Technology trends

adapt or perish

The rate of growth of computational power over the last 50 years is the highest. For example, the cars are only twice as fast (maybe). Human brain remains the same (well, almost). On the contrary computational power has increased by a trillion times. Believe it or not, we are in the fourth industrial revolution and technology is powering it, driving it, is at the heart of it.

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I have been lucky enough to be surrounded by the latest technology by the virtue of my profession. But, in case your job doesn’t demand this, it is NOT an option any more. This section aims to update you with latest technology trends in terms of

  • Gadgets
  • Application Reviews
  • General Technology Updates

My Technological Wabi Sabi- My Damaged OnePlus

Yup. The inevitable has happened. My OnePlus has faced a serious hiccup in it’s 18 month journey with me. The front and rear camera don’t work any more. I have never been a fan of cameras in my entire tech journey but that was of course because I never had to live without one. So […]

Google Maps

How to Use Google Maps? Hidden Handy Features!

While pandemic may have impacted its sheen to some extent but I am sure when things get better, this piece of software called Google Maps is going to be a life saver yet again. If you know me, you might know that I suck big time at directions. I just can’t remember them. I did […]

Social Media account for kids

Social Media Accounts for Your Baby: Good Idea or Not?

Your social media grows up with you. I made my account on Facebook in 2009. Ever since, I have seen myself and my friends graduate. I have seen breakups, hookups. Cheesy posts, only a teenager from B class town could post and some highly intellectual random shit from someone working in a metro city. Probably […]

I hate reading

I Hate Reading: Unpopular Opinion

Ever since I was a child, I used to be overdramatic about everything. So when it came to consuming content, my favorite media was obviously sound and vision. Agreed that the notion of content has undergone a tectonic shift ever since, but reading was never my forte. I hate reading. As a child I could […]


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