Graava Action Cam Trims Videos Automatically to Suit Your Taste

August 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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We have often bumped into occasions where we feel the necessity of an automatic selection of lengthy videos. This necessity is high in the case of action cams, where the real action might take place sporadically in your hour-long videos. It is in such cases where this new action cam named Graava could come in […]

Siri to Welcome 2016 with Feature for Handling Voicemails

August 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Often, the service of voicemail is regarded a nuisance due to the hectic process involved to fetch the audio note left by the caller. But still there are many, especially from the class of veteran mobile users, who prefer the telecom way of handling a missed call. Now, Apple’s personal assistant is eyeing to poise […]

One Plus to Launch Next Device this December

August 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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What’s the key to a flagship success? At least some would believe that it lies in the timely launch, even if packing spellbinding features in it. One Plus is a company that has adhered to this principle well with the recent launch of One Plus Two, and they are gearing up to repeat it with […]

Dr Now Online Medical Consultation Catching Up

August 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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App vendors are easing almost all our every-day activities by turning them to a button-push activity, and they are not sparing the field of medical consultations either. The latest to join the spree is Dr Now, an online consultation app developed by a Liverpool-based startup. The benefit of the app is not just in sharing […]

Nokia OZO Could be the World’s First Commercially Available VR Cam

August 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Even in the midst of a smartphone recession, Nokia is gearing up with OZO, a compact globular device aimed to enrich the scopes of VR. The new device is a VR-centric camera, specifically designed to capture day-to-day surroundings and activities, which can be later transformed into VR imageries suitable for gaming and similar applications. With […]

Tips to Make Sure Your Android Runs Safe and Secure

August 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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By now, you might have heard of the recent Stagefright vulnerability that’s letting hackers to peep in to your Android devices using multimedia messages. Thankfully, Google is addressing the issue and is rolling out patches to ensure any such mishap. But, you would have to wait a bit, as Google’s fixes won’t be arriving in your […]

Microsoft Arrow Launcher App is an Interesting Addition

August 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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A new app is in the offing for Android users from Microsoft, and it might just be edging off the hunger of those in look-out for a new launcher. It’s the launcher app named Arrow we are speaking about and it is currently undergoing its beta phase. You could guess by now, why there isn’t […]

Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Launch Near

August 7, 2015, By Daniel Rapcencu
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We are inching closer to the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event scheduled at New York on the coming 13th, and rumors on the launches are piling up. On the cards are newbie devices from the Note and Galaxy S series, and even a possible announcement of the round Gear smartwatch. The recent one to pop-up was […]

ShotTracker Basketball Coaching Wearable Goes Official

August 6, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Here’s a gadget that wants to embrace your wrists, and thank god it’s not dedicated to just fitness purposes. We have a plethora of fitness-centric wearable out there in the market and that’s what draws our attention towards this new basketball coaching wearable. In fact, it has even managed to grab the eyes of National […]

Fasetto Shares Files at Meteoric Speeds, Sans Internet

August 6, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Step back a few years, and it used to be when an app that was untied from the internet world was considered primitive. But time has evolved, and so has the present-day app technologies. Newbie apps are slowly wiping out the requirement of a working data connection, and that’s by switching on to the more advanced […]

Sony Pairs Up with ZMP to Offer Business-Centric Drones

August 5, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Japanese electronics giants Sony is banding together with local players ZMP, a collaboration that eyes a future in the field of drones. The new venture is called Aerosense, and will hop on to the production base of autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles for an enterprise-centered approach. That means, Sony’s future drones might not be pecking your doors […]

Yahoo Audio-less Video Chat App Linetext Looks Promising

August 5, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There’s a new chat app on the Net space from Yahoo, and it’s called Linetext. But how does it differ from the rest? The newbie from Yahoo is a video-chat app, and the difference here is that there won’t be any voice that accompanies your videos. Yahoo announces the new app to be an audio-free […]

Samsung Gear with Rotating Bezel Coming in a While

August 4, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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It took it’s time, but the smartwatch industry is slowly picking up that people are willing to accept a change in the form factor of watches. Even with bundles of technologies being packed inside, users still prefer the round form factor. Motorola and LG have already realized this very own fact, and now joining the […]

Revamped Apple TV to Debut this September with Faster A8 Processor

August 4, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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The process of cord-cutting is on peak in America, as most of the viewers are now making their switch from the former pay TV subscriptions to digital media hardware. And it must be this very fact that’s urging tech giant Apple to usher their Apple TV devices. If rumors turn true, we will be witnessing […]

Firechat Doesn’t Rely on Network Signals; Chat Hassle-free

August 3, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran
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Let’s assume you are in conversation with friends on your IM apps. One of the last things you would want to happen would be to have your networks crippled down or to have your data disconnected, leaving you no choice other than to wait for the signals come back. Switch to this app called Firechat […]

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