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Surprise! Apple iPhone SE Actually Rated to Give Better Battery Backup Than the iPhone 6s

Apple at its ‘Let Us Loop You In’ event on Monday unveiled the new iPhone SE apart from a smaller iPad Pro. The company also announced several updates on its product portfolio including a major price cut on the Apple Watch. The latest 4-inch iPhone shares innards similar to the iPhone 6s but sport a design that’s reminiscent of the ... Read More »

With the iPhone SE, Apple Hopes Small Is Big Again

Apple Inc on Monday launched its least expensive iPhone, the $399 (roughly Rs. 27,000) iPhone SE (Pictures), filling a hole in its product lineup with a small-screen model that targets new customers in emerging markets and fans of smaller phones as the company tries to reverse falling phone sales. The low-key launch, held at the technology company’s Cupertino, California campus ... Read More »

Aromatherapy and Meditation: How the Sense of Smell Can Ease Your Mind

About ten years ago, I was inclined to research on the effects of the much talked about aromatherapy. Most people associated this with beauty aids and massages and presumed that it was a newly discovered science. It was only when I was requested by a leading multi-national company to organise a CXO-level de-stressing session through meditation, that I actually delved ... Read More »

Privacy on Android: The Battle You Have Already Lost

There is no shortage of cool new apps, from the one that turns your camera into an emergency flashlight, to the one that spontaneously materialises a taxi or groceries at your doorstep. Or the one that tracks your rapidly depreciating investments in real-time. As cool as these apps seem though, they are all probably spying on you. Unscrupulous companies could ... Read More »

Parents Should Stop Using Smartphones at the Dinner Table: Study

Are you a tech buff who is unable to keep off your phone even at the dinner table? In that case, your kids may not be happy with you at all, say researchers. A study which delves into the dynamics of technology and families reveals that the children of those parents who sporadically text even while driving or those who ... Read More »

BlackBerry Says It’s the ‘First OEM’ to Deliver Monthly Android Security Patches

At the time of the launch of the BlackBerry Priv, the Canadian smartphone company had assured that it will give a lot of emphasis on the security of its users. Four months later, BlackBerry continues to stand by its words. In less than 24 hours since Google issued its monthly security bulletin last week, BlackBerry released a patch to address ... Read More »

Factory Output Contracts For The Third Month In A Row

Factory output in January contracted for the third straight month, in an indication that the manufacturing sector continues to struggle with sluggish demand and overcapacity. According to data released on Friday, factory output — measured by Index of Industrial Production (IIP) –  contracted 1.5 per cent in January. The higher-than-expected decline was on account of the sharp de-growth in capital ... Read More »

The Most Iconic BMW Cars Ever Made

German automotive behemoth BMW celebrated its centenary on Monday and to celebrate this momentous occasion, we decided to dig into its history to trace some of the most iconic Bimmers to have been produced. The company has had an illustrious past which resulted in the creation of some exquisite machines in terms of both design and engineering. Here’s a glimpse ... Read More »

The Easiest Way to Stay Slim: Drink More Water

Staying slim or getting back in shape couldn’t have been easier, if this new study is to be believed. According to a team of researchers at University of Illinois, the easiest strategy to keep your weight down is to drink more water.  The study, published in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, examined the dietary habits of more than ... Read More »

Playing The Division on Windows PC? Don’t Upgrade to Nvidia’s Latest Drivers

Video card company Nvidia released a new driver for its GeForce GPUs. Dubbed as the Game Ready Driver version 364.47, it brings a host of optimisations to improve your experience in Ubisoft’s shared world shooter The Division as well as Need for Speed which hits PCs this month However those who have upgraded to version 364.47 have been hit with ... Read More »