Google Calendar Goes Native on iPad with the Launch of New App

April 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has been following a bizarre way of keeping itself away from optimizing its calendar app for iPads. But now that the Mountain View Company is planning for an overhaul with new batch of GSuite apps for iOS platforms, the long-term ignorance has started fading away. The company has just started rolling out the new […]

Samsung Reveals Galaxy S8 Flagship to Square Up Note 7 Wreck

April 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a series of rumors and leaks, the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus flagships from Samsung have finally made its official debut leaning heavily towards the rumors. Like expected, Samsung Galaxy S8 flagships arrive with many refinements in the areas of display, personal assistant, power and software. ‘To Infinity & Beyond’ The biggest catch of […]

Google’s iOS App Now Offers In-built Gboard Features

April 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

iOS users will no longer have to download the standalone Gboard keyboard app if to use the features across all your iOS apps. An update from Google for iOS now improves the functionality of the app by enabling in-built Gboard features along with additional features like widget and improved 3D Touch services. The in-built Gboard […]

Andy Rubin’s Essential will Get Rid of Bezels More than You Think

April 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After two years since his departure from Google, Andy Rubin, the Android creator, is making the return with a smartphone which we can call for now as the ‘Essential’ smartphone. Not that it will be including all the essential features you require, but it’s just that his 40-member team working behind smartphone and AI powered […]

Neuralink, Elon Musk’s New Company, Aims at Bridging Human Brain with AI

April 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Technological advancements in the field of artificial intelligence have raised a curious concern in at least some of the future-wary minds: whether or not humans will one day succumb to the wisdom of machines and artificial intelligence. Obviously, that sounds a far-fetched question, and humankind hasn’t yet put its shoulder to the wheel for a […]

Opera Mini for Android Goes Smart with New Download Feature and More

March 31, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Opera Mini web browser has been the perfect escort for all the data-savvy surfers for these years. Now, it’s getting its services for those dedicated users enriched by rolling out a new update that adds more than a couple of nifty features. Like said before, Opera has been always providing the aid and abet for […]

GIF is Unavoidable, and Facebook is Realizing it Slowly Yet Again

March 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you ask Facebook about GIFs, they would certainly reply that it’s not their thing. But sadly for them, the harsh reality is that GIFs form the inevitable part of social networking, and they are once again realizing this. The news is that Facebook is planning to finally open up support for GIFs in comment […]

Google to Facelift PlayStore with the Reshuffling of My Apps Section

March 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has been testing a redesigned interface for the My Apps section in Play Store. Apparently, those will now no longer be restricted to select users, as Google is planning to roll out new features in its latest PlayStore update. The update will focus on improving the interface of My Apps section. As of now, […]

Long-Forgotten Tweetdeck Might Soon Get a Paid Upgrade

March 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tweetdeck used to be the most popular platform for handling all your Twitter activities a few years back. It still is, but only among the hardcore, dedicated users who are unwilling to leave the deck. But as with the rest, Tweetdeck really isn’t a preferred option, majorly due to the lack of any upgrade in […]

Facebook Testing New Bubble-Styled Interface for Comments

March 25, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook, in past, has irritated us by introducing design revamps quite frequently in its interface. But the recent few years have witnessed a quite period. But that never meant Facebook has given up on its design overhauls. The latest overhaul comes for the comments section, which for the first time since its inception gets a […]

Android O Developer Preview: Top Five Features

March 25, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The first look of Google’s upcoming Android O is now out, thanks to the developer preview rollout of Android O that commenced a couple of days ago. While this is the pre-alpha version of Android O, it still gives a sneak peak of the additions that will be coming out when it releases later this […]

Apple Social Video App Comes Minus Social Networking

March 23, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Along with the launch of the cheaper iPad and the colored iPhone, Apple has made another quite software launch. Called the Clips, this new app is for those video frenzy ones who want to up their social media game with uniquely threaded videos for the social networking platforms. But interestingly, Apple’s new app doesn’t offer […]

VAIO Makes Android Foray with New Phone A

March 23, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony is apparently a brand with no formal rivals in the smartphone segment now. It’s range of devices battle for its own survival and not to compete with the rest. But it now appears that there could be one bitter rival that could taunt the Japanese company. VAIO is the one we are talking about, […]

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