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Google Home Max is 20 Times Louder than the Original

November 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is on the process of rolling out a slew of updates to the Google Home speakers. Additionally, they are also vamping the hardware depot. Following the launch of the Google Home Mini speakers last month, it now appears that a new device is about to make its way to the market. Called Google Home […]

Amazon Wielding Apple ARKit to Offer Virtual Purchase Inside App

November 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has given augmented reality the leg-up with the introduction of the new ARkit and additional features with the iPhone X. Many companies and developers have been quick enough to pick it up. Amazon is one among those early-birds who will now be using the resources to enhance the shopping experience of users. On Wednesday, […]

Messaging App Signal Gets Unhitched from Chrome with New Desktop App

November 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Private messaging app Signal was launched initially by Open Whisper Systems as a desktop app through Chrome browser. The app has continued to evolve over the period of one year since its introduction. And now, it’s about to come out in a new form. Signal is now made available as a standalone app for desktops, […]

Microsoft Winding Up Premium Subscription on

November 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has previously indicated through its updates for of one change, the very change that would put an end to all those Premium features. Now, the word is being resonated officially by the company. The company has revealed that most of its Premium features will be moving to Office 365. The list includes features […]

Researchers Resort to Neural Network for DSLR-Quality Images sans Dual Cam

November 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone camera have been one of the prime factors that depend the success of a smartphones. Buyers are being offered broader options these days with the influx of dual-cams and quad-cams, not to forget the very own non-dual software-tweaked camera prowess of Google Pixel. No matter what the technology is, every vendor tries to boast […]

Instagram Superzoom to Let Users Create Dramatic Theatrical Zoom Effect

October 31, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Once in a while, Instagram shows up with new tools for its users to dramatically alter the nature of their video. Features like Boomerang and Hyperlapse have been adored and used across most of the videos in the media hosting app. Now, it’s the turn of a new theatrical tool. The latest addition is Superzoom, […]

Google Allo Finally Lets You Manually Crop your Profile Picture

October 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Duo recently made news by getting itself integrated with other apps to be the ‘Face Time’ on Android devices. Now it’s time to shift the focus to another app that made its debut alongside, Google Allo. The WhatsApp-eschew instant messenger is receiving a new update that upgrades the app to version 21. Coming along with […]

Google Redesigns Share Sheet inside Google Photos; Rolls Out New Update

October 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Photos is receiving a major update this week. Version 3.7 of the app now comes with new features including the ability to recognize pets from your images and retention of initial share messages. But alongside, the app is also receiving a server-side upgrade that redesigns the in-built share sheet of the app. Google Photos, […]

PayPal in Messenger Now Lets You Transact Money with Your Contacts

October 24, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

PayPal is making itself better out of its fruitful relation with Facebook Messenger. The company has announced that its money transaction services is getting integrated deeper with the instant messenger app from Facebook. Messenger users will now be able to send and request money directly within the app through their PayPal accounts. Until now, PayPal […]

Facebook is Officially Rolling Out Explore Feeds for All

October 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you were not aware, Facebook, for some time, has been featuring a feed alternate to its normal News Feed. You might not have noticed it until now, as the feature was only being tested among a few users. But from now on, everyone can access the new feed section inside Facebook. With alternate, we […]

WhatsApp Now Lets You Share Real Time Location for a Set Duration

October 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Close on heels of what rival apps started doing, WhatsApp too has introduced the feature of real time location sharing in the instant messenger app. Called Live Location, the feature has been introduced both on the Android and iOS version of the app. Live Location on WhatsApp borrows its features from Facebook Messenger, the instant […]

Google Takes down Calorie Estimates from Maps on iOS Following Backlash

October 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has many a time succeeded in loading much alluring features on Maps. But sometimes, things just go worse. The case with the recently introduced calorie estimate was one such bad Google has announced that it is taking down the newly introduced feature of estimating calorie burnt following inside Google Maps on iOS. Google has […]

Microsoft’s Fluent Design is Robust, But There’s Plenty More to Come

October 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The revelation of Microsoft earlier this year had promised us of subtle changes that would come along with the company’s software in the future, particularly with the adoption of Fluent Design. Now, the first part of that is gearing up for release tomorrow with the arrival of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Sure, users would […]

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