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Philips Hue Gets Automated with a New Motion Sensor

August 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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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 […]

Now, Apple Stepping in to Take on Snapchat with a Rival App

August 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It’s unique how Snapchat created its own space among the social networking space. After being introduced as a quirky app, Snapchat has gone on a surging ride with its ephemerality that has lured even the giants like Facebook. Now, another tech behemoth is getting inspired with the quick success of Snapchat and the platform of […]

Google Adds Couple of Playable Games in Its Search Engine

August 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google Doodle is not just the only way for you to add a bit of flair when Googling things. The search engine has now presented a new way for players to get interactive with the search window, this time in the form of playable games. Google is now letting users play games when searching for […]

Prisma Neural Network Powered Filters Go Offline

August 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Users will no long require an internet connection to have their images re-touched the Prisma way. The viral image-filtering app has now announced a new update through which it brings offline processing support in smartphones. What makes the update special is that it’s for the first time an app is making its neural network AI […]

Android 7.0 Nougat OS Starts Pecking Smartphones and Tablets

August 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google’s updated timeframe for the release of Android OS has been put to effect without any hitches. With this, most of the Google devices has now started receiving their biggest software update for the year, the Android 7.0 Nougat OS. The official version now arrives after being under beta for nearly three months under the […]

Chrome Apps Will Soon Be Exclusive to Chrome OS

August 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Google is shutting down Chrome Apps on all platforms, except for its own Chrome OS. This will mean that platforms like Windows, Mac and Linux will soon be deprived of Chrome apps. The shutting down will include a step-by-step process that will initially have the availability of new apps restricted to Chrome OS running devices. […]

Twitter Updates Quality Filter Tool for All

August 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Twitter

Twitter’s Quality Filter feature is being made available for all. With this, all the Twitter users can now enjoy the upgraded feature that helps in improving the quality of Tweets by axing the low-quality comments in Tweet. Twitter will have these low-quality tweets automatically recognized by using a variety of parameters, which include account origin […]

Kobo Aura One E-Reader Gets Updated with a Bigger Screen

August 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Kobo is going great with its Aura One e-reader. The company has revealed its new line-up of updates for Aura One e-reader, which would make Aura One the biggest e-reader from the company. With a display size of 7.8-inch, the updated Aura One e-reader comes much bigger than the 6.8-inch Aura HD e-reader, which was […]

Instagram Stories Feature Receives Its First Update

August 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Instagram

It’s only been a fortnight since Instagram launched its Stories feature to take on Snapchat. But it seems like people are having fun with this new feature. As a result, the Facebook owned company is now rolling out its first ever update for the Stories feature: a zoom-in feature within video capture. This one can […]

Apple Likely to Launch Three iPad Models by 2017

August 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Apple’s iPad Pro series will be having a big expansion next year according to new reports. A set of three new iPad Pro devices will be launched next year it seems, and it will feature sizes ranging from 9.7-inches to 12.9-inches. The tip comes from noted analyst Ming-Chi Kui, who says that Apple will introduce […]

Hard Disk Sounds can be Used to Steal PC Data, Finds Researchers

August 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Unplugging your computer from all kind of communication is not the end solution to keep your PCs secures. This is according to a new research, which finds that hackers can steal data from your PC by using the hard disk sound. Researchers from Israel’s Ben-Gurion University have now found that the acoustic signals produced from […]

MacBook Pro will Soon Receive its Biggest Update in Years

August 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It’s been a while since MacBook Pro has been updated with some heavy features. In fact, over these four years since its arrival, we haven’t seen a single update to the device that has made the MacBook Pro stand apart from its previous versions. But it’s time, says Apple, as the company is now gearing […]

Google Maps New Features are for Emerging Markets

August 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
Google Maps

It might be on the top when considering navigation apps, but Google Maps still has got its own issues, and it reaches the peak when stepping down to lower end smartphones. But efforts from the Mountain View Company is now producing some better solutions for this. On Tuesday, Google announced its latest update for the […]

Google is Stepping into Password Management with Dashlane

August 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Password manager Dashlane has announced a tie up with Google with which the duo will be bringing an easier password management setup for the Android users. Called Open YOLO, or You Only Login Once, the project will be aiming at providing an API that will let Android developers access password managers, which in turn will […]

Facebook to Show the Way Out for Clickbait Headlines

August 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Facebook want its platform to offer the most authentic communication. As a part of this, the company is spearing up a new tool that could unplug deceptive headlines from the social media. Facebook has now announced that it has developed a new algorithm to throttle clickbait that comes with misleading headlines to force people click […]

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