Vapor Kick Starts Next Phase of Commercially Digitizing Scent, with oCase

October 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We had earlier told you about the first ever scent-based messaging platform from Vapor Communications. Launching itself into the next phase of commercially digitize scent for consumers, Vapor has brought to the fore its new oCase, a new technology that enables consumers to receive scent signals from a specially designed protective case for a tablet device or smart […]

Adobe Overhauls Cloud Functionality with Dropbox Integration

October 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe, in recent times, had been in the news for its continuous evolution with cloud-based services. After having offered rich cloud based support for its portable editing platforms, Adobe is now bringing the same to its PDF services. It comes with help from Dropbox, one of the most cherished cloud platforms among the user base. […]

Google Expands App Indexing on iOS with Safari Integration

October 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Having app contents on your search result window is no more confined to Google Chrome. Making use of the iOS 9 standards, Google has now announced that app contents can also be displayed by using Google Search on your Safari browsers. With new improved integration, Google search can now trigger the app indexing on Safari, […]

L16 Camera Can Take on DSLRs

October 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A few years back, point-and-shoot cameras used to be at a crazy high peak of popularity. But with the stepping-in of smartphone cameras, the choice was widely split between smartphones for casual photography, and DSLRs for professional ones. The gap  between the two is well defined by the difference in quality, and the pricing . […]

One Plus Latest Smartphone Offering Surfaces on FCC Listing

October 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A month ago, we heard rumours of a new One Plus device catching the headlines. Nothing was revealed back then, except that the device will be arriving this December. But thanks to the Federal Communications Commission listing, we now have our first glimpse of the device, along with a few specs. The one now being […]

Twitter Moments to Keep You in Tune with News Events

October 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter is not the social media network that has got high marks when compared with the rival behemoths. Identifying this, they have been evolving over time to keep their current users ticking all the time, and to lure new ones into the short-message world of tweets. The latest feature from the Twitter developers arrives with […]

Philips Hue Bridge Variant Unveiled with Siri Support

October 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Finally, Philips is having its integration with Apple. The Hue range of smart bulb devices from Philips will now offer full support for Apple Siri, provided that you are ready to replace your existing Bridge with the new one. Philips have now unveiled a new version 2.0 Bridge that’s capable of taking the full control […]

App Slicing Gears Up for Second Run on iOS Devices

October 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a brief introductory appearance that went wayward, App Slicing from iOS is now psyching up for its second introduction, with developers receiving the new App Thinning feature along with the iOS 9.0.2 update. Apple has now given the final word on its App Slicing feature saying that the service has been reintroduced for the […]

Ad Blocker on iOS Doubles Browsing Speed

October 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Of the few perks that came descending on the iOS devices with the iOS 9 update, Ad Blocker was in a true sense the most anticipated. Having arriving for the Apple devices for the first time, the services were to cripple down the ad views on browsers like Safari. But it’s not just here to […]

Microsoft Unveils its First Essential Laptop – Surface Book

October 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The big Microsoft event has just taken place. And just like we expected, we now have a big bundle of new devices, which can also be viewed as the most advanced ones in their segment. The one that validates this statement the most is the new, unexpected entry –  the Surface Book. Believe us, it’s […]

Skype for iOS Adds Split-Screen Multitasking and Quick Reply Features

October 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s another app that has decided to thrive on the recent iOS 9 features. After having updated its services for Android, Mac and PCs, Skype is now reaching out for the iOS users. With the new 6.3 update, Skype is joining the growing list of apps that exploits the split-screen feature in iOS 9. With […]

TiVo Bolt DVR Lets You Skip Commercial Breaks

October 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Video recorders are those devices you barely expect to get updated, at least when compared with the pace of evolution of TVs and set top boxes. But DVR provider TiVo is absolutely nailing it too. They have now announced a new digital video recording device called the Bolt. As it sounds, it does give a […]

Samsung Galaxy S7 to Reunite Flagship Series with Qualcomm

October 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The in-house Exynos chipset was something that rocked the smartphone capabilities in Samsung Flagship smartphone, Galaxy S6. With combined octa-core powers, Exynos 7420 was rated the fastest smartphone chipset on this planet by both geeks and the benchmarks. With that said, we definitely expected that Samsung would stick with the same chipset technology for its […]

 Tweetbot 4 for iOS Brings Some Anticipated Updates for iPads

October 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever since iOS 7 made the touchdown, it was like iPad devices were left far behind by Tweetbot, the third party service provider of Twitter. Lack of updates, extremely unmatched design interface – the reasons were many for the iPad users to revert to the first party app services from Twitter. But Tweetbot is finally […]

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