Stuff India - a Campaign India sister publication - turns four this December. Padhiar explains what's changed over the years
It's a move that can give a fillip to an industry that desperately needs it is the common consensus, finds Arati Rao
The year's most anticipated boy-toy was unveiled by a scrawny man dressed in a uniform of blue jeans and a black polo neck tee. Steve Jobs hogged the limelight, holding in his hand, the Apple iPad. The Cupertino-based company's take on a tablet computer has been the subject for intense speculation and prediction since 2008 and the iPad is surprisingly close to the putative impressions drawn up by tech experts. That is perhaps one of the reasons why it doesn't shock like the original iPhone did in 2007.
The annual pilgrimage to the Golden Gate city saw a lot of enthusiastic and anxious Apple fans gather around MacWorld 2009.
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