Combined Explore Tabs of Twitter Begin Ride with Android

April 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter announced a major revamp for the platform back in January when it announced that it would be giving up its dedicated Moments tab for a new Explore tab, which will have more than just what was presented through Moments. Now, the feature is finally getting ready to roll out. The newly merged Explore tabs […]

Google Reportedly Lining up Snapdragon 835 for Pixel Successor Trio

April 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is taking a break from its usual tally of smartphone launches this year. With the Pixel successor on cards, reports are now indicating that Google will have three Pixel smartphones launched this year instead of two. And the good news is that none of them will be a trimmed down version. According to the […]

Livestream Dilutes Streaming Dexterities of Mevo Camera with New Integrations

April 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cameras that comes with the capability of live-streaming are supposed to make no big news. But Mevo, from the house of Livestream made a buzz with a launch despite being a simple camera dedicated for live stream. That’s because it was the first to offer integration of livestreaming through Facebook Live. Now, it’s getting better. […]

Siri Can Read Your Unread WhatsApp Messages, Thanks to the New App Update

April 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

iOS users needn’t be bothered anymore to open their WhatsApp to check who messaged them last, or to scroll through all those unread messages. That’s because you can do them all without entering the app, and just by discerning to the read-out option by Siri, all thanks to the latest update of the app. Update […]

iPhone 8 Dummy Model Images Surface Upholding the Rumored Features

April 25, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With the wait for the grand iPhone 8 launch becoming narrower, concerns among the user minds have grown a bit given the inclination the rumors are bearing right now. But thanks to the recently leaked dummy model images that those worries can be shrugged off. Twitter user Benjamin Geskin has leaked a set of images […]

Google Chrome Said to be Lining Up In-built Ad-Blocker

April 25, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google does own the world’s largest platform for online advertising. But it might just turn the blind eye to some of its interests in lieu of user interest. The company is now reported to be planning to introduce an in-built ad-blocking feature to the world’s most used web browser, the Google Chrome. And that will […]

Windows 10 is Finally Making Things Easier for Gmail Users

April 24, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft rolled out a perky update a couple of months ago that brought some handy additions to its mail and calendar apps. Categorization of important mails, display of travel reservations, package delivery details; there were plenty of features that ushered the use of calendar and mail apps in Windows 10. But there was a downside, […]

Motorola Z2 Play will Apparently Have Minimal Design Revamps

April 24, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola Z Play, one of the most brilliant mid-range smartphones of last year is getting a successor this year. The Z2 Play is still to be announced by the Lenovo-owned brand, but new leaks have now appeared giving us glimpses of how the device would look like. TechnoBuffalo have now leaked the render images of […]

Xiaomi Finally Brings Dual-Cam Setup to Its Lead Flagship with Mi 6

April 22, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Xiaomi has officially taken the wraps off its Mi 6 flagship, and as expected the Chinese manufacturer have kept upgraded many of its hardware elements to keep it up to date. The most highlighted ones among the new additions are the dual-camera setup and the chipset it houses. Xiaomi has introduced the dual-cam setup with […]

Facebook is Probing New Silent Speech Communication Tool to Aid the Handicapped

April 22, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook has constantly kept upgrading its skills to be of service to the disabled. Their latest endeavor, which was revealed at the F8 conference, takes an even mightier form to help the disabled through advanced communication tools. The technology which they are currently working upon aims at offering communication means to the handicapped directly with […]

Tumblr Cabana to Let Friends Video Chat and Browse YouTube Simultaneously

April 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tumblr is stepping onto video chatting with the launch of its new app. Called Cabana, this new video chatting app from the house of Tumblr is not just for video chats, but it also lets group YouTube browsing among friends. The primary aim of the app still remains video chatting, but Cabana doesn’t degrade the […]

Light’s Insane 16-Lens Camera Soon to Reach Customers

April 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Having dual-lens packed on the rear-side of a smartphone has become a common trend. But how about having an array of 16 lenses? You heard it right. Light, the American based digital photography company is up with a system that bridges 16 camera sensors together. It wouldn’t be on a smartphone however, as Light’s intriguing […]

Snapchat Launches 3D Lens Features with a Dash of Augmented Reality

April 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook has been constantly shooting arrows at Snapchat in the form of Stories, and as a reply Snapchat is now adding a new feature which should excite everyone. With its latest update, Snapchat is blending its prowess in augmented reality with the much favored lenses feature to add glitters to the videos captured using the […]

The Future of Ad-Blocking Would Search for Content, not Codes

April 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ad-blockers are widely used in modern day browsers, but they are still miles off from achieving perfection. Even the mightiest of ad-blockers fail to identify and hide numerous ads spread across webpages. But that won’t be the case if this newly developed ad-detector is put in action. Researchers from Princeton and Stanford has now uncovered […]

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