LG Gram Light Weight Laptop Debuts in the US  

October 3, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s quite plain and open that LG’s laptop segment had never had been resonating in the same frequency as of its remaining segment. Quite frankly, many still remain unaware of the fact that they have been into the portable PC segment, and one such market which has completely remained oblivious to LG laptops was the […]

Roku 4 Spotted in FCC Listing with High-End Stream Capabilities

October 2, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It appears that set-top box manufacturer Roku is not in the mood to stand back and watch the show being controlled by the rest. A new flagship stream-box device is now reportedly in the offing, and it’s to take on rivals with a bang. Things are now getting boiled up as a recently spotted FCC […]

Invite iOS App from Microsoft to Ease the Task of Scheduling Meetings

October 1, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s an app from Microsoft that has hit iTunes before appearing in its own Windows Phone market, or Android. It’s called Invite, and it’s arriving to relieve you from the concerns of scheduling group meetings. With an aim to organize meetings on the go, Invite lets organizers schedule a list of dates and times to […]

Samsung Gear VR Headset Comes Cheaper; Adds Smartphone Support

October 1, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Revamping a device with improved features often gives manufacturer a reason for a price hike. But then, Samsung is going against the trend, with their newly announced Gear VR. At the recent Oculus Connect conference, Samsung made a big leap in the field of VR with their newly announced $99-priced Gear Virtual Reality headset, powered […]

Google Nexus Smartphones from Huawei and LG Arrive

September 30, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s latest Nexus offsprings are finally here, giving us the fully furnished and most stable experience of their Android Marshmallow OS. As expected, they have brought in two new devices; the bigger Huawei Nexus 6P smartphone, and the compact LG Nexus 5X smartphone. There’s nothing much that separates the two in terms of the running […]

You Can Now Watch 360-degree Videos in Your Facebook News Feed

September 29, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook and Oculus: Two firms that descend from the same ménage. Yet, even after having a relationship standing for more than a year, we haven’t much from them in a combined avatar. But now, we are finally having it. Facebook has now launched their new 360-degree video viewing feature in Facebook, starting with an awesome […]

Pebble’s Latest Smartwatch is its Lightest; Arrives with a Round Face

September 29, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Watches are meant to be round, and Pebble is no exception for that. The smartwatch manufacturers who went on a spree with their Kickstarter funded Pebble smartwatch is now up with their latest off-spring, and it seems like they are acknowledging what was said first. Pebble Time Round is the latest to be unveiled from […]

Gmail Now Lets You Block Users With Just a Couple of Clicks

September 28, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Inbox flooding is not something which we are entirely alien to. We still have got those countless number of mails we wish had gone to the bin directly rather than popping up in our inboxes. Google has vowed their commitment towards slashing similar mails. Even having brought in the spam flooding to less than 50%, […]

Google Wallet Overhaul on iOS Brings in Ease of Direct Cash Transfers

September 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple might have faced a wider backlash with their entry on Android stores, but Google still looks cosy with their work for iOS devices. The latest from Google to have updated itself inside the Apple store is the new Google Wallet, which brings in some new perks for iOS users. Google recently introduced their new […]

Samsung Galaxy S7 to  Sport a Metallic Unibody Design

September 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Galaxy S6

The metallic ring near the bezel is getting ditched from the flagship series of Samsung. Galaxy S7, the upcoming flagship expected to make debut in February. The device is now billed to don a new metallic unibody design, which will have the metallic frame embodiment wiped out. Reports that flow out of Samsung’s supply unit […]

Skype Getting Set to Work with Microsoft Edge’s Plug-In Free Ecosystem

September 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

One of the biggest pluses in Microsoft Edge is its new Object RTC, which lets developers infuse their video calling apps into the browser without the requirement of any external plug-ins. We were expecting a whole bunch of web-chat services to jump up and embrace the feature once the ORTC make its debut. And, as […]

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