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Instagram Prepping Go Insta with Live Video Broadcast

October 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook is going beyond limits to push itself atop in terms of video broadcast. After having successfully introduced live video streams for all in its platform, the company is now eyeing to build more on it by expanding the service to its sibling platforms. It’s now reported a live stream feature is being tested on […]

Apple One-Handed Keyboard Hidden in iOS for Two Years

October 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

One-handed keyboards are not just a gimmick; they are something of high-utility in the modern days where flagships are adapting to bigger screen sizes. It’s for this reason that it feels strange to know that there isn’t a one-handed keyboard available for iOS devices. However, what’s now revealed is that the above-said is not entirely […]

New Fisker Sedan to Sport Butterfly-Door

October 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Henry Fisker is back again with his new venture, after having gone bankrupt with Fisker Automotive in 2013. Recently, Henry Fisker just took to Twitter and revealed the first look of his upcoming supercar. The new model, which has been partially revealed, is believed to be a sleek sedan with innovative new dihedral doors (also […]

Nubia Z11 Mini Boasts Better Camera Experience; Lands in India

October 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After having launched its Nubia Z9 Mini with a fascinating camera last year, ZTE, the world’s fourth-largest mobile phone manufacturer, has launched their new smartphone Nubia Z11 Mini in India. That brings the company back to headline space on the Indian smartphone terrain. Significant about the new device is that it holds aloft an enhanced […]

Audi Redesigns Audi Q7 with 2.0L TFSI Turbo Power

October 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Audi has come up with a new edition of its second generation Q7 SUV. This revamped version of Q7 comes powered by a 2.0L TFSI turbo four-cylinder engine that is faster, lighter, more fuel efficient. It also comes across as less expensive and weighs 26% lesser than the 2015 Q7 version which had a 3.0L, […]

Chrome Unveils Canary for the Impatient Android Users

October 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

You no longer have to switch to the big machines to know what’s cooking in the Chrome browsers. Google has finally introduced Chrome Canary for smartphones, the channel that has been serving the impatient ones for so long on the desktop platforms. The new app, launched for Android devices, will be acting as an entirely […]

Qualcomm Details Its New Range of Gigabit LTE/5G Modems

October 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

 We already know that works on 5G have been going on at steady pace across the world. It’s now just a matter of time before we embrace the new-gen communication technology. But that hasn’t stopped the industry leaders from rolling out the compatible gears for Gigabit LTE, and the 5G technology once it comes out. […]

Google Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches to Arrive by Early 2017

October 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s hardware division has started its long-anticipated run with the Pixel devices. Like expected, they indeed are creating a buzz  all around, but it now appears that Google is going to vamp up to make the next noise. The latest reports centered on Google’s hardware output now bring the earlier rumored Google-made Smartwatches to the […]

Windows 10 Preview Build Introduces Customizable Touchpad Gestures

October 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not every Windows update sounds delightful to the users. But the new Windows 10 beta build has got a feature loaded in it that can get many excited. Microsoft hasn’t built a fanfare for its new feature or the update, which is perceivable considering that the update is available only for the Windows Insider program […]

Google Daydream-Ready Android to Enter Beta This Month

October 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s fair to say that Google’s latest operating system, Android Nougat, hasn’t unleashed its full capability on the devices it has made the touchdown on. That’s because Google has still been working on its Daydream VR support for the latest version, and it’s yet to be made fully functional. But that will soon be cracked, […]

Telegram Makes Chatting More Engrossing with Bot-Powered Gaming

October 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Telegram is an app that remains the top choice for many. With its WhatsApp-alike features, Telegram offers robust messaging features as effective as its rival services without letting users be concerned about an ad-privacy intrusion. Picking this up, the messenger service is now fortifying its services with a new API integration that adds games within […]

Prisma Keeps Word; Adds Video Filter Support to App

October 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Just over a month ago, along with the introduction of offline filter support, Prisma made a strong promise. The promise was that it will be adding video editing support to its famous photo filtering app. The company has kept its word. Prisma finally has got the much awaited video-filtering features on the iOS version. With […]

WhatsApp Finally Brings Complete GIF Support

October 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WhatsApp is on a mission to further enrich the media support inside the messenger platform. After rolling out much-awaited editing features with its latest update, WhatsApp is now turning its attention to bring another long-awaited feature; GIF Support. After months of being in the rumors, GIF support in WhatsApp seems to be finally taking its […]

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