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The Reason behind Apple’s Ditching of the 3.5mm Jack Sounds Absurd

February 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What exactly did you think is the reason behind 3.5 mm jack shunning by Apple? To moot wireless headphone connectivity? No. Make it slimmer? No. Provide an extra-wide speaker? Bingo. But wait, seriously? Unfortunately, yes. The reason everyone pointed out for why Apple would have the 3.5mm jack axed from its future iPhones was that […]

Hulu Strides on to Windows 10 with Cortana Support

February 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The current period is witnessing some giant leaps by Hulu. First, they had the premiere of their first-ever original drama, 11.22.63. Now, they are making a bigger expansion by joining a new platform along their ride to be a dominant force. It’s never a surprise though; it’s Windows 10 that has now joined the list […]

Mattel Refined Cardboard Viewer Could Simply be the Best Out There

February 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There was nothing special when Mattel transformed its View-Master into a virtual reality gear last year. After all, it was just presented as a good-looking Google Cardboard device. But roll the calendars to the current date, and it seems like Mattel has really learned what it takes to lure the minds of the VR fanatics. […]

MyShake Helps Your Smartphone Double Up as a Quake Detector

February 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever wondered what a seismometer would be like?Ever thought it could be like a smartphone app?Can’t yet figure out what the deal is? Let’s put this straight. Scientists from UC Berkeley have come up with a new app which could be a future savior of humankind from earthquake disasters; a mobile seismometer. It doesn’t come […]

App Version of Quartz Will Make You Feel like Having a News Chat

February 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A text messaging app and a news app have loads of differences. But, ever thought how these could be connected? The answer is simply Quartz. The global business publication that was started four years back has now come up with its own app in what we can say one of the most ingenious concept in […]

LG G5 Could Come Sporting ‘Always On’ Display

February 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There have been many revelations tied up with the upcoming smartphones that are expected to debut this month. LG’s flagship smartphone G5 is one among that long list, and it is now revealed that the smartphone will feature an ‘Always On’ display, when it makes debut at the Mobile World Congress 2016. So what does […]

NFC Payments to Get into Pebble Smartwatches, Thanks to Pagaré Smartstraps

February 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Pebble is one company that has taught us that smartwatches are smart not just as a whole; each of its individual parts does hold the potential to be smart. Pebble explained it to us using their smartstrap technology, where straps played individual roles in setting up the technological ecosystem for a smartwatch. Now, a tech […]

Dual-Lens Camera Will Have its ‘Real Start’ Next Year, says Sony

February 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Dual-lens camera was once touted as one of the salient features that could revolutionize smartphone photography scene. HTC picked it up and embedded it swiftly on their flagship smartphones, but only to be at the receiving end of all the brickbats. Things have changed since then. According to Sony, one of the top names in […]

Pebble Upgrades with Custom Message, Watch Faces and More

February 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Pebble is one of the finest options available for those on the lookout for an unembellished smartwatch. Yet, there are certain things absent from Pebble. The game is however being upped now, as Pebble is rolling out a new update that addresses many of those shortcomings. With the latest update, Pebble e-ink smartwatch users will […]

Turing Smartphone to Come with Sailfish OS, Not Android

February 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The ultra-durable smartphones from Turing have been making news ever since its first announcement. After so much of delay, it now turns out that there have been some real developments taking place. That also seems the reason why they have been rescheduling the shipping date. In a mail sent to most of its devotees, Turing […]

Google’s Project Skybender is Taking Us Closer to Fifth-Gen Internet

February 3, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What’s next in data communication? This has been the question raised ever since LTE got its birth, and technological masterminds from all over has reverberated the same voice: 5G. But how? There have been many thoughts shaping up in regard to that, and tech behemoths Google seem the sharpest of all in turning that pragmatic. […]

Apple’s Wireless Charging Plans Hope for a Greater Reach

February 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wireless charging has been long associated with iPhones and iPads. But it’s surprising that Apple hasn’t yet got the technology adopted for its devices until now, especially with the rumors coming out like flash floods over the period. But it appears that all the wait may lead to something innovative that would even have the […]

Lumir C: A Candle is All it Requires to Light this LED Lamp

February 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LED is the end-word for lighting solutions in the modern-world today. But back before human race cracked down the utility of electron flow, it was all down to candles. What if these two can be brought together to work hand in hand? If we do that, we get Lumir C,  an innovative LED Lamp that’s […]

Google Might Just Push Themselves onto VR Hardware Terrain

January 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Year 2016 looks like the year that will finally be marked by the presence of commercial VR outings. Oculus Rift has been the most spoken about name ever since its appearance a few years back, and it still appears like there would be seldom another name that could catch up. But what if Google decides […]

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