Google Hardware-Centered Event will also Unveil a New WiFi Router

September 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google will be showing up on stage to present a range of hardware products in under a fortnight from now. What we knew so far was about the Pixel smartphones, Google Home – the Amazon Echo rival, and the 4K Chromecast device. But the list doesn’t here it seems. According to a new report, Google […]

OWC Drive Dock is a Must for Video, Photo Professionals

September 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A fresh version of the OWC Drive Dock is here and it boasts USB 3.1 Gen 1 connectivity. Complete with speeds up to 434 MB/s, two drive bays (each supporting 2.5 or 3.5-inch drives) and an internal auto-switching power supply, the new device comes across as a must buy. In fact, going by what we […]

Apple Watch 2 Likely to Rope in Bigger Batter and Thinner Display

September 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple is expected to launch its Apple Watch successor in its upcoming event on September 7 that will showcase the iPhone 7 device under the limelight. Now ahead of the official launch, reports are bearing the leaked components from Apple Watch 2, which indicates that the successor will come out with a thinner display and […]

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. […]

Samsung UFS Memory Sticks Shown, Potential Successor to MicroSDs

July 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The memory stick evolution hit a pause button ever since microSD cards started to flourish across gadgets and devices. But soon, it may be given a run again as Samsung has now revealed the world’s first Universal Flash Storage card, shortly UFS, cards which could replace the microSD in the near future. Samsung’s UFS cards […]

Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear Chips are for Targeted Wearables

June 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After keeping itself busy in the smartphone segment with the launch of its flagship chipset and mid-range chipsets, Qualcomm is taking a break by moving away into the wearable segment. During the Computex event held in Taipei, Taiwan, the chipset manufacturer has brought under the limelight its new chipset for wearable devices, called the Snapdragon […]

Google Keyboard for iOS with Search Engine Features under Development

March 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cross-platform keyboards are getting pushed in everywhere. Earlier this year, Microsoft was reported to have been working on a Windows Phone keyboard app for Android OS. Now, Google is said to be developing a keyboard for the iOS platform. Now each of them comes with some unique features. Just like Microsoft had a focus on […]

Snapchat Aims at Wearable Tech Dominance with a New Hardware Team

March 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat is working on lenses, with an advanced team. This time, it’s not the Lenses feature that has pushed them to the top core, but they are literally working on physical lenses under the hardware segment. According to a newly emerged report, Snapchat is secretly hiring hardware employees to develop a piece of wearable technology […]

Seagate ‘Fastest SSD’ Offers Nearly Double the Speed of Modern-Day SSDs

March 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Solid State Drives are currently the fastest option available in terms of storage, and drive manufacturers haven’t yet come up with anything that outshines the convenience of SSD. However, all the giants have been trying to raise the bars within the SSD segment, and American manufacturer Seagate now appears to have emerged winners on that […]

Google Just Opened a Dedicated VR Store for Google Cardboard with Mattel Bonus

March 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cheers! There’s finally a way to have an official Google Cardboard kit purchased in its full form from an official vendor. The third party-only nature of Google Cardboard is now finally getting dropped as Google has just started its dedicated VR section in Google Store. The official channel for purchase will now bring forward a […]

Dual-Lens Camera Will Have its ‘Real Start’ Next Year, says Sony

February 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Dual-lens camera was once touted as one of the salient features that could revolutionize smartphone photography scene. HTC picked it up and embedded it swiftly on their flagship smartphones, but only to be at the receiving end of all the brickbats. Things have changed since then. According to Sony, one of the top names in […]

Google Might Just Push Themselves onto VR Hardware Terrain

January 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Year 2016 looks like the year that will finally be marked by the presence of commercial VR outings. Oculus Rift has been the most spoken about name ever since its appearance a few years back, and it still appears like there would be seldom another name that could catch up. But what if Google decides […]

Intel Reveals Next-Gen Compute Sticks with the Skylake Might

January 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

CES 2015 saw Intel revealing the Compute Stick PC-transformation dongle to the world and it came powered by Intel Atom processors. A year has passed since then, and the gap has now forced Intel to bring some strong and essential changes to its cheap computing stick. The very vital overhaul Intel has brought onto Compute […]

Apple iPhone 7 Might Arrive Sans 3.5mm Headphone Jack

December 1, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Switching to the ultra-thin form factor means there’s an essential compromise; ditching of the standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Oppo earlier started this trend when they launched R5, the then world’s thinnest smartphone. And, guess who’s following suit? It’s none other than Apple. Apple is reportedly planning to make their next iPhone slimmer by around 1mm […]

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