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Light’s Insane 16-Lens Camera Soon to Reach Customers

April 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Having dual-lens packed on the rear-side of a smartphone has become a common trend. But how about having an array of 16 lenses? You heard it right. Light, the American based digital photography company is up with a system that bridges 16 camera sensors together. It wouldn’t be on a smartphone however, as Light’s intriguing […]

YouTube has a Hidden Dark Mode to Soothe Your Eyes

April 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

You might have already bumped upon some of the third-party services offered to YouTube that turns the entire display except the video to black. But those require an external plugin/add-on installed, and most of them might not appeal to normal YouTube surfers. However, if you are still interested in viewing videos without being disturbed by […]

Android Wear 2.0 Goes Cheap with the Launch of ZTE Quartz

April 13, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Just like how Android Wear 2.0 got caught up by the delay series, ZTE too went through similar delays with its Android watch. But it’s here finally, and it’s here with a bang. Quartz, the first ever Android Wear smartwatch from ZTE comes loaded with the latest version of the smartwatch OS from Google, Android […]

Facebook Messenger Now Features an In-built Assistant Called M

April 12, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The inclusion of bots inside Messenger was indeed a good move by Facebook. But the inability to cater to the right use has put the feature inside a maze, making it nearly unable for users to find one for their desired purpose. But Messenger is making a bounce back from the downfall now with the […]

Google Planning to Merge Home with Its Wi-Fi Router

April 11, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s developer conference last year witnessed the launch of two hardware products from the tech behemoth- Google Home – the Amazon Echo rival, and its mesh networking router, the Google Wi-Fi. Now, nearly one year since its official debut, the company is planning to merge the two. The reason is apparently clear: to take on […]

Honor 8 Pro is Possibly Huawei’s Best Rig This Year

April 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei’s smartphone launches came in no small size this year. The company has already revealed three of its new smartphones with just three months into the New Year. Now they are up with the next, and arguably the best of the lot. The Honor 8 Pro, an upgraded version of Honor 8 that was released […]

Sprinkles is Microsoft’s Experimental App that Adds Captions and Sticker Automatically to Images

April 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

AI is probably everywhere; at least in apps churned out by the tech majors in these times. Amidst such a scenario, it shouldn’t be a big surprise when knowing that Microsoft’s latest app for iOS comes backed with artificial intelligence. But there’s a difference. Sprinkles, the latest experimental photo editing app from Microsoft for the […]

Apple’s Upcoming iPhone Devices Might Automatically Change Display Tone

April 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s True Tone technology, the one that changes display color based on ambient colors, will soon break the iPad barrier. According to analysts Barclays, the upcoming iPhone devices will be featuring the True Tone technology, which would bring the technology to the smaller devices for the first time. The technology will be used in all […]

Google Planning to Let Users Share Quick Selfies via Allo

April 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Allo will be celebrating its first anniversary this May, and Google seems to be apparently planning for a celebration by rolling out a slew of new features. A series of new features have been uncovered, all of which are yet to be officially activated. Of those, the most intriguing one is the access to […]

Google Calendar Goes Native on iPad with the Launch of New App

April 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has been following a bizarre way of keeping itself away from optimizing its calendar app for iPads. But now that the Mountain View Company is planning for an overhaul with new batch of GSuite apps for iOS platforms, the long-term ignorance has started fading away. The company has just started rolling out the new […]

Samsung Reveals Galaxy S8 Flagship to Square Up Note 7 Wreck

April 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a series of rumors and leaks, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus flagships from Samsung have finally made its official debut leaning heavily towards the rumors. Like expected, Samsung Galaxy S8 flagships arrive with many refinements in the areas of display, personal assistant, power and software. ‘To Infinity & Beyond’ The biggest catch of […]

Neuralink, Elon Musk’s New Company, Aims at Bridging Human Brain with AI

April 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Technological advancements in the field of artificial intelligence have raised a curious concern in at least some of the future-wary minds: whether or not humans will one day succumb to the wisdom of machines and artificial intelligence. Obviously, that sounds a far-fetched question, and humankind hasn’t yet put its shoulder to the wheel for a […]

Google to Facelift PlayStore with the Reshuffling of My Apps Section

March 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has been testing a redesigned interface for the My Apps section in Play Store. Apparently, those will now no longer be restricted to select users, as Google is planning to roll out new features in its latest PlayStore update. The update will focus on improving the interface of My Apps section. As of now, […]

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