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Drone Makes Tech History by Saving Teens from Drowning

January 19, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Technology is getting advanced day by day. There have taken place many events that had good and bad impacts due to growth in technology. The question on whether technology is a boon or a bane for humankind still remains a topic of debate. A recent event, where two teen boys were saved from drowning, by […]

Call Switch Feature Finally Shows up on WhatsApp Beta

January 17, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It has been rumored for months that WhatsApp was planning to introduce a new feature to let users switch between voice calls and video calls. Now, after months of speculation, the feature has finally started showing up on the popular messaging platform. The call-switch feature is being now introduced in v2.18.4 of WhatsApp Beta for […]

Google Switches to Machine Learning for Axing Malicious Extensions in Chrome

January 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is introducing a new method to bring down deceptive extensions on Chrome browser. As a result, Chrome will now be blessed with machine learning capabilities to identify confusing and malicious extensions. The feature will be rolled out in the coming weeks as a part of its already existing abuse protection features. Google has already […]

DJI Osmo Mobile 2 Will Stabilize Your Smartphone Videos at a Much Cheaper Cost

January 11, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There are many factors that make a smartphone camera excel. Modern day cameras don’t just rely on pixel count, but also unearth additional features to wow the buyers. Stabilization forms one such feature, but we don’t get to see them on all devices though. DJI cracked this out by introducing Osmo Mobile, the smartphone stabilizer […]

You Might Soon be Able to Post Instagram Stories as Your WhatsApp Status

January 6, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Despite Instagram and WhatsApp originating from the same roots, Facebook has so far managed to refrain the two platforms from sharing any feature. But that could be about to change, as WhatsApp might soon be borrowing Instagram stories in-order to expand its Status segment. At present, Facebook is pilot testing the feature by letting closed […]

LG to Rebrand Its Flagship Smartphone Lineup Yet Again

January 4, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG’s tryst with its smartphone branding is one curious case. The South Korean manufacturers have followed the habit of occasionally rebranding its smartphone lineup regardless of its acceptance among the consumers. The company now appears to not even spare its flagship series from that. LG’s G-series, the current flagship lineup from the vendors, is all […]

Telegram’s Latest Version Lets You Give Quick Reply to Messages

January 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Instant messaging app Telegram has rolled out the latest version of the app to woe the users with new features.  V4.7 is now live on the respective app stores of Android and iOS platforms with respective additions. The highlight of the Android update is the support for multiple accounts. Users will now be able to […]

Samsung to Rope-in Top-Notch Camera for its Detachable Chromebook

January 2, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chromebooks are expected to fill in the void created by the absence of tablet inflows. But that presents a tough task for the manufacturers, given the current state of Chromebooks. That’s why Samsung decided to step forward and give a big boost to Chromebooks with a detachable Chromebook. Reports earlier have hinted about a detachable […]

Google is Making it More Convenient for You to Watch Videos in Chrome

December 29, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Most of tend to prefer native video playing apps for streaming videos when browsing through Chrome. The reason is that despite Chrome being one of the favorite browsers, it still haven’t offered us much convenience when it comes to video playing. But that’s about to change. The latest Dev and Canary channels of Chrome is […]

Say No to Cryptocurrency Mining with the Latest Version of Opera 50

December 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Opera’s latest edition of its browser for personal computers have now hit the app stores. V50 of Opera is being rolled out in beta form for Windows, macOS and Linux devices. However, it comes with Release Candidate label which makes it more of an advanced beta. The version will automatically be upgraded to stable version […]

Instagram is Now Letting Testers Early-Access Features with New Alpha Program

December 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It has never been easy accessing upcoming features in Instagram. That was because there wasn’t any pre-testing program for the image hosting app apart from the beta test it ran on select cases. But that’s about to change. Early adopters would soon have the chance to enjoy features and changes in Instagram much before it […]

Chrome is Finally Letting You Keep the Autoplaying Videos Tight-Lipped

December 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is keeping its word. The company has started addressing issues around content that autoplays in the Chrome browser as assured back in September. As a first step, Chrome will now feature the ability to mute videos that autoplay by default. Before you search for it in Chrome, we would like to inform you that […]

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