Highlights of the Gadgets and Gizmos July 2017 issue:
Cover story: Building a website is easy. Neither does it require you to spend a ton of money, nor does it require technological expertise. If you are entrepreneur or harbour the dream of becoming one, the cover story this issue is especially for you. We list some easily accessible do-it-yourself site builders for you to get your business up and running.
Feature story: If you have been thinking about splurging on a smart TV, hold your thought. Smart TVs are no longer the smartest choice. There are cheaper, far more convenient options to stream content from the web. We evaluate three streaming devices – Google Chromecast (2nd generation), Amazon Fire TV Stick and Apple TV (4th generation) – on five parameters to help you make an informed choice.
Reviewed: The new 12.9-inch iPad Pro promises a smooth work interface along with uninterrupted play time. Is the hype worth your money? We bring you an in-depth account of Apple’s newest wonder.
Launchpad: Heads up on the new devices launched this month – Xiaomi Mi Max 2, Energizer smartphone accessories and Asus ZenFone AR
From the Internet to the iPod, from cell phones to laptops, technology rules the lives of urban Indians. Gadgets and Gizmos, a monthly magazine, cuts through the techno-babble by simplifying complicated technology into easy to understand information bytes that readers can use in buying and planning their technology. It uses its state-of-the-art test lab to put the latest gadgets through the toughest drills and then pronounces its verdict for readers. Because technology should make life simpler, not more complex.