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Chrome Defaults to HTML5 with the Latest Update for Mac, Windows and Linux

December 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google’s multi-phased axing of the sluggish flash player is nearing its completion. With the latest version 55 update for Chrome browser on Mac, Windows and Linux, Google has made HTML 5 default in its browser, squeezing the usage of Adobe’s Flash Player to the least. Google began its multi-staged phasing out of Flash from its […]

Moto Z Eyeing to Up Appeal by Adding Project Tango Mod

December 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Moto Z hasn’t yet been able to capitalize on its Moto Mod USP despite having introduced one of the best modular experiences in smartphones till date. That’s partly due to the fact the company has failed to introduce any new module following the launch of its initial batch of four Moto Mods. However, the Lenovo-owned […]

Facebook and Messenger Platforms Now Let You Play Instant Games

November 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Social Networking platform Facebook has never been strange to games. It has always offered players to engage in even player-to-player battles. But almost all of them have been carved out for being used across PC platforms. Now, the company is planning to expand its gaming expedition. The company has launched its new initiative called Instant […]

VLC Media App is Now Capable of Playing 360-Degree Videos

November 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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VLC had the reputation of playing almost anything by the time it got released for PC devices. It still does it job well in that regard. Besides, the media player has also expanded to smartphone devices to fetch the same reputation in Android devices. The latest feather in its crown now comes in the form […]

Display Experts Jointly Working upon VR Headset that Can Axe Screen-Door Effect

November 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Virtual Reality is an interesting, yet strange domain. We have seen numerous headsets coming out to the market ranging from the entry-level ones powered by smartphones, to the upper-tier ones that comes with distinct displays. There are a few technical variations that draw the line between these two, and this exact dissimilarity is what is […]

Dare to Snooze; Alarmshock Will Zap Your Nap

November 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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For all those who fail to wake up at the right time by falling into the temptation of hitting the snooze button, here is news! Alarmshock has launched a wearable wristwatch-like alarm clock that will make you spring out of bed! This alarm clock will literally jolt you out of the bed by electrifying you! […]

Google Pixel Borrows a Couple of Nifty Additions from Nexus Family

November 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google Pixel smartphones are being touted as the best in Android, but that doesn’t mean it lacked nothing. In fact, Google failed to carry forward some of its own features from the Nexus device to the Pixel device. Thankfully, a couple of handy features among them are now getting promoted to the pixel family. We […]

Instagram’s Disappearing Stories Can Now be Shared Privately

November 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Instagram is not yet done with its ephemeral features. After having successfully launched Stories to take on Snapchat, Instagram is pushing the limits with its disappearing stories by handing out new features to its users. The new feature getting rolled out in the photo hosting app now makes use of ephemerality as well as messaging […]

GoPro Unveils Telemetric Addition for Footage Captured Through Hero 5

November 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It’s something quite common for a product to introduce a perky feature months after its debut in the market. GoPro is following that trend, and it’s introducing a quite useful functionality to its GoPro Hero 5 cameras; the ability to overlay data over the footage recorded through it. This pretty feature comes in the form […]

Qualcomm Reveals Quick Charge 4.0; Will Debut with Snapdragon 835

November 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Qualcomm has just revealed some glimpses of its new Snapdragon 835 processor that will arrive by first half, next year. Alongside, the chip manufacturer has also revealed its upgraded charging technology, the Quick Charge v4.0 that will be paired with the new SoC. Like promised, Qualcomm has managed to offer a faster charging technology in […]

Barnes & Noble Returns to Tablet Domain with $50 Nook Tablet 7”

November 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Barnes & Noble had quite a successful run when they were solely focusing on e-ink readers. It often gave a toe-to-toe fight with the market leader, Amazon. However, their inclination towards LCD tablets have pushed them a step backward in the race. But it seems like they are not giving up on it. With just […]

Google PhotoScan App to Digitize Your Old Photo Prints

November 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The team behind Google Photos has just introduced a new app to digitally preserve your old photo prints. Called PhotoScan, the new app from Google aids to scan your old and precious photos, and store them digitally in your physical or cloud drives. PhotoScan is not the sole app that currently offers this function. In […]

Chrome Not Backing In-Built Ad-Blocking; Plans to Better Ads Instead

November 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Ad-blocking services have garnered good demand among many net surfers in the recent years, that it has started arriving as in-built features in most of the browsers we have today. But that’s not the case with Google Chrome, as the world’s most preferred browser seems to be in no mood to shower lover over ad-blockers. […]

Sphericam 3: Beast Certainly, But Not an Enchanting Beauty

November 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Sphericam has announced its third cam, a pro-grade 360-degree VR camera, the Beast. Beast, as its name suggests has all features that make a 360-degree camera a beast. The new device comes with 6K resolution, 10-bit RAW, four one inch image sensors with each sensor offering a 4K resolution, four 190 degree fisheye lenses and […]

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