Huawei to Embrace Bezel-less Trend with Upcoming Honor Magic

December 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Huawei

Going bezel-less has swiftly become the trend among smartphone flagships these days. Xiaomi has already embraced the path with Mi Mix, and Apple and Samsung are said to be following the suit with their upcoming flagship devices. But much before the giants show up with their respective pieces, the tech world could witness the entry […]

Facebook Just Introduced a New Tool for Creating Custom Frames

December 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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A lot of you might be aware of geofilters in Snapchat that lets you add location-based filters atop photos. Now, Facebook is having one of its own. The social media giants are taking yet another leaf out of Snapchat’s playbook by introducing a new filter tool that lets users create custom frames for their profile […]

Bluetooth’s New Version Arrives with Double Speed and Quadruple Range

December 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The next-gen batch of devices is gearing up to get smarter. Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has now revealed the latest evolved version of Bluetooth technology, called Bluetooth 5, with bettered capabilities over its predecessors like it was rumored before. The latest Bluetooth technology will now be arriving with double the speeds over the current […]

Samsung to Follow in Apple’s Footsteps by Ditching Headphone Jack

December 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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We have already heard rumors about Samsung ditching the 3.5mm jack in its upcoming Galaxy S8 flagship. Most of us might have wished those to remain only as rumors, but it now seems that those are turning out to be more than just rumors. According to SamMobile, the South Korean giant indeed appears to be […]

You will finally be Able to Steer through Android Auto by using Voice Commands

December 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Android Auto wasn’t something that was introduced weird, but it later on managed to become one. The reason was that apparently, there wasn’t a voice control available for controlling this infotainment system on your dashboards. That should sound weird, given that the only mode of interaction with the system is the touch interface, which can […]

Microsoft AI will now Aid the Visually Impaired in Microsoft Office

December 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Microsoft’s work with artificial intelligence has most often managed to be top notch. Now, the company is taking its neural networks a step ahead to make something out of it for the visually impaired. Computer Vision Cognitive Service, an upcoming feature that will be incorporated in Microsoft Office, is designed so as to empower its […]

BlackBerry Mercury Leaks Reaffirm Presence of Physical Keyboard

December 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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BlackBerry’s Priv was unique in terms of design, despite failing to provide the right delivery for the Canadian company. The successor devices, the DTEK 50 and the DTEK 60, were however below the mark in this regard, failing to create the impression of the Blackberry touch in it. Moreover, it felt like mere rebranded Alcatel […]

Amazon Snowmobile Semi-Truck is One Huge Hard Drive for Uploading Bulk Data to Servers

December 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Amazon Web Services, the cloud services from the e-retail giant, is getting a huge addition, and it’s huge literally. Called the Snowmobile, this semi-truck introduction from Amazon is actually a mobile data center that will handle massive amount of data uploads and transfers to the cloud. Obviously, this cloud storage service is not for your […]

Chrome Defaults to HTML5 with the Latest Update for Mac, Windows and Linux

December 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google’s multi-phased axing of the sluggish flash player is nearing its completion. With the latest version 55 update for Chrome browser on Mac, Windows and Linux, Google has made HTML 5 default in its browser, squeezing the usage of Adobe’s Flash Player to the least. Google began its multi-staged phasing out of Flash from its […]

GoPro Karma Grip Resumes Market Ride; Now Available Off the Drone Bundle

December 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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GoPro Karma Grip, the battery powered handheld mount for providing image stabilization to the GoPro cams is now making the return to the markets. This time, it won’t be available bundled along with the Karma drone like it was available during its first stint. Instead, the Karma Grip will now go on sales as individual […]

Nokia Reportedly Planning to Return with Android by Mid 2017

December 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Microsoft’s acquisition of Nokia has got the latter’s name almost completely wiped out from the smartphone industry. The Finnish company is now holding on to the mobile industry with feature phones after having its name replaced in lieu of Lumia branding. Return of the former giant has been in the talks for quite a time […]

Moto Z Eyeing to Up Appeal by Adding Project Tango Mod

December 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Moto Z hasn’t yet been able to capitalize on its Moto Mod USP despite having introduced one of the best modular experiences in smartphones till date. That’s partly due to the fact the company has failed to introduce any new module following the launch of its initial batch of four Moto Mods. However, the Lenovo-owned […]

Amazon is Building on the Echo Success with a Premium Touch Screen Speaker

December 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Amazon’s Echo family is getting a huge update. The speaker series that ignited the Alexa flame will soon be receiving a new addition that will be featured as the premium range Echo speaker from Amazon. The new premium speaker from Amazon will introduce a new mode of interaction apart from the voice controlled interaction that […]

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