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LG V30 Design is So Good That It Could Garner Applause

August 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG, as we know, had been experimenting with designs. While some of the phones were designed pretty well, some others just fell by the way side. But the latest one from the LG stables is worth an applause. The design part is what has kept our eyes glued to the new upcoming LG V30. The […]

Motorola Self-Healing Display Patent Gives Hopes to Cracked Screens

August 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Almost everyone out there must have experienced dropping their phone at least once and seeing its screen develop cracks.  The trouble seems to be easing, with Motorola filing a patent for a smartphone display that has the ability to heal itself. Going by what folks at Slashgear have found, the patent filed by the smartphone […]

Nikon Mirrorless Camera System Could be in the Works

August 11, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Camera maker Nikon has already had its share of mirrorless camera systems made, but none out there took them as seriously. At least not to the extent the company thought they would. This had in fact brought to competitors like Sony a big share of love from mirrorless camera systems lovers across the globe. Not […]

Visa Payment Stickers in the Works; Would Let You Pay from Your Skin

August 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Did you know Visa is going wearable again? The grapevine has it that the payments giant is making a payment sticker that is wearable!  That means, you will be able to stick it on your hand or other exposed skin and carry on with your payments. The Visa payment sticker once placed on your skin […]

Huawei Mate 10 Set to Hop on AT&T; Launch in First Half of 2018

August 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei’s next flagship phone, which is expected to launch during the first half of 2018, is set to hop on to AT&T in the US marketplace. This move by Huawei could very well be a strategy to keep its hopes high to topple Samsung and Apple’s dominance as world’s top smartphone makers by year 2021. […]

Skype on Android Now Lets You Do Away with Its Traditional Chat Theme

August 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Skype has undergone various overhauls off-late on the Android ecosystem. And it appears that the development team aren’t willing to end those. A new version of the video-calling app is now up on the app store that adds more layers of refinement to it. Version 8.3 comes in with a couple of new chat themes […]

Microsoft Bundles New Eye Tracking Tech with Latest Windows 10 Preview

August 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has just revealed its newly built eye-tracking technology that would be incorporated in Windows 10 OS. Now, it’s speeding up things by rolling out the access to the new feature to the developers. The latest Insider Preview version of Windows for developers includes the support for a beta version of the Eye Control. The […]

Google Ad-blocker Goes Live on Canary and Dev Versions of Chrome

August 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has earlier confirmed that it would be introducing a native ad-blocker to Chrome browser. They have also revealed that the native ad-blocker would be ready by 2018. But it seems like they have expedited the process. The first ever version of the native ad-blocker from Google for Chrome is now available. The ad-blocker has […]

Google will Soon Let You Sync Your Text Messages across Chromebooks

July 31, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chrome OS is expanding beyond its current capabilities. Its latest expansion is placing eye on transforming the OS into a more universal platform by chaining it with your smartphones. As a result, you could soon be able to fetch more of your mobile syncs on to your Chromebooks. This is more likely to be kick-started […]

USB’s Latest Avatar Offers Double Data Speeds with the Same Cable

July 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

USB 3.0 at its time was a big revolution, but the standards have been progressing so quickly that it had to an extent become inadequate for many. That’s why we have the introduction of the latest USB standard: the USB 3.2. The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has just revealed the latest entry, giving a glimpse […]

Alexa Reaching Out to Broader User Groups, Courtesy Arrival on Android

July 24, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android users won’t have to wait longer to play it out with Alexa. The main Amazon app on Android will soon be having the personal assistant included to fetch the solutions for all your queries through voice commands. Amazon had earlier rolled out the virtual assistant on its main app on the iOS platform. This […]

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 […]

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