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Facebook Posts Can Now Speak in Over 40 Languages

July 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook has always come to our aid whenever we bumped onto posts written in unfamiliar languages. The inbuilt translator tool has been useful for many to go through such posts. Now, they are making it easier by letting the users make translations enabled right when the post is made. The company has now announced a […]

HTC Nexus 2016 Smartphones will Get Rid of Hardware Bias

July 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android Sailfish has been the talk over the past few days. Google’s latest Nexus addition, which will debut Android Nougat, seems to have captured all minds with its hefty hardware array. Now, thanks to Android Police, that we are having a detailed spec-sheet of its twin brother, Android Marlin. Both the devices come from HTC, […]

Turtle Beach’s HyperSound Technology Paves Way for Transparent Speakers

July 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Imagine yourself standing in front of a small piece of glass sheet. In the present-day world, that would only be a piece of glass sheet, and nothing else. But in the near future, that could just turn-out to be a sound-emitting speaker, because that’s HyperSound for you. Turtle Beach, developers of the HyperSound Clear 500 […]

Bose DIY Speakers for Kids Arrive

June 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Bose is following the new-trend to let kids learn on their own. It’s not about coding, unlike the rest, and Bose’s effort is to lit-up the brains of kids with hardware virtuosity. The company has launched a new Built-It-Yourself speaker for kids to go through the process of speaker functioning in the simplest way possible. […]

Cozmo, Anki’s Real-World Wall-E, is Here

June 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It has just been eight years since Wall-E stepped down to our hearts, and Pixar’s adorable robot is still a piece we all wish to acquire some day. Thankfully, the Silicon Valley toymaker Anki is now making those dreams a reality. After having rolled out robotic toy cars that races around tracks, Anki is up […]

Google’s Own Smartphone Set for Debut this Year

June 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has always been up there trying to catch-up with Apple for quite a time. But now it appears that they will be finally hitting the high gears for it. According to new reports, the Mountain View company will roll out its own batch of smartphones this year, finally pitting them directly against Apple with […]

TVPRO HD6 is a $134 Tiny PC Disguised as a Webcam

June 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Dedicated webcams aren’t new to the markets; they come with in-built hardware to facilitate video conferences with ease on your TVs. The new TVPRO HD6 also falls under the same category, but its relative-greater power pushes it ahead of the rest to be called as a tiny computer. One major feature that draws the line […]

Alphabet Churns Out Robotic Dog that can Do Your Dishes

June 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Out there in the middle of Massachusetts is a new digital dog that can turn out to be your adorable pet in the near future. Called SpotMini, this robotic dog is the brainchild of Google-owned Boston Dynamics. Don’t expect them to bark at strangers, but yes, they can definitely be at service much more than […]

Apple Thunderbolt Displays No More

June 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It seems like Apple has no plans to have its Thunderbolt displays upgraded. Apparently, the company is no more interested in continuing its $999-priced display unit, and has now officially pulled the wires off the Thunderbolt displays. The official confirmation follows the rumours that Apple will have its Thunderbolt displays upgraded with 4K or 5K […]

Amazon Updates Its ‘Affordable Kindle’ with Improved Memory

June 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Kindle Basic, Amazon’s entry level e-reader, has now been granted a major hardware upgrade in two years. The new revamped Kindle Basic e-reader now comes with many improvements, and comes with a price tag of $79.99. Some of the most noticeable hardware boosts in the new Kindle Basic are the doubled-up memory and the improved […]

OLEDs in iPhone 8 Could be the Pathbreaker for Smartphone Industry

June 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

iPhone 7 rumours appeared in short counts this year, and it seems like there’s a firm reason behind this. The 2016-edition of Apple’s flagship smartphone is expected to be coming with narrowed down features, packing no big changes compared to the previous edition. In fact, the only noticeable change that will be forged will be […]

Sphero’s Rolling Program-Tutor Bot Now Gets Better

June 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

  Sphero’s rolling bots have been here since 2011. But it made its firm presence with the BB8 Bot and SPRK (spelt Spark), which made coding it easier and innovative for kids to learn coding. And now, we have a new version of SPRK that comes with some good upgrades. The latest version is called […]

Apple Shoots Down Rifle Emoji from the Latest Batch

June 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It seems like holding rifles isn’t safe even in the digital world. Despite making an appearance in the candidate list that was revealed earlier, the rifle emo has now been dumped by Unicode from its latest list. Unicode, which holds the rights for selecting and overseeing emojis, decided to wipe out the emo following discussions […]

Olli, the Autonomous Mini-Bus that can be Manufactured in a Few Hours

June 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After introducing the world’s first-ever 3D-printed car, Arizona-based startup Local Motors is pushing a new mode of public transport system onto the US roads –  3D-printed buses that are self-driving, and re-usable. The 12-seater mini-bus, called Olli, can be booked through mobile apps. More interestingly, riders can customize Olli  ride to their requirements. Once done, […]

Ride of Steel, the Roller Coaster Ride Powered by VR Technology

June 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We are yet to witness at least half the output of what they hold within; VR and AR still remained linked with digital activities like gaming, video, e-shopping and other services. But out there are some brains that are working hard to explore the unexplored. And, as a result, we are bumping on to what […]

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