OnePlus CEO on OnePlus TV Price and His Vision of the Future of TV as a ‘Smart Display’

Nearly four years after disrupting the smartphone market with the original “flagship killer”, OnePlus is set to enter another product category — televisions. The company first revealed that it’s working on a television set back in September last year, and we’ve seen a few more details emerge since then. Earlier this week, CEO Pete Lau revealed that the OnePlus TV will launch in India before other markets. Gadgets 360 sat down with Lau in Mumbai on Thursday to understand the company’s motivation behind launching a smart TV and how he sees the space evolving…

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Gadgets weekly: New MacBook Pro, Redmi Note 7S and more

Apple, Xiaomi, Honor, HMD Global Oy, and other Consumers electronics firms, earlier this week, unveiled a new line of phones, MacBook Pro and more. DH lists the prominent gadgets that launched this week: New MacBook Pro: Apple has brought in new generation MacBook Pro with improved Intel processors and brighter & better display too. It is available in 13-inch and 15-inch screen sizes with and without Touch bar options for prices starting at Rs 1,59,900 and Rs 1,99,900, respectively. The 15-inch MacBook Pro comes with faster 6-core and 8-core Intel…

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This gadget can chill your beer from room temperature to ice-cold in a minute

When going out on camping trips, an irritating part about carrying beers is that even though they are kept in thermoses, they tend to still get a bit warm. BlueQuench is aiming to solve this issue by launching Qooler on Indiegogo and this brand means business. The Qooler is for those who want nothing but ice-cold beers in the shortest possible time and we can’t wait for it to launch fast enough. So, how does BlueQuench’s Qooler manage to chill a can of beer in just 60 seconds? The magic…

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A Raspberry Pi-based handheld to make creating your own gadgets easy

The latest iteration of the Raspberry Pi-based pi-top computer is a handheld gadget designed to remove technical barriers to using the Pi to build homemade hardware. The pi-top 4 puts the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ in a case with a mini-OLED screen, portable power pack with a three to six hour battery life, and four programmable buttons. The pi-top seems designed to take some of the hassle out of learning how to use the Pi to interact with anything from simple electronics like sensors through to full systems like robots More…

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All the hottest tech you want to be seen with in 2019

There is tech: functional, boasting of specs that run for pages on end and savvy enough for Bruce Wayne’s basement. And then there are gadgets that tick all of these boxes and are designed well enough to be conversation starters – the kind that Shuri would approve of. Here, GQ’s favourite stuff (in no particular order) to optimize your life and keep you looking sharp. Google Home A smart speaker the size of a humidifier, the Home packs surprisingly good sound, the omniscience of Google and an AI assistant that sounds…

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BSNL Broadband Unlimited Plans Updated to Offer Up to 6 Times More High-Speed Data

After revising its Rs. 299 broadband plan to offer more speed and data, state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is now again revising a slew of its unlimited broadband plans to offer more data benefits. The company has also introduced daily FUP limits on these plans, which wasn’t the case earlier, but it has increased the data offering by up to six times. The revised BSNL unlimited broadband plans include Rs. 675, Rs. 845, Rs. 999, Rs. 1,199, Rs. 1,495, Rs. 1,745 and Rs. 2,295 plans, with the most premium…

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This Startup Wants To Wean Kids Off Smartphones And Gadgets With Engaging Activities

Young students form a line as they walk to classes after morning assembly in New Delhi, India. (AP Photo/Kevin Frayer) In a world where kids already seem to be spending far too much time staring at screens, how do you keep them intellectually challenged without giving them any gadgets? That’s the problem that Chennai startup Flinto Learning Solutions is seeking to address. Flinto is a reference to flint stones and how early humans created fire. It’s a nod to how the company would like to ignite young minds. The five-year-old…

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Honor 8C First Impressions

Just six months after the launch of the Honor 7C, the Chinese smartphone company is set to launch its successor, the Honor 8C. This new smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor and features AI-enhanced cameras, a notched display, and Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. The Honor 8C is expected to be launched in two variants, one with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, and the other with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. We got to spend some time with the latter variant…

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10 best new gadgets to buy in November 2018

OnePlus has a new phone, Nokia released its 8.1, there’s a 55-inch TV and Samsung has a new watch. As the year winds down, tech companies pull out their best releases to cash in on the festive spirit. From phones and watches, cameras and headphones, iPads and Kindles, there’s a lot going around to pick up from. Here are the… 10 best new gadgets to buy in November 2018 Leica’s new snapshooter, OnePlus’ latest flagship killer and all the hottest gadgets you can buy in the month of November. 1.…

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Qualcomm’s 8150 next flagship SoC gets Bluetooth certification

2019 is just around the corner and with it Qualcomm’s next flagship SoC based on the 7nm manufacturing process. So far, information about it has been scarce, but one thing keeps popping up – the 8150 name suggesting that the company is looking to change its naming convention once again. Just the other day, Android 9.0 Pie system files hinted at the Snapdragon 8150 and now a Bluetooth certification document confirms it. The listing mentions Qualcomm SM8150 supporting Bluetooth 5.0 and it seems that the chip went through the certification process just…

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