Xiaomi Mi Max Successor Sets New Battery Standards

May 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Xiaomi started its journey this year with the flagship Mi 6 last month. Before even it started shaking up the markets, the company is up with their next beast, and it’s the successor to the mammoth Mi Max smartphone. The successor features various hardware upgrades, and the most salient one among those is the improved […]

DJI Spark Makes Drone Control a Child’s Play using Hand Gestures

May 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chinese manufacturer DJI is piloting the drone segment with its affordable and efficient drones for quite a time. But one thing even DJI has failed to facilitate was the easiness of its operation. Even the latest Mavic Pro, the smallest at its time of launch, required some strenuous effort and time from users to get […]

Intel May Give Thunderbolt the Go Universal Push with CPU Integration

May 25, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Thunderbolt is still confined to Macs. However, it might soon be changing as the high-speed USB technology is about to go universal as per Intel’s plans. Revealing its intentions to spread the technology across multiple devices, Intel has announced that it’s planning to integrate Thunderbolt 3 into future processors from the company. This will be […]

MateBook X is a Perfect Bounce Back Attempt by Huawei

May 24, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The anticipation was high last year, when Huawei announced its MateBook lineup. However, it slowly faded off after being revealed that the products were being introduced as convertible. Now, Huawei is rebuilding that hype with its new range of MateBook devices, and this time, it seems like it’s up to the mark. At first place, […]

Instagram Now Curates Videos and Images for a Better Story

May 24, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Instagram is looking up to Snapchat yet again to bolster its Stories feature. The Facebook-owned app is now introducing two new features that are similar to what’s available in Snapchat- Location Stories and Hashtag Stories. The feature will bring about curated stories from around based on the hashtag or location provided. Images and videos will […]

Telegram v4.0 Adds a Host of New Features; Video Messages and Payment via Chatbots

May 23, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Despite the hype, chatbots have never quite become acquainted with users as expected. The lack of support for payments inside chatbots was said to be a prime reason with chatbots being particularly deployed to boost businesses. But that’s changing now as messenger platforms are now spearheading the support for payments within chatbots, and Telegram has […]

Google’s New Initiative is to Optimize Android for Low-End Devices

May 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android certainly has its limitations, caused primarily by optimization issues, when it comes to lower end devices. But who better knows it than Google? Speaking at the I/O conference, Google has revealed its plans to get Android for the really cheap smartphones that comes with the lowest specifications. The project is called Android O, and […]

Lenovo Fires Up Convertible Segment with New Flex Laptops

May 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lenovo is playing the catchup with market leaders like Dell and HP in the convertible laptop segment, and it appears that the Chinese vendors are playing its part well in the business. The company has now bolstered its lineup of convertible laptops with a new flex addition. Flex 5, the latest output of Lenovo comes […]

Google’s Daydream Platform Gets Its Biggest Expansion with New Standalone Headset

May 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was bound to happen, and it has now with the Google I/O conference. Daydream, the so far smartphone-constrained VR platform is finally being untangled from external hardware. Google has presented its new standalone headset, which will feature Daydream powered by dedicated chipsets and sensors. The newly announced Daydream headset is the biggest expansion for […]

Google Rolling Out a Complete OS Version of Android for Automobiles

May 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android Auto was Google’s face in the segment of connected cars, but it’s changing. The global tech behemoth is finally up with its dedicated OS for automobiles, and it’s called Android Automotive. Unlike Android Auto, the new Android Automotive is a totally refined version of Android designed with special emphasis for cars. It means that […]

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