Gadgets

Ingenious Gadgets, Complex Challenges At All-New Spy Museum

May 10, 2019

A lipstick pistol, a button-hole camera, a lethal umbrella and an authentic waterboarding table: the espionage world’s heroic, ingenious and sordid sides are all on show in Washington’s all-new, much-expanded International Spy Museum. The hugely popular showplace that once conjured James Bond and Austin Powers as much as it did actual life-and-death Cold War intrigue […]

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Gadget in Extremis: EHT radio telescope array captures first picture of Black hole

April 12, 2019

We’re talking the rather-large black hole at the heart of Messier 87 in the galaxy Virgo A, which has now been captured by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) collaboration – a planet-scale array of eight ground-based radio telescopes. It’s been linking radio dishes across the globe to create an “Earth-sized interferometer” in order to measure the size […]

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Welcome to the Gadget Bridge App for Android users

March 23, 2019

Today is a momentous day for YA Media Networks as the company has launched its first Media app catering to an audience who want to read the latest news from the world of technology and gadgets called Gadget Bridge. The new-age news app has everything from the GadgetBridge.com website in a fluid mobile-friendly interface. The articles […]

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Samsung Galaxy A40 With 19:9 Infinity-U Display, Dual Rear Cameras Goes Up for Pre-Orders: Price, Specifications

March 20, 2019

Samsung Galaxy A40 has been launched in the Netherlands. The new Galaxy A-series model, which was initially a part of rumours and leaks, is available for pre-orders on Dutch online store Belsimpel.nl. However, the phone is expected to launch globally on April 10. Highlights of the Galaxy A40 include its ‘Infinity-U Display’ panel, dual rear […]

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Skoltech scientists unveil a new cardiac monitoring gadget

March 9, 2019

Credit: Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology A team of Skoltech researchers has created a device that can monitor a cosmonaut’s cardiovascular system during pre-flight training, space mission and after-flight rehabilitation. The results of their study were published in the international journal Acta Astronautica. With the advancement of digital technology, wearable and smart electronics are becoming […]

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A Calmer You, by Sonal Kalra: #IdiotAlert on a flight

February 17, 2019

The thing is that you find several varietals of buffoonery during flights. This week, one of my frequent short trips between Delhi-Mumbai made me realise a deep truth. When we travel, we work hard to carry stuff that’ll keep us entertained during the journey – gadgets, books, music. We hardly ever appreciate God for having […]

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Samsung Galaxy Watch Active, Fit and Buds leaked ahead of February 20 launch

February 17, 2019

Samsung’s lineup of its new wearables feature three new products.(SamCentralTech/Twitter) Samsung is yet to go official with its next line of wearables. However, the company seems to have accidentally given a peek into its upcoming gadgets- thanks to an update to its Galaxy Wearable app. The update, as spotted by SamCentralTech on Twitter, ended up […]

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Xiaomi vs Samsung: YouTuber’s unboxing of Galaxy M sparks controversy

February 17, 2019

Technical Guruji is a popular Indian YouTuber known for his gadgets unboxing and reviews. YouTuber, whose real name is Gaurav Chaudhury, has over 11 million subscribers on the video-sharing network. Technical Guruji is at the centre of controversy after the YouTuber unveiled Galaxy M phones at Samsung’s event last week. Taking a swipe at the […]

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Apple acquires Pullstring, AI startup behind ‘Hello Barbie’

February 17, 2019

 A customer tests a smartphone during the launch of the new iPhone XS and XS Max sales at “re:Store” Apple reseller shop in Moscow, Russia September 28, 2018. REUTERS/Tatyana Makeyeva/File Photo(REUTERS) Apple is pulling up its socks in the AI race and as part of its latest efforts, the iPhone maker has acquired a San […]

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