Category Archives: Tech Masala

Drone Delivery – Logistics of New Era

A history marked with neck craning endeavors towards a technological revolution; advancements in science are pacing up with development and progress; “Amenities for a comfortable life” was engraved in and drove the minds of our innovative ancestors. Not for vandalism, a technological revolution was for

Movpak | Changing the Way, we travel

Movpak a small crowdfunded company seeks to revolutionize the way we travel and use our luggage. Often travellers have to take a taxi for the journey from their homes to reach the airport. The small amount of distance is the targeted area for Movpak. The

Polaroid Zip Instant Mobile Printer

Polaroid Zip Instant Mobile Printer | INSTANT CLICK

We all know that one relative as a kid who had a Polaroid and the ability to quickly print pictures. The ease with which the earlier Polaroid captured moments and printed them was unrivaled. Yet somehow with the advent of storing pictures on a SD

Predator 21 X

Acer Predator 21 X | World’s First Curved Screen Notebook

In today’s world where technology surprises us everyday. Acer unveiled its new Predator 21 X gaming laptop at IFA 2016. This is the World’s first curved screen notebook. The Predator 21 X takes the flagship spot in Acer’s gaming notebook series. The Predator 21 X


Lopifit | The Walking Bike

The world is moving towards a healthier lifestyle and almost everyone are initiating towards environment friendly ways. Lopifit is one of them, a totally new way of moving. It was because of the founder Bruin Bergmeester who gave a whole new idea of using treadmill

Lenovo C+ | The Phone that Bends

We all were fascinated by the edge versions launched by Samsung last year, but Lenovo has something more fascinating. The Lenovo C+ can flex around your wrist. Yes right, the phone is so flexible that you can wear it like a slap bracelet around your


Drumi | The Foot Powered Washing Machine

Laundry day shouldn’t take an entire day, should it? That’s what happens when you let clothes pile up for a week, two weeks, or month. This is the cycle Toronto-based startup Yirego is looking to stop with the Drumi, its portable washing machine that uses