Highlights of the Gadgets and Gizmos November 2017 issue: -
Television sets that double up as stylish art pieces are in vogue. When switched on, they offer an immersive, high-quality viewing experience; and when switched off, effortlessly complement the home décor. Samsung, LG, Sony and Panasonic have a fine range of lifestyle TVs to offer. Know all about them in this issue’s cover story ‘À La Mode’.
Blurred background with a sharp focus on the subject is a photography trick that takes time to master. Not anymore though. Achieving the out-of-focus effect needs neither expertise in photography nor an expensive camera. What you need are apps that can render the blur effect to any picture you wish to take. Read our special ‘bokeh effect’ feature before you go clickety-click…
We bring you comprehensive reviews of the latest devices: the iPhone X, Pixel 2XL, Heelight Smart Bulb and the Amazon Echo Plus
What’s new in the tech world? Ultimate Ears Megaboom has launched a portable speaker that’s fit for outdoor parties; Apple Clips 2.0 has got an update that includes a redesigned UI and several cool features to accentuate selfies; and Google’s Voice Assistant can now identify songs for you.
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.