Category Archives: Technology

New spy shots of facelifted Hyundai Xcent confirm revised design for rear-end

Hyundai recently launched a facelifted model for the Grand i10 in the Indian market. Priced in the range of Rs 4.58 lakh to Rs 7.32 lakh, it is their primary fighter in the B-segment and takes on the Maruti Suzuki Swift, Honda Brio, Tata Bolt and Nissan Micra. Now with the Grand i0 out on the market, we can shortly Read More


The Electric car scenario: Global

This decade has seen a paradigm shift in car makers’ and car buyers’ sensibilities. Global warming as a threat had been identified back in the 90s. But it is now that the average temperatures around the globe have set new records for consecutive years, when the world has realised that we should let go of fossil fuels and opt for Read More


Audi RS3 Sportback coming to Geneva

Audi unveiled the RS3 Sedan at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, while the new A3 went on sale in May last year. Following that, a new and updated RS3 Sportback is making its way at the forthcoming 2017 Geneva Motor Show. As with the RS3 Sedan, the Sportback will come with what Audi calls “world’s most powerful production five-cylinder engine” Read More


Ford to invest $1 Billion in Argo Al for autonomous vehicles

As part of Ford’s plans to introduce self-driving cars for commercial ride sharing fleets by 2021, the company has announced it plans to invest $1 billion over next five years in tech startup company Argo Al. Pittsburg-based Argo AI will help Ford build a virtual driver system and once developed it might also be licensed to other companies as well. Read More


Consumer Electronics Show 2017: Here’s what to expect

Las Vegas: With the world`s biggest annual electronics event — Consumer Electronics Show(CES-2017) — commencing, people expect to see a large range of Artificial Intelligence (AI) devices, robots and self-driving cars open a new window to the future of our increasingly technology-driven world. Technology giants that forayed into AI and self-driving cars last year are expected to update their designs Read More


Huawei Mate 9 with 5.9 inch screen: Key features

New Delhi: The is available to buy in the US from Friday. The key Mate 9 talking is the fact that Huawei’s Mate 9 ships with Alexa functionality pre-installed. Key features Display: 5.9 inch FHD Display Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080), 373ppi CPU: HUAWEI Kirin 960, Octa-core CPU (4 x 2.4 GHz A73+ 4 x 1.8 GHz A53) + i6 Read More


Panasonic launches new 4K camera at Rs 94,990

Bengaluru: Targeting sports, nature and wildlife photography, Panasonic India on Thursday launched a new 4K camera “LUMIX FZ2500” at Rs 94,990. The camera sports a 20x optical zoom and comes with variable frame rate, slow and quick motion effect, dolly zoom along with various functions required for professional video recording and can capture moments in 30fps. “Lumix FZ2500 is targeted Read More


Apple 2017 MacBook Pro to come with up to 32GB of RAM

New York: Apple is going to push for bigger RAM for the upcoming MacBook Pro. If online reports are to be believed, Apple will offer up to 32GB of  RAM in its high-end MacBook Pro models in 2017 and 16GB of RAM in its 12-inch MacBook. According to the report in AppleInsider, Apple`s 2017 laptop line will focus on internal Read More


ASUS ROG unveils new gaming notebook at Rs 94,990

New Delhi: Under its Republic of Gamers (ROG) series, Taiwanese company ASUS on Thursday launched ROG Strix GL553 compact ultralight gaming laptop in India at a starting price of Rs 94,990. The 15.6-inch GL553 offers a gamer-friendly keyboard powered by ASUS Aura with four distinct lighting areas for good gaming experiences in the dark. “The product is aimed at young Read More


Expected launch, key features of Samsung Galaxy S8

New Delhi: Samsung pushed back the launch of its alleged Galaxy S8 smartphone back to April 2017 from February 2017 earlier in order to gain confidence from consumers before making it available worldwide, as per media reports. Key features expected: 1) Airpods Rumour has it that Samsung will do away with the 3.5-mm audio jack in the new Galaxy S8. Currently, Samsung Read More