Money Today Archive Oct 27, 2013 Issue

Edition: Oct 27, 2013


Nandagopal Rajan

Home Smart Home

Home Smart Home

Soon, residential spaces will become as intelligent as the people who live in them. So, are we ready for the future?
  • Waking hour blues Feel like you never get enough time for anything in the morning? Some tips on waking up early, so you can finish crucial tasks with time to spare and give your day a good start.
  • Kick that Butt Calling it quits on smoking is admittedly a very tough task. Six ways to distance yourself from the habit.
  • The Micro-Workout Your regular routine leaving no time for a full-scale workout? A three-stage exercise circuit that will boost your metabolism and burn fat.
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Florida, USA
Fort Lauderdale, lives up to its nickname as 'yachting Capital of the world', hosting the 54th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
  • Frequent flier For 96,000 pound, fly to 12 casinos in eight global destinations over a period of four weeks. A gambler's dream come true! 
  • Jet, Set, Go No longer does the corporate traveller throw on his coat and rush to the nearest airport with only his clothes and toothbrush. Some tech essentials for your travels abroad. 
Navfree GPS Live: This app, which runs on user-curated map data, is frequently updated and does not constantly feed on your data connection.
  • Juice up your Phone While you can trust your smartphone to live up to its name, here are some smarter tips to ensure optimum battery performance over the years.
  • iRiver On If you like having your earplugs on when you work out, here's something that will give you something more than just your regular dose of music.
  • Tech you can wear With hi-tech visors and smartwatches, technology is coming closer to us than ever.
  • Top Shop Here's one for the roadie in you. All-Terrain-Vehicle maker, Polaris upped the ante by launching its powerhouse RZR XP 900 HO Jagged X Edition side-by-side.
  • Racing ahead in time To Commemorate and celebrate 50 years of its launch, the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph Daytona was launched at Baselworld 2013.
  • Into the Wild When it comes to being in the great outdoors, technology could spell the very difference between life and death. Presenting a list of gadgets that definitely deserve a place in your backpack.
  • Work that tech Ready for your handy office upgrade? From hybrid laptops to projectors and coffee machines, here is an array of some of the coolest new hardware that will not only help grow your business but also make you look good while you're at it. 
  • Kindle your Imagination The Paperwhite is finally here, and it is leaving no page unturned to make an impact on the Indian reader.
  • Art of Gifting This festive season, don't work yourself into a tizzy. Here are some pointers from Pooja Lal, director of 
  • Technology and You In this age of automation, arming yourself with the latest in tech is essential to stay two steps ahead of the rest. A look at some of the most futuristic gadgets to emerge this year.
Anindita Satpathi
Le Bistro du Parc
Want to unwind after a long day? Head to Le Bistro du Parc for a quaint dining experience.
  • A Taste of Mughlai The gastronomic feast that unfolds at the Kempinski's Indian cuisine restaurant Dilli 32 is delicate in its presentation of heritage dishes created in its open kitchen's tandoors, tawas and handis.
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