Will BHIM be the only payment app we will all need in 2017? Here’s what we know so far about BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money): Money transfer is via secure UPI (Unified Payment Interface ) and linkage to your bank … Continue reading Is BHIM the One?
Google pretty much covers everything you may want to do on your phone or laptop. Starting from being the default search bar, Google apps just make work and play that much easier. And it doesn’t hurt that it’s free. Let’s … Continue reading Apps – Google Trips and Allo
Today is #InternationalYogaDay. World over millions of people have adopted yoga as a way of life and yoga has helped them in numerous ways – mental peace, physical fitness, fight against a disease, etc. Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and … Continue reading International Yoga Day-Strike a Pose with an App!
Watching TV is such a chore these days isn’t it? Reruns, ad breaks, aimless surfing to still not find what you want (was that channel number 354 or 453?). Well, the good folks at Sensy Remote are changing all that … Continue reading TV Watching is Fun again with Sensy Remote!
Chefkraft is a saviour! It will soon be my turn to host a few friends for lunch and I think I have found just the kind of help I was looking for! These friends have been delighting me with their culinary … Continue reading Chefkraft – Be a MasterChef at Home!
How often have you been in a crowded place, eager to share information over chat or text about the great concert or sporting event you are witnessing? Or wanting to just tell your friend where to find you? And just … Continue reading FireChat – the technology for disaster relief?
It was a lazy Sunday evening and we made an impromptu decision to go out for dinner with the kids. As we got ready and shuffled into the car, all sorts of cuisine was thrown about, fully knowing the kids … Continue reading Dinner is Served… at 50% off!
I was about 8 years old, in front of a Commodore 64 and a book from the NY public library on coding in BASIC. It was addictive – drawing shapes, sorting numbers, making images appear and disappear. While that was many … Continue reading Coding – how to kickstart the kids
Book junkie? So how many expensive, hard-bound, non-fiction books are sitting by your bedside waiting for the full moon day when you will finally read them and make more intelligent conversation? I have 2 to 3 always. A high-profile biography … Continue reading Book Summaries by Blinkist, for a Smarter You
It’s Saturday morning and a hyperlocal experiment is playing on my mind. I have decided to fix a basket of goods and order from each of the new hyperlocal superstars that have hit the scene. Taking a page from the … Continue reading Hyperlocal Grocery Experiment – the day I ordered from all of them!
Our hectic work and social calendars need so much managing these days. And while we keep up with multiple commitments, many weekends I find that a really good event has been completely missed. Event Discovery There are many popular ticketing … Continue reading No Weekend Plans or Event? Try EventsHigh
Most of us are living our lives with a phone stuck to one hand but we are definitely doing more typing and less speaking. A phone call almost feels like an intrusion.. why couldn’t they just Sms or Whatsapp or email or this or that? Similarly we also find it easier to get work done by hunting down the relevant website or twitter handle or Facebook page. Who wants to ‘speak’ to a Customer Service rep *shudder*! That’s the insight that the guys at Haptik seem to have captured and taken to a whole new level. “Haptik is an army of … Continue reading Haptik – your wish is their command