Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 to Boost Performance by 25% Over Predecessor

December 8, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Qualcomm has officially unveiled its latest flagship SoC during the Snapdragon Technology Summit in Hawaii. The Snapdragon 845, which will make its way onto flagships by 2018, features a 25% boost in performance over the previous flagship from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 835. Qualcomm hasn’t altered the ARM Cortex design for its new SoC. Like the […]

Google Rolls Out Lighter Version of Android Oreo for Budget Smartphones

December 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Back during its I/O conference, Google has promised to deliver a lighter version of its latest Android iteration for the low-end smartphones. Google is fulfilling its promise now with the launch of Android Go, which has already started rolling out to developers and manufacturers. Android Go is built on Android Oreo, but will come optimized […]

Facebook To Launch Dedicated Messenger App for Preteens

December 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s age restriction meant that it was never a place for kids. But that’s slightly changing now, as the company has decided to open the doors of its Messenger services to the kids. Facebook has launched a new version of its Messenger app, specifically for users under the age of 13. Called Messenger Kids, the […]

Windows Working on a Photo Companion App for Android and iOS

December 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has been constantly offering services to get their smartphone devices synced with Windows 10. While most of them revolved around Windows apps and services, there have been a few good offerings that have came out of that parameter. One such service is about to be deployed by Microsoft. According to a recent spotting, Microsoft […]

Microsoft’s Edge Browser Exits Preview Period on Smartphones

December 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Edge browser from Microsoft is no more being previewed on Android and iOS, as Microsoft has officially released the app on Thursday for the smartphone devices. As experienced in the preview version, the Edge browser pinpoints seamless continuity of browsing on iOS, Android and PCs as one of its salient feature. Similar to Apple Continuity […]

Google Search Adds New Dedicated Section for Audiobooks

December 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Audiobooks are gaining some renewed interest with the rise in popularity of podcasts. Keeping this in mind, Google has now decided to dedicate a section in its search results for audiobooks. Users can simply search for a book in the Google Search, and the search engine will additionally display a new pane that will be […]

Google Photos New Update Reveals What to Expect Next

December 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has started rolling out its latest update for Google Photos that adds a new light navigation bar on Pixel devices. Additionally, new text selection functionality has also been included in the Google Lens. But those aren’t the only features that were being worked upon by Google for its new update. An APK teardown of […]

DxO Detachable Smartphone Camera is Finally Showing Up for Android

December 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android users have been long waiting for the arrival of the detachable camera from DxO. The wait now appears to be cut-short as DxO has finally decided to make its camera available, although not officially. The DxO smartphone camera for Android will be launched through an early access program run by the company through which […]

Google New App Will be Your Ally in Solving All Your Data Woes

December 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google already has deployed many measures to bring down data consumption in Android through in-built features. And now, it’s launching a new app entirely dedicated for the same on Android platforms. Called Datally, the new app from Google will let users tackle down data consumption by making them better aware of the app and time […]

Microsoft Soon to Test ‘Sets’ to Tab Apps in Windows 10

December 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is set to reintroduce the ability of working in tabs, this time with a set of apps that can be set by the user. Called Sets, the new feature is expected to be tested soon to let users tab their apps based on their choice to easily organize running apps under a single tab. […]

Google wants to Shame Those Who Peek into Your Smartphone

December 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The world of technology is striving forward to bolster privacy of users with their devices, and that’s more pivotal in the case of smartphones. We have seen many technologies being implemented to hinder strangers’ access to smartphones. Now, Google is leaping ahead in that matter with a new technology backed by AI. Researchers from the […]

Microsoft Office Making Its Way Onto Chromebooks through Play Store

November 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is formally making its Office suite available for all the Chromebook users. Office is now available to all Chromebook users through Google Play Store, though not all of them will be able to grab the free version. Office Android apps will be available free only to users with specific devices, while the rest of […]

Facebook Using AI Technology to be More Reactive to Suicidal Posts

November 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook, being an open platform, is never void of user posts that deal with suicidal thoughts. The social media platform had until now relied on user reports to bring such posts under attention and do the rightful. But it’s now resorting to artificial intelligence to speed up things. The company has revealed a new proactive […]

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