Author: Adarsh

Adarsh hates personal bios, Chelsea football club and Oxford commas. When he's not writing, he's busy playing FIFA on his PlayStation.

With offers aplenty during this festive season, Adarsh picks out 10 laptops that are easy on your wallet! One of the best things about the year ending is all the sales that are live. It seems like every single shop or website is running a discount and that’s why we’re here with a list of 10 budget laptops that are high on performance but low on price. Take a look and decide which one you’re going for: 1. Asus VivoBook 15 X515EA-EJ312WS Laptop₹34,990* A stylish and lightweight device, this one is designed for daily computing and productivity tasks. It offers…

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A recent study conducted at Yale University has revealed the adverse effects that video calls have on our brains. Adarsh explores the topic… Video calls have been a part of work culture for a good part of the past decade but they became integral during Covid-19. Since everyone was working remotely, the only way to communicate was over calls and hence video calls became the norm. Zoom Calls and discussions over Google Hangouts became increasingly prevalent. Image Credit: Anna Shvets on Pexels But while the calls were helpful and got the job done, there were a lot of complications too.…

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Tech-driven companies are overseeing a revolution in the agriculture sector in India. Adarsh delves deeper into this story… As of 2022, 58% of India’s workforce was directly or indirectly dependent on agriculture for their livelihood. According to the Government of India’s Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, 148 million Indians were employed in the agriculture sector in the last financial year. Image Credit: Shutterstock/India Briefing Considering over half the working population is involved in this sector in a country as vast as India, it is also quite detrimental to everyone involved that this is an industry that incurs a lot…

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Password IOT

Adarsh takes a look at the patterns Indians seem to be following when it comes to saving passwords… A basic Google search on what a strong password is like throws up a set of suggestions: “A combination of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols. Not a word that can be found in a dictionary or the name of a person, character, product, or organisation. Significantly different from your previous passwords. Easy for you to remember but difficult for others to guess.” Image Credit: Mohamed Hassan from Pixabay That last bit is the most important even if you choose to…

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Adarsh takes you through the federal government’s plans to make India a global electronic hub within the next 3 years. The announcement came at Tirupati. Rajeev Chandrasekhar, the Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology, was visiting India’s first lithium cell manufacturing facility of Munoth Industries at the Electronics Manufacturing Cluster. “It’s an honour and privilege to be on this blessed land of Tirupati – abode of Sri Venkateswara. For me, it is personally very fitting to be in Tirupati EMC and in India’s first lithium cell manufacturing plant. Our vision is to edge past the target of $300…

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Adarsh takes you through all the new features that are available while viewing the ongoing Men’s Cricket World Cup in India. Ever since Disney+Hotstar won the rights to telecast the ICC Men’s World Cup in India, they have been working on a host of features to improve the viewing experience. With advancement in technology and superior internet connections available everywhere, their task has become a whole lot easier this time around. Image Credit: Gadget Bridge Here are 6 features that Hotstar has introduced that will take your World Cup viewing experience up a few notches: 1. MaxView for Vertical Viewing…

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Our in-house expert Adarsh takes you through all that you need to keep in mind before flying a drone anywhere in India. Among the many plans India has for its development, one of them is to become a major global drone hub by 2030. To make this vision come to life and to regulate drone operations around the country, the Government of India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) published some new rules on 26th August 2021. Further amendments were made on the 15th of February 2022. These included drone rule amendments as well as certain changes to the Unmanned Aircraft…

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Adarsh lists out the top 10 smartphones that you should check out if you’re planning on getting a new one. It seems like these days we are constantly on the lookout to upgrade our phone. With the festive season around the corner, gadget sales are coming up and if you’re planning on getting yourself or someone around you a new smartphone, here are the top ten best bets, for every budget. NOTE: The prices are listed based on the time of writing and might drop further. Under ₹10,000 Range 1. Redmi 12C A very good phone considering the price point.…

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Adarsh lists out 10-AI powered apps that can save you a whole lot of time and effort. Artificial Intelligence is not the future anymore, it’s the present! We are well and truly into the Digital Age and every single day, new inventions and revelations are taking us closer and closer to the Transhumanism Age! So why are we still wasting our precious time and effort doing menial things that an AI-powered app on your phone can do within seconds? Here are 10 such apps that will save you a world of time! Image Credit: Perplexity 1. Perplexity AI It’s like…

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Adarsh updates on everything you need to know about Samudrayaan, India’s First Manned Ocean Mission and the Matsya 6000. Isn’t it amazing that we know more about outer space than what lies beneath the ocean? We have explored the soaring skies, the moon and even other planets but we are still to uncover all the mysteries of the waterbodies on our very planet! And India is very desperate to change that fact. After the very successful Chandrayaan missions, Bharat is leading another race as plans for Samudrayaan, India’s first Manned Ocean Mission were unveiled recently at the National Institute of…

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