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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.

The case of the lost iPhone and a sour Apple
Fri, Apr 30, 2010

Apple has been crowned the third strongest global brand in the world and Steve Jobs seems to be already flexing his new-found extra muscle.

Virtually there
Sun, Apr 25, 2010

3D technology is going places,and it is taking you along for the ride

Office on a cloud
Sun, Apr 18, 2010

The new Microsoft Office 2010 will take work way beyond the PC

The art of posturing
Sun, Apr 11, 2010

Stress caused by computers is on the rise,but the right posture and good accessories can save you some pain

CITY heights
Sun, Mar 28, 2010

Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the ultimate urban adventure

A solid phone
Sun, Mar 21, 2010

The worlds’ first Snapdragon processor and new Android 1.6 OS give the Liquid some serious flow and depth

Tabbing the tablets
Sun, Feb 07, 2010

It’s not Kindle that the iPad will have to fight,but the big brawny tablet pack

Adding another dimension
Sun, Jan 24, 2010

The zombies slowly marched towards me,walking out of the screen,over the keyboard… No,this is no horror flick,but a snapshot of the new Acer Aspire 5738D notebook...

Will they,won’t they?
Sun, Dec 27, 2009

Cutting-edge technology that could make its debut in ‘10

Capture it,shut it,forget it
Sun, Dec 20, 2009

As long as the world continues to run on carbon-based fuels,CO2 emissions will be a worry. Countries are now experimenting on capturing this CO2 and storing it away. But there are concerns too....

India,Australia join hands for solar research
Wed, Dec 16, 2009

Soon,remote villages and small towns in rural India as well as the Australian outback could be powered by self-sufficient sustainable energy-based mini-grids....

Nations must think of 2015 as peak for emissions: Australia
Thu, Dec 10, 2009

Australia’s Chief Scientist Prof Penny D Sackett on Wednesday said nations must think of 2015 as the peak for emission if the Earth...

Attacks on Indians prompt Aussies to crack down on ‘visa colleges’
Thu, Dec 10, 2009

The road leading to the Parliament of Victoria is dotted with Indian shops and restaurants selling everything from the latest...

The price of size
Sun, Dec 06, 2009

If you plan to buy the Vaio X series start working out right away,for even a centimeter of flab will stick out if you decide to step out with the size-zero Sony in your hand.

A website in four steps
Sun, Nov 29, 2009

After the demise of Yahoo’s Geocities earlier this year,the free Airtel website builder seems to be the easiest way to get your webpage up and running...

First of the Androids
Wed, May 23, 2018

The Acer Aspire One D250 is the first Android netbook,but thank God it’s got XP too

Honey,they SHRUNK THE PC
Sun, Oct 04, 2009

Small form factor has made the CPU the size of a shoebox

Did you get the message?
Sun, Sep 13, 2009

An essentially Indian venture is using SMS to push the limits of social networking

Making sense of AdSense
Sun, Jul 19, 2009

Monetising your blog is now easy,thanks to a simpler version of Google‘s advertising programme....

An online world
Sun, Jul 05, 2009

My first hands-on experience with a computer was in the early 90s when my aunt returned to India after a long stint...

Let’s Flock together
Sun, Jun 28, 2009

Finally,here is a browser that is an actual extension of your virtual entity,your portal to the Internet,as you want it.

The News Revolution
Sun, Jun 21, 2009

Our correspondent studies how user-generated content covering the protests in Tehran is redefining the ground rules of journalism

On top of the pixel chain
Sun, May 10, 2009

Canon has come up with a point-and-shoot,sporting a 14.7-megapixel image sensor and promising a shot that can put even professional cameras to shame.

Director’s choice
Sun, Mar 29, 2009

Not impressed by the latest emotional concoction on offer from Bollywood? Well,it’s time to buy yourself a megaphone and light meter and catch the next train to Filmistan.

Business projections
Sun, Feb 22, 2009

Back in college,everyone would dread being entrusted any work with the ancient projector.