Author Archives: Bharat Bhushan

Bharat is an associate writer responsible for weekend columns on SlashGear. Previously he writes for Bennett Coleman and Co (Times Group) publications. He earns a master of economics from the University of Delhi. Email

This is how the third-generation AirPods could turn up

This is how the third-generation AirPods could turn up

AirPods can be loosely considered pioneers in the true wireless earbuds space for a lot of reasons. However, the appearance smudged over time with exciting non-Apple options to pursue. Second-generation AirPods made a diluted effort to reclaim lost ground with their launch in 2019, but it’s the third-generation AirPods (colloquially called AirPods 3) that are billed to up the ante with some inspiration from the AirPods Pro and starting few paces above the AirPods 2’s key features.

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Google-branded Chromebook processor to herald a new dimension

Google-branded Chromebook processor to herald a new dimension

Google has forayed into a range of industries previously and it’s now planning to manufacture its own silicon for the forthcoming Chrome OS-powered notebooks. Google’s growing focus on developing in-house chipsets isn’t new, this year however, it’s only become more evident than ever before. Especially after an official teaser of Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, which will be powered by a custom system on a chip (SoC) that is named the “Google Tensor”.

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Apple Watch Series 7 – Everything you should know

Apple Watch Series 7 – Everything you should know

Apple has followed the regime of releasing a new smartwatch every year since 2015. In fact, the Cupertino giant released two smartwatches last year. This gives us reason enough to believe the successor to Apple Watch Series 6 is just around the corner.

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iPhone 13 has a rumored release date: What you should expect

iPhone 13 has a rumored release date: What you should expect

There is little doubt in our minds that Apple is going ahead with the iPhone 13 launch event in September. Different sources have hinted at different dates and possibilities, but the latest information partakes a particular day all of us can trust, especially because it also hints at the pre-order and shipping dates for the iPhone 13 models.

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Android 12: From user experience to privacy, everything known so far

Android 12: From user experience to privacy, everything known so far

The world’s most popular operating system is prepped for a refreshing overhaul and it is now close to the final release. Currently, Android 12 is in beta and recently the stable Beta 4 build was released, giving a finer look at what the final stable version will be like.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3: Should you upgrade?

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3: Should you upgrade?

The most anticipated foldable smartphone for the year is here, it is certain then you’ve begun contemplating whether to upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 or not. The new foldable smartphone was predicted to be a significant change over the predecessor; to an extent, it must already be on your list.

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Five coolest smartphones in 2021 thus far

Five coolest smartphones in 2021 thus far

Buying a smartphone can be a tricky decision, especially when the options are virtually limitless. Which is the best smartphone for 2021 depends entirely on the user’s needs and preferences, and this narrows down the choices to a handful of devices that have proven their mettle in the last few months.

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iPhone Flip rumors – everything we know so far

iPhone Flip rumors – everything we know so far

Apple is scheduled to launch a new iPhone series in the fall event next month. Rumors strongly indicate this will be the iPhone 13 lineup. Fanboys may have held their hopes high to see the announcement of a foldable iPhone, but that’s not going to transpire anytime soon. The Cupertino tech giant is still far from introducing something in this form factor. Even though its fiercest competitor Samsung has just ousted two new foldable phones: one each in Flip and Fold designs.

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What is Apple cooking up for its fall party

What is Apple cooking up for its fall party

Apple events are not ordinary. An Apple fanboy or not, you are intrigued to know what the Cupertino giant is cooking. Apple has already had two events in the spring and summer of 2021, and a range of devices and software updates have rolled out. All eyes are now set at the second half of the year when Apple will throw the next big party; the hardware event for 2021. There is no official date for the event yet or any clarification on whether there will be one or two events this fall.

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Google Pixel 6 series: Big highlights that make it a fierce competitor

Google Pixel 6 series: Big highlights that make it a fierce competitor

It’s August, that time of the year when Google’s upcoming Pixel lineup starts trending within the tech community. After much speculation, leaks and rumors that eventually precede a smartphone release, Google has officially teased the Pixel 6 series. Yes, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are all set for a release later this year.

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Galaxy Z Fold 3 is on the way – how it compares to Z Fold 2

Galaxy Z Fold 3 is on the way – how it compares to Z Fold 2

Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be the most anticipated announcement at the Galaxy Unpacked on August 11, 2021. The foldable phone is touted as the most practical iteration of a foldable smartphone and is expected to be a significant improvement over its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 released last year in September.

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Microsoft Surface Duo 2: Troubled by the past, how much will it evolve

Microsoft Surface Duo 2: Troubled by the past, how much will it evolve

Foldable smartphones have come of age in the last two years or so but when they started out, the first iterations of almost all makers fell flat on their faces. This is true to the first Surface Duo as well. It was Microsoft’s premier in the Android market alright, but software integration was far from the biggest glitch. The hardware of the dual-screen phone, when it launched in 2020, was pretty dated; considering the pace with which smartphones update to the latest in hardware tech.

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