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Author: Sukesh Mudrakola

Sukesh is a computer science graduate, inclined towards tech. When he doesn't spend time with gadgets, he writes about them. He is an avid Android fan and likes to design custom ROMs for Androids.

CES 2019 roundup: All the top picks and highlights

Anyone who loves the newest gadgets, gizmos, and ginormous TVs found something of interest at CES 2019. Here’s our rundown…

Microsoft Graph: Everything developers need to know

Microsoft Graph allows developers to build custom apps using a unified programmability model. Here’s more on why this program should…

2019 smartphones: Faster, smarter, sleeker — and more expensive

2019 smartphones will offer better cameras, 5G connections, and mind-bending styles — if you like an expensive phone that folds.…

DataOps: The next big thing for data-focused businesses

Data is crucial for the everyday operations of most companies. To accommodate this growing need, DataOps has emerged as a…

Reducing your costs with DevOps — and reducing your DevOps costs

DevOps can not only help enterprises in software development but can also help them in reducing the costs of development,…

MacOS Mojave: Top 6 business features you need to know

MacOS Mojave, Apple’s new operating system for Macs, has a lot of features that make the computers attractive to businesses.…

The ‘other’ Apple 2018 Event: MacBook Air, iPad Pro, and Mac mini launched

Apple’s annual big event is the unveiling of new iPhone every September. But Apple wasn’t done — an October event…

2018 Intel Desktop Launch event: Recap of all next-gen chips

This year’s Intel Desktop Launch event in New York City gave us just what we expected — along with a…

Digital footprints: Control how much the Internet knows about you

The digital footprints you leave on the web can make shopping easier — and privacy impossible. Here’s how to take…

WPA3: Much-awaited WiFi security upgrade finally announced

WPA3, a new, more robust WiFi security protocol, is finally ready for prime time. Here’s a deep-dive into the promises…