Google Neural Network will Now Help You Complete Your Doodle Drawings

June 29, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There aren’t much keyboards present today that doesn’t brag about autofill or smart prediction features. Picking up words and realizing them isn’t no more a hectic task for the AI behind the scenes. What if the same applies to your drawing? Just start drawing a doodle and let the AI take the rest from you? […]

Sony Resurrecting Facial Recognition with 3D Mapping for Advanced Authentication

June 29, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone vendors are fortifying the layers of security in their devices. What started off with PINs and patterns have now come up to offering iris scan security. And it’s not stopping there either. Sony is the one who is currently on a mission to bring out a new means of authentication, and for that cause, […]

Facebook to Soon Have a Dedicated Platform for Live Videos

June 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook is heavily betting on video and it’s no secret. From heavily video-oriented updates within the app to off-the-app services, Facebook has shown keen interest in taking the future social media to a video-oriented platform. Yet, they still doesn’t appear on the list of the pioneers of video broadcasting, thanks to the likes of YouTube. […]

HTC Squeezable Edges Can Now Control More Actions than Before

June 27, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

HTC took us by surprise when it launched its U11 smartphone with the squeezable edges. However, the limited functionality of the feature led the users to curse it the same way Galaxy S8 users would have done with Bixby. But we have some good news, as HTC is quickly reacting to those worries by bringing […]

Instagram Narrowing the Reach of Your Shared Posts to keep you More Engaged

June 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s quite sensible to assume that not all snaps taken in your devices make way into Instagram, be it even an ardent user of the photo-hosting app. There are plenty a reason behind this, and one most prominent one is the circle with which one want to share their photos. Not every photos are meant […]

Snapchat Adds Snap Map to Share Real-Time Locations with Friends

June 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat will soon foray in to a domain which it’s not quite familiar with –  location sharing. The app will soon be letting its users share their real-time location with their friends and families with the introduction of a new feature which the company calls Snap Map. Snap Map is similar to the sharing feature […]

Amazon Echo Show can Now Stream Live Feed from Your Smart Home Cameras

June 23, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The success of Amazon’s Echo speaker can be attributed to its inclusion of the support for the ever-expanding skills. This was what we believed would make its Echo Show device a hit when it was launched with all its view and show skills last month. And it has now got cracking on it seems. Amazon […]

Google Reveals Point and Shoot VR Cameras to Make VR Video Capturing Just Child’s Play

June 23, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has ceaselessly led its efforts to create affordable VR platforms that are much easier for the mass. It started off with the Cardboard initiative that let open the gates of VR viewing to anyone with a smartphone, and now it has come to the point where it’s encouraging everyone to get into VR video […]

Lenovo Concept Laptop is More like a Bigger Sized Foldable Tablet

June 22, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lenovo has just unveiled a concept laptop at an event held in New York, marrying much of the soon-to-be technologies from the modern day world. The laptop, which may or might not be worked upon by the company, reveals a foldable display alongside ditching the traditional mode of input sans touching the physical keyboard. Lenovo’s […]

Instagram Celebrates Milestone Success of Stories with New Replay Feature

June 22, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Photo-hosting social app Instagram has just added a new feature to its much celebrated Stories feature. With the new addition, users will now be able to upload live videos and let them be playable through replays in their Stories for up to 24 hours. The feature will help expand the reach of live videos as […]

Mozilla Opens up Private Browsing on Android with Firefox Focus

June 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Private and Incognito surfing session has become so prominent in current-age internet world that browsers have churned out dedicated versions for the same in multiple platforms. One such output was Firefox Focus for iOS from Mozilla, which was launched with ad-tracking and incognito features. Feeling its success on iOS, Mozilla is now expanding the platform […]

Forget Design Authenticity, OnePlus 5 is Here to Underscore Performance over Aesthetics

June 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

OnePlus has finally launched the hugely anticipated flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 5. It came after a series of revelation of the new looks of the device that was teased online by the company. It was all but confirmed that the biggest jump would be with the camera specification, for which the OnePlus 5 has embraced […]

Surface Users can Now Enjoy Better Battery Life by Doing a Downgrade to Windows 10 S

June 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is letting its Surface Laptop buyers to make a worthy switchback. The company has announced that Surface Laptop owners who have upgraded to the Windows 10 Pro version will now be able to revert their devices to the initial OS, i.e. the Windows 10 S edition. Surface Laptop was launched with Windows 10 S […]

Startup Firm Varjo all set to Hop Past the Biggest Hurdle in VR Headsets

June 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Virtual Reality is still to leap through many hurdles, of which the prime one is better resolution displays. Despite giants like Samsung, Google and Facebook spending fair time in developing new VR technologies, VR headsets are still to crack the resolution issue. And it now appears that the game will be changed by rather a […]

Secondary E-Ink Display Retains Presence on YotaPhone 2 Successor

June 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

When Russian company Yota Devices launched their YotaPhone 2 smartphone, it made headlines not for some expected reasons from a smartphone. It didn’t grab eyeballs for its mid-range spec improvements or design tweaks, but instead, Yota came under the limelight with the bizarre inclusion of an e-ink display that served as secondary display at the […]

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