First Impressions

  • LG G Flex with curved display: First impressions review 11-12-2013 04:31 PM

    New Delhi: LG showcased its first curved display smartphone, the LG Flex, in India, within two months since its global debut in October. While the phone has been announced for the Indian market, it will not hit store shelves until February 2014. The company has not yet revealed the price,...
  • Google Nexus 5: First impressions review 22-11-2013 01:35 PM

    New Delhi: LG announced the launch of the Google Nexus 5 in India a couple of days ago and I got my eager hands on a unit. The brief initial experience was enough to take a note of its new design and improved features. The Nexus 5, which Google has...
  • First impressions review: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 18-09-2013 10:23 AM

    New Delhi: As expected, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is in India just weeks after it was first unveiled in Berlin. Priced at Rs 49,900, the Note 3 will be available in India starting September 25. During the India launch event I got an opportunity to experience the device for...
  • BlackBerry Q5 first impressions review: Half a solution for BlackBerry 16-07-2013 05:33 PM

    New Delhi: Following the launch of the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10 earlier this year, BlackBerry launched its third BlackBerry 10 OS smartphone - the BlackBerry Q5 - in India at Rs 24,990. What could impress its potential users is its price. The Q5 is the cheapest BlackBerry 10 device yet...
  • First impression review: Samsung Galaxy S4 01-05-2013 03:10 PM

    New Delhi: We intend to use the top weapon in Samsung's mobile phone arsenal for a little longer before we post our full review of the Samsung Galaxy S4. Meanwhile, here are our first impressions about the much-discussed device that is the first phone with an 8-core processor. The Galaxy...
  • Scientists reveal why first impressions last 21-01-2011 12:12 PM

    Washington: It's often said that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Now, a new research has found truth in this old adage. A team of experts from Canada, Belgium and the US have found that new experiences that contradict a first impression become 'bound' to...
  • How you talk is how unknown people judge you! 21-12-2010 11:02 AM

    London: Move over, first appearances. It's actually how you talk which most influences how unknown people judge you, says a new study. Experts always thought visual clues took over when we categorised unknown people. Not any more. Now, a team at Friedrich Schiller University of Jena in Germany has found...