Abhishek Baxi

An air purifier essentially filters out PM2.5 - particles that are 2.5 microns in size – using a HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filter.
Tech talk: Breathe easy this winter
Air purifiers are becoming a necessity in most Indian cities, especially in homes with children and senior citizens
Google, Microsoft challenging Apple?
Taking a cue from Apple, Microsoft and Google have also broadened their vision and introduced gadgets - Surface tablet and Nexus 7 - to sell their software. While it may seem like a new trend, it isn't just a knee-jerk reaction to competition, writes Abhishek Baxi.
The definitive guide to buying an e-reader
The indulgence of reading has been transformed with the advent of eBook readers. These intuitive gadgets are replacing books with engaging experiences and broad access to the written word. If you are still debating on the device that best fits your need, read on.
The evolution of a couch potato: How TV and viewers are changing
The future of TV will be based on experiences to engage, entertain, and activate viewers stemming from creativity, imagination, and innovations in technology.
Review: Micromax Funbook
In a market flooded with Android tablets, with increasingly competitive pricing, Micromax announced Funbook – an Android 4.0 tablet focused for 10-21 years olds with focus on education and entertainment.
Aakash tablet can now be booked online for 2,500
Android tablet Aakash is finally available for booking at the price of 2,500
Siri: Your wish is its command
Siri on Apple iPhone 4S is clearly the flag bearer of that next leap. Siri is the intelligent personal assistant that helps you get things done just by asking.
Samsung GALAXY Note, a new Paradigm in Mobile Devices
Samsung announced the launch of GALAXY Note in the Indian market at a press event in New Delhi. Samsung GALAXY Note features a 5.3" display, the largest screen size for any smartphone in the market, and positions itself as a cross between a smartphone and a 7” tablet.
Acer launches World's Thinnest Ultrabook
Acer India has launched a new range of computing devices called Ultrabooks. Ultrabooks are a new class of mobile computers that marry the performance and capabilities of today's laptops with tablet like features.
Aakash, a Made in India sub-$50 Tablet
After multiple delays and grumbles from several quarters (some mocking in the international blogs too), Minister of Communications and IT, Kapil Sibal, under whose aegis the project has been nurtured, finally unveiled the $35 tablet device.

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