5 Best Smart Gadgets For Your Home


A decade ago, the normal gadgets made our life easy now, the smart gadgets are making our lives easier than ever. The home is the place, where we live and our loved family live alongside the favourite things in our life. To cherish all things we have, we need to protect the whole house keeping the burglars aways, with the advent of technology we can protect it without breaking sweat. Here are the smart gadgets that make home security a piece of cake, reports CNN.

My SpotCam

My SpotCam is a smart surveillance camera designed for every place. This camera comes with Wi-Fi connectivity and motion sensor, if any motion is detected soon the camera sends the live feed to owner’s Smartphone. My SpotCam is easy to setup and helps the user to take care of his property without leaving his office.


Nest Protect

The Nest Protect is a smart thermostat which lets you know with predefined human voices regarding smoke, fire and carbon monoxide alerts. The best part of this device is that it sends out alerts to the owner’s Smartphone and also the human voice alert tells the exact room under threat. Stopping the alarm is as easy as swiping your Smartphone screen, just by entering in to the Smartphone, the user can stop the alarm.


Neurio Home Intelligence

Neurio Home Intelligence is the best companion to help you save electricity. Neurio connects to home Wi-Fi network and alerts you if any electrical appliance started to work, stopped working or left running for too long. The Neurio Smartphone app allows you to learn about the electronic appliances that are in use at any point of the day. Having this device installed at the electric main makes you normal house a Smart one.


Kevo Smart Lock

Just imagine, how cool it would when you walk next your front door and the door unlocks by itself? That’s right, Kevo Smart Lock unlocks itself when you near your front door and touch the key socket.The Smart Lock works through Bluetooth as it will be calibrated with Smartphone and the user can send out a temporary e-key their friends that will last for assigned time by the sender.Your house is safe, even when your Smartphone is inside or close to the door, the lock only opens when you are outside of the door and touch the key socket in the right manner as it is preset or you can use the normal key as well.



hiku is a small device that connects to your Smartphone and helps you list the grocery list. The device comes with a recorder and a barcode reader, the user either has to say the word or scan the bar code on the product that is lying in your kitchen.If in case the device doesn’t recognize the bar code, then whatever you say, regarding the product, it will learn the barcode for that particular item. Once you are done scanning and telling out the words into hiku, the final list will be available on your Smartphone.


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Top 10 Smartphones for 2015

The last quarter of the year is the best time to launch any product in any market. The Smartphone on the other hand, takes the big chunk of the market, as the big players launch their flagship devices into the market at this period of time. Most of the Smartphones are the best one, that we have ever come across and the new features make the tech geeks to purchase them. So, here are the best Smartphones for this October.

OnePlus 2
Price: Rs.21,998

The Chinese Smartphone startup OnePlus took over the market with their debut Smartphone, OnePlus One, it shined with Cyanogen OS for the first time. Now the company launched the second generation Smartphone – OnePlus 2.

It carries a 4GB RAM but sports same primary camera as the earlier device but with improved specs and remodeled design along with a fingerprint sensor at midrange price makes this handset worth buying.

Key Features:
: 5.5-inch LTPS LCD
PROCESSOR: Quad-core Cortex-A53 and Quad-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A57
GPU: Adreno 430
RAM: 3/4GB
CAMERA: 13MP Rear and 5MP Front-facing
BATTERY: Non-removable Li-Po 3300mAh
STORAGE: 16/64GB Internal
ADDITIONAL: Fingerprint sensor



Motorola Moto G (3rd Gen)
Price: Rs.11,999

The third generation Moto G, a mid-range flagship from Motorola has made a mark deeper than its predecessors. The phone features water resistant body and slightly redefined design. The third edition of Moto G feels more premium than the earlier editions and comes with powerful specs alongside budget pricing.

Key Features:
: 5-inch IPS LCD
PROCESSOR: Quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53
GPU: Adreno 306
RAM: 1/2GB
CAMERA: 13MP Rear and 5MP Front-facing
BATTERY: Non-removable Li-Po 2000mAh
STORAGE: 8/16GB Internal, Expandable up to 32GB
ADDITIONAL: Water Resistant

Motorola Moto X Play
Price: Rs.18,499

Motorola has learnt about the market in the developing countries like India, and they have made an effort to come up with a performance Smartphone at mid-range price. The Phablet comes with sturdy casing around it and it houses the biggest battery that Motorola has ever equipped. Moto X Play sports an improved camera with 21MP rear camera that focuses the object as soon it is pointed at it.

Key Features:
: 5.5-inch IPS LCD
PROCESSOR: Quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 and quad-core 1.0 GHz Cortex-A53
GPU: Adreno 405
CAMERA: 21MP Rear and 5MP Front-facing
BATTERY: Non-removable 3630mAh
STORAGE: 16/32GB Internal, Expandable up to 128GB
ADDITIONAL: Water Resistant


Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus
Expected Price: Rs.51,999 – 60,999

The flagship Smartphones for this from Apple will be iPhone 6s and 6s Plus; a Phablet variant, according to recent reports, the two new iPhone will go on sale in Indian market from October 16th. The new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will sport the similar design to the existing iPhone 6 and 6 Plus with toughened metal shell. Another upgrade is the cameras and 3D Touch feature that makes the new handset futuristic.

Key Features:
: 4.7/5.5-inch IPS LCD
PROCESSOR: Dual-core 1.84 GHz
GPU: PowerVR GT7600
CAMERA: 12MP Rear and 5MP Front-facing
BATTERY: Non-removable Li-Po 1715/2750mAh
STORAGE: 16/64/128GB Internal
ADDITIONAL: Fingerprint Scanner, Apple Pay, 3D Touch

Google Nexus 5X
Expected Price: Rs.22,999

Google once again teamed up with LG to bring back the Nexus 5 magic. The Nexus 5 that was introduced back in 2013 was a big hit among the Smartphone lovers, so Google launched the successor to the Nexus 5 and it called Nexus 5X. The Nexus 5X is the mid-range handset comes with a fingerprint scanner, laser autofocus camera and latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Key Features:
: 5.2-inch AMOLED
PROCESSOR: Quad-core 1.44 GHz Cortex-A53 and dual-core 1.82 GHz Cortex-A57
GPU: Adreno 418
CAMERA: 12.3MP Rear and 5MP Front-facing
BATTERY: Non-removable Li-Po 2700mAh
STORAGE: 16/32GB Internal
ADDITIONAL: Fingerprint Scanner


Google Nexus 6P
Expected Price: 31,999

This time Google is focusing on both Smartphone and Phablet market, hence Nexus 6P has been launched into the market. The Huawei-made Nexus 6P sports an aluminum body with sleek design and also boasts fingerprint sensor and laser autofocus camera sensor.

Key Features:
: 5.7-inch Super AMOLED
PROCESSOR: Quad-core 1.55 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A57
GPU: Adreno 430
CAMERA: 12MP Rear and 8MP Front-facing
BATTERY: Non-removable Li-Po 2700mAh
STORAGE: 32/64/128GB Internal
ADDITIONAL: Fingerprint Scanner

Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge
Price: Rs.38,300/ 47,300

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are the latest addition to the Galaxy series. The company unveiled the two new Smartphones at Mobile World Congress, held at Barcelona in March 2015. Both the phones come with 3GB RAM and Samsung’s own Exynos processor for high performance computing and multitasking.

Key Features:
SCREEN: 5.1-inch, Super AMOLED + Curved Edge Screen
PROCESSOR: Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 and Quad-core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57
GPU: Mali-T760MP8
CAMERA: 16MP rear camera and 5MP front-facing camera
BATTERY: Non-removable Li-Ion 2550mAh
STORAGE: 32/64/128GB Internal
ADDITIONAL: Fingerprint scanner, Samsung Pay



Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Expected Price: Rs.53,900

The Galaxy Note 5 redefines the Phablet experience with Quad HD display, which makes it perfect for watching video content, a 16-megapixel rear camera to capture breathtaking images, and 4GB RAM to support effortless multitasking. Furthermore, the S Pen also gets an alteration and more functionality than its predecessor.

Key Features:
SCREEN: 5.7-inch, Super AMOLED
PROCESSOR: Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 and Quad-core 2.1 GHz Cortex-A57
GPU: Mali-T760MP8
CAMERA: 16MP Rear and 5MP Front-facing
BATTERY: Non-removable Li-Po 3000 mAh
STORAGE: 32/64GB Internal
ADDITIONAL: Fingerprint scanner, Samsung Pay, S Pen

HTC One M9+
Price: Rs.39,999

One M9+ is the flagship Phablet from HTC; it sports identical specs as the flagship Smartphone from the company One M9 along with one additional feature of finger print scanner. The handset has the similar design as the One M9 as well.

Key Features:
: 5.5-inch Super LCD3
PROCESSOR: Octa-core 2.2 GHz
GPU: PowerVR G6200
CAMERA: 20MP + 2.1MP Rear and 4MP Front-Facing
BATTERY: Non-removable Li-Po 2840mAh
STORAGE: 32GB Internal, expandable up to 128GB
ADDITIONAL: Fingerprint Sensor


Price: Rs.43,990

LG G4 is the flagship Smartphone for this year, it was launched last month, and soon it became the talk of the town. LG has made effort to fit in a large screen to the G4 maintaining the same size as its predecessor. Furthermore, the flagship device comes with removable back along with microSD card slot for storage expansion.

Key Features:
SCREEN: 5.5-inch, IPS LCD
PROCESSOR: Dual-core 1.82 GHz Cortex-A57 and quad-core 1.44 GHz Cortex-A53
GPU: Adreno 418
CAMERA: 16MP Rear and 8MP Front-facing
BATTERY: Non-removable Li-Ion 3000mAh
STORAGE: 32GB Internal, Expandable up to 128GB


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Want An Engineering Job At Google?

Want An Engineering Job At Google? Here Are 10 Needed Skills

Google, the most desired company for any job seeker is as cool as its name. Google keeps its employees happy and creative. Pressure of work is not as mush as that of creating and coming up with new ideas. Engineers are considered rock stars at Google and are even paid like them. It’s like a dream come true for the engineers to work here. Now here comes the trouble.

Jobs at Google may be a heavenly experience but to get hired one should have unique skills and knowledge. So, here we are handing you a list of skills that one should have, in order to get a $100, 000 worth engineering job at Google.

Learn to Code: Code makes your computer programs work. For example, it is the list of commands that tell a word processor, a website, a video game or even an airplane navigation system what to do. That is all what software is, lines of code written by people. In order to get a job in Google one should learn coding at least in one object oriented programming language like C++, Java or Python.

Test the Code: It is not sufficient to only learn coding. Candidates should be able to test the codes. Google wants them to be capable of identifying and removing bugs, breaking software and creating tests. Algorithmic problems are even asked during the technical interview round.

Have some Background in Abstract Math: Some knowledge regarding abstract or pure mathematics should be present before applying for a job in Google. One should cover areas like logical mathematics, algorithm, discrete math and derivatives and integral problems which one learns along with the computer science.

Get to Know Operating Systems: An OS or Operating System is software that manages computer hardware and software resources and provides common services for computer programs. It’s an important component of the system software in a computer system.

Becoming Familiar with Artificial Intelligence: The intelligence shown by machines in the field of work is known as Artificial Intelligence. In Google such intelligence is given high respect. So a person having the capability to work on such machines and bring extraordinary results is always welcomed by Google.

Understand Algorithms and Data Structure: Google requires the knowledge of fundamental data types like stacks, queues and bags as well that of Algorithms like quicksort, meregesort and heapsort. Data structure is a particular way of organizing data in a computer. Algorithm is a self-contained step by step set of operations to be performed. Algorithms perform calculations, data processing and automated reasoning. To get outstanding results like Google, one should definitely know about such things.

Learn Cryptography: Cryptography is a technique of securing information in the presence of adversaries. It is used to construct and analyze protocols to block the third parties. Various aspects of information security come under this, like data security, authentication, non-repudiation and confidentiality. If you know all of the above, you have a bright chance in Google because cyber security is very important for the entire system of Google.

Learn How to Build Compilers: Compiler is a computer program that transforms source code written in a programming language into another computer language. It is generally used for translating high level programming language source code to a lower level language or machine language. Learning to build this program is one of the key criteria that can help the applicants take a real shot at Google.

Learn Parallel Programming: Parallel programming refers to a model where a number of programs can be compiled and operated parallely.

Large problems can often be divided into small ones and then are solved easily. Computing numerous problems simultaneously together is really a matter of great power and pressure. Hence a Google engineer should learn that as well.

Learn other Programming Languages: The more, the better, is the key to success and improvement. If a person learns many languages like Javascript, CSS, Ruby and HTML, then there will be no looking behind.

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ChefJet Pro 3D

Tech You Can Eat

3D food printers became deliciously real this year. From the CocoJet that printed complex, layered chocolate treats, to the ChefJet Pro 3D that churned out intricate confectionery to the XYZprinting machine that printed out pizzas and pasta. My prediction: in five years, 20 per cent of us will own a 3D printer in our home and almost all of us will have one in our kitchen.

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Panasonic 4K Blu-ray player

At Least It’s Working

The conundrum of whether you should buy a 4K TV or not rests on whether you can play 4K content on it. Panasonic came one step closer to this with its 4K Blu-ray player. This one plays real raw 4K content, not some upscaled crappy stuff. The problem is that it’s still a prototype and may take some time to become reality. At least this was a working model, most others companies couldn’t even do that with their so called 4K media players.

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StoreDot – fully depleted battery go to 100 per cent in about 120 seconds

Solving The World’s Greatest Problem

Maybe quadrupling the battery life of your phone isn’t possible yet. How about charging your phone to full in exactly two minutes, instead? I saw a fully depleted battery go to 100 per cent in about 120 seconds. This two-minute sorcery was made possible by a company called StoreDot, whose ultra-fast battery charger is in prototype form but may be out sometime this year.

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Thync mood enhancer

Oh Come On, That Can’t Be

A wearable device that can actually alter your mood. Before you get into a sceptical mood and move on to the next award, give this one a chance. This is the Thync mood enhancer, a system that delivers feel-good electrical stimulation directly to your brain. It has been created by neuroscientists, and as I strapped on the little unit to my temple and neck, I was very sceptical too. Ten minutes later, I came out feeling really, really good. Thync about that!

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Lenovo LaVie HZ550

The Living Cliché

Light as a feather may well be an old way of describing things, but when it becomes real, it’s a tad unnerving. As I held the Lenovo LaVie HZ550 in my hand, I actually had to ask the people at the booth if it was just an empty shell. This is a 13 incher that weighs just 700 grams (that’s about half of the 13-inch Macbook Air) yet has serious power under its very light hood. Great screen, great processor, good battery life. And that lightness!

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Many came to mind but two stood out. The Furo-S is a five foot tall female robot that will work as your maid, but unfortunately the programmers seem to have given her more of sex slave personality. She winks inappropriately at all suggestions, has strange expressions and moans too! And female exploitation at some booths was excessive. From outfits that were more appropriate for strip clubs – the booth babe syndrome lived up to the cliché that the only way to sell tech is with under-dressed girls!

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CyberPower Fang Trinity

The Most Badass Gaming Rig Ever

When you want a gaming rig PC, then it should look the part. And the CyberPower Fang Trinity does just that. As its multi-spoke design looks menacingly at you, you may forget that there’s an intelligent reason for it to look this way. It separates the chassis into three zones (CPU, graphics and power supply), so that each runs at its most efficient and can be customised and upgraded separately, the way gamers would like it. The CyberPower Fang Trinity is so badass that it should have its own character in a game.

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