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Mircosoft GLAS, a Smart Thermostat Powered by Cortana and Windows IoT, Unveiled

July 22, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google started its home automation journey with the acquisition of Nest, the mere thermostat device. Now, it seems like Microsoft is stepping on a similar journey. Joining on its journey with home automation is Johnson Controls, makers of the first electronic room thermostat. And this new partnership will be giving birth to a new thermostat […]

Adobe Updates Lightroom with 3D Touch Support for iOS

July 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lightroom is Adobe’s photo-editing app for those who prefer more than just casual editing. Now, the free app is getting a bunch of handy upgrades on both Android and iOS. The most exciting feature is the arrival of selective brush on the iOS version of Lightroom. The selective brush has been a feature that users […]

Nokia’s First Flagship in Years: Launch Date and Price Details Out

July 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nokia has already marked its return to the smartphone business with the launch of a trio of devices. But those were mid-range devices, and it was widely anticipated that Nokia would be following it up with the launch of a flagship. Well, the time have come it seems. The Finnish company is prepping up for […]

Facebook Cherishing GIF Popularity with New In-App GIF Creation Tool

July 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s an open truth that GIFs are much adored on the internet. Its popularity has forced many leading social platforms including Facebook and WhatsApp to incorporate the support for GIFs into them. But Facebook now believes that just a mere inspiration isn’t satisfying the users. As a result, the company is planning to roll out […]

Gboard for Android can Now Detect When you Go Incognito

July 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Like every other keyboard, Gboard too is a self-learning keyboard that goes through every input made to pull out helpful suggestions later on. But that doesn’t mean it has to look through your input every time, especially when you are surfing an incognito session. The latest update from Google for its Android keyboard fixes this […]

WhatsApp Finally Lets You Transfer Files, Apart from Media and PDFs

July 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WhatsApp is closing the gap between personal and business communications by upping it as a platform that caters both. As a result, the messenger service is now introducing new file sharing tools that will busy its channel of one-on-one file sharing. With the recent update for Android, WhatsApp will finally let users send any file […]

Dell Cuts Charging Wires for the First Time in a Laptop with Latitude 7285

July 13, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have seen manufacturers piling up wireless charging technologies for flagship smartphones. But quite surprisingly, none of them have ever bothered to carry forward the technology to laptops. Technical blockades might have played the hampering role for that, but Dell appears to have hoped past all of those now. The company has just debuted the […]

Twitter Now Lets You Get Rid of Notifications from Strangers

July 12, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter is a messy place. It can get really flooded with replies and comments, most of the time which irritates the owner of the tweets. Measures are still not in place to cut down such spams and annoying comments. Yet, Twitter is offering a solace with a new feature. The new feature comes with advanced […]

Battery-less Smartphone in the Works

July 11, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone buyers can never be arrayed under a single category. They all have various wish list when it comes to buying a phone of their choices. Some may give an upper hand to display, while some get excited with increasing processing capabilities. But be it any category, all the buyers do tend to give attention […]

Get Set to Launch Apps the Pixel-Way in Chrome OS

July 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Chrome OS offers almost everything which the Android offers. But there are certain hiccups for few elements caused by the unfair adaption to 2-in-1 devices. App Launchers are one among them, and though available, it has proved to be outworn compared to what’s available on the smartphone counterpart. But thankfully, Google will soon address […]

Snapchat Now Facilitates Sharing of Web Links Along with New Additions

July 8, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat is not a platform primarily affiliated with instant messaging, but it’s providing all it can to ease the IM services within its bound. The photo sharing app has just received a new update that will finally let users share web-link through the app to their contacts. Unlike rest, sharing of links isn’t straight-forward in […]

Google’s Mobile Search Might Receive an Extra Pinch of Material Design

July 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We know that Material Design has been what Google has been pioneering with respect to their products. Google’s mobile search interface was not an early adopter to this however, but it has later embraced the design to present a neater layout of searches both on Android and iOS. Now it’s preparing for the next gear […]

Twitter Reducing In-App Animations Across its Home Feed

July 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter is bringing some noticeable revamps in a bid to curb down the hiccups in its home feed. Like it has been before, the latest update is currently being tested on the beta version on Android. With version 7.4, Twitter is adding the option of reducing motion that would put a check on in-app animations. […]

WhatsApp finally Uplifts In-App Camera with Addition of New Night Mode

July 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WhatsApp is indeed one among the major messenger platforms available in smartphones today. But that come along with some major accusation for its in-app camera. With rivals plodding with filters and AR stickers inside in-app cameras, WhatsApp stayed reluctant in bringing about any change to the boring camera it features inside the app. But signals […]

Samsung Note 8 Leaks Indicates Reiteration of a Major Drawback of Galaxy S8

July 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s Note successor is readying up for a launch in a couple of months’ time. There have already been rumors about the new features of the device, the most significant of them being the addition of dual camera and display embedded fingerprint sensors. With Note 8, Samsung is expected to bring dual-cam for the first […]

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