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Chat Anonymously Now with the New Thoughts Around Me App

September 1, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What if you are someone who would love chatting with others anonymously?  In case you were wondering if there is an app that allows you to do that, let’s tell you are lucky. For, Mana, a London-based app development studio, has brought to the fore a  new location-based messaging app that lets you post messages […]

Cortana now Arrives for US Androids in Public Beta

August 26, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has now made Cortana accessible for every Android user in the US. The personal digital assistant has now been rolled out to Android devices in its beta form for the public, shedding its closed beta usage. The announcement was made by Microsoft in its blog, which explains that the Android version will feature a […]

Apple to Replace Your iPhone 6 Cameras if Proven Faulty

August 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not often does a blurry photo come associated with the downside of your camera devices; you might have to curse your own device-holding and photographic skills in such instances. But in case if you were snapping using an iPhone 6, chances are that you can be proud of your photographic skills, and start blaming your […]

Samsung Readying Next Big Tab, and It’s Really Big

August 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Are tech-buffs finding it tedious playing with the current-gen tablet size? Samsung seems to have bigger plans in their mind. It’s not getting big like it was with their flagship smartphones, but the next from them is really big, and will be shattering screen-size records in the world of tablets. The Korean company is now […]

Samsung Galaxy Edge+ in India for INR 57,900

August 22, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A week after the global unwinding of Galaxy S6 Edge+, Samsung has decided to bring its newbie to the Indian shores. The flagship model, priced at INR 57,900, will be available starting next week. Pre-orders opened on Wednesday. The version announced for the Indian markets is the 32GB edition. Although there is a 64GB version […]

Pre-order Begins for Blackphone 2, which Arrives Next Month

August 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

“Privacy without compromise”. That was what Silent Circle offered when they launched their privacy-focused smartphone Blackphone in markets last year. Now they are bringing version 2.0 of the secure smartphone, and we could expect something that will turn out to be the end-word for security in the world of smartphones. Silent Circle has announced that […]

Hyundai Shuns Prevailing Genesis Outlook with New Vision G Concept

August 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It definitely reads Genesis on its front and rear badges, but this new coupe from Hyundai does not in any sense reflect the premium coupe lineage. In fact, it’s something more from the South Korean manufacturer. Called Vision G, this new concept from Hyundai was unveiled at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, where we […]

Xiaomi Brings in Redmi Note Successor Along with a ‘Prime’ Version

August 19, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Xiaomi, who is celebrating their fifth anniversary, has presented two new smartphone models in China. The Redmi Note 2 has been offered as the successor to the previous Note from Xiaomi, while it would also be releasing an upgraded version of the successor alongside, which is named Redmi Note 2 Prime. Both the devices will […]

Facebook to Fetch Breaking News Live on Your Devices

August 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Facebook is gearing up for a new frontier, and that’s to show the world that notifications aren’t the only stuff they could pop up in your devices. In fact this time, it’s even something that’s fetched from outside of your social networking perimeters –  live and breaking news The new service won’t be accompanying the […]

LastPass is a One-Stop Service for All Your Passwords

August 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There’s nothing more annoying like messing up your passwords when you really need them. We have a countless number of app and internet services, and with each demanding unique mixes and permutations, it’s quite common that we end up with multiple passwords. But we now have an app designed dedicated to manage all those under […]

Windows RT Update Not to Have Any Splash of Windows 10 

August 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was only one month ago that the Windows RT users were delighted when Microsoft’s Gabriel Aul gave out the cue for something heading our way. And in the recent days, rumors were that there would be a major overhaul for Windows RT that would be bonded with Microsoft’s Windows 10. But that seemed to […]

Android One Set to Return, a Sub-INR 3000 Smartphone Planned this Time

August 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Whether or not the Android One initiative served the desired intent of luring budget smartphone buyers has still not been given an official reveal. Still, Google is driving forward with their budget-smartphone venture. Android One, the OS benchmark which was launched to hike the low-budget smartphone usage in India, is now entering its next phase, […]

More than Half of US Teens See Friendship Bloom in Cyber Space

August 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Forging a friendship personally and in the internet world draws a line in between; the very own line that runs parallel to the ones that define the polarity in shopping and e-shopping, consultation and online consultations, and other similar affairs. Just like it has been with the internet-applications, online friend-seeking proves to be easier, even […]

Microsoft Steps Up New Smartwatch Apps for iOS and Android

August 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The smartwatch department at Microsoft has always remained dry as dust. Except for the less-babbled Microsoft Band and the story of an abandoned smartwatch, their name never made the hitch with smartwatch segment even in a subtle manner. But they are making sure that it won’t get iterated at least with the story of their smartwatch […]

Siri to Welcome 2016 with Feature for Handling Voicemails

August 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
White iphone 4s using siri

Often, the service of voicemail is regarded a nuisance due to the hectic process involved to fetch the audio note left by the caller. But still there are many, especially from the class of veteran mobile users, who prefer the telecom way of handling a missed call. Now, Apple’s personal assistant is eyeing to poise […]

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