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After Google, Apple is Now Stepping in to Rival Amazon Echo

September 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon picked quite an odd platform in the form of speakers to hurl their Alexa powered personal assistant services. But it seems to have worked out surprisingly well for the company, as two tech giants are now stepping in the shoes of Amazon to launch a rival product. The first one, like we all know, […]

Waze Planning to Kick ‘Tunnel Vision’ Out of Navigation with Tiny, Little Beacons

September 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google-owned Waze has accumulated a hefty community base over these years, all courtesy of its efforts to make navigation pragmatically easier. Waze’s desire to serve its community better has resulted in a number of navigation-friendly features, and here’s yet another one from the navigation app. The company has just rolled out a new tiny Bluetooth […]

Opera V40 Update Makes Private VPN Accessible via its PC Browser

September 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Opera has made its own space of avid followers and user base despite the browser war getting gripped between the rests. This has been achieved by following a self-laid path that dates back to the introduction of the handy little Opera Mini browser for feature phones and smartphones. Opera still follows its off-the-beat path, and […]

Google Launches Trips, a Personalized App to Plan Your Trips

September 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is at it yet again. After hurling a bunch of apps to ease the travel and navigation of its users, the company is now out with an app that serves as a complete planner for your trips during vacations. Called Trips, the new app is a personalized trip planner that grasps in all details […]

Printing PDF is Much Easier on iOS 10, Thanks to 3D Touch

September 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We all know, Apple is keenly expanding the functionality of 3D Touch with every iOS update that’s been offered to users. The latest update, the iOS 10, has took the functionality to greater reaches, and users are still familiarizing the knacks of the expanded 3D Touch functionalities. One interesting aspect that is now available is […]

Say ‘Allo’ to Google’s New Messenger App This Week

September 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Time to mark your calendars. Google’s hottest app of the year might be arriving too soon to your devices. According to new rumours, the new Allo messenger app from Google will be making its public debut on September 21. The latest tipsy comes from Evan Blass (@evleaks), who has revealed in his tweet that the […]

SwiftKey is Now the World’s First Keyboard Backed by Neural Networks

September 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have been waiting to witness the power of neural network powered AI in our chat services and messengers. But Microsoft seems to have picked up things in a rush, as the company is bringing forward its neural network to another area where it could prove pivotal; keyboard app. SwiftKey, the keyboard app that was […]

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 […]

Going Phab not so Fab for the iPhone 7 Plus

September 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s omission of the headset maybe receiving wider backlashes. But it seems to have done a pretty job for the company in constraining the snags of the iPhone 7 Plus from doing the rounds across internet. The most noticeable addition of the iPhone 7 Plus was the introduction of dual-lens camera, which should certainly please […]

Facebook Adds Instant Video Services on Messenger

September 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Following the instant popularity of Google Duo, rivals Facebook is now gearing up the video call battle on its Messenger platform. The company has announced a new instant video service that brings live video stream on its Messenger platform to take on the most popular video messenger services. Unlike video calling, Facebook Messenger’s Instant Video […]

Why Nougat Won’t Arrive on Devices Powered by Snapdragon 800/801

September 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s been a week since some of the Nexus devices started riding the new Nougat ride. Interestingly, only a few among the long-range Nexus list of devices were provided with the latest version of Android N. As it appears, this should be the very case for not just Nexus devices, but for almost all Android. […]

Huawei’s MediaPad M3 Arrives with Sharp Upgrades 

September 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei has now thrown light over its MediaPad M2 tablet successor following the launch of the new smartphones under the Nova series. At IFA 106, the company has debuted the all new MediaPad M3 that arrives with beefy upgrades including a bettered display and fine refinements for the audio department. The display of the MediaPad […]

Google is Putting an End to Nexus Branding with Sailfish and Marlin

September 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is taking a big deviation with its Nexus smartphones this year – there won’t be any Nexus devices this year. Apparently, Google’s new range of Nexus device will be more a Google device rather than Nexus or HTC. Sailfish and Marlin, Google’s prospective  Nexus devices for 2016, are now said to be lacking a […]

Google Makes Cast Services Native on Chrome

August 31, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has announced that Google Cast, or previously Chromecast, will now be available built-in on Chrome browsers. This will let users access TV streaming services using the browsers without the need of having any external plug-ins installed or adjusting the configurations. When on the same network as a Cast device, Chrome browsers will now by […]

Philips Hue Gets Automated with a New Motion Sensor

August 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Owners of Philips Hue can now get relieved, as the company is bringing up an add-on to solve all your hands-free demands. Philips is now introducing a $40 motion sensor accessory for home owners to have their home lighting further automated. Packed in a small white casing, the new Philips Hue motion sensor add-on runs […]

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