Articles by Nash David
Feb 20, 2017
Apple Music: Sometimes humans are better than algorithms in getting things doneApple Music is priced at Rs 120 per month. Where you get access to the complete Apple Music library for one user. You can also opt in for a family membership for Rs 190 per month with access for up to six people.
Feb 10, 2017
Apple AirPods: Feels impressive, once you overcome the fear of losing itI initially got the pair of Apple AirPods around New Year’s. Talking about the unboxing and pairing of the device with the iPhone, all you need to do is open the AirPod case.
Feb 02, 2017
OnePlus and Meizu: We have a Volkswagen moment in the gadgets world, but we need a solutionRecent reports of messing around with benchmarks by popular smartphone device makers OnePlus and Meizu has raised some concerns for me. To me, it’s no different than the Volkswagen scandal concerning emission numbers.
Jan 24, 2017
Self-driving cars to Note 7: Among many things, technology has taught me to trust it and accept its flawsLast year, among the most popular news stories was a series of device accidents involving the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Sometime towards the end of the year, I boarded a flight to the United States.
Jan 12, 2017
Amazon, data isn’t everything; consider emotions to humanise businessAt the outset, Amazon would need to consider customers as humans. There are no two ways about it. Customers aren't statistical entities that express growth in business.
Dec 22, 2016
Demonetisation: India needs to ramp up its fintech infrastructure to realise a digital economyPost-demonetisation, digital is clearly the way forward. We're a young nation. The banking fraternity in India has already adopted modern technology.
Dec 16, 2016
Demonetisation: The dilemma of cause and effect is hampering Indian technology brandsAlthough the country is moving towards digital modes of transactions, the simultaneous ban on high value currency notes has hit sales in several sectors.
Dec 12, 2016
Yes, there is a fake news problem, but curbing it isn't as easy as censorshipWe've all read about the fake news problem. Thanks to Donald Trump being elected as the next president of the United States, and supporters of Hillary Clinton accusing fake news for the surprise, there's now a larger interest in the fake news problem.
Nov 29, 2016
Fake news menace: Blame yourself, not Facebook or the rest of social mediaAmong the few things I've been pondering over the past couple of months is the recent spurt of stories around fake news online. It all began when the United States elected Donald Trump as its 45th President. As the world looked closely to details around counting, we were surprised at the momentum that Donald Trump was gaining.
Nov 23, 2016
Facebook India believes the world is already mobile, and is working to further its growthAccording to Umang Bedi, MD, India and South Asia, Facebook, the world has moved to mobile as its prefered mode of communication. For Facebook, the world is mobile. Not will be mobile. It is. Already.