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Google is Doing Away with Its Search-Based Launcher, Google Now

February 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android users always had the option to switch to the less-customized skin of the operating system from Google instead of the heavily tweaked OS from manufacturers. But that might soon be changing. Google is now said to be bringing down the Google Now launcher from the Play Store soon. According to an email sent by […]

Apple to Augment Intel Chips in Mac with In-House Processors

February 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple is planning to introduce a new chip to the Mac devices that will be built in-house. But that shouldn’t end Apple’s love story with the chips from Intel as Apple’s new in-house processor will not be entirely replacing the Intel processors that have been in for years in Mac. Instead, the company will be […]

Honor 8 Lite is the New Affordable Flagship from Huawei

February 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei released its Honor 8 flagship not over a year ago, but it’s getting a makeover with regards to inside specs. But unlike One Plus which fired a more powerful variant within a span of six months to its flagship, Huawei is going the way opposite by bringing out a scaled down version of the […]

Samsung to Show Off New Galaxy Tablet at MWC This Month

February 2, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung is breaking its tradition by pushing the launch of its flagship Galaxy S8 device to March. MWC, the event that hosted all the flagship launches of Samsung Galaxy S series, will this year be missing out on the much anticipated launch. But that doesn’t mean Samsung will be showing up with empty hands for […]

BlackBerry Mercury Smartphone to Go Big with Camera

February 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BlackBerry’s Mercury is probably one of the most anticipated devices of the Canadian manufacturer who have failed to create a mark despite the launch of more than a couple of smartphones. There have been several rumors paired with the smartphone specifications, all of which make the Mercury seemingly a device to lookout for. But out […]

Apple iOS 10.3 Top Five Features

January 31, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s only been a couple of days since Apple has rolled out its new iOS 10.2.1 update. The update didn’t pack any big features as it came with only minor bug-fixes and some content-focused upgrades. But Apple is not slowing it down in favor of its major iOS version that will be hitting June this […]

Google Pixel Successor Might Feature an Even Better Camera

January 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Year 2016 had a clear winner, and it was none other than Google. With its Pixel devices, Google has managed to create a space in the smartphone industry with elegance. Google’s rise to the top was partly aided by the fact that its top rivals never quite upped the game in 2016. Apple’s iPhone 7 […]

Apple Watch to Cause Minimum Distractions When in Theaters, Thanks to Upcoming Update

January 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple Watch comes with the perky feature of waking the screen when lifted. But that can be quite distractive sometimes, especially when in theaters or churches and raising your arms not intending to wake up your Apple Watch. Thankfully, Apple is addressing that issue with its latest watchOS update. According to Apple’s developer guide, Version […]

Tumblr is Finally Letting Users Adorn Their Creations with Filters and Stickers

January 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tumblr was one among the very few social networking space that stood off post-effects for photos, despite the micro-blogging network being heavily revolving around images and GIFs. But the story is changing now, as Tumblr has decided to catch up with the rest by bringing the much-required tools on its smartphone app. The Yahoo-owned company […]

Asus’ Raspberry Pi Rival Comes Better Equipped with Power

January 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Compact stick computing boards like Raspberry Pi have created decent curiosity among many. But often might have one playing around with a Raspberry felt a narrow missing in terms of the power delivered. You can’t expect the small computers to perform like a powerful desktop, yet but there still exists a power-gap, which is exactly […]

Meitu App Too Good to Resist; But Here’s Why Many are Holding Back

January 25, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Time and time again, we witness specific apps going on to become monumental hits upon its launch picking up millions of downloads within just a matter of few days. Most of them come paired with camera and post-effect prowess. While it was Prisma last year that charmed the world with its algorithmic art filters, its […]

Slack Introduces Threaded Messages to Make Public Channels More Readable

January 24, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Popular work chat app Slack is introducing a feature which the users have been craving for ever since its debut; threaded messages. The simple chat app is making the conversations in its platform more constructive now with the introduction of threaded conversations. With this introduction, users will be able to categorize messages based on numerous […]

LG Watch-Branded Smartphones to be the First to Showcase Android Wear 2.0

January 23, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google will soon have its Android Wear 2.0 OS rolled out for the Android-powered smartwatch family. But before that, it will be showcasing the highlights of its upcoming major software upgrade with two smartwatches that was rumored to be the Nexus-alike smartwatches from the tech behemoth. However, further leaks have now started emerging about the […]

Apple Prepping Bigger MacBook for High-end Users

January 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s line up of laptops for 2017 will be focused on improving hardware components, reveals the latest note released by notable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo at KGI Securities, Taiwan. According to the note, Apple’s MacBook lineup for this year will include a processor upgrade, and this will cover all the MacBook variants that will be hitting […]

Upcoming iPhone to Get Rid of Aluminum Chassis for Stainless Steel

January 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has been so in love with aluminum chassis design that it barely changed iPhone’s design norm for over three years. However, it doesn’t seem like getting repeated with upcoming iPhone 8, which Apple is vamping up with quite a few massive overhauls. According to a report from Korean Herald, Apple will be ditching the […]

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