OnePlus 3T Review

December 6, 2016    

OnePlus 3T Review is finally here! OnePlus 3T is the successor for OnePlus 3 smartphone which has released six months before by the Smartphone maker OnePlus. It gained lot of reputation in the world out of smartphones. 2016 has turned up as the best year for OnePlus. The company has come up with OnePlus 3 smartphone in the middle of the year and right after six months they launched OnePlus 3T. It is…    read more 

Google Timelapse lets you see how any location on Earth has changed in 32 years

December 4, 2016    

A lot has happened since 1984. It might not seem like such a long time, but in past three decades, Earth has changed in immeasurable ways, with cities rising, glaciers falling, and unprecedented disasters reshaping the landscape forever. With 5 million satellite images taken from 1984 to 2016, Google Earth’s new Timelapse update allows you to go anywhere on the planet, and see a perfect timelapse of the shifting landscape, whether you…    read more 

Reliance Jio to make big announcements today

December 1, 2016    

The Jio Welcome Offer, which allows people to use Jio SIM for free data and calls, is ending on December 3. For now there is no clarity on how the Jio service will be offered to all Jio users from December 4 but we do know that tomorrow the company is hoping to make an announcement or two that is likely to ease the worries of all those who are using a…    read more 

Reliance Jio starts testing of gigabit FTTH in India

September 15, 2016    

Earlier this month, Reliance Jio took the telecom industry by storm when it announced cheapest 4G data plans. At its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on September 1, chairman Mukesh Ambani also talked about the company’s plans on fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) service, which he said will offer broadband speeds up to 1Gbps. Now as per a report in Phoneradar, the company’s Jio GigaFiber plan is open for public testing and details of the tariff…    read more 

WhatsApp video calls are coming!

July 27, 2016    

Video calling interface spotted in latest WhatsApp update When WhatsApp finally got a voice calling feature last year it left us with just one question: when do we get video? There have been plenty of hints at its impending arrival and now the feature has shown up in the Android beta app. With Facebook in the driver’s seat, it’s a matter of when, not if, WhatsApp video calling is coming. Here’s what we know about how to make…    read more 

Top 10 Smart Phones June 2016

June 12, 2016    

One thing is pretty clear. Android has become the most ubiquitous computing platform on the face of the planet. That by default also means most people just buy Android smartphones. India is a great example of this trend as the average purchasing power doesn’t allow people to buy iPhones. India is generally an Android-first market compared to other markets. It is because Android smartphones are vastly cheaper – even the flagship models…    read more 

Top 10 TED Talks That may Change Your Life

May 5, 2016    

TED is a platform for ideas worth spreading. Started in 1984 as a conference where technology, entertainment and design converged, TED today shares ideas from a broad spectrum — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages. The summaries for all of the videos below are just quick introductions to the subject. They can’t really do these speakers’ talks justice, so hopefully you’ll have about 20 minutes…    read more 

Scientist Builds Fully Functional Hoverbike

May 5, 2016    

British plumber and inventor Colin Furze builds amazing hoverbike in his backyard!used a pair of motor and propellers designed for parasailing to build a FLYING HOVERBIKE and it really works. It is one of his most dangerous builds to date, But seeing how it flies it almost us want to own one too.   That being said, even though Colin is about the farthest thing you’ll find from a trained professional, you…    read more 

Satellites used for broadcasting DTH signals in India

April 21, 2016    

Satellite television is a system of delivering television programming using signals relayed from communication satellites which orbit around the earth at 35,786 KM above the equator in geostationary orbits. The signals are received via an outdoor parabolic reflector antenna usually referred to as a satellite dish and a low-noise block down-converter (LNB). A satellite receiver then decodes the desired television program for viewing on a television set. Receivers can be external set-top…    read more