Bluedio T2S Bluetooth Headphones

Review – Bluedio T2S Bluetooth Headphones

When you have a job like mine where you spend a lot of hours in the back or front of a cab or in air planes going from one city to another, it always helps to carry some parts of your daily routine along with you. For me this is largely my podcasts and to some extent my music. All of this is, of course,...
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Review – Creative Sound Blaster FRee Bluetooth Speaker

Let me be absolutely clear. I am not a music fan. I am not prone to purchasing music all the time and trying to keep up with all the new singers and bands that keep coming up all the time. What I do like to do is to listen to the same music that I enjoy listening to with a few new tracks and singles...
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Initial Impressions – Sony Alpha SLT A58

I have always wondered why people only consider Nikon and Canon when they are thinking of buying a DSLR camera. I wondered the same when I bought my first entry level DSLR, the Sony Alpha A300, and I wondered the same this time when I updated my shooter to the Sony Alpha SLT A58. As far an entry level...
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OnePlus One Long Term Review

When I first got the OnePlus One back in July 2014 there were already so many people writing reviews about the phone that there was really nothing more left to be said. It is difficult to write anything new about a phone that was surrounded by so much hype; both good and bad. There was a time when I...
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Review – New Kindle Paperwhite

I had been using a second generation Kindle since we got it many years ago and didn’t really feel the need to upgrade. mainly due to the fact that the newer Kindles up till now didn’t really have anything that was too much different. The Paperwhite Kindle got my attention. This device promised...
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Android Apps: Trigger

The most underutilized feature of my Nexus 4 has got to be the NFC. I can’t use it for payments because no one in India supports it. I can’t charge because the only decent charger for the Nexus 4 is not available in India and is really too expensive. What I can use it for is to automate tasks...
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Android 4.3 Review – Battery Life

I was able to update the Nexus 4 and the Nexus 7 to Android 4.3 pretty early after release because I followed some instructions on the internet that weren’t working for everyone who tried them. Obviously, you can’t let small things like these stop you from updating to the latest and greatest...
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Android Comes of Age with the Nexus 4 and Jelly Bean

Android has come of age. Both in terms of software and hardware. Apart from my previous smartphone, which was a Windows Phone 7.x device, I have always used Android devices. Two from Samsung and one from Spice. I left Android for Windows Phone after my Spice MI 410 was stolen and I decided that Android...
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Review: Philips HTS 5131S Soundbar

When it comes to home theater systems a lot of people believe that more is more. More speakers, more wires, more buttons to play around with. In a typical home however these kind of home theatre systems just look ugly. While they may be designed to sound good, they really aren’t designed to look...
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The iPad Mini

The iPad Mini is out, and the only thing I don’t like about it is the name. Sounds un-thought to me. Apart from that, there are only little annoyances that bother me based on what I have seen so far. The main annoyance is the fact that it looks like Apple will need to update this product pretty...
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