Google Gears Up to Guard Future Encryptions with Post-Quantum Cryptography

July 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is not just concerned about the present. They have their eyes fixed on a world that’s way ahead in time; a world that could be deeply threatened by quantum computers. But that shouldn’t be a worry, as the company is already testing measures to counter that very threat. Tech world today depends heavily on […]

ZeroLemon Lines Up Massive Battery Cases for Android Flagships

July 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

ZeroLemon has some ear soothing news for the owners of Google’s and Samsung’s Android flagship. The company is prepping two bulky cases for Nexus 6P and Galaxy S7 device that will in effect triple the battery life of your devices. Like its usual line-up, ZeroLemon’s new cases are noticeably bulky, but provides a much better […]

Skype Bots Get Life with Group Support and Other Features

July 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has been working around to transform Skype video services to a hub of work productivity tools. Earlier this week, they released Skype for Meetings, which aimed at providing Skype services to small businesses without any charges. Now, they are upping the bot feature to improve the productivity output for its users through Skype. With […]

iOS 10 Public Beta Goes Live for Apple Devices

July 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple has released the beta version of its latest mobile operating system, iOS 10, for all, giving an opportunity for device owners to have a glimpse of the OS before the full version release. The full-fledged version of iOS 10 is expected to be released during fall. Users can get the public beta downloaded by […]

Google Might Bring Up Not Just Self-Made Smartphones, but Smartwatches Too  

July 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was revealed a few days ago that Google was building a smartphone of their own that will finally compete directly against the iPhone devices. This will come besides Project Ara modular device that’s scheduled for next year, forcing us to believe that the tech conglomerate is devoting its attention into smartphone depot. But that’s […]

Samsung UFS Memory Sticks Shown, Potential Successor to MicroSDs

July 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The memory stick evolution hit a pause button ever since microSD cards started to flourish across gadgets and devices. But soon, it may be given a run again as Samsung has now revealed the world’s first Universal Flash Storage card, shortly UFS, cards which could replace the microSD in the near future. Samsung’s UFS cards […]

Snapchat Now Lets You Save Old Snaps as Archives

July 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat not just wants to take you on an ephemeral photo sharing ride, but it also wants to take you on a walk down the memory lane. The photo sharing platform has announced the introduction of a new feature, called Snapchat Memories, that’s been designed precisely for this. Snapchat Memories is a feature that allows […]

This Handy Gadget can Recognize Colours and Fonts from the World Around You

July 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Technology can sometimes be harsh. It has been churning gadgets so endlessly that we often forget to judge the potential usefulness of a gadget. Often we are misguided by gadgets with its initial pre-launch impression that later turns out to be nothing, but a crap with its services. But thankfully, there are aplenty of gadgets […]

Microsoft’s new Skype Free App is for Small Businesses

July 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Video chatting platforms are getting crowded with the advent of new apps, and Skype is striving hard to maintain its stronghold in the game. As part of it, the video-chat service has introduced a couple of new measures to get them going in the business. One among them is the introduction of a new Skype […]

Amazon Expands E-Shopping with Alexa to Over One Million Products

July 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Alexa is finally getting hold of what we expected from it during its onset; shopping without bounds across listed products on Amazon. The company has finally announced that Alexa, its personal voice assistant service, can now be used to shop over one million products available in Amazon. Until now, Alexa-powered devices, which includes Echo, Echo […]

Facebook Posts Can Now Speak in Over 40 Languages

July 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook has always come to our aid whenever we bumped onto posts written in unfamiliar languages. The inbuilt translator tool has been useful for many to go through such posts. Now, they are making it easier by letting the users make translations enabled right when the post is made. The company has now announced a […]

Wynd Can Take Care of the Air You Breathe in Anytime, Anywhere

July 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Air Purifiers are no exception to the smart-age evolution in technology. There are plenty of smart purifiers out there today, and just like the rest, these possess smart status mostly by the inclusion of ‘automatic’ or IoT qualities. Enter Wynd, which could just be the smartest air purifier of them all even without having ties […]

HTC Nexus 2016 Smartphones will Get Rid of Hardware Bias

July 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android Sailfish has been the talk over the past few days. Google’s latest Nexus addition, which will debut Android Nougat, seems to have captured all minds with its hefty hardware array. Now, thanks to Android Police, that we are having a detailed spec-sheet of its twin brother, Android Marlin. Both the devices come from HTC, […]

Leak Hints at Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Sporting Iris Scanner

July 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Much has been spoken about on the presence of an iris scanner in Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 7 device ever since the company filed the patent for the technology. As we near the announcement date of the flagship device, the possibility of an iris scanner powered flagship from Samsung is getting stronger. The latest catalyst […]

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