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Battery-less Smartphone in the Works

July 11, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone buyers can never be arrayed under a single category. They all have various wish list when it comes to buying a phone of their choices. Some may give an upper hand to display, while some get excited with increasing processing capabilities. But be it any category, all the buyers do tend to give attention […]

Get Set to Launch Apps the Pixel-Way in Chrome OS

July 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Chrome OS offers almost everything which the Android offers. But there are certain hiccups for few elements caused by the unfair adaption to 2-in-1 devices. App Launchers are one among them, and though available, it has proved to be outworn compared to what’s available on the smartphone counterpart. But thankfully, Google will soon address […]

Snapchat Now Facilitates Sharing of Web Links Along with New Additions

July 8, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat is not a platform primarily affiliated with instant messaging, but it’s providing all it can to ease the IM services within its bound. The photo sharing app has just received a new update that will finally let users share web-link through the app to their contacts. Unlike rest, sharing of links isn’t straight-forward in […]

Google’s Mobile Search Might Receive an Extra Pinch of Material Design

July 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We know that Material Design has been what Google has been pioneering with respect to their products. Google’s mobile search interface was not an early adopter to this however, but it has later embraced the design to present a neater layout of searches both on Android and iOS. Now it’s preparing for the next gear […]

Twitter Reducing In-App Animations Across its Home Feed

July 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter is bringing some noticeable revamps in a bid to curb down the hiccups in its home feed. Like it has been before, the latest update is currently being tested on the beta version on Android. With version 7.4, Twitter is adding the option of reducing motion that would put a check on in-app animations. […]

WhatsApp finally Uplifts In-App Camera with Addition of New Night Mode

July 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WhatsApp is indeed one among the major messenger platforms available in smartphones today. But that come along with some major accusation for its in-app camera. With rivals plodding with filters and AR stickers inside in-app cameras, WhatsApp stayed reluctant in bringing about any change to the boring camera it features inside the app. But signals […]

Samsung Note 8 Leaks Indicates Reiteration of a Major Drawback of Galaxy S8

July 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s Note successor is readying up for a launch in a couple of months’ time. There have already been rumors about the new features of the device, the most significant of them being the addition of dual camera and display embedded fingerprint sensors. With Note 8, Samsung is expected to bring dual-cam for the first […]

Google Starts Rolling Out Suggested Sharing in Photos

June 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

During the I/O conference, Google revealed a set of intriguing additions to the Photos app that will involve a heavy bunch of AI. Those features are now getting ready to be enabled on the Photos app. Google has now announced that it has started the process of rolling out an update for Photos on both […]

Google Neural Network will Now Help You Complete Your Doodle Drawings

June 29, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There aren’t much keyboards present today that doesn’t brag about autofill or smart prediction features. Picking up words and realizing them isn’t no more a hectic task for the AI behind the scenes. What if the same applies to your drawing? Just start drawing a doodle and let the AI take the rest from you? […]

Facebook to Soon Have a Dedicated Platform for Live Videos

June 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook is heavily betting on video and it’s no secret. From heavily video-oriented updates within the app to off-the-app services, Facebook has shown keen interest in taking the future social media to a video-oriented platform. Yet, they still doesn’t appear on the list of the pioneers of video broadcasting, thanks to the likes of YouTube. […]

Amazon Echo Show can Now Stream Live Feed from Your Smart Home Cameras

June 23, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The success of Amazon’s Echo speaker can be attributed to its inclusion of the support for the ever-expanding skills. This was what we believed would make its Echo Show device a hit when it was launched with all its view and show skills last month. And it has now got cracking on it seems. Amazon […]

Mozilla Opens up Private Browsing on Android with Firefox Focus

June 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Private and Incognito surfing session has become so prominent in current-age internet world that browsers have churned out dedicated versions for the same in multiple platforms. One such output was Firefox Focus for iOS from Mozilla, which was launched with ad-tracking and incognito features. Feeling its success on iOS, Mozilla is now expanding the platform […]

Startup Firm Varjo all set to Hop Past the Biggest Hurdle in VR Headsets

June 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Virtual Reality is still to leap through many hurdles, of which the prime one is better resolution displays. Despite giants like Samsung, Google and Facebook spending fair time in developing new VR technologies, VR headsets are still to crack the resolution issue. And it now appears that the game will be changed by rather a […]

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