Android Oreo’s Latest Version to Arrive with Automatic Space Saver

November 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Space saving can often get messier, especially in devices with low storage. But thanks to a new feature that you can now forget about one area of space clearing if you are using Android Oreo. According to the latest spotting, version 8.1 of Android Oreo will be hitting with a new space saving feature that […]

Google Home Max is 20 Times Louder than the Original

November 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is on the process of rolling out a slew of updates to the Google Home speakers. Additionally, they are also vamping the hardware depot. Following the launch of the Google Home Mini speakers last month, it now appears that a new device is about to make its way to the market. Called Google Home […]

Moto Tab to Mark Motorola’s Return to Tablet Terrain

November 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola isn’t definitely a name that gets popped up nowadays when speaking of tablets. But that wasn’t the case as it appeared, a few years back. However, contrary to expectations, the company had slipped off from its tablet plans following the launch of Xoom tablet, which was followed by only a couple of tablet launches. […]

Facebook’s Events App Gets Rebranded as Local; Adds New Features

November 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Events, the standalone app from Facebook that connected users with live events around, is getting uplifted. The app now comes with additional features apart from just event info, including reviews and local business info. With the upgrade, Facebook has also rebranded the app as Locals to get its name synced with the new additions. Apart […]

Google’s Update for Google Home Lets it Double up as an Intercom

November 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has earlier revealed that it would finally let users broadcast messages through Google Home devices with the help of Google Assistant. After one month following the revelation, the feature is finally showing up for all the Google Home users. A new update has started rolling out that will now let users user their Google […]

Samsung Enterprise Edition is Back with Galaxy Note8

November 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung has always acknowledged the fact that enterprises and its users demand a different set of features than typical smartphone buyers. This has been made explicit with the company launching dedicated Enterprise editions of its premium Galaxy Note smartphones. After going through an unexpected break, the trend is now getting resumed with the Galaxy Note8. […]

Amazon Wielding Apple ARKit to Offer Virtual Purchase Inside App

November 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has given augmented reality the leg-up with the introduction of the new ARkit and additional features with the iPhone X. Many companies and developers have been quick enough to pick it up. Amazon is one among those early-birds who will now be using the resources to enhance the shopping experience of users. On Wednesday, […]

Razer Unveils Its First Smartphone with Top-of-the-line Specs

November 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a few teasers, Razer has come up with its first ever smartphone on November 1 as said before. With gaming as its nucleus, the Razer Phone packs a plethora of high-end specifications, but with certain caveats. As with the hardware, the Razer Phone packs a Snapdragon 835 SoC paired with 8 GB of RAM. […]

Messaging App Signal Gets Unhitched from Chrome with New Desktop App

November 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Private messaging app Signal was launched initially by Open Whisper Systems as a desktop app through Chrome browser. The app has continued to evolve over the period of one year since its introduction. And now, it’s about to come out in a new form. Signal is now made available as a standalone app for desktops, […]

Microsoft Winding Up Premium Subscription on

November 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has previously indicated through its updates for of one change, the very change that would put an end to all those Premium features. Now, the word is being resonated officially by the company. The company has revealed that most of its Premium features will be moving to Office 365. The list includes features […]

YouTube TV is Finally Offering a Dedicated TV Experience

November 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has kept on updating YouTube TV with newer features including integration with Google Home and Assistant. But it has been missing out on one thing that was needed the most, an optimized experience for TVs to pitch it on to the living rooms. It finally seems like YouTube TV is getting ready for that. […]

Researchers Resort to Neural Network for DSLR-Quality Images sans Dual Cam

November 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone camera have been one of the prime factors that depend the success of a smartphones. Buyers are being offered broader options these days with the influx of dual-cams and quad-cams, not to forget the very own non-dual software-tweaked camera prowess of Google Pixel. No matter what the technology is, every vendor tries to boast […]

WhatsApp Recall Feature is Now Live Along with New In-House Emojis

November 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WhatsApp has long been said to have working on a recall feature that would let users recall send messages before it gets read by the recipient. Now, the feature has gone live on the messenger platform with the arrival of new update that also adds some major visual overhauls. The recall feature was under beta […]

Instagram Superzoom to Let Users Create Dramatic Theatrical Zoom Effect

October 31, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Once in a while, Instagram shows up with new tools for its users to dramatically alter the nature of their video. Features like Boomerang and Hyperlapse have been adored and used across most of the videos in the media hosting app. Now, it’s the turn of a new theatrical tool. The latest addition is Superzoom, […]

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