Nandagopal Rajan is Editor New Media. He writes on technology, gadgets and everything related. He has worked with the India Today Group and Hindustan Times and is an alumnus of Calicut University and Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Dhenkanal.
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CES 2018 is now in its penultimate day and we found some rare gadgets that all of us would love to own. In fact, over the years, these quirky gadgets have been the big draw of CES. Here is our pick of top quirky gadgets from day 3 of CES.
GoPro has been in the news this week with the announcement that it was pulling out of the drone segment and with buzz that the company could be up for sale. We spoke to GoPro founder and CEO Nick Woodman about the future of the company and their vision for India.
Ramping up its game in the private labels space, e-commerce major Flipkart used the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to announce an exclusive line of air conditioners and smart televisions under its MarQ label.
CES 2018 Day 2: GoPro Fusion with new Overcapture software, the 2018 edition of Dell's XPS 13 laptop, Lenovo Miix 630, Lenovo Vital Moto Mod and Ockel Sirius A, these gadgets impressed us the most on day two of the show
While the Winter Olympics in South Korea will be the first to get a full VR broadcast powered by this technology, Intel also announced a new partnership with Paramount to start an exploratory project for volumetric content
Intel has launched its new 8th Gen Core processors with Radeon RX Vega M graphics aimed at the enthusiasts community which is growing exponentially with gaming, content creation and virtual as well as mixed reality.
The pressure to change at a breathless pace has delivered a lot of half-baked technology and devices — many of which were eventually abandoned — into millions of hands across the world. Will 2018 be different?
In 2018, we know you will be inquisitive about celebrities and stars, fidgety about new incomes tax rates and curious about what PM Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi are up to in run-up to the big elections a year later.