Samsung Galaxy S8 Flagship Might Not Peck $1000, Reveals Latest Leak

March 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will be getting unveiled within ten days, and we already have had sneak peeks of the major features packed in the device through leaks. But there have been a few areas that have been untouched until now. But those are now coming under the light as well. It’s the […]

Android O will Improve Multi-Tasking with Picture-in-Picture Mode

March 21, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It appears like Google will be reverting to its former timeframe for Android O, the upcoming smartphone OS from Google. Unlike previous year, Google has not showed up any early developer preview of Android 8.0, and the only official tease is of the ‘Oreo’ naming, which to is far from confirmation. That said, Google will […]

Google Assistant Won’t Embrace Tablets Despite Wider Rollout

March 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Assistant has started its journey on non-Pixel devices. We are sure many of the Android users are checking for its arrival by doing a tap-and-hold with their home buttons. Google has revealed that its personal assistant will arrive on devices running Nougat as well as Marshmallow. However, that doesn’t entirely reveal the picture. According […]

Google’s New Algorithm can Compress JPEG without Compromising on Quality

March 20, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

JPEG compression is a thing of high priority in the modern day web world. But despite the availability of multiple tools, JPEG compression have always created headache due to its ubiquity. One wouldn’t definitely want to have pixelated images loaded, and neither would they want to wait too much for an image to get loaded […]

Alexa Finally Shows up on iPhone through Amazon App

March 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon is making one of the boldest moves till date in terms of expanding its much beloved Alexa voice assistant. After a host of third party support additions, the voice assistant will now make its official debut on iPhones through the main app of Amazon. Amazon has officially rolled out the support of Alexa inside […]

Google to Usher in 3 New Devices This Year

March 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Pixel was touted as the best Android Phone last year, and it will sure carry that label until the flagships from LG or Samsung show up. Despite having production hiccups, Google has managed to earn the love of its devoted Android fans with Pixel and Pixel XL, and the Mountain View Company is now […]

This iPhone Case will Make your Device an Android Hybrid

March 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

When you can’t have an Android in an iPhone, make it an Android on an iPhone. That’s what appears to be the motto behind this crazy new iPhone casing up for crowd-funding called Esti Eye. Clearly, this one is the weirdest and intriguing iPhone casing you would ever come by. That’s because Esti Eye isn’t […]

Google’s New App Will Let You Control All Android Activities of Your Kids

March 17, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is launching a new app exclusively for Android devices. Called Family Link, this new application provides a two-party system for setting up and controlling your kids’ first Google account. Unlike the current parental controlling offered by Google, Family Link is separate and works like a third-party system for controlling your kids’ activities on an […]

WhatsApp Older Text Statuses will Return Soon

March 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WhatsApp last month ditched its older status feature by replacing it with a new Status feature which was more of a Snapchat clone. But it appears like users weren’t that pleased after finding the absence of the text status feature. Following wide backlash, the company has now revealed that the older status service will be […]

Google Chrome Starts Throttling Background Tabs to Curb Battery Drain

March 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has commenced its long-term initiative for bringing down the battery drainage in Chrome browsers caused by background tabs. A new update is now being rolled out that kick starts the effort by limiting the activity of background tabs. The initial step involves throttling the background activities by limiting the timer fire rate for those […]

Uptime is Google’s Experimental App to Socialize YouTube Videos

March 15, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s no big secret that Google has been working on adding social elements to its YouTube videos. They have recently introduced an in-app sharing feature inside YouTube, but that was only the beginning it seems. The company is now rolling out a new iOS-exclusive app called Uptime which is its effort to socialize video viewing. […]

Xiaomi Focusing on Camera Refinements for Upcoming Mi 6 Flagship

March 15, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Xiaomi has followed the trend set by Samsung by pushing its flagship launch beyond March, the usual period of flagship launch from the MI family. The Mi 6 smartphone is now said to be revealed in the coming month. But reports are now offering every facet of what to expect in the upcoming flagship. According […]

Here’s How to Track Your Misplaced Smartphone with Alexa

March 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Those in love with Alexa will argue that there’s nothing that Alexa can’t do right now. That might sound too exaggerated, but it’s fair to say that Alexa is capable of handling much more than what we think. In fact, those owning an Echo is standing at that point in which they wan’t Alexa for […]

Google Smart-Jacket Arriving This Fall; Keep Your $350 Ready

March 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s fair to say that wearable technology hasn’t lived up to expectations; blame it on its clunky design, inconvenient form factor, or lack of utility. But thanks to those reasons that each time a new wearable shows up, we hold high hopes of receiving something innovative. Google’s Project Jacquard-backed jacket was one such innovative concept […]

Firefox is Bidding Goodbye to Windows XP and Vista with Its Latest Incarnation

March 13, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s been a while since Microsoft has officially pulled out the support for its long-beloved XP platform. Yet, there are still a few developers who continue to provide support for their services in the platform, and Mozilla’s Firefox web browser was one among those. However, that would soon change. The company has just started rolling […]

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