Microsoft Surface Keyboard will Have an Immediate Successor with a Hidden USP

June 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has just announced a new keyboard in its lineup without any fuzz. Called the Modern Keyboard, this new keyboard will serve as the quick successor to the Surface Keyboard, but with a big upgrade; hidden fingerprint sensors. With fingerprint sensors becoming the standard in smartphones, Microsoft is opening up the option to traditional PC […]

Microsoft Pix Camera Adds New AI Filters Following the Prisma-Route

June 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever since Prisma introduced its neural networks powered image filters, there have been countless number of entrants into the field. Now, the roster is getting a big addition coming from the house of Microsoft. The new Pix Camera from Microsoft follows the same path set by Prisma and other AI apps, i.e. to add filters […]

Scientists Looking to Unlock Quantum Mechanics Tech to Offer Advanced Wireless Charging

June 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wireless charging is gearing up to become the new normal. Even the upcoming iPhone 8 is expected to ship out with the new standard of charging on board. Despite making the gadgets untied from wires, wireless charging hasn’t gone to the extent to which it can provide mobility. That’s because it still requires your devices […]

Facebook Unleashing Neural Network to Get Humans in Negotiations with Bots

June 15, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chatbots never make sense for at least some of us, but not when we know that they can negotiate better with humans in the future. Researchers at Facebook are now employing its chat bots with better cognitive skills so as to improve the reasoning skills of robot to make it on par with humans. The […]

Mozilla Ups the Game with RAM-Optimized Multi-Process in Firefox v54

June 15, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Mozilla’s unwillingness to sacrifice memory concerns has constantly put its Firefox browser behind the pole position secured by Google Chrome. This came despite the memory hogs present in Google Chrome. The apparent lack of interest of Mozilla to shift the gears towards multi-processing always hindered its advancement towards better handling of multi-tabs. But it now […]

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is Real, Geekbench Listing Ups Curiosity

June 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The period between the Samsung Galaxy S flagship launch and the Note flagship launch has been reserved for the Active edition of Galaxy S devices in the recent years. And it appears now that this year too, Samsung will be rolling out a rugged version of its beloved flagship. A recent listing on Geekbench has […]

Moto E Return Grabs Eyeballs with Large Battery

June 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was just around a month ago that Motorola launched its new Moto C device, the affordable budget device. With its entry, it was widely speculated that Motorola would do away with the Moto E series. However, that’s not the case, as Motorola has now brought back the E series with two new devices; the […]

Google May Stick with 2 Pixel Smartphones this Year; XL Variant to Undergo Big Revamp

June 13, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There have been many speculations about Google’s Pixel successor devices for this year. The recent one among those now claims that the Mountain View Company won’t be pushing for three pixel launches this year unlike reported before. Instead, it will stick with two Pixel devices like it was last year. However, that doesn’t mean that […]

Huawei Honor 9 Goes Official in China with Top-Notch Processor, Camera

June 13, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Among the plethora of devices Huawei has launched under its Honor branding, the Honor 8 device holds a special place. Not that it came with some stunning specs, but Honor 8 was that one flagship that finally stroked the chords propitiously for the Chinese manufacturers with the Western market, something which the company has been […]

Twitter to Have Yet Another Revamp for Android Version to Make Interface Simpler

June 12, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter has offered a more uniform suite of icons on its iOS and web versions. But come to Android and it looks a bit clustered with the more squared design of the interface. But that might soon change. After tweaking around with the search tab in its previous major update for Android, Twitter is once […]

Sony New E-Ink Watch Dumps Traditional Batteries for Rechargeable Ones

June 12, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony was one among the first to embrace smartwatch technology. But being kicked out of the race, it has subsequently switched to more experimental products of which the leading one was the FES e-ink wristwatch. Now, Sony is readying up a successor for the same. The latest version of the FES Watch from Sony doesn’t […]

WhatsApp Tipped to Introduce Recall Feature Soon on iOS

June 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WhatsApp has been long expected to feature a recall option to let users recall sent messages. Despite being tested in beta for over a year, we haven’t still yet witnessed any signs of the feature being brought to stable version. But latest report suggests that the feature is imminent on the iOS version. According to […]

Apple’s Bezelless Technology is Noticeably Different than those Offered by the Rest

June 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s revelation of the iOS 11 last week made it clear that the upcoming OS will come heavily optimized for bezelless displays. That quite asserts the fact that iOS 11 will be shipping first on the upcoming iPhone 8 smartphone that is all set to be Apple’s first edge-to-edge display device. There are already more […]

Windows 10 Latest Build Reveals the Biggies of Fall Creators Update

June 9, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 won’t be arriving small. Thanks to the latest service pack of build 16215 that we now know there’s much more in the next big update for Windows 10 than what was teased until now through the previous builds. The first and foremost addition of the new update is […]

Alphabet Sells Boston Dynamics to Softbank

June 9, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google parent Alphabet has given robotics freaks something to ponder over. Alphabet has sold its Boston Dynamics, its robotics company, to Softbank, a Japanese major. Though the sale would bring in a sigh of relief for Boston Dynamics, it remains to be seen what a company like Softbank would do with its giant robots. Though […]

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