Microsoft Band 2 Gets Spruced Up with Holiday Season Upgrade

December 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Band 2 is a device that hasn’t yet risen to the prolific level that other wristbands have. But Microsoft wants to brighten up things for their armband this Christmas. As part of this, a new update has now arrived for the device that now adds an element of multimedia to the rather fitness-concerned Band 2 […]

Google Android N Teased; Split-Screen Support Confirmed

December 14, 2015, By Daniel Rapcencu

It’s been just two months since Android Marshmallow started showing up on devices. The latest smartphone OS from Google has still got way to cover, with its share among Android devices being just under 1%. But that’s not stopping Google from getting involved with the next iteration; the Android N. Addressing queries about the newly […]

GoPro Now Lets Remote Snapping and Shooting via Apple Watch

December 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

GoPro is adding a new device to the list of controllers that can handle the action cam remotely, which already includes iPhones and other remotes. The newbie is also an Apple device, and seems like the most convenient way of starting and ending a GoPro session; by just simple taps on the wrist. Yes, it’s […]

Chromecast Audio Devices Can Now Be Synced for Multi-Room Playback

December 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s audio-dedicated version of its Chromecast dongle is one of the cheapest out there with which you can transform your old school speakers into Wi-Fi streaming ones. And now, the cheap Wi-Fi playback solution has become even worthier with the addition of some cool new features. With the new feature getting rolled out, you can […]

Cortana Exits Beta for Android and iOS; Cyanogen Edition Coming Soon

December 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft’s effort to augment its personal assistant service to a multi-platform arena has finally thrived in full form. The tech giants have finally pulled out its Cortana services out of the beta for Android and iOS devices. Following its decision to roll out Cortana for other smartphone platforms apart from Windows, Microsoft debuted the public […]

Twitter Timeline Goes Media Driven Now with Uncropped Images

December 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter is taking up some lessons from its social media counterparts. As a part of getting friendlier with new users, the social media site is now adopting a few new tweaks that would present a fresh appearance for its timeline. The updates will have nothing to do with the layouts and visual interfaces, but will […]

Apple’s New Smart Battery Case is Not Too Exciting

December 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Never has an Apple device made its debut without dropping a slight hint beforehand. But on Wednesday, Apple left everyone perplexed with the launch of a charging case, which came absolutely out of the blue. Indeed, this was something expected by none, and Apple has taken the road they have never taken before to get […]

Xiaomi Mi5 to Sport Physical Home Button, Suggests New Leak

December 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Just a day after we had the render leaks of Samsung’s Galaxy S7, the geeky spies out there have hovered their telescopes over another flagship, and this time from that of Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi. An image of the upcoming Mi5 were let out by website GizmoChina, and it’s not just 3D renders, but what they claim […]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Render Images Spotted Online

December 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Come January, and we might listen to the official revelation from Samsung about its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S7. We already have a pile of sources that speak of various details about the upcoming flagship. But not all of them seem to be coming from legit channels. However, some do tend to be keeping close […]

Google Calendar Will Now Remind You of Your To-Do List

December 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s something exciting for all those who wanted the Calendar app from Google to be just more than a mere event-dedicated app. The tech behemoth has just announced that their Calendar services will now provide more than just creation and management of events. In effect, what you get is the much craved feature of managing […]

Pixel C Garners Impressive Benchmarks Ahead of Rumored Launch this Week

December 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

When Google unveiled its new Pixel C device alongside Nexus, we believed it to be what Android users have been anticipating heavily for; a powerful Android experience on a bigger screen. The specifications of the device supported  all those anticipations. Now, there’s yet another revelation that lifts expectations to further heights. Google’s apparent convertible-Chromebook was […]

Yahoo Messenger Finally Embraces Modern Messaging

December 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have been acquainted with Yahoo Messenger for so long. It was present even before the idea of a social networking hub struck Mark Zuckerberg. Maybe it’s this very acquaintance that has put them through the belief of keeping it unchanged, or in other words, un-updated. Even with the advent of smartphone-age messengers like WhatsApp, […]

BlueStacks Updates with New Multi-App Running Options and More

December 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BlueStacks started off as an Android emulator on PC through funding, back in 2011. Now, it has got many big names attached to its list of investors like Intel, Qualcomm and Samsung. Moreover, its success is reflected in the hefty account base it packs, which crossed the 100 million mark recently. And as a thanksgiving, […]

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