Skype Getting Set to Work with Microsoft Edge’s Plug-In Free Ecosystem

September 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

One of the biggest pluses in Microsoft Edge is its new Object RTC, which lets developers infuse their video calling apps into the browser without the requirement of any external plug-ins. We were expecting a whole bunch of web-chat services to jump up and embrace the feature once the ORTC make its debut. And, as […]

Microsoft Band 2 Might Don a Curved Display, Suggests Leak

September 25, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft will have the new Windows 10 revelations in a fortnight’s time, during their big event scheduled on October 6. We have got new Surface Pro tablets and Lumia devices lined up. Also, likely to join the list of these Windows 10 devices is the version 2.0 of Microsoft Band. The latter device has now […]

Google Lines Up Chromecast Audio alongside its 2nd Gen Chromecast Device

September 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As Google is heading for its event on September 29, geeky minds around have already got a hot list of the device prospects that are to make the debut. Having its status near to confirmation is the new Chromecast device, with which Google will also be introducing a new audio dedicated device, called Chromecast Audio. […]

Android Fans Not Quite Fond of Apple’s New App in Google Play

September 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google products are not a scarcity in Apple devices, but that is one thing where the vice versa never got applied. However, recently, with the launch of iOS 9, Apple launched their very first app for Android users. And it seems, the Android fanboys don’t quite show a penchant for the new app. With a […]

Microsoft to Wind Up Zune Music Services this November

September 23, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft will officially be pulling the wires off its music stream services, Zune, this November. Users may not be able to add new contents or access the stream services after November 15. Zune users will still be able to access pre-downloaded contents, although with the addition of new contents getting restrained after November. DRM purchases […]

Amazon New Range of Fire TV Device with 4K support Lined Up

September 23, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple had made headlines with their revamped Apple TV a few days ago. And now, the space for the TV stream box has shifted towards Amazon. Revealing their new range of Fire TV set top box, Amazon is heating up the market of TV boxes with a commanding presence compared with Apple. The most boldly underlined […]

DJI Reveals First Ever Micro 4/3 Aerial Camera for Inspire Drone

September 22, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

At the InterDrone event held at Las Vegas, Chinese technologists DJI made a cool new announcement. Posing a threat to all the tech firms showing keenness to make a name in the commercial drone industry, DJI has announced two new interchangeable lens cameras under the series dubbed Zenmuse X5, and will aid the photographic sessions […]

Qualcomm Makes Aerial Market Foray with Snapdragon Flight

September 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After having put us on a wait for the debut of Snapdragon 820 chipset all this summer, we are now having a plot-twist with a surprise launch. And it seems like the chipset makers have finally decided to foray into the aerial drone business. A new announcement was made by Qualcomm, which now brings forward […]

Windows 10 Device Line-Up Might Debut Next Month

September 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is gearing up for an event in New York next month. Scheduled for October 6th, the new event is expected to showcase the range of new Windows 10 devices that would arrive this year, which would also include the long rumoured Surface Pro 4 tablets. The event was revealed by Microsoft in form of […]

Cyanogen Wants to Go Deep with Cortana Integration

September 19, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Thanks to Microsoft’s cross-platform visionaries, we now have Cortana, the digital voice assistant, in Android. But it isn’t here without any pitfalls. You will not be able to have Cortana replace your Google Now, as Microsoft is still missing the deep integration with Android devices. But Cyanogen OS, the unofficial sibling of Android, wants to […]

Facebook Preps Something Akin to a Dislike Button

September 19, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

One question that has been asked the most to Mark Zuckerberg would be about the introduction of a dislike button in Facebook. Even after having years of suggestions regarding a dislike button, and having a pile of rumors blasted throughout, Facebook has kept mum over the idea of introducing a dislike button – until now. […]

Twitch Android Update Brings Live Alerts and Tablet Upgrades

September 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android users have always felt a dearth in the live-streaming app Twitch when weighed against its iOS counterpart, and the issue was with the push notifications. It sounded ridiculous, unless you had your eyes glued to the app all the time. What’s the point of having a live-stream app when it can’t inform us when […]

TowGo Technology Rejigs Your Expertise with Trailer Tows

September 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not all of us have the skills and patience of professional truck haulers. And that’s why some brains from the world of technology have thought of giving a leg-up to such drivers who find a pain in trailer back-ups. Briks Group, based around Portsmouth, has come-up with a new technology, called TowGo, that’s to ease […]

Google Wallet Now Comes in a New Firm Avatar

September 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There’s a brand new app for Google Wallet now on Google Play. But wait, wasn’t there an app for the money-payment services from Google already? Yes. But as Google had the renovation done for its logo under the Alphabet mission, there are also a few apps that have undergone similar changes. The new Google Wallet […]

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