• Unleash Your Creativity With These 3D Printers

    A 3D printer enables users to create various objects, design concepts, replacement parts, and even tools in a relatively easy and inexpensive manner. Entry-level models offer a great entry into the engineering realm for kids and students. More advanced offerings on the other hand, can speed up the development process of products by easily churning out prototypes and parts.

  • Moto Z (2017) With Snapdragon 835 SoC, 4GB of RAM Leaked in Benchmarks: Report

    Shortly after Lenovo's rumoured Moto G5 Plus was spotted in a benchmark leak, another Motorola smartphone has now been tipped in new benchmark listing. The new Moto handset dubbed Motorola XT1650 has been spotted Geekbench benchmark listing tipping some of the innards of the handset that's thought to be the Moto Z (2017).

  • China's Largest Chip Company to Build $30 Billion Semiconductor Factory

    China's largest chip maker has announced it will invest $30 billion (roughly Rs. 2,04,579 crores) to build a new semiconductor factory, as the world's second largest economy seeks to reduce its dependence on foreign technology. The state-owned Tsinghua Unigroup will open the facility in the city of Nanjing in eastern Jiangsu province, where it will mainly produce chips used in consumer electronics such as cellphones, cameras and computers, according to a statement posted Thursday on the company's official website.

  • Snapdeal Unbox Sale Offers Reliance Jio SIM Cards, Deals on Smartphones, and More

    To celebrate India's Republic Day next week,Snapdeal has kicked off the Snapdeal Unbox India Sale. Snapdeal's three-day sale will offer deals and discounts till Monday, with the Unbox India Sale featuring smartphones and other consumer electronics.

  • Panasonic RP-BTS-50 bluetooth sports earphones launched at Rs 8999

    Panasonic has launched its new bluetooth Sports Earphones, RP-BTS-50 in India. The earphones comes equipped with a 3D flex hanger, a quick fit adjuster and a canal fit; which the company claims its perfect for workouts. The RP-BTS-50 is equipped with a bluetooth so you can take calls on the go. The earphones come embedded with blue LED lights on the edge, which the company claims will provide security to runners at night. They also come with IPX5 protection – a water proofing technology that protects the earphones from sweat and heavy rainfall.

  • Health Care Success launches Tango fitness bands in India

    Health Care Success has launched its range of activity monitors under the brand name Tango in India. The ‘Tango Wellness Motivator’ is CE certified and priced at Rs 4,990 on Amazon. The band supports 24 hour fitness data monitoring, step count, the number of calories burnt, distance traveled and also keeps a track of sleep. The band is also equipped with 3D accelerometer motion sensor, which company claims is accurate and precise.

  • CES 2017: Indian sports brand, Boltt to unveil fitness products on January 6

    Indian based sports technology company, Boltt is all set to debut its line of wearables and software solutions at CES 2017. The start-up aims to develop new age sports technology. The company will be unveiling their products exclusively at an event in Las Vegas January 6.

  • CES 2017: Seven coolest gadgets we saw at the world’s biggest tech show

    CES is the world’s biggest tech trade show and it takes place every year in the city of Las Vegas. Manufacturers from around the world show off their latest gadgets at Vegas, and this year was no different. From television sets to drones to smartphones to smart glasses, there were tons of new gadgets showcased for the first time at CES 2017. Here are the seven coolest gadgets from the show. This is the world’s first laptop with three-built in monitors. It basically combines three 4K displays into a single 17.3-inch notebook. The three screens will have a total of resolution of 11520 x 2160 pixels. That’s enough to give gamers a true immersive experience.

  • Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Charging Grip Will Be Sold Separately

    It's come to light that the Joy-Con Grip, included in the $300 Nintendo Switch launch bundle, doesn't let you charge your controllers while you play. Instead, you will need a separately sold Joy-Con Charging Grip, which costs $30 (about Rs. 2,000).

  • China to Develop Prototype Exascale Super Computer in 2017

    China plans to develop a prototype exascale computer by the end of the year, state media said Tuesday, as it seeks to win a global race to be the first to build a machine capable of a billion, billion calculations per second.