Amazon Fire TV Stick Review

When Amazon launched its subscription-based streaming service Prime Video in India late last year, one of our biggest gripes – apart from its confusing stance on censorship – was the fact...

Puyo Puyo Tetris Nintendo Switch Review

Puzzle games, in recent times, have become the domain of mobile platforms. We’ve seen them thrive on the likes of the App Store and Google Play. However the Nintendo Switch, which...

Fastrack Reflex Review

Fastrack is a well-known brand in India, owned by watchmaker Titan. Apart from watches, Fastrack sells several accessories such as sunglasses that are targeted at youngsters. The Fastrack Reflex is the...

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Review

The first two entries in the Sniper Ghost Warrior series were first-person shooters known for their linear, story-driven levels, and solid visuals. Although they weren’t too well received by critics, publisher...

TomTom Touch Review

TomTom, the navigation and mapping company, entered the domain of GPS running watches four years ago. The Dutch company has infused its background and knowledge into its wearables, and produced some...

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III Review

The real-time strategy (RTS) genre has had an extended period of hibernation. We saw Halo Wars 2 hit Windows 10 and the Xbox One, but little else has grabbed our attention...

Sandpuppy Fitbelt Review: A ‘Smart’ Massage Belt

There are two types of people in the world - those who suffer, keenly, from backaches and general aches and pains, and those who look upon you in amazement when you...

Sennheiser HD 4.30G Review

The Sennheiser HD 4.30G is part of the new HD 4 series launched recently in India. This new series is designed for on-the-go listening which is evident from the devices' foldable...

Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Outside of the Lego series of video games, no developer other than Telltale Games has proven its format to be adaptable for seemingly everything in the world. Telltale’s first partnership with...

Google Earth on Chrome Is Fast, Smooth, and Still a Lot of Fun

On Tuesday, Google Earth launched a version that works directly in the Web browser. To use it, all you have to do is open the website in Chrome, and you can...