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iPhone 12, an upgrade we can live without

With Apple announcing its iPhone 12 series, the prices of their last year’s smartphones have gone done, making it easier for consumers to upgrade to the iPhone 11 series On…

Google carving a new niche with the Pixel 5

With the launch of Pixel 5, Google is taking a step back from competing in the $1,000 flagship market that is pretty much dominated by Apple and Samsung Google has…

Apple store goes online, customers not so much

Though the company launched its online store in India, people are expressing a preference for physical stores over online purchases considering the high prices it charges for its products On…

September’s here, yet no iPhone

The month is Techtember, time for Apple to make its fanbase swoon over their new offerings The much-awaited event titled “Time Flies”, as predicted by the geek brigade was all…

Silicon leads the way

While government policies are often slow to bring about a positive change in the lives of people with disabilities, tech has taken the lead “Being a child of deaf adults,…

Monopolising tendencies 

As the battle between Apple and Fortnite intensifies, there is a deeper question that needs to be answered — should tech giants be allowed to establish their dominance to such…

Privacy matters 

Even as Apple’s ios 14 is being trolled for introducing long-existing features on Android, one cannot miss the lengths the company has gone to ensure data security and privacy of…

Why Python is the talk of the town

Technology has undoubtedly helped in easing the struggles amid the pandemic, but it is also important to understand the workings behind it that makes functioning of Netflix, Facebook and other…

Chipsets chip away profits 

As fans complain about the inferior performance of the Exynos 990 against the Snapdragon chipset, Samsung tries to minimise the damage The current smartphone industry has no dearth of quality…