Category Archives: Technology

Meet my WhatsApp alter-ego. Hope you like it

By Disha Dadlani

Guys, it’s time to dissolve the group. I’m exiting and so can you. Bye bye,” my dad posted, rather explained recently to the members of a WhatsApp group before leaving it. I laughed at his choice of words and turned to find my mum — who was also part of this group — typing: “I don’t see any sense in leaving the group and I find that rude. But since we all are, I’ll be rude and exit too.”

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At present, we are Back to the Future

By Alvin R. Cabral

To paraphrase a quote I heard from a gentleman whom I overheard during an event this week: “Before, smart-phone makers were saying it was all about size, features and security. Now, they’re telling us that it’s all about the number of cameras.”

And, to quote yours truly: “Nuts.”

When dual-lens camera systems on smartphones entered the market, it was, to a certain extent, hailed or ripped: one faction said it’s innovation; the other side said what’s it for, an extra hit on your pocket? Continue reading At present, we are Back to the Future

What if you were in charge of tweets for @OfficiallyDubai?

By Anita Iyer

All good things come to an end, they say. And we’re sad to see Swedes give up the official @Sweden handle on Twitter.

‘Curators of Sweden’, a project that started in December 2011 as an experiment which allowed a Swede to tweet for a week, came to an end on September 30.

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