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Google Now Opens Up to WhatsApp and Other Third-Party IMs’ Integration 

July 30, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Ever thought how easier life would have been if Google Now handled all your IM apps? If yes, we bring music to your ears. The personal assistant in Android devices is now stepping up to offer third-party integration support, which means you could dictate or send messages on your popular messenger services by just uttering […]

Moto G Images Surface Online ahead of Official Debut

July 29, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It feels like official debuts these days happen just for the sake of it. We are treated with leaks and rumors that promise to stick close to the actual device even before it makes its way to public terrain. And here we are with yet another leak, this time it is the next G-smartphone from […]

Microsoft Send Arrives; Email App for Concise Text

July 27, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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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
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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 […]

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

July 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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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+ […]

Moov Now Fitness Tracker Powered by AI

July 23, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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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 […]

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

July 22, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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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 […]

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

July 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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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 […]

Geeksphone Pulls the Plug off its Smartphone Business

July 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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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 […]

How Autonomous Vehicles Could Help Cut Down Emissions

July 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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We do believe that EVs and Hydrogen cell vehicles are inching closer to be the future of automobiles. But equally anchoring on the forefront are autonomous vehicles, although being far behind the EVs in terms of commercial entry. Eco admirers might not want these to overtake the pace of green vehicles, but researchers are listing […]

Meerkat Update can Turn Viewers to Streamers for a Cameo Play

July 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Social media is all about sharing. All you pine for is to unfurl your bits and pieces for maximum reach within your circle, or sometimes even beyond. With the evolution of sharing came features like tagging, bonding multiple accounts under a single pin-up and the like. The latest app getting a hang of this feature […]

Insect Legs May Provide a Breakthrough in Aircraft Design

July 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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How does an insect get related with aircraft? They both fly, of course. But that not the sole line of bondage between the two, as scientists are now researching to fetch the stress-handling features of insect legs into aircraft design. Led by David Taylor, the scientists at Trinity College, Dublin, have been looking for the […]

Hero4 Session is the Smallest Cam from GoPro

July 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

GoPro, the final word in current day action cam segment, has been seeking up for a bit of innovation with a compact cube-sized product, which the company was working on since 2011. And now after almost 4 years, the device has been hurled at the public. The latest action cams from GoPro, and the smallest […]

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