Google Instant Apps Rise Up to Potential after Initial Hiccups

October 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After having introduced it early this year, Google launched the Instant Apps services back in May. But it wasn’t a smooth launch, for Instant Apps had its own bulky share of bugs and issues. The problem started right from the very purpose of the app. Contrary to Google’s claims, Instant Apps were not quite as […]

Microsoft’s Fluent Design is Robust, But There’s Plenty More to Come

October 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The revelation of Microsoft earlier this year had promised us of subtle changes that would come along with the company’s software in the future, particularly with the adoption of Fluent Design. Now, the first part of that is gearing up for release tomorrow with the arrival of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Sure, users would […]

Razer’s First Ever Smartphone All Set for Launch Next Month

October 13, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Razer’s acquisition of NetBit has opened up all the possibility of the peripheral manufacturers to pull out its first ever smartphone. Things are looking more excited now with the company teasing a launch event that further solidifies the belief. Razer’s event is scheduled for November 1, and the teaser shows off a guy playing around […]

Apple’s Upcoming iPhone will Feature Foldable Display, Courtesy of LG

October 13, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s revolutionary iPhone X is yet to hit the markets, but it seems like they are already setting the balls rolling for next big innovations. According to latest reports, Apple is now eyeing to rope in foldable display for one of its upcoming iPhone. The report comes from Korean site Investor, which also says that […]

Facebook’s Oculus Event Unveils New Standalone VR Gear

October 12, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Oculus’ Rift has been here for years, and since its introduction, we have seen dynamic changes subsequently with the introduction of standalone VR gears. Now Facebook is taking a leaf of those and is coming up with its first ever standalone VR headset under the Oculus brand. The new VR headset, called the Oculus Go, […]

Alexa Can Distinguish Your Voice to Get Personalized for You

October 12, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There is one small contrast that draws the line between the digital assistants in smartphones and smart speakers. While you can call the former as a true ‘personal’ assistant, the latter can never quite be the same, unless obviously you are leaving alone. That’s why when Google introduced the Google Home speakers, they upped the […]

Snapchat Contextual Chats to Make it Go Beyond Photo Hosting

October 11, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat started as a mere photo-sharing app for the teens. But its instant growth beyond age barriers is slowly transforming the app into much more than just a photo hosting platform. As a result, the ephemeral texting app is now receiving additional functions that would sure lift it as a more useful app in our […]

Facebook Dedicated Desktop Version of Workplace is a Slack Rival

October 9, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Workplace, the Facebook rival to Slack, has just got better. The team-collaboration service can now be accessed from desktops through a new dedicated app version apart from the normal web version format in which it has been available till now. With the launch of the new app for Windows and Mac, Facebook has also introduced […]

BlackBerry Motion: New Mid-Range Device Sans a Keyboard

October 9, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It has become quite evident that BlackBerry doesn’t anymore push for a physical keyboard like they did during its comeback. After having got more than a couple of dull physical keyboard Android devices onto the market, the Canadian manufacturers are now pushing for devices without their trademark keyboard, of which the most recent one is […]

You will Soon be Able to Control Your Nissan Car with Alexa

October 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon has put Alexa in the driver’s seat, literally. Those who are fans of automaker Nissan’s vehicles would be happy lot as they will now be able to deploy the services of Alexa to control their cars. Nissan has said that some of its cars will follow Alexa commands, if you would want it to […]

Google’s Family Link Parental Control is Now Available for All

October 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s parental controls for Android devices are now accessible for all. After having it introduced earlier this year, Google has kept the feature, called Family Link, available only via invites. But it’s now axing the limit as Family Link is finally available to everyone inside US. The feature will initially have three basic groups of […]

After Echo, it’s Now Echo Show that Google Wants to Beat

October 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Home speakers were a direct rival to Amazon’s Echo speakers. But that was just the beginning. Now, Google could be in for yet another battle in the market if new reports are to be believed. As per details revealed by insiders, Google is now working on a new tabletop speaker that will be powered […]

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