Gmail to Refine Web Experience with Addition of Snooze, Smart Reply and Other Features

April 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google will shortly revamp the Gmail experience on Web. A notification for the same was sent out to Gsuite administrators recently, following which the testing has now been open for the administrators. Accordingly, Google will have many of the features from Inbox and Gmail mobile app borrowed for refining the user experience in web. The […]

Snapchat Spectacles Isn’t Dead; FCC Confirms Second-Gen Wearable

April 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat Spectacles and Google Glass had nothing much in common, except for that the two wearables came out in the glass form. But that never stopped the tech world from comparing the two, as a result of which predictions arose that Spectacle would eventually end up embracing the fate of Google Glass. The strong marketing […]

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 […]

Facebook will soon let you ‘Unsend’ Messages in Messenger

April 11, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook is bringing the ability to retract messages to the Messenger services of its home social networking platform. According to reports, Facebook is currently testing the feature with an aim to roll it out to all its users in the near future. Recently, reports have emerged citing the disappearance of messages from Mark Zuckerberg and […]

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 […]

OnePlus 6 to Sport Alert Slider; Release Date and Colors Leaked

April 10, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

OnePlus is apparently giving out details about its upcoming flagship much before its launch. After having confirmed the flagship through a tease, the company is now letting out more details through a series of tweets. That’s in addition to the confirmation of company CEO about the flagship specifications. But thanks to additional leaks that we […]

Google Gives a Taste of Its New OS to Users with Web-Based Demo

April 6, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The entire secrecy behind Google’s third OS apart from Android and Chrome OS blew its cover last year when news of Fuchsia emerged. The OS appeared replacing the long-rumored Andromeda project that was believed to be the marriage of Android and Chrome OS. One year since that first revelation, Google has decided to give a […]

‘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 […]

Samsung reportedly Reviving ‘Mini’ Version for Its Flagship Galaxy S Series

April 5, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung was among the first to have introduced ‘lite’ versions of flagship smartphones under the ‘Mini’ label. The lite trend still prevails in the industry, but Samsung has put an end to the ‘Mini’ series way before. To be precise, the last device that was launched in the Mini category was the Galaxy S5 Mini. […]

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 […]

OnePlus Teases Its New Flagship, and it’s All about Speed

April 4, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

OnePlus is setting the stage for the launch of its latest flagship, the OnePlus 6. After having pulled out its running flagship, the One Plus 5T, off the sales, OnePlus is now officially turning its entire focus to OnePlus 6. The company has now pulled out the first ever tease for its upcoming flagship. As […]

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 […]

LG G7 Render Images Once Again Showcases the Notch, but with a Thinner Chin

April 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG is serious about the G7, and equally serious with the notch. After reports of the death of G7 by recent leaks, it’s getting yet again confirmed that LG will push ahead with the notch for its G7 flagship. New renders from OnLeaks and Mr. Phone are the ones that have yet again revealed the […]

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 […]

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