Facebook Introduces Surround 360, the 3D VR Camera

April 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook did have a surprise package for the F8 conference. While it was believed that their VR involvement would be in the form of video overhauls in the social media, the company took the audience by a surprise by launching a hardware device alongside; the new hardware companion for Oculus Rift. They launched the new […]

Android Hands Free Control Now Enters Beta

April 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Access, the app that made a stupendous debut during last year’s I/O conference, is finally psyching up to enter the smartphone arena. The company has now announced the Beta version of Google Access has gone live for all. Although being open for all, Google says the new app is being developed by keeping in […]

Periscope to Soon Let You Sketch Doodles on Streaming Videos

April 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s entry into live stream has witnessed the adoption of many features from Twitter’s Periscope services. And now, it seems that Periscope is turning its sight into Snapchat to get its live stream video service overhauled. Currently, the Twitter-owned platform is testing a new feature for its beta users which would let broadcasters sketch doodles […]

Chatbots and Instant Article under Limelight at Facebook F8

April 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

F8, the annual developer conference of Facebook will be getting underway in a while at Fort Mason Centre in San Francisco. There has been no official word on what is going to get unveiled during the conference that will be taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday. However, few features have now emerged which appear very […]

iOS 9.3.1 Has Got a Handy Bug Hidden Inside

April 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The reason behind the sudden flushing out of iOS 9.3.1 was that the previous 9.3 version was so bug-laden. Users who get their iOS updated did find it to be useful in suppressing many bugs, but there were still many present, along with some new ones. Interestingly, one among those bugs is now appearing to […]

Reddit App Instantly Tops the Chart Following Official Launch

April 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was a long wait for smartphone users to get their hands on the official Reddit app. The wait came to an end recently, after Reddit finally rolled out the official app following months of beta. And it now appears that the app has become an instant favorite at the app stores. According to data […]

Microsoft’s Hub Keyboard now Live on iOS too

April 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft introduced a powerful keyboard for the Office 365-savvy ones a couple of months ago in Android. It wasn’t made clear whether it will get expanded to iOS devices at that point of time. But here we are now, with Microsoft launching its Hub Keyboard for the iOS users. Similar to the Android version, the […]

Outlook Adds Third-Party Calendar Integration for Smartphones

April 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A new service introduced by Microsoft will now make the Outlook app for smartphones even more enjoyable. From now on, Outlook users will be able to integrate calendar events from new third-party apps. This will include the syncing of reminders and events from Wunderlist, Evernote and Facebook. All these now come in addition to the […]

Facebook Introducing New Ways to Add Friends on Messenger

April 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s Messenger platform stands as the world’s second most used messenger platform, only behind its sister app WhatsApp. Several milestones have been planted along its path, but the company is eager to expand that, for which they are bringing some new overhauls to the app. The first one that has arrived is a new feature […]

Huawei P9 Finally Gets Launched Along with a Bigger, Plus Version

April 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei has finally unwrapped the P9 smartphone that has been much been anticipated after having been part of the rumor mills for a while. At an event that took place in London, the Chinese firm also launched the bigger brother of the device, called the Huawei P9 Plus alongside. Except for a few features, Huawei […]

Apple Finally Will Let You Hide Unwanted Apps

April 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple stock apps do not fall under the ‘frequently used’ category. They remain ones that make the iOS Springboard appear clumsier. Until now, the only possible option was to group them under a folder so that they don’t remain scattered. But users can now stay relieved knowing that the company is planning to bring an […]

Vivaldi Browser from Opera Co-Founder Finally Goes Public

April 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Opera Co-Founder and former CEO Jon von Tetzchner is finally up with the public launch of the much talked about Vivaldi browser. Vivaldi v1.0 is now up and running to be used by all, after having been under development for a prolonged period. Vivaldi is one browser that has taken the U-turn from the current […]

WhatsApp Conversations Now Totally End-to-End Encrypted

April 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook, the parent firm of WhatsApp, was among the few tech firms that stood by Apple when the latter’s battle with FBI got gripping. And now, the company has decided to step up the game through WhatsApp, one of the world’s most used chat platform. Back in November 2014, WhatsApp has revealed that it will […]

Facebook Deploys AI to Help Easy Use of Social Media by Visually Impaired

April 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook is bridging the gap between the social networking world and visually impaired people. The company is currently relying on artificial intelligence to usher in a technology that would improve the use of Facebook by the visually challenged people. The feature developed by Facebook, called automatic alternative text, has already started its run, and has […]

BlackBerry Marshmallow Beta for Priv Launches Amid Struggling Sales

April 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BlackBerry has announced that its first Android output, the BlackBerry Priv, will soon have the latest update of the operation system it runs – Android Marshmallow. Users of the BlackBerry Priv can now have access to the public beta of the Android Marshmallow OS in their devices, which currently runs the older Android Lollipop version […]

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