Come OS X Yosemite, what next with desktop operating systems?

Now, that WWDC is over there has been a lot of buzz around the next generation operating systems that Apple has announced, both for the desktop as well as for the mobile. Dubbed, OS X Yosemite for the desktop and iOS 8 for the mobile, these two operating systems will be driving many a changes […]

Pace. Punch. Peace. #NaMo #NaMo

Hum Hindustani bahut jugaadu hote hain… bade bade vaigyanik bhi… hisaab nahi laga paate ki hum kaun si cheez ka istemaal kis kaam mein karengey… yaar-dost banane wali WhatsApp se, humne sarkar bana daali… The message marked the morning wake up greeting from one of my friends, on the morning of May 16th, 2014. In […]

Two Worlds. iPhone 5S and the Google Nexus 5

Many would call me a die-hard Apple fan. And those who’ve experienced the iPhone themselves would also find it difficult to deny. But then, work has brought me to a point, where it became necessary for me to walk into the Android world. And I’ll say it wasn’t easy to walk into. I talked to […]

Tim Cook. An Apple-timmy, please. Shaken, not stirred.

For over a decade and a half now, Apple has been seeing a rise in market-share and increased popularity of its many products which are contributing to the success of a company that is perhaps responsible for the very first generation of personal computers. From 1998, since Steve Jobs took over the reigns of a […]

Why wearable technology may not be successful

and why Apple might not launch the much rumoured iWatch… I would like to trace the genesis of wearable technology not merely from the time we started to “wear” our computers, but from the time when miniaturization took place, and we started to integrate circuits into our fashion accessories, or clothing. It might still be […]