BlackBerry’s Latest Android Could Finally Put the Pieces Together

September 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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BlackBerry stepped back a bit with the DTEK50 smartphone, its second Android powered device. Although with a good price-tag, the device was somewhat less powered than the previous flagship device of the Canadian company.  Now, the company is putting its gears back on top, as reports now suggest a new successor to the DTEK50 smartphone. […]

Google Adds Incognito Search to its iOS App

September 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google has been drawing flak for the way it defaulted non-encryption on its Allo app. But the company is proving that it is still devoted to providing users with a safe and secure walkway on the net. The company has now released a new update for its search app on iOS app, bringing incognito search […]

Google Hangouts Update Adds Chrome Custom Tabs

September 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google wants to remind its users that despite the launch of consumer focused apps like Google Duo and Google Allo, it’s still keeping focused with the enterprise-focused works for Google Hangouts. A new update has now been rolled out by Google for Hangouts, which adds some new tweak to make sure that the app gets […]

Samsung Eyes Next-Gen Water Repelling Tech for Future Smartphones

September 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The Flagship definition is not anymore confined to just the hefty spec-line a device features. It has got further dimensions in the modern age. One prominent factor of a smartphone is its withstanding capability; the resistance it offers to dust, shock, and most importantly water. The more the flagships are getting revealed, vendors are pushing […]

Roku Updates Streaming Box Lineup; Brings in Cheapest Roku

September 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Roku is having a take on the affordable streaming boxes and sticks. The company has just revamped its lineup of media streaming boxes, introducing four new streaming box pitched to cater different user segments and requirements. Alongside, the company has also diverted from its usual naming pattern that involves numbers, introducing new names to each […]

Here’s How to Add Self-Made Stickers in iMessage

September 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Apple seems to have finally picked up the trend of stickers, introducing a bulky set of sticker pack in iMessage with the latest update. Like in all other services like Viber, Messenger etc., stickers in iMessage provide a more precise and funnier way to scribble down expressions and emotions within conversations. As of now, the […]

BLU Life One X2 is a Mid-Range Android with Beefy RAM

September 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It seems like yet another mid-range affordable is pitching its way into the market, but with some perky features this time. We are speaking of the BLU Life One X2 device, which comes with all the ordinary features that makes up an affordable smartphone, yet with some beefy upgrades in some section. Inside the new […]

Google Hardware-Centered Event will also Unveil a New WiFi Router

September 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google will be showing up on stage to present a range of hardware products in under a fortnight from now. What we knew so far was about the Pixel smartphones, Google Home – the Amazon Echo rival, and the 4K Chromecast device. But the list doesn’t here it seems. According to a new report, Google […]

After Google, Apple is Now Stepping in to Rival Amazon Echo

September 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Amazon picked quite an odd platform in the form of speakers to hurl their Alexa powered personal assistant services. But it seems to have worked out surprisingly well for the company, as two tech giants are now stepping in the shoes of Amazon to launch a rival product. The first one, like we all know, […]

Snapchat No More Just an App; Reveals New Hardware Device

September 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Snapchat won’t just stand anymore for ephemerality alone. The company is jumping a huge leap after revealing its first ever hardware product, or rather the company’s first ever product apart from the Snapchat. As a result, the company is also expanding themselves as Snap, Inc., the newly christened name of the now tech-focused company. Snapchat’s […]

CoWatch, the Alexa Powered Smartwatch, Finally Hits Market after Delay

September 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It was during early 2016 that we got the initial preview of how Amazon’s Alexa personal assistant services would shine if bunched inside a smartwatch. CoWatch, the brainchild of iMCO, was introduced with much hype after being that device that brought the Android ecosystem and the Alexa personal assistant service under one hood. Despite having […]

Waze Planning to Kick ‘Tunnel Vision’ Out of Navigation with Tiny, Little Beacons

September 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google-owned Waze has accumulated a hefty community base over these years, all courtesy of its efforts to make navigation pragmatically easier. Waze’s desire to serve its community better has resulted in a number of navigation-friendly features, and here’s yet another one from the navigation app. The company has just rolled out a new tiny Bluetooth […]

Opera V40 Update Makes Private VPN Accessible via its PC Browser

September 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Opera has made its own space of avid followers and user base despite the browser war getting gripped between the rests. This has been achieved by following a self-laid path that dates back to the introduction of the handy little Opera Mini browser for feature phones and smartphones. Opera still follows its off-the-beat path, and […]

Instagram is Finally Opening Up Drafts for Global Audience

September 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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After nearly a month since its announcement, Instagram is finally letting its users play with the drafts feature. With the new roll out, users across the globe will now be able to access the drafts feature that was introduced for testing a few weeks ago. The company says that the new feature will be able […]

Google Launches Trips, a Personalized App to Plan Your Trips

September 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google is at it yet again. After hurling a bunch of apps to ease the travel and navigation of its users, the company is now out with an app that serves as a complete planner for your trips during vacations. Called Trips, the new app is a personalized trip planner that grasps in all details […]

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