This is out and out a CES 2020 Special back from Vegas where we walked booth to booth along with Reliance Digital in our quest to cover anything which is sensible tech, new launches (and there were many!) and anything which holds the potential for future disruption. It’s important to have tech which makes sense.
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Hello 2020, for some reason it’s a good looking year and writing 2020 is easy which pins up our hopes that 2020 should be an easy year for all us. I am sure we all have made our list of resolutions and pledges, however, we have made only one – Exhibitcares. It is our initiative
It’s reflection time, since it is December and soon we will be in the cusp of 2020 looking hard at the year gone by and making promises to our self for the coming year. Promises, another word is the new year resolutions and all the grand plans of changing the world and changing everything –
While we are still counting our kilos post Diwali barrage of sweets and chocolates, fitbit is on its way to be acquired by Google. Little did James Park & Eric Friedman know that the company they found 12 years ago will one day have more than 28 million active users, all of them sweating it
We are living in interesting times, as technology keeps outsmarting itself. And now Apple 11 with its triple cameras along with Samsung with its Fold has once again created a need where there was none. But still, when you see a Saregama Caravaan or Marshall speaker with its retro designs, our desires start salivating again.