Paint is Going Nowhere, Confirms Microsoft Following Backlash

July 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Whether you use it lately or not, taking away something that had been your stepping stone always creates a backlash. Microsoft was at the receiving end of something similar recently when it was reported that it was axing the much beloved Paint from Windows with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. But thanks to some […]

HTC U11 Sports Sapphire Blue as it Gears Up for India Roll Out

July 25, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HTC is all set to spread more smiles in India, with the manufacturer deciding to introduce the third color variant of the U11 smart phone in the country. The device will be available in the markets in hues of Sapphire Blue soon. The new Sapphire Blue variant has already been put up for pre-order. HTC […]

Google Image Stabilization Tools are Finally Making their Way into Android

July 24, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Motion Stills app was launched last year on iOS with the core purpose of offering a GIF maker that stabilizes your images without any hardware retrofit. Now, it’s finally preparing for an entry into the Android ecosystem. Indeed, the absence of Live Photos means that Android users will be restricted to looping GIFs and […]

LG Finally Gets to Enjoy Power Snapdragon 835 with V30 Phablet

July 22, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It seems like LG’s flagship tablet is getting some flair amidst rumors of the rival flagships. The LG V30 phablet, which is nearing its launch date, has now been spotted on benchmark listing, revealing a lot of what it packs in the final stage. According to the Geekbench listing, the V30 will be powered by […]

Google Introduces Feed to Make Flagship App a Browsing Destination

July 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s most prominent app has for long been known for searches. It later introduced the card-based Google Now feature to offer more than just searches to the users. Now, the company is taking its biggest terms in that direction. Google’s flagship app is now receiving an update that will introduce feeds to the iOS and […]

Samsung’s Confirmation Puts Note 8 Launch Ahead of iPhone and Pixel

July 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have already witnessed the introduction of some awe-inspiring smartphones this year. But the bigger ones are still yet to arrive. The likes of iPhone 8 and Google Pixel 8 has been already topping the rumor headlines with the leaked pieces of information, but it appears that Samsung will be the once to hit the […]

Amazon is Reportedly Working on a Social-Messaging App Called Anytime

July 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tech behemoth Amazon is reportedly involved with the working of a new messaging app. Called Anytime, this new app is now being developed by keeping user interests on top of everything else. According to AFTV News, Amazon is reportedly conducting a survey based on its new app to fetch the feedback of users on some […]

Oculus Readying a Standalone VR Headset; May Launch Next Year

July 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook-owned Oculus is giving a new direction to the development of VR headsets within the company. After rallying around the Rift headset for years, Oculus is now up with a new product that will bring out standalone VR experience to the users. Called Pacific, the new device is being developed in association with Xiaomi, which […]

Apple iPhone 8 will Miss Out on Wireless Charging at Launch

July 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Rumors about flagship features always ignite the excitement much before the official launch takes place. Not all of them accompany the final device. Sadly, most of them disappear due to the inability of the manufacturer to ease past the technical difficulties within the specified time. We have recently seen majors like Samsung dropping much-expected features […]

Pixel Early Render Leaks Reveal Squeezable Edges and Rounded Corners

July 13, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s second iteration of its Pixel devices have been revealed to be manufactured by LG and HTC. As per the reports, the bigger device was under the to-do-list of LG, while it was HTC which was assigned with the task of more traditional Pixel device. With that being said, it would be of no surprise […]

Android Trying to Keep Malware Off with New Hidden Feature

July 12, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has been constantly working to foster the security of its Android OS, and it has come up a long way in that regard. Yet, being primarily open to third party accesses, Android is still an OS that’s open for numerous malware threats. Google is now entering to address this very concern. Despite lacking complete […]

Camera Maker RED Makes Smartphone Foray with Holographic Displays

July 11, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Camera manufacturers entering the sphere of smartphone is nothing new. We have seen the likes of Kodak and Polaroid coming up with their own smartphones, only to be squeezed out in a market that’s probably the most crowded. That, however, hasn’t stopped other manufacturers from trying the same. The latest to give a shot at […]

You Can Now Reply to Instagram Stories with Pictures & Videos

July 8, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Instagram’s Story feature is one feature that has received heavy upgrades ever since it was introduced. The app has constantly upgraded the feature to stay on par with Snapchat, and as a result, it is now receiving a major overhaul that will add photo replies to Stories. The photo replies is similar to photo comments […]

HTC Likely to Include Edge Sense Technology on a Mid-Range Smartphone

July 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HTC’s Edge Sense boundaries that were introduced with the U 11 flagship is by no means a fully-fledged feature. It has still long way to go before it shows any sign of being a standard feature in smartphones. On its side, the company is giving perpetual push to the feature in forms of updates and […]

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