February 2014: February 2014- EPC World issue focus on Is India ready for BS IV?. Mumbai Monorail-A flip to Mumbaikars. The Key feature of the issue are: Stark Reality-Odisha Power Supply, Special Report-L&T’s Power Project, Oil & Gas Sector, Industry reaction - RBI’s move on rates
December 2013: EPC World December 2013 issue focus on Infrastructure Finance. The Key feature of the issue are: Excon 2013 Cloud with Silver Lining and 4th EPC World Awards
November 2013: EPC World November 2013 issue focus on Infrastructure and Construction equipment. The Key feature of the issue are: Equipment Finance, CE Market growth and also covers communication, WILO: Bringing Innovation in Water Segment
October 2013: EPC World October 2013 issue focus on Infrastructure and Mining. The Key feature of the issue are: Construction Design and Software Also covers Excon 2013.
September 2013: EPC World September 2013 issue focus on Infrastructure and Ports. The Key feature of the issue are: Wastewater Treatment and Construction Chemicals. Also covers Watertech 2013.
August 2013: EPC World August 2013 issue Focus on Infrastructure (Green Buildings), and Sustainable Development. The key feature of the issue is on Construction Machineries. Also covers The Big 5 Construct India.
July 2013: July 2013 Issue covers power, gas and Infrastructure. Some special features like crushing and screening.
June 2013: This Issue Covers: Cover Story:- India's Flow Towards Sustainable growth,Haryana: Riding on the shoulders of industrial & infra development, Equipments: CE Industry Targets revival in skeptical market and more. Buy Today Online.
March 2013: In March 2013 issue, EPC World magazine covers Budget - 2013, Infra focus- Wind Energy, Special Features - Road Construction, Construction Designs and Softwares.
February 2013: Interview,Market round up,Performance Highlights,Infra focus,waterproof & construction chemicals,By invitation,Product Profile,Post BC india 2013,Communication,Event watch-Bauma munich.......
December 2012: Infra-construction segments have been on a rapid pace and are unveiling new potential avenues despite a global and domestic slowdown in the market scenario. Tapping these latest advancements, EPC World in its December issue focuses upon the effectiveness of numerous components like EPC, concrete construction equipments, modulations attained in the building industry through the usage of marvel materials like glass etc.
November 2012: Mining and reforms in land allotment and acquisition has been the hot discussion points clouding the prevailing scenario. Exploring further into these issues, EPC World in its November issue overlooks upon the nooks and corner of the LARR Bill. Also a broad focus is delved upon the mining segment by portraying the potentials, prevailing barricades and possible solutions attained from excerpts of ministers and industry experts etc. EPC World also dedicates its issue in portraying the IMME expo unveiling the potentials of mining industry from the eyes of industry majors involved in the segment.
October - 2012: EPC WORLD focus on Infra, Project finance, Construction design and Software, and Industrial paintings and coatings.
September - 2012: In this issue we focus on Building Material in construction industry. Infra focus on Airports modernization.
August - 2012: In the August Issue of EPC WORLD magazine we are focusing on Infrastructure, Ports, material handling and equipments.
July - 2012: SPECIAL COVERAGE - Roads & Highways COVER STORY - Metro Municipalities: Churning Cities into Revenue Hubs INFRA FOCUS .
Enjoy the most out of your Samsung galaxy S4 smartphone.
The Galaxy S4 is one of the most lusted after Android smartphones ever, with months of rumours, leaks, hyperbole and more than one launch event. Interest in the phone in the lead up to launch was at least as high as for Apple's iPhone 5S and iPhone 6.
Now that the Galaxy S4 is finally on sale, just two simple questions remain. Most importantly, is this the best smartphone you can buy today? But also, has Samsung taken a big step forward over last year's S3 or is this more an evolution of that handset?
Samsung Galaxy S4
It's finally here and it looks very similar to its predecessor
BUILD QUALITY AND DESIGN
At first glance you'd have to err towards an evolution. The Galaxy S4 certainly isn't a phone to show off with; not that it doesn't look rather pretty, but more because it's almost unrecognisable from its predecessor unless you look up close. This is no bad thing in our opinion as it didn't attract any unwanted attention on the train home, unlike an iPhone 5 just after its release.
The new handset appears to retain the same white plastic finish, but look closer and you'll see a fine diamond pattern beneath the gloss surface. It's a nice touch, and one subtle enough to avoid accusations of unnecessary bling. It manages to avoid attracting fingerprints too, so you won't need to incessantly polish it to keep it looking clean. The silver trim around the edges might look like metal, but it's actually plastic as well.
Samsung Galaxy S4
We rather like the subtle new pattern, but it's far more pronounced on the Black version
Given its big 4.99in display, the S4 is surprisingly svelte. It measures just 136.6x69.8x7.9mm and weighs only 130g. That makes it both smaller overall and lighter than both its immediate rivals, the Sony Xperia Z and our current favourite, the HTC One.
From the front the most obvious change is the thinner screen bezels, both down the edges and at other end. This puts the screen just 2.5mm away from the edge of the device and it's becoming hard to imagine this distance getting any smaller without seriously compromising the survivability of the handset when dropped. The sides have been squared off, compared to the S3, which makes it easier to grip though it looks a little chunkier for it.
The areas above and below the screen are now far smaller, which has significantly reduced the amount of space for the physical home button and touch sensitive menu and back commands. This could have made them awkward, but the button needs an appreciably lighter press and we had no trouble hitting the touch sensitive controls.
Samsung Galaxy S4
The screen fills the handset like we've never seen before
Despite having a removable rear cover, which has advantages we'll discuss later, the S4 doesn't suffer overly for this practicality. The rear panel fits snug against the body with no flex or shift. When in place, the handset feels like a single piece of tech. It looks somewhat flimsy when removed, but we've taken it off many times without cracking or breaking it.
The Galaxy S4 is among the best-looking plastic phones we've ever seen. It's a decent evolution from the S3, ironing out plenty of the minor flaws that its predecessor had. These include a USB port that didn't look very well cut out and a rear case that had quite a loose fit; with the S4, it feels that much more finished and as though more attention has been paid to the detail.
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