Lenovo Yoga A12 is an Android Tablet Packed with the Pros of a Laptop

February 8, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lenovo’s Yoga Book was one of its kind. With all those Halo touch keyboards, Lenovo did manage to wow the users. And the company is determined to repeat the charm once again with the Yoga Book Successor, the Yoga A12. Introduced as a mid-range tablet, the new Yoga A12 will drop the Windows ecosystem to […]

WhatsApp’s Snapchat-Like Status will Let Users Mute Update

February 8, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

WhatsApp’s next major introduction is widely speculated to be Status, the Snapchat-like feature that will let users post ephemeral stories as their status. The feature is said to be tested in beta now, and reports are now suggesting that WhatsApp is introducing some new features to Status. Accordingly, WhatsApp will let users mute or unmute […]

Revamped Google Photos Makes Image Navigation Easier on Android

February 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Photos is receiving a big update that will make it easier for users to surf through their image library. The new v2.8 update comes with tweaked albums tab to offer better organization of the images and albums under the feature. The most noticeable overhaul is the division of the albums tab into three categories. […]

Google is Doing Away with Its Search-Based Launcher, Google Now

February 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android users always had the option to switch to the less-customized skin of the operating system from Google instead of the heavily tweaked OS from manufacturers. But that might soon be changing. Google is now said to be bringing down the Google Now launcher from the Play Store soon. According to an email sent by […]

Apple to Augment Intel Chips in Mac with In-House Processors

February 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple is planning to introduce a new chip to the Mac devices that will be built in-house. But that shouldn’t end Apple’s love story with the chips from Intel as Apple’s new in-house processor will not be entirely replacing the Intel processors that have been in for years in Mac. Instead, the company will be […]

Honor 8 Lite is the New Affordable Flagship from Huawei

February 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei released its Honor 8 flagship not over a year ago, but it’s getting a makeover with regards to inside specs. But unlike One Plus which fired a more powerful variant within a span of six months to its flagship, Huawei is going the way opposite by bringing out a scaled down version of the […]

Google Finally Brining in Open-Sourced Chrome for iOS

February 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has kept its open-sourced Chromium project reserved for the desktop users. But that started changing with the onset of 2015 with which Google started rolling out Chromium for Android devices. iOS devices were however devoid of Chromium, but only until now as Google is opening up the open sourced Chrome for the Apple ecosystem […]

Samsung to Show Off New Galaxy Tablet at MWC This Month

February 2, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung is breaking its tradition by pushing the launch of its flagship Galaxy S8 device to March. MWC, the event that hosted all the flagship launches of Samsung Galaxy S series, will this year be missing out on the much anticipated launch. But that doesn’t mean Samsung will be showing up with empty hands for […]

Windows Cloud is Microsoft’s Attempt to Resurrect Windows RT

February 2, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is trying to wipe out the blotches of Windows RT by refreshing the OS under a new name. The upcoming Windows Cloud, if reports are to be believed, will be the new Windows RT OS that will have nothing to do with the cloud services from Microsoft. Instead, it will be the one that […]

BlackBerry Mercury Smartphone to Go Big with Camera

February 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BlackBerry’s Mercury is probably one of the most anticipated devices of the Canadian manufacturer who have failed to create a mark despite the launch of more than a couple of smartphones. There have been several rumors paired with the smartphone specifications, all of which make the Mercury seemingly a device to lookout for. But out […]

Dropbox Paper No More a Beta Product; Launches New Synchronization Tool

February 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Paper, Dropbox’s unified workspace for collaborative creation and sharing of projects, has finally exited beta after having been enclosed in the beta nutshell for nearly two years. The company has also launched Smart Sync, a new tool that would ease better synchronization of the services with PC and Mac devices. Paper was initially introduced by […]

Apple iOS 10.3 Top Five Features

January 31, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s only been a couple of days since Apple has rolled out its new iOS 10.2.1 update. The update didn’t pack any big features as it came with only minor bug-fixes and some content-focused upgrades. But Apple is not slowing it down in favor of its major iOS version that will be hitting June this […]

Twitter is Unifying Moments and Live Videos with the New Explore Tab

January 31, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Moments, one of the features that welcomes you on Twitter, is giving way to a new feature. The feature is not getting axed although. Instead, Twitter is integrating the Moments feature into a completely new feature called the Explore. Explore is the new tab for Twitter that has been introduced for the iOS version of […]

Google Pixel Successor Might Feature an Even Better Camera

January 30, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Year 2016 had a clear winner, and it was none other than Google. With its Pixel devices, Google has managed to create a space in the smartphone industry with elegance. Google’s rise to the top was partly aided by the fact that its top rivals never quite upped the game in 2016. Apple’s iPhone 7 […]

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