Snapchat is Finally Adding the Ability to Mentions Users in Stories

March 14, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s now Snapchat’s turn to borrow back. Following the shameless copy of the Stories feature by Instagram and the subsequent upgrades, Snapchat has now decided to copy something from Instagram in return. The media sharing app is now said to be working on the mentions feature, which will let users tag other people in their […]

Twitter is Planning to Let Any User Have the Verified Badge

March 13, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter is planning to re-introduce the handout of the verified blue-badges to its users. And this time, it might not just be the big profile names that would be able to bear the badge. Instead, Twitter is thinking of giving all its users an access to the verified tag, provided they don’t get involved in […]

Android P Developer Preview Confirms Notch Support and Improved Aesthetics

March 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has rolled out the first developer preview of its latest mobile operating system, the Android P. Available for Pixel devices, Android P brings with it several design tweaks over its successor along with security and performance improvements. Listed below are a few of the highlights in the new OS. Design Overhaul Google was rumored […]

Google Adds VoiceMail-Like Video Message Service in Duo

March 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Duo certainly draws the line before the common video calling apps, despite boasting almost the same functionalities. That’s because calls in Google Duo might not always be planned. Google has itself designed the app keeping in mind these random and unplanned calls. That’s why they are now introducing a new feature to help users […]

Apple Might Eventually Wipe Out Notches from the iPhone in 2019

March 10, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

While the enter smartphone market is rushing to introduce notches in their devices, the ones who have ignited the trend seems to be thinking beyond it. Apple, who has embraced the bizarre notch trend with the iPhone X, is now said to be having plans for wiping out the notch from iPhone displays by 2019. […]

Samsung’s New QLED TVs can Blend into the Background Wall

March 10, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung flaunted its latest offering in the TV technology sector last year with the introduction of QLED TVs. The company has now revealed its second wave of QLED TV products with minimal focus on picture quality improvement, but more on artificial intelligence. This very attention has now made them come up with a new mode […]

Huawei P20 Leaks Showcases Triple-Lens Camera Powered by AI

March 9, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei’s P20 smartphone is anticipated for more than just one reason. But it’s the triple-lens camera system that outcasts the rest. As heard before, Huawei will be introducing the concept of triple-lens camera system in smartphones with the Pro version of its upcoming flagship Huawei P20. While there were many speculations regarding how the third […]

Google Testing Filters that Can Add Green Screen Effect to Your Mobile Videos

March 9, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Neural networks have already helped many to beautify their portrait snaps and other images with awesome beauty art filters. Now they are taking another bold leap by letting users add green screen background effects to videos captured using smartphone cameras. The latest development comes courtesy of Google, who has been testing around the new feature […]

LG G7 Render Appears Flaunting iPhone X-Styled Notch

March 8, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Earlier this year, LG had revealed plans to shake up its release strategy, thereby handing over a delay to the earlier speculated G7 flagship. The MWC saw the launch of the slightly revamped V30 flagship, leading many to believe that LG was planning to scrap the launch of G7. But it was also at MWC […]

Google marks Major Expansion for Lens with Non-Pixel Rollout

March 8, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google had revealed its expansion plans for Lens back during MWC, during when it was made clear that Lens would be stepping out of its Pixel boundaries. The first step for the same has now been laid, with Google deciding to roll out Lens for the non-Pixel devices. Lens was introduced as an ambitious project […]

Instagram Testing New Features for Direct Messaging on iOS

March 7, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook-owned Instagram is testing new features to improve the overall interface of the app on iOS. The image and video hosting app is said to be working on introducing a slew of features including starred chats, search filters and data download. Instagram has been long testing the starred chat feature that would let users mark […]

Google Search Finds Place in iMessage and Safari, Thanks to New App Update

March 7, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has announced a set of new features to its iOS app. Aimed at improving discoverability of information and easy sharing, Google has introduced three new features to the Google app for iPhone and iPad. The prime feature is the introduction of new extension to iMessage. The native messaging app on iOS will now support […]

Huawei P20 Series Price Leaks Ahead of Launch

March 6, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei, at this year’s Mobile World Congress, had announced its upcoming launch of P20 series on March 27 at an event in Paris. The European pricing of the handset series leaked online recently. According to info unearthed by Roland Quandt, the handset Huawei P20 will be priced EUR 679. Meanwhile, Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei […]

Xiaomi Lines Up US Foray; Will it be Able to Make it Big?

March 6, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Xiaomi, the renowned smartphone brand in the Indian and Chinese market, is all set to make its American foray. If plans work out as expected, the US entry would happen by the beginning of 2019. The US smart phone market is dominated by Apple and Samsung and so the effort will be quite challenging for […]

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