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

Alexa goes in depth for elections, into users’ homes for cricket

Alexa is now used more widely in India since its launch a couple of years back. The virtual assistant is available in at least 16 different devices and even as a smartphone app across platforms.

Amazon Alexa goes in-depth for India elections and into customer homes for cricket

In India, Alexa covered the elections this time, and it was the first time Amazon had to integrate features like candidate background, details. Amazon is also focusing on adding cricket-related features to Alexa in India.

Sony HT-X8500 sound bar review: Bring Dolby Atmos home

Sony HT-X8500 soundbar review: At the moment, the Sony HT-X8500 is among the best soundbars you can bring home, given that it performs excellently for both audio and cinema playback.

Jabra Elite 85h review: Very elite indeed

Jabra Elite 85h review: The Jabra Elite 85h is a good option for those who like to listen to their music for long hours or just use the headphones to concentrate better at work.

Here is how to use Apple Sidecar using the Mac and iPad

Apple Sidecar is almost like a new space on the iPad and the screen from the Mac behaves like an app could on the tablet. Here's how to use it.

Delhi boy gets to show app to Tim Cook, but wasn’t surprised

Indian student scholarship winners impress with apps, confidence: On the ground, Apple is also doing its bit to nudge youngsters to take up coding and app development.

Made in India, but for the world: Why Indian developers have to look outside for revenue

Apple WWDC 2019 | While it will be easier for Indian developers to make Android apps and thus get bigger numbers, they know those users are even more averse to paying for apps.

Apple ushers in more independence for iPad, Apple Watch

Apple has announced a slew of new software announcements that make some of its products like the Apple Watch and the iPad more independent and offer its users more security and privacy features.

Sign in with Apple: Here’s why this could be big

At WWDC in San Jose, Apple announced that it will offer a “Sign in With Apple” option for developers to integrate into their apps. While this might seem as a simple new add-on for apps, there could be more to this move.

Apple WWDC 2019: iPadOS could be the bridge between iOS and macOS

The power that the iPads now have seem to have got them dreaming. So from actual multi-tasking to running powerful apps, the iPad now can do everything. All that gets another big fillip with the iPadOS announced now.

WWDC 2019: Why Apple’s iOS and macOS worlds could converge more

Apple WWDC 2019: At the annual developer conference, Apple could give more insight into what some call Project Marzipan, Cupertino’s bid to help port more iOS apps to the Mac environment.

Dyson Lightcycle review: The magic lamp of our times

Dyson Lightcycle Review: The Dyson Lightcycle is a stunning piece of design. But then not a big surprise as we are used to such stunners from Dyson.

For Oppo, Reno will take over from F series

With the launch of its new Reno series, Oppo is likely to taper off its F series in the near future, Will Yang, CMO, OPPO South Asia told indianexpress.com. The Find series will continue as its flagship lineup.

OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 review: Good audio profile, convenient to use

At Rs 5,990, the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 is one of the best sounding earphones I have tested in a while. The audio quality and the ease of use makes this an easy product to recommend.

Sony GTK-PG10 review: A party speaker that serves more than you want

Sony GTK-PG10 review: The GTK-PG10 comes across as a party speaker that has thought through everything and offers all options for its users. Also, it is not that expensive at Rs 19,990.

Exclusive: Headphones will become central management interface for IoT boom, says Andreas Sennheiser

Sennheiser Electronics CEO Andreas Sennheiser explains on how batteries are still coming in the way of achieving the form factors needed for audio devices of the future. “I say it’s not a problem per se, but it’s just a compromise to be made.”

Canon EOS RP review: Powerful click, but not pricey

Canon EOS RP review: This one stands out among the competition because it is now the most affordable option in the full frame segment for mirrorless cameras.

Apple WWDC: Why more developer success stories from India could be under spotlight

Apple's WWDC: This year, don’t be surprised if you see more Indian developers on stage, or at least becoming the centre of attention in the smaller huddles

Saregama Carvaan Go review: Memories on the move

Saregama Carvaan Go Review: Saregama has come out with a mobile version of its music player called Carvaan Go, which is portable enough to be put in your pocket. Here's how it performs.

Explained: The push for, and the pushback against, facial recognition technology

The unease around the use of facial recognition stems from concerns over the loss of privacy, and fears that the state may be unwilling or incapable of protecting this fundamental right of citizens.

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