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Sushant Talwar

Sushant Talwar

Tech writer, DailyOsushant.talwar@intoday.com
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By Sushant Talwar

Asus Zenfone Max M2: The good, the bad and the ugly

The Zenfone Max M2 is an interesting option for buyers in the segment, and as such, is worth taking a closer look at. Here's our take on it.

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The Hitchhiker's guide to the Samsung Galaxy: How the smartphone line-up has evolved over the years

From the Galaxy S to the Note 9. Exploring the evolution of Samsung's Galaxy phones.

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Twitter vs Modi Sarkaar: How Parliamentary panel is making the fight against fake news unwinnable

Parliamentary panel's stand-off with Twitter is looking like the govt is mainly concerned with protecting right-wing voices and accounts.

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Samsung Galaxy M20 review: Massive battery and solid performance for the masses

We recently tested the device to see what it brings to the table. We give it 8/10.

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Satya Nadella turned a tired Microsoft around. Why hasn't his pay kept pace?

Despite reinventing Microsoft as a major player in the cloud and server space, the soft-spoken, cricket-loving India-born techie remains one of the most underpaid CEOs in the tech world. Why so?

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Why India is wrong in calling for a PUBG ban

Authorities have listed PUBG and other games as 'harmful to children'. But they are wrong.

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Why Budget 2019 is an exciting one for science and technology

Apart from bringing the biggest allocation for defence, Budget 2019 also brings the largest investments in science and technology.

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Samsung Galaxy M20: Can the Exynos 7904 be the game changer?

Despite not being the most powerful chipset in the segment, the Exynos 7904 SoC is definitely a step in the right direction.

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Syed Shuja's grand tale of EVM hack: Unpacking the facts from the fiction

Self-proclaimed cybersecurity expert Syed Shuja has accused the BJP of hacking EVMs and manipulating the results of 2014 and subsequent elections. A look at his claims.

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CES 2019: Rise of the robots to AI taking over homes, all the tech trends that matter

Smart toilets to robot puppies, here are the biggest takeaways from CES 2019.

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Is anyone there? Scientists are receiving mysterious radio signals from deep space. Could these be signs of alien life?

Are we finally closer to answering the question that has troubled humanity since the start of time: Are we all alone in the universe?

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Are some Android apps sharing unauthorised user data with Facebook?

From location data to information on sexual orientation, religious beliefs and health status, tech giants are gathering a great amount of sensitive knowledge about their users. That's us.

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Year in rewind: Biggest stories from the world of tech in 2018

From cryptocurrency collapse to Elon Musk losing the plot, here's everything important that happened in 2018.

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Why Saturn could soon lose its rings

The planet is eating up its majestic rings from the inside, and as such, they could be gone within the next 100 years.

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Why the MHA allowing snooping on computers is more troubling than we think

The latest notification raises issues of accountability and our rights that make this new diktat deeply worrying.

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Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 review: Great battery and overall performance at an affordable price

Apart from powerful specs paired with stock Android at an affordable price, the Pro M2 also offers vastly improved aesthetics as well as a display that's more in line with the times. We give it 8.5/10.

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Why China's 'social credit system' is a front for Xi Jinping creating the ultimate surveillance state

No amount of good thought can justify a government trying to keep a constant eye on its citizens – be it in public or private space.

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Alphaedge 4D: Shoes created using 'light and oxygen' could revolutionise the industry

Is adidas' Alphaedge 4D truly a peek into the future of shoe-making?

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Nokia 7.1 review: Beautiful looks and a great display. But will it be enough?

Despite all its promise, the Nokia 7.1 is held back a little by its Rs 19,999 price tag. We give it 8/10.

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Turn to Blockchain: Why the ECI should look beyond EVMs for Assembly and Lok Sabha polls

It's time we start looking at Blockchain as a viable solution to restore people's faith in the idea of fair and free elections.

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Samsung, Google or Apple: Who had the best flagship in 2018?

Galaxy Note 9, iPhone Xs Max or the Pixel 3 XL — which of the three is the best device for Indian buyers?

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Asus ROG Phone: Five features that make it a true gaming phone

At Rs 69,999, the ROG Phone does not come cheap. But it justifies the price with some really cool features.

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro: Five features that wow

The device not only brings with it impressive specs but more importantly, interesting features and technologies.

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AI can create fake fingerprint scans: Why we should be scared

US-based researchers have created an AI tool which can hack into devices by creating fake fingerprint data.

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Samsung Galaxy A9 quick review: It's got four cameras, but will it be enough?

The phone comes fighting in the sub Rs 40k segment, and as such, it will need more than just silky looks and decent performance to win the battle that lies ahead.

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Is Asus' ROG Strix GTX 1070 TI good for gaming on a budget?

Even as we head into 2019, the GTX 1070 TI remains a more than capable card for handling games on 1080p and higher resolutions.

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World's largest brain-mimicking computer goes live, but should we be excited?

For those sensing doom and gloom, the SpiNNaker, for now, is nothing close to functioning as fast as an average human brain.

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Pixel 3 review: The new Android king in town?

From its minimalist design to how it works, the phone is crafted for convenience and performance.

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