Firefox can Now Get Rid of Those Annoying Notification Requests

March 16, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Push notification requests have become a mess in the internet world. Almost every site you bump into now asks for notification access regardless of whether you are a frequent visitor of the site. Until now, users were left with no other option apart from declining the request each and every time. But Firefox has now […]

Allo Web to Get Unhitched from Smartphone App Soon

March 15, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Allo was introduced as a consumer-oriented messenger app, but much of its functioning has remained on close heels with WhatsApp. Despite initially pulling off design and functionality similar to that of WhatsApp, Allo continued to follow the path by introducing a web version that was paired with the smartphone app. But at least that’s about […]

Android P Developer Preview Confirms Notch Support and Improved Aesthetics

March 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has rolled out the first developer preview of its latest mobile operating system, the Android P. Available for Pixel devices, Android P brings with it several design tweaks over its successor along with security and performance improvements. Listed below are a few of the highlights in the new OS. Design Overhaul Google was rumored […]

Google Adds VoiceMail-Like Video Message Service in Duo

March 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Duo certainly draws the line before the common video calling apps, despite boasting almost the same functionalities. That’s because calls in Google Duo might not always be planned. Google has itself designed the app keeping in mind these random and unplanned calls. That’s why they are now introducing a new feature to help users […]

Google Testing Filters that Can Add Green Screen Effect to Your Mobile Videos

March 9, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Neural networks have already helped many to beautify their portrait snaps and other images with awesome beauty art filters. Now they are taking another bold leap by letting users add green screen background effects to videos captured using smartphone cameras. The latest development comes courtesy of Google, who has been testing around the new feature […]

Google marks Major Expansion for Lens with Non-Pixel Rollout

March 8, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google had revealed its expansion plans for Lens back during MWC, during when it was made clear that Lens would be stepping out of its Pixel boundaries. The first step for the same has now been laid, with Google deciding to roll out Lens for the non-Pixel devices. Lens was introduced as an ambitious project […]

Google Search Finds Place in iMessage and Safari, Thanks to New App Update

March 7, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has announced a set of new features to its iOS app. Aimed at improving discoverability of information and easy sharing, Google has introduced three new features to the Google app for iPhone and iPad. The prime feature is the introduction of new extension to iMessage. The native messaging app on iOS will now support […]

Android P Developer Preview Likely to be Available by Mid-March

March 5, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android Oreo hasn’t yet taken a lion’s share in terms of market share. In fact, it was only during the recent times that Android Nougat dethroned Marshmallow from the top spot. But Google is going ahead with its mobile operating system, as reports now suggest that we are about to preview the first developer version […]

Vero to Take On Social Media Giants

February 28, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Social applications like Snapchat and Instagram have been trending for quite a while now in the social applications terrain. Now there is a newcomer to add to the list. Meet Vero! Vero has its competitive advantage over the current social media applications by opting to keep away from the things users dislike, which include algorithm […]

Google Switches to Machine Learning for Axing Malicious Extensions in Chrome

January 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is introducing a new method to bring down deceptive extensions on Chrome browser. As a result, Chrome will now be blessed with machine learning capabilities to identify confusing and malicious extensions. The feature will be rolled out in the coming weeks as a part of its already existing abuse protection features. Google has already […]

Microsoft is Letting Cortana Explore New Domain with GLAS Thermostat

January 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cortana is sadly expected to play the second fiddle on Windows 10, with Amazon Alexa making its official debut on Windows 10 devices. But that hasn’t stopped Microsoft from expanding the personal assistant. Cortana, which until now was rarely found on non-Windows devices, is slowly stepping out of that enclosure. Following its outing with the […]

Telegram’s Latest Version Lets You Give Quick Reply to Messages

January 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Instant messaging app Telegram has rolled out the latest version of the app to woe the users with new features.  V4.7 is now live on the respective app stores of Android and iOS platforms with respective additions. The highlight of the Android update is the support for multiple accounts. Users will now be able to […]

Say No to Cryptocurrency Mining with the Latest Version of Opera 50

December 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Opera’s latest edition of its browser for personal computers have now hit the app stores. V50 of Opera is being rolled out in beta form for Windows, macOS and Linux devices. However, it comes with Release Candidate label which makes it more of an advanced beta. The version will automatically be upgraded to stable version […]

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