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Canon’s Family of Mirrorless Cameras Gets a New Addition

February 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Canon is expanding its mirrorless camera lineup with a new addition. The company has unveiled the new EOS M6, which basically appears like a modified version of the currently available EOS M5 mirrorless camera. Compared to the latter, the new entry features almost the same specs. The EOS M6 features a 24.2 MP APS-C CMOS […]

Google Maps Introduces Lists to Let You Share Starred Locations

February 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Maps used to be the app that took you from Point A to Point B. But over these years, it has evolved to become more of a travel companion. For this, Google has vowed to make its navigation app more social, and year 2017 will be witnessing some aggressive moves from Google in this […]

Magic LeaP Prototype Leaked; CEO Rules Out Lack of Progression

February 15, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It seems like what could have been rather an exciting leak has now turned out to be something that has raised many eyebrows. The potential prototype of Magic Leap’s secretive augmented reality has now leaked, and it looks like the most inconvenient AR device we have seen until now. The so-called prototype that was leaked […]

G6 Won’t Feature the Latest Qualcomm Chipset, and It Should Prove Good for LG

February 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The news of Samsung’s tie-up with Qualcomm for the mass production of Snapdragon 835 chipsets shouldn’t have sounded good for the rest. Apparently, Samsung will be hogging the initial batch of the new chipset to get it earmarked for the Galaxy S8, whose launch will only be taking place by the end of March. This […]

Google Powers Personal AI on Pixel Devices with Home Control Support

February 13, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Assistant is certainly one of the biggest benefits of owning a Pixel device. Despite being nearly half a year since its arrival, Pixel continues to evolve massively hinting how powerful it can get in the near future. Now, Google is adding yet another feature to showcase what the Assistant holds when it becomes available […]

Microsoft Ushers In New Picture-in-Picture Mode in Windows 10

February 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is making multitasking easier in Windows 10. The latest developer preview version is now teasing some of the features that will soon be arriving on Windows 10, and it includes a bunch of much needed additions. One among them is the arrival of a new Compact Overlay mode, which definitely should be a boon […]

WhatsApp’s Snapchat-Like Status will Let Users Mute Update

February 8, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WhatsApp’s next major introduction is widely speculated to be Status, the Snapchat-like feature that will let users post ephemeral stories as their status. The feature is said to be tested in beta now, and reports are now suggesting that WhatsApp is introducing some new features to Status. Accordingly, WhatsApp will let users mute or unmute […]

Revamped Google Photos Makes Image Navigation Easier on Android

February 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Photos is receiving a big update that will make it easier for users to surf through their image library. The new v2.8 update comes with tweaked albums tab to offer better organization of the images and albums under the feature. The most noticeable overhaul is the division of the albums tab into three categories. […]

Microsoft Outlook Celebrates 2nd Anniversary by Introducing Third-Party Add-Ins

February 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft’s Outlook app is one among the very few mail apps that caters aptly to the requirements of the users. Despite the shortcoming, Outlook has maintained its reputation of being the finest in its job, and that’s why Microsoft is constantly upgrading the app to expand its functionality. As a result of those, a new […]

Google Finally Brining in Open-Sourced Chrome for iOS

February 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has kept its open-sourced Chromium project reserved for the desktop users. But that started changing with the onset of 2015 with which Google started rolling out Chromium for Android devices. iOS devices were however devoid of Chromium, but only until now as Google is opening up the open sourced Chrome for the Apple ecosystem […]

Windows Cloud is Microsoft’s Attempt to Resurrect Windows RT

February 2, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is trying to wipe out the blotches of Windows RT by refreshing the OS under a new name. The upcoming Windows Cloud, if reports are to be believed, will be the new Windows RT OS that will have nothing to do with the cloud services from Microsoft. Instead, it will be the one that […]

Dropbox Paper No More a Beta Product; Launches New Synchronization Tool

February 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Paper, Dropbox’s unified workspace for collaborative creation and sharing of projects, has finally exited beta after having been enclosed in the beta nutshell for nearly two years. The company has also launched Smart Sync, a new tool that would ease better synchronization of the services with PC and Mac devices. Paper was initially introduced by […]

Twitter is Unifying Moments and Live Videos with the New Explore Tab

January 31, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Moments, one of the features that welcomes you on Twitter, is giving way to a new feature. The feature is not getting axed although. Instead, Twitter is integrating the Moments feature into a completely new feature called the Explore. Explore is the new tab for Twitter that has been introduced for the iOS version of […]

Facebook Starts Testing Stories with Disappearing Images and Videos

January 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After having successfully mimicked Snapchat through Instagram with the launch of Stories last year, Facebook is at it yet again. The social network platform is now carrying forward the ephemeral Stories feature to Facebook app. Facebook Stories, as it’s called, brings out the very same interface that has been in use in Instagram Stories, and […]

Japan Display Shows Off Cheap LCD Alternate to Flexible OLED

January 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Flexible OLED is essentially the future of display equipment. Samsung has embraced the technology with its Edge branded smartphones, and it will be further expanding with the introduction of more foldable devices probably later this year. Apple too is expected to introduce the curved display technology with its upcoming iPhone device. That said, it’s quite […]

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