Install Moments or Have Your Synced Photos Deleted, Warns Facebook

June 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s policies to get users lured into their new app sometimes look too harsh. We do remember how they wanted more people to switch to Messenger in order to continue with conversations inside Facebook in smartphones. Now, they are adopting a similar move to promote their private photo sharing app, called Moments. People, who have […]

iOS 10: Five Major Features in Apple’s Mobile OS

June 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s WWDC conference has outed the latest version of their smartphone operating system, iOS 10. The latest version is billed as the biggest ever iOS release, and Apple seems to have done a fair job to make iOS live up to its reputation. A host of new features has been added to the new OS, […]

Galaxy Note Leak Hints a Naming Pattern Shift; Edge Display Confirmed

June 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It finally falls that Samsung wants to avoid the confusion prevailing over its flagship smartphones. The Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series finally appears to be bearing same series for the first time since its advent this year. The possibility of this has emerged after Samsung’s next Note device teaser got leaked. Depicting a silhouette […]

Cyanogen 13.1 Update Blends Microsoft Further onto Android

June 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After having rooted Microsoft services onto its custom Android ROM, Cyanogen is upping the game by letting it go deeper. The custom ROM’s new version 13.1 update now officially lets users to play with Cyanogen Mods that was announced earlier this year. Version 13.1 of Cyanogen is the first to be arriving with MOD Ready […]

Apple’s New WatchOS is Stunningly Fast, and Wise

June 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Kevin Lynch, the head of Apple’s watchOS department, has been busy at Apple WWDC briefing the new improvements in watchOS 3 for Apple’s beloved smartwatch. Interestingly, there seems to be many useful improvements loaded in the third iteration of the smartwatch operating system, most of which can finally resolve the long-unaddressed user grievances. Apple has […]

Samsung Beta Tests New TouchWiz UI; Gets Rid of App Drawer

June 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s TouchWiz UI could be undergoing a major overhaul soon. A new ‘Galaxy Beta Program’ has now got kick-started for the users of China and South Korea, and it’s now testing a new user interface, called the ‘New Note UX’. One of the biggest surprises of the new UI is that, similar to some of […]

Facebook Now Lets You Post Videos as Comments

June 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

User engagement has been a top priority for Facebook over these years. They have been hovering through multiple overhauls for luring its users to be engaged in posts through likes and comments. It kick-started with the introduction of photo comments, which was followed by the addition of ‘Reactions’ to the like segment. Now there’s one […]

Intel Inside in iPhone 7; Could Replace Qualcomm Chips

June 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Just when it’s mobile department was about to get labelled as a flawed attempt, Intel has received a much-needed boost they were for longing for. And, this could be the biggest ever win too for their mobile chipset department. In a move to expand its hardware diversity, tech giant Apple has decided to incorporate Intel […]

Chrome Update for Android Officially Ditches Merger Tabs

June 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was during the Android Lollipop launch that Google announced a new feature called merger tabs for Chrome browser. Unfortunate for Google, it later went on to become one of the most annoying features in the OS, displaying each open tabs in your browser as distinct apps in the recent apps tray. But Google’s latest […]

Project Tango-Powered Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Arriving this Sept for $500

June 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After exerting for years with Project Tango, Google is finally coming close to bring a fruitful result to consumers. The company has revealed that Lenovo’s Phab 2 Pro, the first ever consumer smartphone to be powered by Google’s augmented reality project, will finally be available for customers from this September. Earlier, leaks had revealed that […]

Picking the Best Extensions for Your Edge Browser

June 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has finally cracked the puzzle of extension support through the Edge browser, and they will have its fully-fledged roll out during the last week of July. Windows 10 Insiders, running Insider Preview Build 14291 or higher, have already got a taste of the available extensions. There are only a handful of extensions available right […]

Custom-Built Cases that Transform an iPhone into an Android Device

June 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever thought an Android-running iPhone would remain a dream? The thoughts were not the same for developer Nick Lee, and as a result, we are now having an iPhone device that is actually powered by Android OS. Nick Lee, who has already been in the limelight for loading various OS into Apple devices, required some […]

Samsung Galaxy S7 is Rugged; Adds Shatterproof Glass

June 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung hasn’t drifted from its usual flagship release pattern; March gets reserved for the Galaxy S outing, and then arrives June with the rugged version of the flagship. The South Korean tech vendor has just launched the rugged version of its Galaxy S7 smartphone, and it’s called Galaxy S7 Active like it has been with […]

Project Tango Debut Will be in a 6.4-inch Lenovo Phablet

June 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lenovo and Google weren’t just staying idle after the big announcement at CES 2016, which paved the way for Project Tango Debut in a smartphone; they are indeed working big. Nearly six months past the announcement, we finally have a closer look on the debut device of Google’s Augmented Reality project. According to a tweet […]

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