Qualcomm Promises Update to Outdated Smartwatch Processor

May 11, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Qualcomm has promised that it won’t be following the path laid by Intel in terms of smartwatch processors. The chipset manufacturer said that they will be coming up with a third gen chip for smartwatches, or more particularly for the Wear OS running devices. The word comes from Qualcom Senior Director for Wearables Pankaj Kedia, […]

Gmail Expanding Smart Reply Feature to Help You Compose an Entire Mail

May 10, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google introduced a small ounce of its AI in Gmail with Smart Replies, which was initially available for the mobile app version. The feature, which is now available in the new version of Gmail, lists a few automated replies that could be inserted to respond to mails based on the context. Now, the feature is […]

Google Assistant is Finally Speaking like a Human and It Can Make Calls on Your Behalf Too

May 9, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

 It wouldn’t sound bit exaggerated when saying that Google’s investment off-recently have mostly been centered around Google Assistant rather than on AI as a whole. The digital assistant, which is already outfitted with AI and machine learning capabilities, have become the core of many Google applications, and it’s soon to get expanded to other services […]

Google Details Android P at I/O; Public Beta Now Available

May 9, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android P is bound to hit new smartphones at a later point this year. But ahead of that, Google has kept its usual process running by detailing the upcoming OS at its I/O conference. At the keynote of the event, Google has confirmed the presence and addition of many new features in Android P that […]

Gboard for Android is Getting In-App GIF Creator Along with Stickers from Allo

May 7, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Gboard, the third-party keyboard app from Google, is testing some new features for the Android including a new in-app custom GIF maker. The features are available now for some users in the beta version of the app for Android. The highlight among the newly tested features is the GIF maker that lets users create quick […]

Google Expands Assistant Capabilities in Wear OS

May 7, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is deploying its personal digital assistant to get the better out of Wear OS, the dedicated OS for the range of wearable devices. Ahead of the Google I/O conference scheduled for Tuesday, a slew of new features have been announced for the Wear OS to uplift the wearable department. Much of the new features […]

Instagram Starts Rolling Out Video Call Feature; Redesigns Explore Page

May 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

No matter where the features get introduced, Facebook will most have almost all of them infused to all of its social media platforms at one point or the other. That’s something we have seen over time, and this was the very reason many was hoping for the entry of video call feature in Instagram, something […]

LG G7 ThinQ Goes Official with AI-backed Dual Camera

May 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s a big month for the smartphone industry as more than a few flagships are expected to come out of the wraps in the coming weeks. LG has now kickstarted the series of launches by making its much anticipated G7 ThinQ official. There’s no big surprise hidden in the device as previous leaks have already […]

Apple Working on VR/AR Headset that Could be the Real Game Changer

May 1, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s apparent interest in augmented reality has fuelled stories paired with augmented reality glasses off late. But the Cupertino Company isn’t interested solely in AR, it seems. Instead, the company is vamping up its interest in virtual reality to come up with a powerful product that blends the two inside it. Newly emerged reports suggest […]

Facebook is Giving Parents More Control over their Kids inside Messenger Kids App

May 1, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s Messenger Kids is one among the latest offerings from the social media company, offering an exclusive messaging platform for the kids with a certain degree of control handed out to the parents. Despite Facebook having set some parameters in terms of contacts, Messenger Kids received its share of criticism for luring kids into the […]

Amazon Alexa Becomes Kid-Friendly with New Echo Dot Kids Edition Speakers

April 30, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon has just welcomed a new young member to its Alexa-based Echo speaker family, and it’s really young. The tech giant has just launched the Kids Edition of its low-tier Echo Dot speaker. The Echo Dot Kids Edition, said to have been created with kids in mind, dons a new kid-friendly protective case available in […]

LG’s G7 ThinQ Smartphone to Feature Super Bright LCD Display

April 28, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG has stepped in to its usual process of revealing the tidbits of its upcoming device ahead of the launch. As a result, the South Korean manufacturer has revealed more of its much-anticipated display technology used in the LG G7 ThinQ smartphone. According to the revealed details, LG’s G7 ThinQ smartphone will feature a 6.1 […]

Opera’s Touch Browser is Here to Enhance One-Hand Browsing Experience

April 28, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone displays are getting bigger, and increasing along with it is the mess in handling the device with one hand. This becomes the most frustrating with the browser, as most of the modern-day browsers put the address bar and menu on top. But Opera has launched a new browser that could bring some big relief […]

Chrome’s Material Design Refresh Hits Canary Release Channel

April 26, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s upcoming I/O conference scheduled for May will reveal a new Material Design version that will embrace many of its platforms including the Google Chrome browser. But much before that, we are having initial glimpses of the redesigned material design, thanks to the Canary version of Chrome. The pre-beta channel of Canary is now loaded […]

Instagram’s Data Download Tools is Now Available to All as Promised

April 26, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With privacy concerns at their peak in the internet world, social media platforms have been pushing hard to keep users stuck to them. But alongside, they have also been endeavoring to offer the security users have been longing for. But none of those have kept users from floating away from the social media platforms. And […]

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