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May 01, 2013
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Reviews Wireless skip from Portronics

Wireless skip from Portronics

If you have been skipping the skipping rope in your exercise regimen due to the fears of tripping on the rope, maybe you should get a Portronics Wireless.
Living Tech Mobile technology gives cars a new spark

Mobile technology gives cars a new spark

While processors have already made their way into cars, you will soon see PC like interfaces and operating systems too.
Computing All-in-one PCs: How to buy the right one

All-in-one PCs: How to buy the right one

Till a year ago most purchases of all-in-ones were influenced by space constraints. Now, however, the all-in-one has become a complete PC.

Are all-in-ones PCs worth their price?

Till a year ago most purchases of all-in-ones were influenced by space constraints. Now, however, the all-in-one has become a complete PC.
Test Bench FujiFilm X100S: A camera for the experts

FujiFilm X100S: A camera for the experts

The USP of this camera and its differentiator from the X100 is its 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor with on-sensor phase detection auto-focus.

Zebronics Power Grid 7200MAH: Needs a bit more power

The Zebronics Power Grid has a 7200mAh battery and has two outputs of 1000mAh and 2100mAh.

BENQ L37-7010: Great colours, good value for money

At 37 inches, this LED television provides a unique option for those who don't want to spend as much as they would for a 40-incher.

Asus Fonepad: A complete package that is affordable

The Asus Fonepad is an Android Jelly Bean tablet which can take a 3G SIM card and facilitate calling.

Review: Huawei Wi-fi E5331 portable router

The Huawei Wi-fi E5331 is a compact router meant to work with your data SIM. This white pebble-shaped lightweight router is small enough to go in your pocket.
Mobiles Review of Huawei G510: New UI makes matters worse

Review of Huawei G510: New UI makes matters worse

Huawei has done away with the stock Android interface by loading its own Emotion UI. So, the phone doesn't have an app launcher tray anymore.

Review: Alcatel One Touch Ultra Idol

The company claims it is the world's slimmest Android smartphone and we have to agree that the 6.5mm thickness makes it easy to hold despite the big display.

How Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One stack up against each other

HTC One and the Samsung Galaxy S4 are both Androids armed with full HD and powerful processors.

Bringing the cinema to your smartphone screen

Smartphone displays are now getting bigger and better with even FullHD resolution and there are a host of apps that let you play any video format.

Gadgets & Gizmos lists the top smartphones in the market

Gadgets & Gizmos gives you the specs of top smartphones in different categories -

Review of Sony Xperia SP: Snappy Performance, Average Camera

Sony has loaded a 1.7Ghz dual-core processor with 1GB RAM, making this a very powerful and sprightly phone.
Level Up Game review: Injustice: Gods Among Us

Game review: Injustice: Gods Among Us

This street fight version of DC characters is a vast improvement from its previous installment. But, honestly, it doesn't really provide anything new.

Game review: BioShock Infinite

BioShock Infinite has actually managed to be a better game than its previous versions. The graphics and the sound effects married together up the ante.
Help Best laptop options within Rs 40,000

Best laptop options within Rs 40,000

I want to buy a laptop with good graphic performance and play latest games. My budget is Rs 40,000.
Launch Pad Samsung launches 8-inch Galaxy Note 510 tablet

Samsung launches 8-inch Galaxy Note 510 tablet

The new Galaxy Note 510 is an eight-inch 3G Android Jelly Bean tablet powered by 1.6Ghz quadcore processor with 2GB RAM.

Esprit unveils solar-powered watches

The Esprit Timewear Solara and Solaro are solar watches which need to be charged only once in five months.

Nokia Asha 501 to be launched in June

The new Asha 501, like its predecessors, seeks to blur the distinction between feature phones and smartphones by offering several of the latter's conveniences at an affordable price.

Intex launches dual-SIM 3G tablet at Rs 9,990

Powered by a 1Ghz dualcore processor, the device runs on Android 4.0.4 and has 4GB internal memory, expandable up to 32GB via a micro SD card.

Sennheiser launches headsets for gamers

A professional noise blocking gaming headset, the PC 350 Special Edition will stop audio from flowing out of the headset.

Sony launches wireless speaker SRS-BTV5 at Rs 3,990

The size of a tennis ball, the NFC-enabled SRS-BTV5 speaker is ultra-lightweight and packs a lot of sound.

Micromax launches 3D smartphone at Rs 9,999

The Micromax Canvas 3D has got a five-inch fulltouch display that doesn't require 3D glasses to view 3D content.

F&D launches new multimedia speaker F3000F

This is a 5.1 channel multimedia speaker with a sub-woofer boasting a 5.25-inch bass driver housed in a wooden cabinet.
Letters Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

With compacts, premium compacts and compact systems the camera space is becoming confusing. It would be great if you could explain how these are different and which camera suits which kind of user.
Best Buys The best gadgets as ranked by G&G: Tablet, Laptop, Ultrabook, DSLR and more

The best gadgets as ranked by G&G: Tablet, Laptop, Ultrabook, DSLR and more

The best gadgets in the market as ranked by G&G
Digital Life Should you install Facebook Home?

Should you install Facebook Home?

Downloadable from the Google Play Store, the application at the moment works only on a few selected devices.
Choice Samsung raises the bar with new range of smart TVs

Samsung raises the bar with new range of smart TVs

For 2013, it has announced 20 new models across price ranges. G&G reviews the new 46" F7500 which comes in the Series 7 televisions from the Korean tech giant.