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  • 14-Jun-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Lumia 540: The hits and the misses

    Microsoft's latest mid-range offering is a promising device but offers no window to anything new

  • 13-Jun-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Jurassic World: Bigger? Yes. Better? Not really

    Jurassic World brings back the thrill of the last time dinosaurs hit the screens, but it fails to recreate the magic of Jurassic Park

  • 26-Apr-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Nexus 6: The six commandments

    Big, better, bulkier. Read on to find out if this should be in your pocket, that is, if you can fit it in the pocket

  • 29-Mar-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Moto Turbo: It's big, powerful & has punch

    If you are looking for a big-screen smartphone packed with a lot of features and can perform, this device will not let you down

  • 15-Mar-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Sony MDR-XB950BT: With some extra bass

    For all those who like to enjoy their music in a rich, uninterrupted way, the medium of sound output matters a lot. And when music needs to be on the go, the medium of output also needs to be on the go - hassle-free and portable.Sony's XB950BT is ...

  • 08-Feb-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    ESPN Cricinfo is ready for WC 2015. Are you?

    With a revamped look and new features, the ESPN Cricinfo app is all set to keep users abreast of the biggest cricketing extravaganza

  • 25-Jan-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    BlackBerry Classic: QWERTY days are here again

    In the Classic, QWERTY lovers might have finally found a device to look up to

  • 18-Jan-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    First impression: BlackBerry goes old school

    The new thing about the BlackBerry Classic: The return of the old features. Regular BlackBerry users will realise the Classic has a design that is close to the Bold 9900

  • 11-Jan-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    'Watch' out for the Moto 360

    With its simple design and easy interface, the Moto 360 could be the ideal smartwatch you are looking for - and, yes, it shows the time as well

  • 05-Jan-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Music streaming gets serious

    Exclusive music, micro-payments of as little as Rs 5, vernacular content - the brands are offering them all

  • 04-Jan-2015 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Your portable Android companion

    Apart from the existing stand, hold and tilt modes, users can now experience the new hang mode on the Yoga Tab 2. The new kickstand provides a solid grip on the tab

  • 07-Dec-2014 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Yotaphone: This one never sleeps

    While you are reading this, I want you to flip your smartphone and observe what you see. Most of us have swanky back covers, logos from brands that sell sometimes because of the logos itself. If not these, then we have the camera lens and a morbid ...

  • 30-Nov-2014 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Why Android Lollipop takes the cake

    5.0 reasons to love the latest update for Android

  • 23-Nov-2014 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Notion Ink Cain 2 in 1

    The Cain 2 in 1 has a 10.1inch IPS display with a 10 point capacitive touch panel

  • 09-Nov-2014 | Nitin Sreedhar

    The Note for all occasions

    The fourth instalment of the Samsung Galaxy Note is bigger and powerful. The author looks at whether it stands out in the phablet segment

  • 12-Oct-2014 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Nokia lumia 530: Affordable but not amazing

    The dual SIM smartphone is the company's bet for the beginner or low-end segment

  • 05-Oct-2014 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Cupid goes digital

    Forget love at first sight. It's about love at first 'swipe' now, as a bunch of apps are taking the concept of dating to a different level

  • 05-Oct-2014 | Nitin Sreedhar

    Moto X: The second coming

    Motorola is at it again. It cracked the budget smartphone segment with the Moto E and unlocked the mid-range segment with the Moto G. Now, the company has come out with another attraction - the all new Moto X. The new Moto X comes at a time when a ...

  • 28-Sep-2014 | Nitin Sreedhar

    First Impression: Xperia Z3 is premium and powerful

    Sony's UI gels nicely with Android 4.4.4, ensuring that the phone works smoothly

  • 21-Sep-2014 | Vipul Vivek, Agamoni Ghosh & Nitin Sreedhar

    Android One: The One for the multitude

    About 800 million Indians who don't have smartphones are in the cross hairs of Google's Android One project. The authors take a look at the first three phones launched in this programme recently