Wednesday , July 28 2021

TECHNOLOGY

Samsung Soundbars: Enjoy the Cinematic Sound in Your Living Room

  Homes have become the center stage for both work and recreations, making in-home entertainment one of the most important stress busters today – be it binge-watching your favorite show or action movie or playing heart-racing video games. This trend has led to rise in demand for soundbars that offers ... Read More »

The pros and cons of using an iPad for students

 Education has been gradually evolving to inculcate modern technology in its various forms within its scope. The traditional methods of verbal instructions have taken a backseat with the integration of digital methods of teachings. It is often said that visuals appeal to the imagination more than plain text. And the ... Read More »

[Invitation] Galaxy Unpacked: Get Ready To Unfold

We live in a time of accelerated change – from rapid shifts in work culture to the rise of cutting-edge communication technologies. Now more than ever, there is a need for flexible, versatile mobile devices that can keep up with the fast pace of our lives so we can maximize ... Read More »

[Interview] Exploring Infinite Possibilities for Lifestyle TVs

▲ (From left) Kyuseong Lee, Kang-il Chung and Sunwoo Kim, the lifestyle TV product planners at Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display Business   The characteristics of TVs are continuing to evolve in line with the latest trends and lifestyle patterns. Against this backdrop, the role of the television has expanded. Whereas ... Read More »

Samsung Launches #WattaMonster Galaxy M21 2021 Edition

  Samsung, India’s most trusted smartphone brand, today announced the launch of Galaxy M21 2021 Edition. The #WattaMonster smartphone provides all-round performance to Gen Z and millennial consumers. Galaxy M21 2021 Edition comes with monster 6000mAh battery for extended battery life, True 48MP Triple Camera with GM2 Sensor and stunning ... Read More »

How does the Pegasus spyware work, and is my phone at risk?

Melbourne : A major journalistic investigation has found evidence of malicious software being used by governments around the world, including allegations of spying on prominent individuals. From a list of more 50,000 phone numbers, journalists identified more than 1,000 people in 50 countries reportedly under surveillance using the Pegasus spyware. ... Read More »