Swiftkey Launches New App that Can Predict Emoji Usage

July 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Swiftkey has launched a new keyboard app for Android and iOS users. Unlike its previous outputs, the new app is the one for those who finds a mess in finding out emojis from the bulky list available in their keypads. Called Swiftmoji, the new app comes with prediction capabilities for emojis. Once a word or […]

Corning Unveils Gorilla 5, the Savior of Smartphones from Great Falls

July 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Corning is up again with a bit of tweaks here and there with the chemical mixture. The company has now revealed their latest smartphone display protection glass that now proves to be superior above the rest by a great margin. Corning Gorilla Glass 5, according to the company, is designed to provide added support for […]

Meizu Unveils MX6, the Affordable Sibling to Pro 6

July 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After having appeared in numerous leaks over the past weeks, the Meizu MX 6 has now finally made its official public appearance. Chinese manufacturer Meizu has unveiled the device at an event that was held on Tuesday at Beijing. With a metallic design and a deca-core processor, the Meizu MX6 closely resembles the Meizu Pro […]

HP Premium Windows Phone will be Available Next Month

July 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HP is one of the very few companies that haven’t given up on the sinking platform, the Windows Phone. The company now gearing up to launch a new Windows Phone device, and that too under the premium category. Called Elite X3, HP’s flagship Windows Phone device will be arriving next month, precisely on August 29, […]

ZTE ZMax Pro Smartphone is an Affordable Jumbo

July 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

ZTE’s attempt to woo customers with jaw-dropping prices continues, as the Chinese manufacturers have now launched its latest low-cost smartphone, the ZTE Zmax Pro. Launched as the successor to ZMax 2, which was launched in 2015, ZMax Pro brings in the combination of powerful specs and affordable pricing, which the company has been relying on […]

Google Headset is More Inclined towards AR than VR

July 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was reported last week that Google has eventually decided to put brakes on its Virtual Reality headset device. But now, a new report has emerged that insist that Google hasn’t yet given up on its standalone VR device, but it would come rather differently than we thought. According to sources who have spoken to […]

Google Keyboard Finally has Some Colors to Offer

July 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android users can finally have their Google Keyboard in shades other than material light and material dark. Google has finally given up on the duo-tone of Google Keyboard, and is now adding new colors to it. The addition comes with the new update for Google Keyboard, version 5.1, that’s now available on Google Play Store. […]

Facebook Messenger Gets Instant Article Support

July 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s Instant Articles won’t be just confined to the parent app from now on; it will now be stepping down to the Messenger services from Facebook too. Users in Messenger will no longer have to wait for loading articles within the app, as Facebook has announced that the fast loading feature of Instant Articles has […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Public Debut Scheduled for August 2nd

July 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We will no longer have to deal with the heaps of leaks and rumours surrounding Samsung’s next Galaxy Note offering. The South Korean manufacturer has officially announced the date for unveiling of its next major Galaxy smartphone; the Galaxy Note 7. According to the announcement made by Samsung, the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone will be […]

ZeroLemon Lines Up Massive Battery Cases for Android Flagships

July 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

ZeroLemon has some ear soothing news for the owners of Google’s and Samsung’s Android flagship. The company is prepping two bulky cases for Nexus 6P and Galaxy S7 device that will in effect triple the battery life of your devices. Like its usual line-up, ZeroLemon’s new cases are noticeably bulky, but provides a much better […]

iOS 10 Public Beta Goes Live for Apple Devices

July 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has released the beta version of its latest mobile operating system, iOS 10, for all, giving an opportunity for device owners to have a glimpse of the OS before the full version release. The full-fledged version of iOS 10 is expected to be released during fall. Users can get the public beta downloaded by […]

Google Might Bring Up Not Just Self-Made Smartphones, but Smartwatches Too  

July 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was revealed a few days ago that Google was building a smartphone of their own that will finally compete directly against the iPhone devices. This will come besides Project Ara modular device that’s scheduled for next year, forcing us to believe that the tech conglomerate is devoting its attention into smartphone depot. But that’s […]

Snapchat Now Lets You Save Old Snaps as Archives

July 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat not just wants to take you on an ephemeral photo sharing ride, but it also wants to take you on a walk down the memory lane. The photo sharing platform has announced the introduction of a new feature, called Snapchat Memories, that’s been designed precisely for this. Snapchat Memories is a feature that allows […]

This Handy Gadget can Recognize Colours and Fonts from the World Around You

July 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Technology can sometimes be harsh. It has been churning gadgets so endlessly that we often forget to judge the potential usefulness of a gadget. Often we are misguided by gadgets with its initial pre-launch impression that later turns out to be nothing, but a crap with its services. But thankfully, there are aplenty of gadgets […]

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