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Signs You Need a New Refrigerator Featured Refrigerators 

Signs You Need a New Refrigerator

Refrigerators have become an essential appliance in every home. The good thing is, you need not worry about them malfunctioning in the first few years, as they last for a good 8 to 10 years. However, if your fridge is more than 10 years old, you need to be prepared for investing in a new refrigerator. But how do you know that your fridge is wearing out?   We list down some signs to help you understand if it’s time to buy a new refrigerator…   Your refrigerator is no…

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OLED vs IPS Displays: Which One Should You Buy? Featured TV 

OLED vs IPS Displays: Which One Should You Buy?

It’s a question that comes up whenever you upgrade to a newer TV – should you buy something that uses IPS displays, or should you pick a device with an OLED screen? IPS (In-Plane Switching) and OLED (Organic LED) are the two most commonly found types of display tech. Older technologies, such as TN (Twisted Nematic) displays, have disappeared except in the world of PC monitors and budget laptops, while others, such as VA (Vertical Alignment) and PLS (Plane-to-Line Switching) are similar enough to IPS. But its difficult to generalise…

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The Mi A3 Has Stock Android, Triple Cameras at The Rear and an Unbelievable Price Featured Mobiles 

The Mi A3 Has Stock Android, Triple Cameras at The Rear and an Unbelievable Price

Xiaomi might be best known for its MIUI OS, but what if you prefer stock Android? And yet don’t want to give up the fancy cameras and value-for-money hardware Xiaomi is famous for? Lucky you, because Xiaomi also makes Android One devices – phones that get stock Android. The latest of the bunch is on sale now – the Mi A3 – and we reckon it’s going to replicate the success of its predecessors (the MI A1 and Mi A2). Here’s a quick look at this new mid-range Android smartphone….

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5 Mistakes People Make While Charging Their Phone Featured Mobiles 

5 Mistakes People Make While Charging Their Phone

No matter how powerful your phone’s battery is but if you are stuck to social media apps like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter or if your work requires you to be on the phone all day, the battery is sure to drain quickly. Apart from Apple, smartphone manufacturer Samsung is also slowly moving to non-removable Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries that have a limited capacity. Mobile phone batteries (Li-ion) have approximately 1000 charge cycles of life after which the battery begins to drain quickly. However, if used with proper care your phone’s battery can…

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How to Maintain Your DSLR Camera Cameras Featured Uncategorized 

How to Maintain Your DSLR Camera

DSLR camera is no more just an expensive investment but a device that has become a necessity today, especially if you are a travel freak or a photographer. When you purchase a DSLR camera, you have the peace of mind in knowing that your device is covered under the manufacturer’s warranty for a year. But after a year if you want to get the best out of your device, it’s important that you know how to maintain, not just your camera but also the DSLR camera lens and other equipment’s.  …

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Jargon Busters: All About Wi-Fi Routers Featured Jargon Buster 

Jargon Busters: All About Wi-Fi Routers

Most of us may have heard of some commonly used Wi-Fi router terms like Dual Band, IP Address, Guest Network, etc. But this is not it!   Here are a few more terms that are often used in the Wi-Fi and ‘Internet world’ and what they actually mean…   802.11ac / 802.11n from Wi-Fi Standards 801.11n and 802.11ac are two of the Wi-Fi standards commonly in use today. Routers clearly mention these on the box, and you will also find these listed in the specifications of your laptop or phone….

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