Xiaomi to Unveil Its First Smartwatch Later This Year

May 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Xiaomi is not just launching a smartwatch for the kids; they are gearing up one for the adults too. The Chinese manufacturer has engaged themselves with a series of product launches this year, most of which will be coming to the markets this month. Alongside, they will also have their first ever smartwatch launched into […]

Here’s How to Get Material Design on YouTube Web

May 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We all love material design. But the thing is, there aren’t enough providers who have taken the concept out of the smartphone OS ecosystem and pushed it into the web. Even Google has been on a lull when it comes to some of its major websites’ material design concept. However, it’s starting to change as […]

Xiaomi Smartwatches for Kids Arrive with GPS Tracker

May 3, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We don’t often see high ranking smartphone vendors playing around with gadgets dedicated for kids. But Xiaomi, the Chinese firm that is eyeing a global takeover, is now stepping up to offer a technological boost for the small ones. Xiaomi’s upcoming gadget is called Mi Bunny, and it falls under the category of a smartwatch […]

Cortana Search Box Now Exclusive to Bing and Edge Browser

May 3, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is scaling down the support of Cortana in Windows 10 devices. From now on, the personal assistant service from Microsoft will only be coupled with Microsoft’s own Bing search engine and Edge browsers for search queries. The announcement was made by Microsoft through their blog, which reads that the decision has been made to […]

Google Developing New Travel Companion App

May 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has offered multiple apps for users to ease their travel worries, over the years. Now, the bundle of apps is going to get expanded as Google is planning to launch a new one for the travel freaks. Called Trips, the app is said to be collectively threading many of the features from Google’s various […]

File Sharing Now Made Easier in iOS Version of Google Hangouts

May 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Are you among the ones who don’t prefer sharing photos and links via Hangouts in iOS? There’s nothing wrong even if you are, as you can easily blame it upon the lack of native share extension support for the app. But this could get changed, as the app from Google is presenting some improved features […]

Instagram Design Set for Change

April 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s obvious that Instagram hasn’t gone through a huge overhaul in terms of design when compared to the rest in the business. Credit that to the popularity of the long-preferred design or whatever, but that might soon get changed. Reportedly, Instagram is currently testing its new design with some of its users. Not many are […]

Word Flow Keyboard from Microsoft Embraces iOS with Exclusive Additions

April 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It seems like Microsoft has a never-ending love for developing non-native keyboards. Following the launch of its Hub keyboard on Android and iOS, Microsoft is now bringing out a new keyboard, which this time comes exclusively for iOS devices. You might wonder why Microsoft has preferred to roll out two distinct keyboards, but we must […]

Facebook Eyeing More Content from Your Camera

April 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s not necessary that news feed in Facebook be filled with real content that’s native to the user who posted it. Facebook now wants to have more original content from users to pop up in the feeds. As part of this move, the social networking site is now said to be working on a new […]

Google Play Store and Android Apps to Arrive on Chrome OS

April 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google had earlier indicated a big dream of merging Chrome OS with Android. However, they later turned it down by stating that the two OSes would be kept within their own identities. However, there could be still delight for Chrome OS users as a connection is now being created between the two operating systems in […]

Snapchat Face Swap Gets More Interesting with new Features

April 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Face Swap feature Snapchat introduced through the Lenses filter can be called a revolution for the social media photo enthusiast. Not only did it introduce new and quirky features to add fun to photography, but also did it manage to rose Snapchat popularity to new levels. Now, it’s taking it to newer levels by […]

Acer Switch Alpha 12: Two-in-One Laptop with Liquid Cooling

April 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Laptop vendors everywhere will just be keen to heat up things with their products. Acer in the meanwhile is looking to cool down their new device. The Taiwanese manufacturer has now introduced the new Acer Switch Alpha, which is the first from the company to feature liquid cooling in a portable device. The feature, which […]

Microsoft Translator App Brings Major Overhauls in Android

April 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft’s Translator app is not the first pick for Android customers when it comes to translating. The app does carry out its job to perfection, but there are obvious shortcomings which instantly hand the upper hand to the Google Translator app. But we see Microsoft trying hard to strike off its shortcomings, as the Redmond […]

Facebook Group Calling in Messenger Arrives

April 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Facebook is expanding the communication possibilities through its Messenger platform. The world’s largest social media has started offering group voice calls to the participants of group chat in the Messenger platform. The new feature is being packed along with the latest update that can be obtained from the app stores. It’s made available both for […]

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