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We’ve reached a point where numbers aren’t everything when it comes to flagship smartphones. Yes, it is important to have good specifications since customers expect the best at the higher prices but they are also looking for something else, something unique. This could be design, choice of materials used or a killer feature that no […]

The post LG G Flex review: LG’s ‘curveball’ is a unique Android experience at a great cost appeared first on Tech2.

Samsung in their neverending quest for world domination believes in overwhelming their audience and spoiling them for choice. There’s complete chaos in Samsung’s smartphone line-up as new models are added to fill every conceivable price bracket and phones launched a few months back are seeing price drops and overlap the new launches. A couple of […]

The post Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo review: An excellent, cheaper option if you’ve always wanted a Note 3 appeared first on Tech2.

We review the Motorola Moto X to see what the fuss is all about. Turns out, it's easily the best Android handset right now under Rs 25,000.

The post Motorola Moto X review: The best Android experience under Rs 25,000 appeared first on Tech2.

Cowon is a name that often comes up in a conversation revolving around media players or earphones. They’ve been one of the few companies that have managed to deliver value-for-money products back when the iPod was all the rage. But times are changing and Cowon seems to be doing what any sensible tech company should. […]

The post Cowon SP2 Bluetooth speaker review: A commendable first attempt appeared first on Tech2.

Samsung may be the leader when it comes to mobile phone sales, but in the camera segment, it is overshadowed by Japanese players such as Canon, Nikon and Sony. However, that hasn’t stopped Samsung from bringing out its SMART cameras. It has two main sub-divisions of its smart cameras – the point and shoot based […]

The post Samsung Smart WB350F Review: Great wireless implementation, but is that all that’s needed? appeared first on Tech2.

The Maxwell architecture based GTX 750Ti has been an impressive card as we have seen with the NVIDIA and ZOTAC versions for its price and power consumption. ASUS recently sent us their overclocked version of the GTX 750Ti with a dual-fan cooling solution. So let us check out if this offers an improvement over the other […]

The post ASUS GTX 750Ti OC 2GD5 review: Marginal improvement over stock card appeared first on Tech2.

After spending a good two weeks with the Micromax Canvas Knight, one thing is certain – Micromax is certainly stepping up their game when it comes to choosing the right ODM (Original Device Manufacturer) for the flagship. The Canvas Knight A350 kicks it up a notch in terms of aesthetics and design. Like everything from […]

The post Micromax Canvas Knight A350 review: Offers good bragging rights to the uninformed but fails as a smartphone appeared first on Tech2.

AMD announced a platform refresh with its Kaveri APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) with A10-7850K being the flagship model. Unlike the previous platform refreshes – Richland and Trinity – AMD has added some interesting functionality with the latest APU which we will look at in the review today. The Kaveri APU will require the FM2+ socket […]

The post Gigabyte F2A88X-UP4 Review: Ticks most boxes expected from a mid-range motherboard appeared first on Tech2.

The Plantronics Voyager Legend CS is the latest addition to the comapny’s Voyager Legend bluetooth headset series. The CS variant adds a docking station to the bundle which also lets you hook up your desk phone at the office. The Bluetooth headset comes at a hefty premium however, but is it worth it if you’re […]

The post Plantronics Voyager Legend CS review: Brilliant features but too pricey, even for professionals appeared first on Tech2.

The Elife E6 was a huge hit for Gionee and marked the company’s official entry into the premium smartphones category in India. Coupled with a glitzy launch affair, India finally took notice of an otherwise unknown smartphone maker trying to make a name for itself. The launch of the Elife E7 was an even grander […]

The post Gionee Elife E7 review: Great hardware, but custom UI is a stumbling block appeared first on Tech2.

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The meeting was allegedly held 12 hours before Baramati went for polls on April 17, along with 19 seats across the state.
"What the media is showing is like offering opium. If you chant Modi-Modi like a blind follower, you will regret it later," Kejriwal said.
IMA president Dr Jitendra Patel said the move, aimed at encouraging citizens to vote, would be valid for one week after the voting day on April 30.
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The meeting was allegedly held 12 hours before Baramati went for polls on April 17, along with 19 seats across the state.
"What the media is showing is like offering opium. If you chant Modi-Modi like a blind follower, you will regret it later," Kejriwal said.
IMA president Dr Jitendra Patel said the move, aimed at encouraging citizens to vote, would be valid for one week after the voting day on April 30.
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The technology proves the possibility of a new remote power delivery mechanism that has never been tried at such a long distance.
This short video looks at Bitcoin, the decentralised digital currency that has been making headlines.
With the 2-inch Google Chromecast device you can bring content from your different devices on to your TV.
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