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HindustanTimes Fri,22 Aug 2014

Gadgets

New Apple software brings Macs and iPhones closer

Apple on Monday unveiled the new operating software it hopes will create a seamless experience for users flitting between its coveted mobile devices and popular Macintosh computers.

Hot gadgets at Mobile World Congress

Technology giants released eye-catching new devices at the world's biggest mobile fair in Barcelona. The four-day Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, concluded on Monday. Here are a few hot gadgets from the event.

Logitech Z600: Elegant, easy but no bang for the buck

Out of the box, the Logitech Z600 is a chic pair of speakers; two cylindrical units wrapped in fabric grille with gentle teal-blue accents – a somewhat Apple-esque design that gives it a neutral appearance.

The 'Mac' turns 30: Apple fans expect a birthday party in Silicon Valley

The Macintosh computer, introduced 30 years ago Friday, was at the core of a legendary rivalry between late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and Microsoft mastermind Bill Gates.

iPad Air more popular than iPad 4, says study

Apple’s recently launched iPad Air, touted to be thinner and faster is reportedly outpacing the iPad 4, new data has revealed.

Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p review: a high-performance laptop for work and play

Better known for its robust and reliable Thinkpad series, Lenovo has been a popular choice in corporate circle. But with its Y510p, another addition to its gaming line, the company is poised to outdo itself.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3: pricey but note-worthy

If you’re not used to handling tablets, the first thing you notice about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is that it’s big, very big. This makes it a great phablet but it’s definitely not a pocket-friendly phone, in ways more than one.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3: pricey but note-worthy

If you’re not used to handling tablets, the first thing you notice about the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is that it’s big, very big.

Review: Sony's smartwatch good, but not essential

Sony's new SmartWatch 2 doesn't get as much attention - and doesn't do as much - as Samsung's Galaxy Gear computerized wristwatch. But for the things it does, Sony's version performs better.

Review: Xbox One

The Xbox One is a chunky black box that's a little larger than its predecessor, the Xbox 360. It arrives with a respectable library of 22 titles, all sold separately. By and large, they look just as pretty as their counterparts on Sony's PlayStation 4, which came out last week.

Better Mac screens tempting with price cut

A MacBook Pro laptop with a high-resolution screen measuring 13.3 inches diagonally now starts at $1,299, or just $100 more than the heavier version with the regular screen

Review: Lighter iPad Air narrows gap with Mini

You do pay more for an iPad than most of its rivals, but you get better app selection, ease of use and, with the new Air, an elegant design.

Review: Curved phone falls flat, literally

At first glance, the Galaxy Round appears similar to the Galaxy Note 3 phone, which also has a big display measuring 5.7 inches diagonally. I could see the Round's left and right edges were raised slightly only when viewed from the top or from the bottom.

Review: Refinements add up in new Mac system

There isn't one thing that jumps out with Apple's new Mac operating system, known as Mavericks - and that's a good thing.

Review: Button location sets LG's G2 apart

LG's flagship mobile gadgets - the G2 smartphone and the G Pad 8.3 tablet - are great mobile devices that have fantastic screens, top-end cameras and ample processing power.
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