Apple 4-inch Smartphone Not Exactly the ‘C-Version’ We Expect

January 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple will indeed have a 4-inch variant of its iPhone launched in a couple of months. But it’s not the iPhone 6C which we all expect. The device has now transformed into an enhanced edition all the way from being a mere cheap edition. Rumor says that the upcoming compact device from Apple won’t be […]

HTC Perfume to Debut Only After MWC 16

January 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wondering what HTC is baking for Mobile World Congress? Everyone’s making their minds work hard to guess what HTC is going to toss up when the annual mobile gala commences at Barcelona this February. But unfortunately, it appears that the Taiwanese manufacturer won’t be having a big outing like its South Korean counterparts, Samsung and […]

Apple Wants to Bring Out the Little Musician in You with its New App

January 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has just revealed what all it has got up its sleeve for the music-savvy ones out there. And that’s a new app. Music Memos, as it’s called, will arrive for both iPhone and iPads. Just like its name, Music Memos is the music version of your memos app, the space where you fill all […]

Soon, You Could Install Android Apps Directly from Google Search

January 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

App downloads will no more be exclusive to app stores or apk providers. Google will soon be bringing in an option to have apps installed in one of the easiest ways. Just have them tapped in Google, and you could take them to your smartphones directly from there. Once made public, users will be able […]

Leica X-U Camera is Rugged; Can Survive Dust, Weather and Water

January 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Water-resistance was never really the taste of Leica; but only until now. The German photographic company is now up with its latest rugged cam called the X-U. Coming in the traditional Leica outfit, the X-U packs a sublime build quality that keeps it void of threat from dust, weather, water and shocks. The design packs […]

Microsoft Readying Windows Phone Keyboard for iPhone

January 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft’s cross platform measures are marching on in the right direction. After a series of product launches for its OS counterparts that include the likes of Cortana and Office suite, they are now reportedly working on expanding the reach of its Windows Phone keyboard. Word Flow, Microsoft’s smartly knitted keyboard outing for Windows Phone OS, […]

ProacmOm New Gen Baby Feeding Bottle Adds New Meaning to Good Parenting

January 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Good parenting comes with a lot of challenges. For instance, feeding  your infant often demands you to be careful about how you go about doing it. For all those tech-oriented parents, here’s help! InvnSun Technologies has brought forth an innovative baby bottle christened proacmOm, and the product is a next generation baby bottle. The makers […]

Samsung’s Upcoming Fitness Tracker Shows Up

January 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung’s revised range of wearable device looks like it has had all those final polishing works done. The upcoming fitness tracking device from the South Korean manufacturer will soon be having its first outing, and that’s according to new leaked images of the device that has been doing rounds across the internet. Sporting a whitish […]

Here’s an App that Helps You in Not Giving Away Location Info

January 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Feeling wary of giving away your location info to all those third party apps in your smartphones? Chill out folks; there’s an app coming to your smartphones to help you out. Researchers from the US, led by Linke Guo of Binghamton University, have now joined forces and have developed an app that does exactly what […]

Microsoft Opens up More about its Hololens’ Specifics

January 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There’s a lot been buzzed about Microsoft’s augmented reality headset, the Hololens. Much has already been spelt about its field of view and its effort in easing online shopping for the future. But here’s the parent company coming out in the public, revealing those which has been less known to us until now. In a […]

Samsung Prepping Live Photos Parallel for Galaxy S7

January 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung is gearing up to mirror one of the most talked about features of last year from its rival, Apple. The South Korean manufacturer is reported to have the reply for Apple’s Live Photos shot up in its flagship Galaxy S7 smartphone. Rumored Vivid Photos, Samsung’s live picture will take almost all cues from its […]

Developers Finally Get to Play with Promo Codes in Play Store

January 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

App richness and diversity stand almost in the same level for Apple’s App Store and Google Play. But there have been some sections in which Apple perceivably outran the Google counterpart. One was with the promo code offering in it. Now, Google is giving up its harsh stance to match its Play Store with that […]

Fujifilm Reveals New Camera Line-up

January 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Japanese imaging company Fujifilm has now shifted gear to bring up a complete line-up of rebooted cameras that fit all range of photographers. Four new cameras have now been announced by Fujifilm, namely X-Pro 2, X-E2S, X70 and the XP90. All of these come as the successor to its previous models, except for the X70, […]

Categorizing Files in Google Drive Now Becomes Undemanding

January 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Drive, the cloud service from the Mountain View company, has got a patent dearth when weighed against players of the likes of Dropbox and OneDrive. Yet, it’s easily one of the most painless means to shoot your files up into the cloud. But that’s not the same once you have the files stuffed in; […]

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