In this week's OnePlus blog, we talk about why OnePlus should bring 4G models along with 5G lineup in India and keep the options open for lower-priced OnePlus 8 series phones.
The mainstream adoption of printers is expected to gather further momentum in the coming years.
Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 9 Pro is finally official in India and here's our first impressions of the device.
The Realme Blog: Realme phones are getting better with every series and for this very reason, I don't see any need for the company to worry about the competition.
Sony NW-A105 Walkman is best suited for someone who appreciates 24-bit quality music and already owns a pair of high-end headphones.
Samsung was supposed to bring the Galaxy S20 Ultra at the same as the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus but has delayed the release of the top-end model.
Xiaomi is gearing up for its first big launch launch of 2020 for the India market: The Redmi Note 9 series. The Redmi Note series is one of the most important for Xiaomi, and one that has helped cement the company's success in the Indian market.
The Apple Blog: The coronavirus impact could end delaying product launches this year. From the so-called more affordable iPhone SE2 to Macs and MacBooks, a lot of products could be delayed in 2020.
The Vivo Blog: Vivo is getting ready to launch its NEX 3 5G and has confirmed the timeline for Android 10 updates to its phones.
The camera is where Oppo Find X2 Pro will be hoping to stand out from the company. For one, Oppo is not using a quad-camera at the back, and sticking with three cameras this time.
In this OnePlus blog, we talk about OnePlus getting over the mistake that was the OnePlus X and launching a new mid-range smartphone.
Samsung's Galaxy A-series is targeted at someone who does not want to spend a premium on a flagship phone but still aspires to have a device with flagship-like specs
Though Samsung still sells the most number of smartphones globally, the brand is under pressure in the premium segment where all companies drive values and profit.
When Apple launched the HomePod in 2018, many people had expected a “cheap” smart speaker that would sell for under $100. As a result, many were quick to write off the HomePod. That was never Apple’s intention behind the HomePod.
The Galaxy Z Flip’s design is less controversial than the Galaxy Fold’s candy-bar shape with a 4.6-inch display that turns into a tablet with a 7.3-inch screen.
Folding screen technology is certainly fascinating and worth keeping an eye on. But the consensus among consumer technology experts I talked to was that you and I should probably wait for the devices to mature before even considering buying one.
The innocuous-looking video file believed to have been used to hack Jeff Bezos’s smartphone says a lot about the technological sophistication of today’s spyware.
Internet-enabled industry disruption defined business strategy in the 2010s, but as 2020 begins, that era appears to be winding down.
It seems like Motorola has invented a 2019 version of the Flux Capacitor. That fictitious device from “Back to the Future” made time travel possible. Now, the phone division of Lenovo Group Ltd has to overcome the same kinds of struggles faced by the vintage film’s DeLorean-driving scientist.
Here is a list of the most underrated devices of 2019, maybe because they were released at the wrong time or overlooked because of other factors. We think they deserve a lot more attention.
Technology Trends of 2019: This year there were some critical changes in the personal tech space impacting smartphones, cameras, laptops and tablets. We at Indian Express take a look at some of the defining trends.
Time to take a look at what I consider as the best gadgets of 2019. The list includes the iPhone 11 Pro Max, Nintendo Switch Lite, Motorola Razr to AirPods Pro.
The process to develop a data protection law has been slow and opaque, and the rumours coming out of the government are not encouraging that the bill will deliver the privacy protections that Indians need and deserve.
There is a need for cooperative responsibility in the realisation of public values in societal sectors, centered on online platforms.
Google did release a press statement clearing the air on the Pixel 4’s India launch. But it failed to reveal the exact reason for not bringing its flagship smartphone to India. Experts believe the tiny Soli radar chip, which uses the restricted 60Ghz ISM band, in the phone “doesn’t comply with local laws” and this could be the reason.