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Another Record Quarter For Wearables

Homegrown brands emerged as winner again, even as the India market logged 23.8 million units shipment in Q3, finds a study

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December 2021

Google's Wear OS Share Surges

Thanks to Samsung, which started using Wear OS with the Galaxy Watch 4 and achieved its highest quarterly shipments, narrowing the gap with Apple and reclaiming second place from Huawei

2 mins read
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December 2021

How big brands leverage the power of gaming content creators via engaging campaigns

Content around gaming is being consumed massively in recent years. With constant upgradation in technology and easy access to smartphones, gaming has successfully attracted a huge section of the population towards itself.

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December 2021

Cameras In Focus

Smartphone image sensors hit a milestone, as per a report

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December 2021

2021 Meta Year-in-Review

All things trending on Facebook and Instagram in India

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December 2021

Samsung Galaxy M52 5G

The Galaxy M52 from the house of Samsung has been launched in India with support for 5G.

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November 2021

Tecno Spark 8

Tecno recently launched the all-new variant parkeren Spark 8, 3+32GB storage variant that flaunts segment-leading features at an aggressive price point of Rs 9,299.

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November 2021

Zoook FingerPad

A multi-device keyboard with touchpad

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November 2021

VIVO X70 PRO

The camera king that's worth recommending

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Tagg Verve Neo Smartwatch

Light and sporty

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