Xiaomi Shakes Up Affordable Drone Segment with its First Drone Output

May 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has announced what could be called their most ambitious project till date – an affordable 4K drone. The new Mi Drone, which comes within $500 range is a direct take on DJI’s Phantom 3, which was labelled as the cheapest drone in the market. Xiaomi’s Mi Drone will be arriving in two […]

Google Confirms Nexus Player Discontinuation

May 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Nexus Player, Google’s first Android powered set top box device, has now been taken down from the last official store where it survived; the Google Store. The move has taken place even before the completion of two years since the device hit the markets. Nexus Player, which was the first set-top box from Google featuring […]

Twitter Officially Leaving Behind Some of its Salient Features

May 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Twitter was previously ridiculed for its thought on giving up the 140-limit character limit on tweets. But ever since, it has been mulling heavily over other methods to reach out more to the  public. One such measure was said to be arriving, a few days ago, with the measure intending to bring a relaxation to […]

Apple Reportedly Opening Up Siri for Third Party Apps

May 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Apple will finally unlock the Siri gates for third party app developers. According to a report from The Information, Apple is finally stepping up to expand its personal assistant beyond Apple-owned operating systems, as a part of which the company will now have third party support offered with Siri. And that’s not the only thing […]

Samsung  Gear Fit Successor Might Feature Curved Display

May 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Gear Fit, the fitness wearable that was launched a couple of years ago by Samsung, will soon be having a version 2.0. This is according to a new leak that has also demonstrated the glimpses of Gear Fit 2 from various angles. One interesting feature that can be spotted right away is the incorporation of […]

OLED Touch Bar and Touch ID to Feature in 2016 Macbook Pro Revamp

May 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Apple’s high-end Macbook Pro will be having a major overhaul towards the end of this year, and this will involve some serious business, according to newly-emerged reports. Accordingly, the device will be witnessing its biggest ever revamp since its release, and it will include some anticipated features like Touch ID, OLED Touch Bar, and more. […]

Google’s Modular Smartphone will Kickstart Its Journey Next Year

May 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Seldom do we hear about Google’s Ara project these days; the one which put forward the ambitious idea of modular smartphone. Words about the project were so upsetting that its demise was nearly to be concluded. But Google has pulled the surprise out of the box, and it’s that modular phone concept is up and […]

Gear Up for Smart Jackets from Google

May 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Fashion is no more about style, it’s all about technology. Watches have given way to smart watches, eye wear devices to smart glasses, bracelets to smartbands, and so on. The latest out there in this category is now jacket, for which we are witnessing the collaboration of two giants from their respective fields; Levis and […]

Mac Unlocking Using iPhones Anticipated with Next OS Overhaul

May 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference is just around the corner. Come this June, and we will be treated with some major overhauls in the software field offered by Apple, which will also cover the Mac OS. There are many features said to be coupled along with the upcoming OS overhauls, but one noticeable feature is […]

Play Store Steps onto Chromebook, and Here’s Why Microsoft Should Worry

May 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It’s official; Google Play Store and its apps are now heading for Chrome OS. It’s not a big surprise; predictions were already laid after Play Store support was spotted in the Chromebook settings last month. All it required was an official nod from Google, and that’ what has arrived during the Google I/O conference now. […]

Android N Offers Seamless Update Experience

May 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Android N is not something unfamiliar to us. With the developer preview rolled out in March, Google has already introduced many of the features we can expect in the new Android OS iteration. However, a little more is now getting revealed as Google gears up to expand the beta for all. One such feature that now […]

Google Allo Messenger Comes with In-built Google Services and Machine Learning

May 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Beware messengers; Google is stepping up to enter your domain. This summer, the Mountain View company will be introducing a new app called Allo, which would primarily serve as a Messenger, rivalling the services from WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. But unlike the rest, Google’s Allo would have an upper hand, which is why we mentioned […]

Tumbler iOS App Gets New GIF Posts Feature; Supports Text Overlays

May 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Nearly six months since Tumblr introduced its GIF creation tool, the social media app is now presenting some handy extensions centred around the same. A new update is now being rolled out for the iOS version of Tumblr, which now brings forward two handy features for all GIF lovers. One is a new feature called […]

Lenovo Moto X Line Up to be Succeeded by New Moto Z Series

May 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Lenovo’s flagship series Moto X enjoyed a good run ever since its birth three years ago, with more than a couple of generations of the smartphone making their way into the markets over the period. However, Lenovo is feeling the need for a change, as a result of which the brand will be going through […]

Twitter Might Soon Spare Photos, Links from 140-Character Limit

May 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It’s always frustrating to see the character limit in Twitter when trying to insert photos and links in tweets. However, users could soon get relieved of this, as reports are now suggesting that Photos and Links will no more be a part of the 140-character limit imposed by Twitter. The news comes from insiders, and […]

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