Hacking Threat Looms over Smartphone Connected Vehicles

July 27, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smart cars, the term of the future in the automotive industry, promises to pull out the best out of a fully integrated automobile. The core priority in this context is safety. Forget all that. Two veteran hackers out there are showing the world that smartphone connected cars aren’t safe from hacking threats. Charlie Miller, who […]

Microsoft Send Arrives; Email App for Concise Text

July 27, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Outlook app from Microsoft will be joined by a new companion across the US and Canada. It’s called Send, the new email app from Microsoft that will be heading initially for the iOS users in the mentioned region. So why get hooked up with two apps with the same account, and for the same […]

Commodore Returns; Retro PC is Now an Android Smartphone

July 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
commodore PET

Remember the best-selling computers that peeked into our home during the 80s, much before Windows and Macs replaced them? Commodore is a name that was in vogue then. You would be more than glad to know that they are back in business. It’s not any retro affair that’s on the hunt for pitching a new-age […]

Instagram Now Lets You Search through Your PC

July 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Instagram users out there, mind sparing a few minutes to check out what’s new in your favorite social photo-sharing media? You may also just head out to Instagram service from your desktops, and you could spot the difference the moment you get logged in. In an effort to enhance the Instagram experience across all platforms, […]

Google+ Photos to Give Way to New and Improved Photos App

July 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The doomsday is nearing for Google+ Photos. We all knew it; but it now gets official. Google has announced that their long serving app for photo storage will now make way for the new and refined Google Photos app; you better not be confused with the names. Google in their announcement says that the Google+ […]

Galaxy Tab S2 is the Lightest Tablet from Samsung

July 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung has announced a new range of Galaxy Tab S2 tablets, which now makes to their line-up as the thinnest and lightest tablet. Measuring just 5.6mm in thickness, the device will be made available in two size variants; the 8-inch and 9.7-inch models. The smaller model of Galaxy Tab S2 line-up weighs only 389g, making […]

Moov Now Fitness Tracker Powered by AI

July 23, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Yet another fitness wearable is now gearing up to penetrate the market in the hundred-dollar range. Moov Now is the new device that wants to get you going with your fitness regime. But then, why prefer a new device when there’s already a plethora of similar devices in the market? May be the device has […]

Protect Your iPad with the New Rugged Casing from Logitech

July 23, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Logitech is stepping up efforts to prove that they are not just confined to a name in PC peripherals. The company is now bringing forward a new range of protective casings for the Apple iPad. The new Blok series of iPad cases will be launched into the market under the Logi brand. As it has […]

Volvo Wants Your Babies to be Seated Safe as a Co-rider

July 22, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
volvo baby seat

In the automobile industry, the priority has always been, and will remain, safety. Not an underwhelming statement this, taking into account the safety features that are brought into modern-day cars. From air-bags to stability controls, automated braking to even fully automated cars, human brains have been pioneering the word safety in cars to quite a […]

Microsoft HoloLens; Yes for Holography, No Thanks for its Field of View

July 22, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

When Microsoft announced their ambitious HoloLens device, we were all left dumbfounded.  One among the many bright prospects of virtual reality is its immersive 360 degree viewing. Going by what’s been hyped, we are supposed to be treated with a beyond 3D display when donning the HoloLens, aren’t we? Ok, that’s supposed to be too […]

ZTE Axon Arrives with a Heart that Reaches Out to the US

July 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not many smartphones have arrived from China with the core purpose of attracting the market outside its home nation. Exceptions can be found as in the case of the launch of the Mi 4i smartphone. But yet, they haven’t bothered to come outside of the shell that binds them to being cheap flagships. But the […]

Spam Menace Plummets, Says Symantec

July 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Every month, security analysts of Symantec Security Responses come up with a report on cyber threats, covering the malware threats and spam mails flooding the inboxes. Their latest report of the month of June has now turned to be a rather delightful. The report says that the overall spam rate has come down to below […]

Geeksphone Pulls the Plug off its Smartphone Business

July 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Geeksphone Peak with Firefox OS

As a customer, you often have felt the necessity of more intriguing features in smartphones, those which embrace the boundaries of innovations. It’s not any different with the manufacturers either. But it’s only with the progress of time they realize that blooming of such innovations becomes twitched in the teeming markets of smartphone industry. The […]

Buy Button from Google Goes Live on Smartphones

July 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

You have heard of it before, the Buy button from Google that would let you do away with e-commerce shopping in quick time. But those were like the voices from an unseen character. We never saw the option coming out in the search page even with rumors coming out like flash floods. Anyway, the unseen […]

Google Maps Now Lets You Sync Locations from PC to Smartphones

July 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphones are turning out to be the new word for computing. From searches to e-commerce, online payments to social networking, everything across the internet world is now getting shrunk to attract small screens. The case is same even for map locations. But still, there are people who prefer the widescreen display while hunting for locations. […]

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