Hitesh Raj Bhagat

  • PCs get a new spin

    PCs get a new spin

    Computer designs have stayed largely the same for many years, but Computex 2013 which concluded last week in Taipei, celebrated the whimsical.

    ET Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 510

    ET Review: Samsung Galaxy Note 510

    Samsung’s Galaxy Note range is expanding — the Note 510 (or the Note 8.0 as it’s called in some markets) offers all the features of the popular Note II.

    ET Review: Canon EOS 100D

    ET Review: Canon EOS 100D

    With the included 18-55mm kit lens, the camera weighs just over 400 grams and is about the size of a small prosumer or Micro Four Thirds camera.

    ET Review: LG Google Nexus 4

    ET Review: LG Google Nexus 4

    They are devoid of any manufacturer customisations (no custom interface or bloatware) and are always the first to get the latest Android updates, directly from Google.

    ET Review: Asus FonePad

    ET Review: Asus FonePad

    Look around the back and you’ll see the prominent ‘Intel Inside’ logo. This is the first tablet powered by a single core, 1.2Ghz Intel Atom processor.

  • Hitesh Raj Bhagat

    Celebrating the gadget that fostered my childhood

    If you’re anywhere between the ages of 10 and 50, you’ve probably heard of the Walkman – Sony’s iconic brand, first invented in 1979. At the time, the cassette tapes had been around, and they...

    Hitesh Raj Bhagat

    Why the light bulb is responsible for your gadget lust

    Why the light bulb is responsible for your gadget lust It was the early 1900’s when the tungsten incandescent bulb was first invented and commercialised. It was the culmination of decades of research by hundreds...

    Hitesh Raj Bhagat

    The Problem With Indian Movie Theatres

    The problem with Indian movie theatres With all the piracy that’s doing the rounds, you would think that movie theatres would be a concerned lot. Sure, they’re always on the lookout for someone recording their...

    Hitesh Raj Bhagat

    Smartphone prices: The skimming pricing scheme

    If you think that smartphones are getting too expensive, you’re not alone. The psycologial Rs50k barrier was broken long back by the iPhone 5S and now the Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8) are also...

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