Ehsanur Raza Ronny | The Daily Star
  • Ehsanur Raza Ronny

    Primary life roles: Confused dad, all round car guy, model car builder and cartoonist. Currently Editor of Shift (automobiles), Bytes (technology) and Next Step (career) for the Daily Star. Previously did four years hard labour in advertising before starting Shift and Next Step in 2013 while also re-branding the previous tech publication as Bytes.

  • Haval H9

    Test Drive: Haval H9

    It's the one proper SUV from the same guys that bring in Great Wall pickups. It is also the biggest they have,
  • Emerging technologies in education: Bett Asia 2017

    Learning used to be about children heading to school, reading from the same set of books and years later trying to fit that limited skillset to a variety of tasks. A bit of a hit and miss affair right there as one size does not fit all. Technology comes to that aid offering customisable curriculum tailored to the unique needs and wants of each individual student. I headed to Bett Asia 2017 recently to find out more about digital transformation in education and if we are really done with books.
  • How to survive ride sharing without breaking your back …and other tips

    In Bangladesh, the roads are not meant for every Tamim, Dip and Harun. There is only one way you can truly utilise roads and reach your destination intentionally, fashionably late. That is if you're a government official, child of a government official or close relative of that child of a government official. Only then can you be like Moses and have the wrong side of the roads part for you.
  • Autoart JTCC R32 Skyline

    There's a reason why people are nuts about the Nissan R32 Skyline (built 1989-1991). It was one of the first cars form Japan that
  • Honda Vezel Hybrid

    Test Drive: Honda Vezel Hybrid

    The Vezel is the go-to compact SUV for Bangladesh right now. But that's the petrol version. How good is the hybrid version then?