We have two affordable TWS earbuds under Rs 3,000 from Skullcandy and OnePlus that offer excellent sound quality in this segment.
We look closely at Realme’s latest wireless earphones that claim to offer improved sound and active noise cancellation under Rs 5000.
We take a closer look at two midrange TWS earbuds under Rs 7,000 that claim to offer excellent sound quality in this segment.
While the Hammer AirTouch offers touch features that come in handy, it makes you compromise on both build and sound quality.
We take a look at two of the most affordable TWS earbuds in the country currently. Let’s see what you get in a 2k budget these days.
We take a closer look at a couple of affordable TWS earbuds under Rs 3,000 from Boult Audio and Soundcore that boast of some impressive features.
It's powerful, has great battery life, it's well built, and it gets the basics right.
Game of Thrones star Kit Harington's fans raise over $45,000 for charity he supports, amid his treatment
Kit Harington checked into a luxury health retreat in Connecticut to receive treatment for stress, exhaustion and alcohol use, weeks before the Game of Thrones finale aired on 19 May
India vs West Indies: Virat Kohli is the greatest ODI batsman of all time and no, this isn't hyperbole
It isn’t a question of if Virat Kohli claims every single ODI batting record, it is just a matter of when.
CBI has unearthed Rs 396 crore of alleged slush funds in 84 cases registered by it relating to illicit currency exchange that took place after demonetisation
The Samsung Galaxy A5 falls in the budget flagship segment and comes with a nice assortment of features that help it stand apart.
The Vivo Y66 sells for Rs 14,999, has bog standard hardware and is available in gold. Does it do anything to set itself apart from the competition?
The Acer TravelMate P449 is meant to be a workhorse of a device for a working professional or a student. Does it fit the bill? Let's find out
The Nepal Rastra Bank said the new Indian notes, which have appeared in border areas dues to the open border, cannot be exchanged until India accords approval
Demonetisation in Kashmir: Security agencies say separatists receive 'hawala' money, move has little effect
The police and banks have made a large haul of fake currency in Kashmir, including that of 100 rupee notes, while security agencies maintain that separatists are "receiving hawala money" through local businessmen here.
While one can exchange the banned notes by depositing it with the banks till 30 December 2016, the government, however, in order to avoid inconvenience to common public has also provided a 72 hour window to use the banned currency denomination at places other than the banks
The authorities at the Golden Temple Amritsar announced on Thursday that they would not accept demonetised currency notes from devotees.
Remember, in July, when the black money window opened for domestic citizens, PM Modi had warned that no one should blame him for what he does after 30 September.
Rs 500, Rs 1,000 banned: Black money hunt is fine but what about political parties, religious trusts?
Religious trusts do not fear the taxman because their income is exempt from tax.
Will it boost the economy? Very unlikely.