Tech World Anticipates a History Maker in Google Pixel

October 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is yet again the talk of the day, thanks to its newly launched Pixel devices and a host of other hardware devices that were presented at the October 4 event. Obviously, the center stage has been taken by the Pixel device, which is touted as the ‘smartphone made by Google’. Pixel made headlines days […]

Facebook Goes Deeper into E-Commerce with Marketplace Launch

October 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Around 450 million people already get things purchased using the buy and sell groups within Facebook. Or, says the company. Now, the company is trying to take a step further by introducing a completely dedicated service for vamping up e-commerce, called Marketplace. With the new launch, Facebook is shaping up a platform inside the social […]

Twitch Unlocks Video Uploading Feature with Open Beta

October 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Live streaming has got its own demerits; you don’t get to edit videos before the world sees them. But Twitch wants to open up this possibility for you. The company is now drifting off from its stream-alone nature to be a video hosting site with the introduction of its new video upload services. With this, […]

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 to Come with Dual-Camera Setup

October 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Xiaomi has only recently unveiled its MI 5s and Mi 5s Plus devices, both of which packed the recent hardware upgrades on top of what was offered in the Mi 5 flagship. Now, it appears that the company is planning to expand its new premium upgrades to new launches. The Mi Note 2, which has […]

BeagleBone Black Gets Wi-Fi, Yet Fails to Catch the Leaders

October 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Computing sticks are available aplenty in markets today. Yet, it’s always the name of Raspberry that echoes among the most when it comes to a handy computing stick. BeagleBone emerged as one stiff competitor with its BeagleBone Black stick, and now the company is further upping the ante with a slight update for its computing […]

Google Opens Ride-Sharing Platform to Everyone in San Francisco

October 3, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With no big buzz, Google has taken its lucrative ride-sharing platform out of closed pilot mode to an expanded pilot mode. The commuter service is now available for all the users across San Francisco through its dedicated app called Waze Rider. Apart from that, users can also avail the services through the parent Waze app. […]

Apple Looking to Build on Its iPhone 7 Goodies

October 3, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s glossy jet black variant accounted to almost 35% of the iPhone sales, despite the option being limited to its premium 128GB and 256GB models. Now, the company is trying to build further with this strategy as it gears up for what is expected as the heavily revamped iPhone device next year. According to analyst […]

Spotify Resumes Lyrics Feature along with its Japan Launch

September 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It has been on the rumor watch for a while; Spotify getting launched in Japan, one of the world’s wealthiest markets for music. But now, rumors have been put to rest by Spotify as the company is on the headlines today for making its entry into the Japanese markets. But along with that, there is […]

Tech Behemoths Partner for Bettering Artificial Intelligence

September 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Artificial intelligence is no small deal; it’s now bringing together five of the world tech behemoths. A new non-profit organization is now being formed to formulate measures that will speed up the growth of AI, and the entities include Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft and IBM. Google’s alliance also means that the coalition will involve its […]

BlackBerry’s Latest Android Could Finally Put the Pieces Together

September 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BlackBerry stepped back a bit with the DTEK50 smartphone, its second Android powered device. Although with a good price-tag, the device was somewhat less powered than the previous flagship device of the Canadian company.  Now, the company is putting its gears back on top, as reports now suggest a new successor to the DTEK50 smartphone. […]

Google Adds Incognito Search to its iOS App

September 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has been drawing flak for the way it defaulted non-encryption on its Allo app. But the company is proving that it is still devoted to providing users with a safe and secure walkway on the net. The company has now released a new update for its search app on iOS app, bringing incognito search […]

Google Hangouts Update Adds Chrome Custom Tabs

September 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google wants to remind its users that despite the launch of consumer focused apps like Google Duo and Google Allo, it’s still keeping focused with the enterprise-focused works for Google Hangouts. A new update has now been rolled out by Google for Hangouts, which adds some new tweak to make sure that the app gets […]

Samsung Eyes Next-Gen Water Repelling Tech for Future Smartphones

September 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Flagship definition is not anymore confined to just the hefty spec-line a device features. It has got further dimensions in the modern age. One prominent factor of a smartphone is its withstanding capability; the resistance it offers to dust, shock, and most importantly water. The more the flagships are getting revealed, vendors are pushing […]

Roku Updates Streaming Box Lineup; Brings in Cheapest Roku

September 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Roku is having a take on the affordable streaming boxes and sticks. The company has just revamped its lineup of media streaming boxes, introducing four new streaming box pitched to cater different user segments and requirements. Alongside, the company has also diverted from its usual naming pattern that involves numbers, introducing new names to each […]

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