four flagships phones on different platforms under the scanner.
The BlackBerry Z10 is the only smartphone that runs on the all new BB 10 operating system, on which the Canadian company has a lot hanging.
Of the handful of smartphones available on the Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 operating system, Nokia's flagship Lumia 920 is arguably the best.
You have got the best smartphone, so how about adding some interesting accessories to enhance the overall functionality and, yes, to protect your precious phone.
2013 is being called the 'Year of the Phablet'. These large phones, or small tablets, are becoming more affordable and popular by the day.
The X20 is a good premium compact for amateurs who want to go a step up but not buy a DSLR.
Apple iPhone 5 started it all. Five years on, the smartphone from Apple still sets most of the benchmarks.
HTC has kicked off 2013 in style and is giving a tough fight to the competitors with its new Butterfly.
And the winner of Gadgets & Gizmos' great smartphone face-off is -
A quick look at other phablets available in the market -
While browsing the web was very easy on the 5-inch display, it was a pleasure watching videos on the big display unlike other low-cost Androids.