The other day I read a Facebook post which said “I saw a guy at Starbucks. He had no smartphone, tablet or laptop. He just sat there drinking his coffee like a psychopath.” This really threw me back. Actually, I was troubled and shocked at the thought of someone who did not know the reality of the situation. It made me think twice what this world had come to. Not more than 30 years ago and even now in some parts of our country that’s exactly what people do in a coffee shop—sit and enjoy a cup of coffee without the distraction of modern-day gadgets.
Gadgets are our ultimate source of utility. They make things easier for use and somehow entertain us when we’re bored. They do lots of things for us, though just like any technological device, they are prone to malfunctions. With that, though, we figured to list down five easy-to-follow tips in taking care of your gadgets.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 5: Google ratcheted up its rivalry with Apple and Amazon by unveiling new smartphones, an internet-connected speaker that channels a digital assistant, and other gadgets the company hopes to make indispensable.