Google’s Daydream Platform Gets Its Biggest Expansion with New Standalone Headset

May 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was bound to happen, and it has now with the Google I/O conference. Daydream, the so far smartphone-constrained VR platform is finally being untangled from external hardware. Google has presented its new standalone headset, which will feature Daydream powered by dedicated chipsets and sensors. The newly announced Daydream headset is the biggest expansion for […]

Google Rolling Out a Complete OS Version of Android for Automobiles

May 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android Auto was Google’s face in the segment of connected cars, but it’s changing. The global tech behemoth is finally up with its dedicated OS for automobiles, and it’s called Android Automotive. Unlike Android Auto, the new Android Automotive is a totally refined version of Android designed with special emphasis for cars. It means that […]

Motorola Gets Busy with Launch Plans for Moto C

May 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola will be having a busy schedule ahead. They are expected to launch a slew of devices, most of which will be refined versions of their previous flagship smartphones. But they have kick started that busy schedule with quite an unexpected launch; the Moto C. Moto C is the new range of affordable smartphone from […]

Microsoft is Giving Windows 10 VR Gear a Boost with New Controllers

May 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft’s plan toward boosting virtual reality is constrained by its dedication to HoloLens, the ambitious augmented reality headset, which is yet to come out in its fully fledged form. But that hasn’t stopped the company from giving a leg up to the existing VR, or rather mixed reality gear compatible with Windows 10. At the […]

Windows 10 Update will Mark the Onset of Microsoft’s New UI

May 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Windows 10 will be parting ways with the Metro design. Come this fall, and the OS from Microsoft will start embracing the new Fluent Design UI that will be the successor to the existing one. But don’t expect an outright overhaul, as Microsoft has revealed that the upgrade will be a gradual one that will […]

Android O will Make Receiving Updates Easier and Faster

May 15, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tardy updates have put customers in dismay often with the Android ecosystem. Now, Google is trying to wipe it out with the onset of Android O. Thanks to its latest project called Project Treble, Google will now let users receive Android updates much faster, and more easily. Project Treble will accompany all those device that […]

Instagram Takes down Exclusivity of Mobile Apps for Photo Uploads

May 12, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Instagram is going light on its stringent policies for photo uploads from smartphones. The company is now finally giving up on the exclusivity that has been reserved for the app version as Instagram is now opening up uploads through its mobile website. Until now, the platform has forced users to solely rely on its app […]

Google Makes Offline Page Management Simplified in Chrome for Android

May 11, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chrome’s ability to download pages and let them be accessed offline is something that has become a bog-standard at present. For that reason, Google is now expanding its offline features in Chrome to take it a notch above the rest. As a result, Google is now updating its Android version of Chrome to encompass new […]

Amazon’s New Echo Speakers will ‘Show’ You What Alexa is Capable of

May 11, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon Alexa could guide you not just through its voice, it’s now even capable of showing you its real prowess. The internet’s powerhouse retailer has just unveiled its new speaker called Amazon Echo Show that finally unites the touch-screen interface for you to communicate with Alexa. Apart from the array of microphones that always kept […]

Comcast Spruces up Home Wireless Network Management with Xfinity xFi

May 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Comcast has revealed its plan to bolster its presence in the home wireless space. As a result, the company has come up with Xfinity xFi, a service that will let customers handle wireless networks with more ease. With its new service, Comcast will make it easier for its customers to manage and control their Wi-Fi […]

Waze will Now Let You be Navigated by Your Own Voice

May 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Waze has offered much more than the normal computer voice for easing your navigation. It has previously offered a variety of celebrity voices to guide you through the turns. But it’s now taking a step ahead by finally letting you guided by your own voice. With the new update for the Android version, Waze is […]

OnePlus Confirms Name and Release Date of Its Next Flagship

May 9, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s not that we didn’t know about what will be up from OnePlus this summer, but at least it stays official now. The Chinese manufacturers have now confirmed its plans for this summer with the revelation of its upcoming flagship, and those well fall in line with what was said earlier. With a first teaser […]

Cortana is Entering the Speaker Space, Thanks to Harman Kardon

May 9, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever since Amazon’s Echo speakers started its euphoric ride, there were obvious talks of its rivals coming up with a similar device. Google has already entered the space with its Google Home speakers, and rumors are that Apple too will be joining the foray sooner. But it was the absence of Microsoft’s name among those […]

Raspberry Pi Can Now be Controlled via Voice, Thanks to Google

May 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Raspberry has come miles off its initial form of being just an educational stick for enlightening kids and adults with comping knowledge. It’s now the base of all the DIY projects ranging from gaming emulators to those dealing with IoT. Picking this up, tech giant Google has decided to give a leg up to the […]

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