Nandagopal Rajan

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.

Articles By Nandagopal Rajan

Canon EOS R review: Full-frame goodness now in mirrorless

Canon EOS R review: Canon and Nikon, the old leviathans of the camera industry, were slow off the block, but are now catching up with mirrorless cameras meant for all types of uses and users. Canon’s latest is the EOS R camera meant for professionals which also ushers in the era of RF lenses which have been optimised for full-frame cameras like this one.

Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch review: The best tablet just got better

Apple iPad Pro review: The iPad Pro is now good enough to let you leave your laptop at home and even if you are not thinking of this a replacement for a laptop, it is clearly the best tablet out there

Micromax sees opportunity in ‘new Indian consumer’, preps for series of smartphone launches

Micromax has already sent out invites for its next big launch, most probably a budget smartphone under its new Infinity series, on December 18.

Panasonic F-PXM55AAD review: Work hard and you can hear that

Panasonic F-PXM55AAD review: The Panasonic F-PXM55AAD is unique for as you switch it one as it has a louvre that opens up on top to release the filtered air.

Apple MacBook Air 2018 review: Yes, you can improve an icon

Apple MacBook Air 2018 review: A portable laptop which you can carry wherever you go and is good enough for everything you do

Saregama Carvaan Gold review: Nostalgia now comes with clearer audio

Saregama has tied up with Harman Kardon, by HARMAN to launch the Carvaan Gold with improved audio. Here's our review of Saregama Carvaan Gold

Uber Lite adds Uber Pool and Paytm integration in India

Uber Lite, the ride-sharing company’s made-in-India solution to take on underpowered smartphones and poor networks, has added access to Uber Pool as well as Paytmfor payments.

Banning porn sites a disservice to people of India, willing to work with government: Pornhub

Banning of porn sites with strict terms of service in a “disservice to the people of India” and will only lead people to “go to risky porn sites that may contain illegal content”, Corey Price, VP of Pornhub, said

Tagg PowerBass 700 review: For the bass lovers

The Tagg PowerBass 700 has a sleek and clean design similar to the earlier PowerBass 400.

Samsung Blue Sky AX7000 review: Power horse for large spaces

Samsung Blue Sky AX7000 review: Samsung Blue Sky AX7000 came across as a very powerful air purifier and one that is not intimidated by large spaces

ViewSonic PX747-4K projector review: The large image has its value

ViewSonic PX747-4K projector review: There is no other way to get a 300-inch 4K video in your home and just that makes it a good investment

Portronics Progenie pico projector review: A bit expensive, but good image quality

Portronics Progenie pico projector review: The Progenie is a bit expensive and you should have a really good reason to pay a premium for the portability

Facebook recorded 16,580 requests from Indian government for data in first half of 2018

Out of the data requests, 617 were emergency requests, almost triple the number for the period before, the bi-annual Facebook Transparency Report released today showed.

Audeze Mobius review: Music that takes you beyond headphones

Audeze Mobius review: The idea behind Audeze Mobius is to make audiophile grade headphone available at a more affordable pricing

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review: The best Android tablet. Period.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review: Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is in my books the best Android tablet you can buy

WhatsApp will fund 20 research teams to study spread of misinformation globally

WhatsApp believes that since 90 per cent of the messages sent are between two people and group sizes are strictly limited, its focus remains will have to be on educating and empowering users and proactively tackling abuse.

iProov hopes to bring face verification to every smartphone

iProov uses a combination of RGB to illuminate the face in a cryptographic sequence which remains unique for a person in his or her entire lifetime.

Plantronics BackBeat FIT 350 review: The perfect fit

Plantronics BackBeat FIT 350 review: At Rs 6,490, the Plantronics BackBeat FIT 350 is a slightly expensive, but a good, sturdy option

Apple CEO Tim Cook says company under pressure in India from weak currency; but bullish for long term

The Apple CEO said the currency weakness has been “part of our challenge” in India. But, Cook said, he views these as “speed bumps along a very long journey” and the long-term is “very, very strong there”.

Apple’s future: The iPad Pro is more powerful, MacBook Air becomes more mobile

Apple iPad Pro comes as the company relies on its sales. Also, the new MacBook Air offers better computing, while offering a comfortable mobile experience.