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Google Maps Would Now Recommend the Best Restaurants for You

September 4, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Quite apparently, Google Maps seems to be suddenly concerned with your food hunt. Recently, they had launched the Photo Notifications that wanted your foodie and restaurant snaps to be shared on Maps. Now, they are making your restaurant hunt easier by expanding the services for restaurant recommendations. Similar to the services from Foursquare, Zomato and […]

Nest Thermostat Gets 3rd Gen Upgrade; Bigger display and Better Sensors

September 3, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The energy-saving thermostat from Google is having its next face change. Nest Thermostat V. 3.0 has now been announced by Google, and it comes with some fine upgrades, like a better display, better range, bettered sensors, and some cool new features. The 3rd Gen device looks pretty much the same like the previous version, but […]

Nextbit Robin Cloud-centric Smartphone is the New Biggie on Kickstarter

September 2, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Robin; the name may sound a bit atypical for a smartphone. But that’s the way it is; this one from the startup called Nextbit is different. You will get all the modern-day spec line-ups in this device without any omission. Plus, you will be welcomed by a new cloud-storage experience that’s completely different from your […]

Make Your Dumb Home Appliances Smart with the New LG SmartThinQ

September 1, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

You might be thinking that your gadgets at home are ultimately smart. But then, they may not be as smart as you think. On the contrary, many of them could be dumb too! What do you do when you realize that your home gadgets are a bit dumb? You would look for better stuff, right? […]

Google Maps Wants to Snap What You Eat at Restaurants

August 31, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Remember Tablescape? The feature that wanted you to share your foodie snaps to your Google Plus circle. The service no longer remains alive in Google Plus. But it seems like Google has been missing those services ever since the shutdown of Tablescape earlier this year. A new similar service has now been launched by Google, […]

Asus Zenphone 2 is the Speed King in Battery Charging

August 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After having showcased some beefy storage with their Zenfone 2 smartphone in the Brazilian markets, Asus is yet again in the news for another key feature. And this time around, it’s for the sheer battery charging efficiency its flagship has been delivering. Smartphone reviewers at Tom’s Guide went through some of the quick-battery charging devices […]

Firefox to Open Up Support for Chrome and Opera Extensions

August 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Being a favorite among browsers has got its credit split to multiple factors, and not to the stunning load times and secure offerings alone. Sometimes, that could be dependent on the add-ons and extensions being thrown to the users to have a full utility of their browser features. It is due to this very own […]

VHS Camcorder App Makes Your Videos Go Old and Retro

August 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Want to head back to the 80s and 90s? Here’s an app that unbolts the window for such a possibility. It isn’t any time machine, but a simple video recording app that shuttles you back to the camera eyes of the late 1900s. It’s called VHS Camcorder, and as the name implies it’s more of […]

WhatsApp Web Finally Ropes in iOS Devices Too

August 22, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It might have been a long wait, but it’s finally here. We are speaking of the web version of WhatsApp for iOS devices. Finally, iOS users can now have their WhatsApp chats and data synced with the web browser version without any hassle. The web client for WhatsApp users was introduced earlier this year, during […]

Google OnHub Wi-Fi Router Sports Cylindrical Form

August 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s quite amusing to check how Google is building up their Internet of Things world. With products like Nest and Brillo, it seemed like they were heading with pace, and then out of the blue came the new announcement on Tuesday, that of a wireless router. Has that got anything to do with the Internet […]

Google’s Dedicated Website for Hangouts Now Turns More Serious

August 19, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Only a few among you might have known that there existed a dedicated page for Hangouts users on the web. Now it’s going to get more recognized, as Google has brought a sought-after official re-launch, introducing the new fully revamped dedicated page for Hangouts chats. The new redesign looks heavily inspired from the common IE […]

Marshmallow: That’s What Google Would Call the Next Android

August 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Mint, Meringue, Marmite, Molasses, Maltloaf; these were some of the names that flooded the speculation columns whenever the discussions centred around the possible name of the next Android version. Ever since Google started their work with Android 6.0/ Android M, the run was behind the sweet candy dessert world to resolve what the M stands […]

Plex Revamps App Services for iPhone and iPad

August 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s hard to imagine an upgrade-less app on the app store. But over the recent past, Plex  was one such app that stayed quiet on the update scene. Not anymore! Plex users could now reckon that as the silence before the storm, as the media-playing app has now showered a beefy update on the iOS […]

Microsoft Sway Web-based Presentation Service Now Public

August 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has pulled down the curtains for the beta-period of its cloud-based presentation app, Sway. The tech giant explains that its presentation services can now be accessed through phones, mobiles, PCs and laptops by any customer who are subscribed to Office 365 business or student services. Besides, the app is also making its way into […]

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