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Mozilla Starts the Countdown Clock for Blocking Contents in Firefox

July 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Mozilla won’t be showing any mercy over flash contents from next year. As a part of it, the company has now revealed that its Firefox browser will start blocking irrelevant flash content from the browser platform starting next month. From August, Firefox browser will rip down those flash contents which it feels “not essential to […]

Withings’ $100 Infrared Thermometers Arrives after FDA Clearance

July 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Withings announced its Thermo infrared thermometer during March at CES, 2016. Now, the company has made it available for the consumers after grabbing clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration. The release now makes Withings Thermo arguably the best thermometer available in markets today. Unlike conventional thermometers, the Thermo uses a set of 16 […]

Create Personalized Emojis in Snapchat; Here’s How

July 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Pasting an emoji of oneself in Snapchat photos is something which a major share of Snapchat users have always wanted. Now, that will be a reality. Thanks to Snapchat’s acquisition of Bitstrips back in March that users can now experience personalized emoji of their own in the popular instant photo hosting app. Custom emojis made […]

Google Rolls Out Final Developer Preview for Android N

July 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android N, the latest smartphone OS version from Google, will be starting its roll-out by the end of this summer, which is quite early considering the usual yearly schedule of Android versions. As a part of this, the company has now rolled out the fifth and final version of the Android N developer preview, which […]

Apple Music Tweaks Track Matching to Ditch DRM from Matched Files

July 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple Music users can rejoice; they can finally have their tracks matched without being imposed with a DRM. Apple has now announced that they are shifting its match algorithm in Apple Music that will finally have the tracks freed from Digital Rights Management. With the new changes applied, matching your personal tracks to that of […]

Inkwire App Makes Screen-Sharing for Android Effortless

July 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Androids are heavily customizable, and deploy tons of developers’ option. Despite this, users have always felt the lack of a solid app for screen-sharing of their device with other Androids, like in Team Viewer or in Skype on Windows. There are a bunch of apps available that can handle this task to an extent, but […]

Nest Offers a Camera for Your Outdoors

July 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nest is finally fixing a problem which has been prevailing on almost all the major security camera, including Nest Cam; outdoor shooting. It has now launched the new Nest Cam Outdoor to solve the outdoor footage recording issues. Nest Cam Outdoor is made available in a new rig that can be dispatched to outdoor locations […]

SanDisk iXpand Cases for iPhone 6 could Fix Your Storage Woes

July 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was only a couple of days ago that SanDisk revealed the latest addition to its iXpand flash drives for iPhones. Now, the company has unveiled a better way to beef up your storage in iPhone 6 models. SanDisk’s latest addition to its iXpand family is a memory case, offering a more handy option for […]

ZTE’s Daydream VR Ready Smartphones Start Shipping this Weekend

July 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

ZTE has revealed all final details regarding its Axon 7 smartphone that was revealed a month ago boasting Google’s Daydream VR support. The company has now announced that its flagship device will be available for a price of $400, with shipping set to commence on July 17. ZTE Axon 7 is the company’s most powerful […]

Messages You Send and Receive on Facebook Messenger to go Secret

July 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook has now come-up with the official announcement of the launch of Secret Conversations, the very-own encryption feature that will be soon widely used in its Messenger app. The announcement now comes following the rumours of its testing among select users. Facebook revealed that its Secret Conversations feature was rolled out on trial basis to […]

Google Gears Up to Guard Future Encryptions with Post-Quantum Cryptography

July 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is not just concerned about the present. They have their eyes fixed on a world that’s way ahead in time; a world that could be deeply threatened by quantum computers. But that shouldn’t be a worry, as the company is already testing measures to counter that very threat. Tech world today depends heavily on […]

Skype Bots Get Life with Group Support and Other Features

July 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has been working around to transform Skype video services to a hub of work productivity tools. Earlier this week, they released Skype for Meetings, which aimed at providing Skype services to small businesses without any charges. Now, they are upping the bot feature to improve the productivity output for its users through Skype. With […]

Samsung UFS Memory Sticks Shown, Potential Successor to MicroSDs

July 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The memory stick evolution hit a pause button ever since microSD cards started to flourish across gadgets and devices. But soon, it may be given a run again as Samsung has now revealed the world’s first Universal Flash Storage card, shortly UFS, cards which could replace the microSD in the near future. Samsung’s UFS cards […]

Microsoft’s new Skype Free App is for Small Businesses

July 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Video chatting platforms are getting crowded with the advent of new apps, and Skype is striving hard to maintain its stronghold in the game. As part of it, the video-chat service has introduced a couple of new measures to get them going in the business. One among them is the introduction of a new Skype […]

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