The tech boss talks TV price wars, and the brand's India strategy.
You can fool your friends into thinking you're shooting with an analog film camera.
The tiny plastic planter is removable so you can place it outside for a while if needed.
Smash the neon lights to bits by flinging something from your arsenal.
Longer battery life, smarter camera, face ID support: Things you need to know about the iPhone 11 line-up
For the first time ever, an 18W fast charger is included in the box.
MapmyIndia's Move app takes a unique social approach to make roads, cities & country safer: Rohan Verma
The MapmyIndia CEO shares how the Move app can help electric vehicles users at a hyper, local level.
It includes touchscreen, but has some limitations compared to Google Nest Hub and Amazon Echo Show 5.
You might even forget that you're wearing them!
The objective is to reach the finish, collect all stars on the way by avoiding obstacles.
If you like large, powerful phones, this is nearly perfect.
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