Huawei Wants to Make Room for Wireless Earbuds in Its Next Smartwatch

July 4, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wireless earbuds are a handy gadget, but it possesses the very same problem every tiny gadget in this word has: being lost. Almost every wireless earbuds nowadays offer carry case, but that won’t quite seem convenient for all. And once you have it taken out without the bundled case, chances are that you might end […]

ZTE’s Hunt for an All-Screen Display Ends in a Smartphone with No Front Cam at all

July 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone manufacturers are toiling to find out a solution for an all-screen display sans the notch. A couple of Chinese manufacturers have even come closer than ever before courtesy of mechanized sliders to hide the front cam and associated sensors. But in no way that appears to be a permanent solution as manufacturers are still […]

Light, the 16-Lens Camera Maker, is Stepping into the Smartphone Industry

July 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Light made quite some headlines a few months back by introducing point-and-shoot camera with an array of 16 lenses. The jury is still out on the actual result, but the fact that the company managed to deliver DSLR-alike images in a point-and-shoot form factor is worth appreciating. Now, they want to take a step ahead […]

Google Maps is Finally Bringing in the Most Useful Feature from Waze

July 2, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Maps is naturally the first choice for almost all smartphone users when it comes to navigation. The navigational app from the house of Google dominates because of more than just a couple of features. However, there are still a few areas where Google Maps misses out when compared to similar apps. Community interaction is […]

Microsoft wants to Narrow PC-Smartphone Rift with a Pocketable Surface

July 2, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s becoming quite a while since we have started hearing about the ambitious project from Microsoft called the Andromeda. Prospected as a real gamechanger in the computing industry, Andromeda is Microsoft’s attempt to bridge the gap between PCs and smartphones in the most cutting-edge manner. Unfortunately, we haven’t had many details about the device till […]

This Case can Protect Your Device from Drops, No Matter How They Fall

June 30, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone case is an inevitable item for many of the smartphone users out here. It’s not that they can’t live without covering the original aesthetics of their device, but cases are mostly used purely due to the fact that smartphone needs protection. Despite that, cases aren’t the end solution when it comes to protecting your […]

YouTube Finally Makes Picture-in-picture a Non-Costly Affair on Android

June 30, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Picture-in-picture mode was one of the touted features of Android Oreo ahead of the OS launch. But it got quite submerged post the launch due to lack of third-party support. One with which we all expected to make the most of the picture-in-picture was YouTube. But until now, YouTube had made the feature a costly […]

Nokia Reportedly Ready to Launch Its Flagship Device with In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

June 29, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Soon, the Nokia 8 Sirocco might handover its flagship status to a new member in the family. If recent reports are to be believed, the Finland manufacturer is prepping up a new flagship device that would put down all the prevailing drawbacks of the Sirocco. The device is being called Nokia 9, though it’s internally […]

Instagram Rolls out Lite Version of the App to Select Markets across the World

June 29, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Instagram becomes the latest to embrace the trend of rolling out a lighter version of the app to ease off data and storage woes of the users. The media-hosting app has quietly rolled out Instagram Lite app for Android users with the least of storage demands. Instagram Lite consumes only around 500Kb of space for […]

LG’s V40 Flagship to House the Most Number of Camera Sensors in a Smartphone

June 27, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei opened the gates for triple-lens camera technology with the P20 Pro flagship device. But until now, no other manufacturers have shown the boldness to follow that path, and if reports are to be believed, LG would be the first to jump the bandwagon. LG V40, the prospected successor to the LG V30/35 flagship deviceS, […]

Amazon Alexa can finally Hear and Respond to Your Voices in iOS

June 27, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon has updated the Alexa app to finally give iOS users the ability to interact with the digital assistant using their voice. The arrival of the feature follows the earlier word from Amazon that guaranteed a slew of features including access to voice control through the Alexa app. The ability to control Alexa through voice […]

Facebook Messenger Kids App Goes to Canada and Peru with Improved Features

June 25, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have heard lots about the new kids-focused chat app that Facebook readied in its stables. The most significant feedback on the app had come from child health advocates, who argued against Facebook’s latest invention. However, unfazed by criticism, Facebook has gone ahead and made the Messenger Kids appp available on iOS and Android. The […]

Google Maps New For You Tab Tested Among Select Users

June 20, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google previewed several new updates for Google Maps during its annual I/O developer conference. A notable one among those was the new For You tab, which was promised to arrive later this year. Apparently, Google has already set the balls rolling for the entry of the new feature as few users have now been reported […]

Oppo Takes an Even Bigger Step to Kill the Notch with Find X Smartphone

June 20, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Notches are everywhere these days, but that’s not an implication that notches are here to stay. Apparently, notches are just the pit stops for the smartphone technology along its transition from the 16:9 bezel displays to all-screen display. That’s evident as Chinese manufacturers have already got their hands upon the notch-killing works. Vivo has already […]

Android Message Closing In on iMessage with Desktop Support via Web

June 19, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has already previewed its Chat feature, the RCS-supported texting service that would let users have more than just normal SMS services in their default messaging application in Android. With such an upgrade inbound, pairing of web support with the platform seemed inevitable and here it is, finally. Google has launched the web version of […]

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