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Google’s New Payment App Tez Brings in NFC Substitute

September 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has just introduced a new payment app for the emerging markets. Called Tez, which translates as Speed, the app has been introduced in India keeping in mind the necessity to deliver an alternate for NFC payments, a feature that can barely be found on budget devices. What Google has introduced in Tez is a […]

Waze, Spotify Go Hand in Hand with In-app Integration

September 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Music and navigation go hand in hand inside automobiles, and that’s why there is plenty to get excited about with the latest tie-up of two of the most cherished apps in its fields; Waze and Spotify. The new alliance between the two will let the two respective apps work hand in hand with each other. […]

Samsung is Finally Letting the Bixby Button Go

September 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung would have certainly hoped Bixby to be one of the killer features of Galaxy S8 and S8+. That’s why there was even a dedicated button provided for Bixby in a phone that got rid of almost everything including physical home buttons and bezels. But things haven’t worked out the way Samsung has desired for […]

The Latest Version of Google Photos Lets You Play Around with Google Lens

September 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Lens was one of the major surprises Google pulled off its sleeve during its I/O conference this year. In short, Lens is the advanced version of Google Goggles, letting you pick up info from any image using the neural network capabilities of Google. Back during its launch, it was evident that the new feature […]

iPhone X is Finally Letting Apple Give the Right Push to iOS

September 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Augmented Reality is nothing new to Android. Thanks to Project Tango and a couple of associated devices, Android has already savored the piquancy of AR. But it’s still far off from what we can call a mainstream affair in Android. That’s where the iOS 11 steps in. We have had long before the initial impressions […]

YouTube Now Lets You View HDR Videos on Select Android Devices

September 11, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

YouTube has introduced HDR support for its videos back in November last year. But lack of compatible devices has kept the feature off the reach of the consumers. But now with vendors like Samsung, Google, Sony and LG upping their devices with HDR support, YouTube is flaring up the services again for the mobile platforms. […]

Android O is Here Already; Here are The Top New Features

August 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google wisely pulled out its new Android iteration by making it fall along with the solar eclipse. Called Oreo, the eighth formal iteration of the Android has been now made official, and will start rolling out to the respective Pixel and Nexus devices at first. Indeed, there might still be plenty of time left for […]

Skype on Android Now Lets You Do Away with Its Traditional Chat Theme

August 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Skype has undergone various overhauls off-late on the Android ecosystem. And it appears that the development team aren’t willing to end those. A new version of the video-calling app is now up on the app store that adds more layers of refinement to it. Version 8.3 comes in with a couple of new chat themes […]

Microsoft Bundles New Eye Tracking Tech with Latest Windows 10 Preview

August 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has just revealed its newly built eye-tracking technology that would be incorporated in Windows 10 OS. Now, it’s speeding up things by rolling out the access to the new feature to the developers. The latest Insider Preview version of Windows for developers includes the support for a beta version of the Eye Control. The […]

Google will Soon Let You Sync Your Text Messages across Chromebooks

July 31, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chrome OS is expanding beyond its current capabilities. Its latest expansion is placing eye on transforming the OS into a more universal platform by chaining it with your smartphones. As a result, you could soon be able to fetch more of your mobile syncs on to your Chromebooks. This is more likely to be kick-started […]

Kaspersky Rolls Out Anti Virus Software Free for Global Audience

July 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cyber threats need no introduction in modern days. Those have grown so perilous that’s it is nearly impossible to think of a device without an antivirus protection. Speak of those, and you certainly have to make sure those arrive with robust guarding features, which definitely takes you to paid antivirus services. Kaspersky is one such […]

Waze has Finally Navigated Its Way into Android Auto

July 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Waze was expected always a sure-shot for Android Auto. The community-ridden app however was dragged out in its beta phase, which has finally now come to a close however. The app is now making its way on to all the Android Auto running navigation systems in automobiles. Waze started its beta in April this year, […]

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