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Samsung C-Labs Wants to Enrich Virtual Reality with a New Dimension

March 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Whether it makes you feel the dimensions of depth or not, Virtual Reality does have the finesse to immerse users in a world isolated from their real-life. Now, tech behemoth Samsung is looking forward to bring that extra punch to VR by making people further soaked in the VR world. The idea comes from the […]

What to Expect at the Upcoming Apple Event Scheduled for March 21

March 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s Event at their headquarters is just a week away from now, and it’s pretty much clear what Apple is packing now to be unboxed during the event. Invitations have already been sent out to all, and we list here the prospective stuff Apple will feature once the event gets underway. iPhone 5SE: Perhaps, this […]

Microsoft Now Facilitates Migration of Your Evernote Notes to OneNote

March 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Despite having a partial pullout from its business, Evernote still has got its note services pioneering the segment. But rivals Microsoft is now gearing up to take benefit of the scenario by luring Evernote users to its similar platform, OneNote. A new update on the OneNote service means that users can easily import their notes […]

Manus VR is Bringing in a Better Way to Control HTC Vive VR

March 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Virtual Reality headsets have already bagged a name as devices that make you immersive in a new world. The VR industry is expected to flourish once Oculus gets underway followed by HTC’s and Sony’s VR gears. Getting lined up along these headset makers are a series of players, who now await their chance to make […]

Android N Developer Preview Brings in Much Delight

March 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android iterations always have the habit of keeping themselves concealed at least until the I/O conference. But this year, Android N has already given out the hint that it will be distinct from the rest. In a surprise move, Google has now released the developer preview version of Android N OS much ahead of the […]

Seagate ‘Fastest SSD’ Offers Nearly Double the Speed of Modern-Day SSDs

March 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Solid State Drives are currently the fastest option available in terms of storage, and drive manufacturers haven’t yet come up with anything that outshines the convenience of SSD. However, all the giants have been trying to raise the bars within the SSD segment, and American manufacturer Seagate now appears to have emerged winners on that […]

Toyota’s Latest Tech Helps Visually Impaired in Indoor Navigation

March 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

When it’s said Toyota is propounding a technology that would aid navigation, one must surely be getting the picture of a GPS-based technology for their automotives. It would have turned true in any other circumstances, but not this time. Their latest technology doesn’t count on GPS, and neither will it help you steer your wheel […]

No WhatsApp? No Problem, Says BlackBerry

March 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was only a few days before that the Facebook-owned WhatsApp decided to have the wires unplugged from the aging operating systems. And that included BlackBerry 10 OS. It came like news that echoed moods of dejection. But in truth the percentage share of these OSes are so trivial that it barely mattered. However, BlackBerry […]

Music to Your Ears; Facebook Integrates Spotify in Messenger

March 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook wants its users to get more involved with music while on its messenger platform. In this regard, they have now announced their new tie-up with music stream services of Spotify. From now on, Android and iOS users can easily switch to Spotify services from Facebook Messenger, but only to have their desired tracks and […]

WhatsApp Group Video Chat Services from Booyah Go Cross-Platform

March 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amidst the dominance of video-chat services like FaceTime and Skype in iOS came Booyah, a service that provided the platform to integrate video chat on your favorite chat apps. The idea was so novel that it got welcomed with much appreciation, and this very acclaim has now made the service become cross-platform quicker than expected. […]

HTC M10 Flagship Teaser Revealed

March 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Remember how HTC flamboyantly bragged about its One M9 device ahead of MWC 15? It didn’t pay off last year, as One M9 was criticized heavily for what it featured. Picking up lessons from this, HTC has gone the other way this year by shrugging off the MWC event, and deciding to have a shot […]

Google Just Opened a Dedicated VR Store for Google Cardboard with Mattel Bonus

March 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cheers! There’s finally a way to have an official Google Cardboard kit purchased in its full form from an official vendor. The third party-only nature of Google Cardboard is now finally getting dropped as Google has just started its dedicated VR section in Google Store. The official channel for purchase will now bring forward a […]

Apple iPhone SE Set for March Debut; Prices leak

March 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Just when you thought the plethora of smartphone launches will wind up after the MWC, big player Apple is entering the scene. And they are holding aloft a couple of new products to be showcased during the second half of March. iPhone SE, which has been in the rumors for over months, has been now […]

Vizio TV to Ditch Apps to Bring in Built-in Chromecast Functionality

February 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Those familiar with Google’s casting dongle will find no difficulty in realising how good it would have been if it came integrated with their TV sets. Thankfully, Google too has picked this up and has been working for the same in the recent months. And now, it brings more delight to our ears as we […]

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