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Google is Experimenting New Navigational Gestures for Android P

April 16, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Notch support isn’t the only feature that is being borrowed from the iPhone X by Google for its upcoming smartphone OS iteration. Apparently, Google is also working on iPhone X-like navigational gestures to replace its current set of navigational buttons that include the home, back and recent apps button. According to a newly obtained screenshot, […]

Android Messages All Prepared to Arrive on Web Platform

April 14, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s array of messaging services has often been confusing. But sometimes, they manage to get the right thing done like having the experience unified for mobile and web platforms. That’s what is happening now with Android Message. The SMS-based service from Google is ready to be deployed into the web edition following the rollout of […]

Chrome OS Takes on iPad Pro in a Tablet Form with the HP Chromebook X2

April 11, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The advance of Chrome OS has caused a serious downslide in Apple’s ride with the iPad Pro. With the increase in popularity of Chromebooks, Apple has taken a heavier blow in the field of tablets, and it appears like more blows are inbound. After years of playing around with notebooks, Chrome OS is finally making […]

Google is Making Use of Emojis Easier on Desktop with a New Chrome Shortcut

April 10, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Emojis are everywhere, thanks to its ease of access when you type through smartphones. Whether you have them inserted from keyboard pop-ups or by typing, emojis are much easier to access in smartphones. But that’s not exactly the case on desktops. Emojis doesn’t appear as a built-in feature on browser or on desktops apart from […]

‘Sets’ Multitasking in Windows Get More Browser-Like with Latest Preview

April 6, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft’s focus on improving the multitasking capabilities in Windows had earlier resulted in the introduction of Sets, a tab-based multitasking program for running various processes. Now, it’s getting further enriched with the arrival of the latest preview for Windows 10. For those unaware, Sets was introduced in an earlier update to offer browser-like multitasking to […]

Messenger Now Converts Your Panoramic Shots to 360-Degree Images

April 5, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It took over two years for Facebook to carry forward one of its alluring photo-shoot feature from the social networking app to its messaging platform. Messenger is finally getting updated with a new feature that will let users capture and share 360-degree images through their app. To capture 360-degree shots, users will have to set […]

Google’s Updated Access Checker Helps Avoid Duplicate Sharing

April 4, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Drive is getting updated with new features that would help users to easily share Drive files with individuals and organizations. The updated Access Checker will now provide you with more information to easily decide the recipients while sharing a file. The updated Access Checker can now anticipate who needs access to a file so […]

YouTube is Updating Notifications from Subscribed Channels with a Video Thumbnail

April 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

YouTube is testing a slew of new features that are aimed at overhauling the video browsing and viewing experience inside the app. But apparently, apart from those focused on uplifting the video viewing experience, YouTube is also showing keenness on tweaking other areas including notification. The recent development is with the notification section, especially for […]

Moto G Series is Finally Making the Jump to 18:9 Displays

April 2, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The unusual absence of Motorola at MWC had led many to believe that year 2018 would prove to be a dull year for the Lenovo-owned company. But that doesn’t seem the case right now, as Motorola is now reportedly gearing up for a new launch. The company is now said to be prepping up the […]

Huawei is Setting New Camera Benchmarks with the P20 Pro

March 29, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei’s P20 has finally come out of the wraps to woo the tech world. Despite featuring nothing more than the earlier rumored specifications, Huawei has managed to up the bars in terms of one key area; the camera. Like rumored earlier, Huawei has launched three variants of the P20- the regular version, the Pro version […]

Huawei Set to be the First Smartphone to Embrace 512 GB ROM

March 27, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

While display advancements are taking place at pace, storage seems to be an area that has entered a lull. It’s been a while since flagship has stay put with 256 GB storage, while mid-rangers and the rest are still lurking around the 64 GB storage options. But Huawei now appears to be bringing a change […]

Chrome Starts Blocking Autoplaying Videos with Sound

March 23, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Version 64 of Chrome had handed over the ability of stopping autoplaying videos and muting them in specific sites. Chrome is now adding on to it by introducing a few conditions for videos to autoplay to ensure the playback consistency in the browser. Version 66 of Chrome, which has now entered Beta, will let media […]

YouTube is Making Live Streams Easier through Smartphones and PCs

March 22, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

YouTube is certainly the reigning champ when it comes to video hosting. But shift the focus to live video streams, and YouTube would certainly have to be tagged the late bloomer. But a series of developments across the platform is helping YouTube catch up with the rest now, and the most crucial one is with […]

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