Sony WH-CH700N wireless noise canceling headphones review

The CH700N is Sony’s latest pair of wireless noise-canceling headphones. After the excellent 1000XM3, Sony sought to create a more affordable version that will be accessible to more people, and thus the CH700N was born. The new headphones promise comfortable wireless sound, active noise cancellation, and excellent battery life. Today, Continue Reading

Asus ROG Phone review

Introduction Asus has never really been a run-of-the-mill player on the smartphone scene. Sure, the Taiwanese company’s lineup has been including more and more traditional offers in both the budget and flagship segments, as of late, but nothing really all that revolutionary, influential or memorable. One thing that has managed Continue Reading

Lenovo Z5 Pro GT is the first phone with Snapdragon 855, 12 GB RAM

Lenovo had an event today where its first triple camera phone, Lenovo Z5s, was introduced. Rumors suggested it will have “more than 8 GB RAM”, but apparently the company had a bigger surprise. It is called Lenovo Z5 Pro GT and is the first smartphone with Snapdragon 855 chipset and 12 GB RAM Since the Continue Reading

OnePlus 6T Starts Receiving OxygenOS 9.0.10, Gets Its First Open Beta; Rated Higher Than OnePlus 6 by DxOMark

OnePlus 6T gets two points more than OnePlus 6 The camera sees improvement in detail, bokeh, zoom, and dynamic range OnePlus has also rolled out OxygenOS 9.01.0 update for 6T users It’s official: earlier today, OnePlus revealed its new OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition smartphone. Set to launch in Canada on Continue Reading

How a Telephone Connection Plays an Important Role while Launching A Data Science Startup?

How a Telephone Connection Plays an Important Role while Launching A Data Science Startup? In recent years, data science has become a central element of the digital business as organizations connect systems and devices, use social networks, connect inherited and created by other databases, use data posted on the Internet Continue Reading

Google Shuts Down Censored ‘Dragonfly’ Chinese Search Engine Project After Internal Confrontation: Report

Google has reportedly shut down a data collection system The system was key to develop the search project Hundreds of Google employees raised internal complaints about the project Facing widespread criticism over its “censored” Search engine for the Chinese market, Google has reportedly shut down a data collection system that Continue Reading

Google to Not Offer Controversial Face Recognition Technology

At a time when pressure is mounting on tech companies to utilise facial recognition technology with care to avoid its misuse, Google has said it will not offer the controversial technology for now. Toeing Microsoft’s line which has asked governmentsacross the world to regulate this technology, Googlesaid facial recognition merits careful consideration. “Like many Continue Reading