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HTC Adds Live YouTube Streaming to RE Camera; Gets Rid of its “Awful” Tag

January 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cameras these days essentially must not be solely dedicated to only snapping pictures. The sagacity must be that they must possess the power of internet, to the least, thus by supporting a wide range of features and apps that can boast its functioning. Manufacturers have been striving to get off-centre features to their devices, but […]

Butt, Seriously! Capture Pictures of Your Rear with the Belfie Stick

January 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Well, well, well.  So now we have someone who has prioritized the butt-capture phenomenon. And just when we thought selfie sticks to be the least interesting of innovations, folks at image social networking site of On.com are making us rework our conclusions. Belfie Stick is one of a kind device from them, at least as of […]

Apple Patent for Smart Stylus Granted; Look Forward to an Amazing Accessory

January 2, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Looks like Apple is toeing the Samsung line. Rumors of an iPhone 6S Mini have dropped interesting hints about a possible new stylus from Apple. If what we hear is true, Apple might well be inviting much discussion on its plan to think on Sammy’s lines when it comes to a stylus. But that doesn’t […]

Tag Heuer Smartwatch to Arrive by 2015-end; Expected to Rope in Intel Processors

December 19, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever since Jean Claude Biver spoke against Apple Watch, there has been plenty of talk the about Swiss firm LVMH taking on the Cupertino-based technology behemoth with a smartwatch. It has been hearsay for long. But not anymore. LVMH’s most prominent brand in the watch industry, Tag Heuer, is now stepping on to the smartwatch […]

Google Glass to Touch Down on International Space Station in a While

December 17, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Glass was never quite the device that could be described as something out of this world. But it’s time we accept the fact that it is in fact something out of this world, only when being spoken of literally though. As a result of the collaborative work by Kentucky Space and Tufts Center for […]

Google’s New Patent Reveals a Leaner Design for the Next Version of its Eyewear

December 5, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s eyewear venture has not taken the flight it had eyed. Criticism flowed in from everywhere about its design as well as the rather hefty price tag. Efforts since then were to make the device more alluring when it reappears with the next edition. A whole pack of patent awards were granted for Google in […]

Add Wireless Technology to Your Christmas Tree with the New Aura LED Light Bulbs

November 26, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The holiday season is approaching and it’s time to look for decorative items to light up your house. The new Aura light bulbs, which use the latest technology, promise to brighten your Christmas. When it comes to lighting, strand-free bulbs are sure to broaden our smiles. Aura LED bulbs work on wireless technology and they have also hooked […]

Fire TV Stick is Amazon’s Take on Google Chromecast with Some Stirring Edge

November 25, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Media dongles for TVs are a good example of how fast the world of technology is surging ahead. We witnessed a breakthrough in the set-top box section with the advent of Netflix and Hulu Plus and now those are accessible on your TV in a compact manner, even before the larger ones have flourished. Joining the fray […]

Next-Gen Batteries that Could Leave You Spellbound with Awesome Charging Features

November 24, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Be it your smartphone, gadgets, automotives or any other powered stuff, the major hiccup has been battery concerns. The worry has only increased in this smart age. There have been traces of smartness, but none has been efficient enough to find its place in our favorite devices. Things may change in the coming year with […]

Motorola Keylink Helps You Find Your Smartphones and Keys with Just the Push of a Button

November 22, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s an awkward situation we often find ourselves in — misplacing our phone or keys and searching endlessly! You have the key beepers to assist you and now Motorola has come up with a new device that works simultaneously with your phones and keys. Motorola Keylink 9   is the new device that lets you […]

Roost Smart Battery will Turn Your Smoke Detectors More Discerning

November 17, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Home automation technologies have been thriving in this smart age and gadgets are competing with each other to look smarter than the rest. Speak of smoke detectors and smartness is overshadowed by concerns. Smoke detectors pack in batteries that last for one year, which may not be too menacing for users. But the predicament arises […]

UNU Battery Pack Could Charge your iPhones in Half the Time Required

November 15, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple iPhone fanboys sure spend a lot of time pondering over how to cope with their battery needs. If you are in search of a battery that could save time along with a hefty back-up, UNO Superpak Battery may be worth the penny you spend. This external compact battery pack is powered by a 10,000 […]

No Entry for Google Glass and Other Recording Devices Inside Cinemas

October 31, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As part of an updated anti-theft policy announced by Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners, viewers can no longer carry along with them Google Glass, or any related wearable capable of recording, inside cinemas. The new update comes as a measure to ensure zero-tolerance policy when dealing with movie recording […]

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