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BlackBerry Priv Android Device Goes On Sale Next Month

October 28, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After staying in the rumors for a while, BlackBerry’s Android device is finally up at a stage to deliver. The manufacturer’s official website has listed their first ever Android device, called the Priv, for the markets of the US, Canada, and the UK. Running Android 5.1, the BlackBerry Priv arrives with a 5.4-inch display that […]

Giphy New Web Toolkit Makes GIF Creation Easy

October 27, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We know how far Giphy has worked for us to help yield the best GIF files for us. First, they had the Giphy Cam app which helped us create live-action GIFs using camera rolls. Now they are taking it out to the creation of GIFs from video files, including YouTube videos. Giphy has now unveiled […]

Instagram Boomerang App Creates Flawless GIFs with To and Fro Footages

October 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What goes around comes around’. Isn’t this saying best related with a boomerang? Yes. But when it comes to the app version of the flat aero foil, there’s a little tweak. It’s ‘what plays forward plays backward’. We are speaking of the new app called Boomerang that has hit the app stores this week. And […]

HTC One A9 Unveiled with Android Marshmallow; Arrives Next Month

October 24, 2015, By Alex Badinici

Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has added a new device to their flagship One series. Called the HTC One A9, the smartphone now forms the first from HTC to feature Android Marshmallow OS, also making it the first Marshmallow smartphone other than Nexus devices. Unlike the previous HTC One models, the new One A9 is introduced as […]

Lenovo Yoga 900 Launched, Yoga 3 Successor with Intel Skylake Processor

October 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lenovo’s Yoga series laptop occupies a vital space in the laptop industry, for it introduced the concept of 360-degree convertibles. Yet, its core product never picked up the pace of other laptops that came off the convertible hood. But it now seems like Lenovo has finally found that missing block, putting it in the right […]

YouTube Gaming Latest Update Makes it a Winner in Mobile Broadcasting

October 19, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

YouTube never hid its intentions while launching its dedicated video service for gaming. It was quite plain that they were after Twitch, the name that currently tops the video game broadcasting arena. It feels a bit early now to have a call on whether they have reached somewhere near their aim, but the latest update […]

Carriers Reveal Samsung Gear S2 Pricing

October 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s latest Gear S2, powered by Tizen OS, now comes with network support. Picking the device up, the network carriers in the US have now joined forces to come up with the pricing for the upcoming smartwatch. T-Mobile and Verizon have presented the complete listing of the Gear S2 smartwatch online. The T-Mobile powered version […]

Blocks Modular Smartwatch Stealing the Spotlight on Kickstarter

October 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have already seen modular technology stepping into the smartphone world, letting us decide what to put to use. The same technology is now heading for the smartwatch terrain. A  London-based start-up has now launched a new modular smartwatch in Kickstarter, with which users can decide what to have and what not. It’s called Blocks, […]

Adobe Overhauls Cloud Functionality with Dropbox Integration

October 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe, in recent times, had been in the news for its continuous evolution with cloud-based services. After having offered rich cloud based support for its portable editing platforms, Adobe is now bringing the same to its PDF services. It comes with help from Dropbox, one of the most cherished cloud platforms among the user base. […]

L16 Camera Can Take on DSLRs

October 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A few years back, point-and-shoot cameras used to be at a crazy high peak of popularity. But with the stepping-in of smartphone cameras, the choice was widely split between smartphones for casual photography, and DSLRs for professional ones. The gap  between the two is well defined by the difference in quality, and the pricing . […]

Twitter Moments to Keep You in Tune with News Events

October 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter is not the social media network that has got high marks when compared with the rival behemoths. Identifying this, they have been evolving over time to keep their current users ticking all the time, and to lure new ones into the short-message world of tweets. The latest feature from the Twitter developers arrives with […]

Philips Hue Bridge Variant Unveiled with Siri Support

October 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Finally, Philips is having its integration with Apple. The Hue range of smart bulb devices from Philips will now offer full support for Apple Siri, provided that you are ready to replace your existing Bridge with the new one. Philips have now unveiled a new version 2.0 Bridge that’s capable of taking the full control […]

Microsoft Unveils its First Essential Laptop – Surface Book

October 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The big Microsoft event has just taken place. And just like we expected, we now have a big bundle of new devices, which can also be viewed as the most advanced ones in their segment. The one that validates this statement the most is the new, unexpected entry –  the Surface Book. Believe us, it’s […]

TiVo Bolt DVR Lets You Skip Commercial Breaks

October 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Video recorders are those devices you barely expect to get updated, at least when compared with the pace of evolution of TVs and set top boxes. But DVR provider TiVo is absolutely nailing it too. They have now announced a new digital video recording device called the Bolt. As it sounds, it does give a […]

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