Facebook Notify Standalone App for Breaking News Soon

November 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s apparent intimacy with the news corner is getting even more devoted. After their wider release of Instant Articles, reports are now suggesting that they are bringing in another service to update users with news. The difference this time is that it will come in the form of a separate app. While Instant Articles came […]

Microsoft Starts Inviting Sign-Ups for Cortana Beta on iOS

November 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It isn’t long since Microsoft’s previously exclusive Cortana services became open for Android users. The beta services in Android were made open for all during August, but what was missing all these days was info on Cortana for iOS. Until now, there wasn’t any word on when Microsoft would open up the beta for iOS […]

Tiny Add-on from Chronos Can Turn Your Watch Smart

November 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Imagine a piece of technology that can lift your normal watches to the smartwatch terrain! Yes, a device which you would love to  add to your wrist-mate to embrace smartness. This very concept should have sparked at least once in the minds of everyone who has given a thought of acquiring a smartwatch piece. And now, thanks to […]

Google Inbox Can Now Generate Email Replies by Itself

November 6, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Thinking of where all artificial intelligence can prove its worth? Google is up with an answer, which they can even have it demonstrated with their own app now. As a part of its ever-expanding overhaul work, Google has now introduced a new feature, which in short can reply to the emails in your inboxes for […]

ATIV Book 9 Pro is Samsung’s First Ever 4K Outing on a Laptop

November 6, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After giving a series of 4K-touches to its TV devices, Samsung is now turning its attention to fetching the technology into the laptop segment too. With a 15.6-inch, 3840 x 2160 resolution display, Samsung has unveiled the latest in its ATIV notebook series, called the ATIV Book 9 Pro. Except for its slim factor, the […]

PuzzlePhone Shows How Simple Modular Technology Can Be

November 5, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The power of customization is something we cannot skip at any cost in modern-day technologies. That’s why even at a slow pace, the smartphone world is turning its head towards the modular technology. We have seen plenty of those in recent days, although only a few from have got their dreams getting materialized. One unique […]

SoundCloud App Aims to Offer the Best for Creators and Uploaders

November 5, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chances of an argument are narrow when we say that SoundCloud is a winsome space for music stream. Yet, it hasn’t won the hearts of all to as the first-choice service in music streaming and uploads. That can be pretty much accounted by the fact that it lacks major contract negotiations, one that subsequently empties […]

T-Mobile CellSpot is a Network-Extender for the Indoors

November 4, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We all have gone through the torrid experience of seeing our signals dropping when entering our home or when inside a specific room like in your basement. Those are times we wish if there was a signal-booster for network signals, like you having a Wi-Fi extender for boosting the wireless data signals. Luckily, we are […]

Instagram Finally Goes for a Curated Tab

November 4, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Call for change is something inevitable. This applies to all things we come across every day. Social networking is no trivial stuff for us now, and that’s why we have frequent changes there in the form of updates, each of which subdues the previous ones. Take for instance a topic or a post of interest […]

Amazon Prime Music Updates with Android Wear Support

November 3, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon Music, the streaming app for smartphone devices, hasn’t yet raked up gains in the charts when weighed against other services like Spotify. But contrastingly, it’s a service that offers quite good perks for its Prime Music subscribers, which is now getting further bolstered with a new update. The highlight of the new update is […]

Chrome OS to Melt into Android for the Birth of a Unified OS

November 2, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The taking shape of Alphabet has led to many intriguing changes within the Google industry. One among those dealt with the future of Chrome OS, the one that runs on more than nearly one-fifth of the newly released laptops. Stats and figures represent a bump in its recent sales, but Alphanet is having quite a […]

Microsoft Revamps Outlook App for iOS and Android with a Touch of Sunshine

October 31, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Upon launch, the Outlook app never looked like it was a cloned version of the desktop version. Instead, it came with well crafted design elements which got birth from the Accompli acquisition by Microsoft. Now they are bringing out something similar with another one of their acquisitions. A new update has now started pecking at […]

Microsoft Arrow Launcher Arrives on App Store after Wrapping Up Beta

October 31, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not long ago, we had our hands on the beta version of Arrow, Microsoft’s first ever launcher attempt for the Android ecosystem. Now, after running through the beta phase for nearly two months, Microsoft has decided to officialise its solid version. The Arrow launcher from Microsoft is one of the cleanest efforts by the Garage […]

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