June 3, 2010

3G: What does it mean to us?

If there is one term that is least understood but still continues to generate a lot of buzz, it has to be 3G. I’ll demystify this jargon and find out exactly what it is and […]
May 27, 2010

Flip: The ultra camcorder you’ll love

When a product has high KAF a.k.a Kid Approved Factor, its time to give the product a lot of respect. Ever since a friend gifted me the Flip Ultra camcorder, my 8-year old daughter loves […]
May 13, 2010

The magic of dual monitors

For the last two years, I have been half-heartedly thinking of setting up two computer monitors for my PC. One half knew it would be cool, the other half knew I would have to crack […]
April 29, 2010

The good and the bad of Amazon Kindle

It’s been over three months that I’ve been living with an Amazon Kindle. For those of you contemplating investing in an Amazon Kindle, this review would come in mighty handy. Amazon was one who practically […]
April 22, 2010

Promoted Tweets to generate more revenues for Twitter

In the four years of its existence, Twitter has been better known for its rapid growth and adoption amongst celebrities rather than for its business success. Talk about revenue models and you’ll be greeted with […]
April 15, 2010

10 tips to make your blog better

One of the oft-asked questions by newbie bloggers is, “How can I attract more visitors to my blog?” I often receive email requests which ask for tips on how to increase their blog’s traffic. First, […]
January 17, 2010

Face-off: Apple iPad vs netbooks

My 2-year old netbook recently went kaput and ever since I have been scouting the market for a new buy. It’s about the same time that Apple launched its iPad. It’s hard to resist the […]
January 10, 2010

This changes everything, again!

First big leap since the original iPhone” that’s what Apple said about iPhone 4. According to Apple, iPhone 4 will be more powerful, easier to use and more indispensable than ever. iPhone 4 comes with […]
February 26, 2009

User revolt pays off

Facebook recently kicked up a huge storm over the privacy debate when it tweaked its terms and conditions a bit. The tweak may have been small but its repercussions were so huge and Facebook had […]
September 17, 2008

Kiruba Shankar: Indian CEOs Take Up Twittering

Twitter is a micro-blogging tool that forces you to be concise. Unlike blogging where you are free to write however long you want, Twitter only allows 140 characters. That’s around 25 words. Two sentences. Many […]