Facebook’s Watch Party for Shared Video-Viewing is Coming to All

July 27, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook has been constantly upgrading the video viewing experience inside the social networking platform owing to its commitment to make the platform more video oriented. Along its push, Facebook has experimented with many features. Some of them are being enjoyed around the world by all, while some have bit the dust without the world knowing. […]

Samsung Prepping Gaming-Dedicated Smartphone for Next Year

July 26, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have seen mobile industry welcoming gaming-dedicated phones every once in a while. The Nokia N-Gage, Sony Xperia Play etc. are examples from the past. But step in to the modern world and mobile gaming, or more specifically smartphone gaming, has become much more serious than ever, thanks to the arrival of games like Fortnite, […]

Xiaomi Launches Mi A2 Globally with Android One OS

July 25, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever since the Mi 6X was launched in China, the anticipation was for the launch of the Android One version of it. Putting all those wait to end, Xiaomi has officially unveiled the Android One version of the Mi 6X, the Mi A2. There is nothing much to differentiate in between the Mi A2 and […]

Samsung’s Upcoming Wireless Charger can Power up Two Devices at the Same Time

July 24, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wireless charging is somewhat a standard of modern flagship, and that’s the reason why companies are working to come up with new innovations regarding the same. Apple had previously said about the AirPower Mat that would charge up more than one device at a time, and it apparently looks like Samsung is embracing a similar […]

WhatsApp Attempts to Control Spread of Hoax by Limiting Message Forwards

July 20, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Given the nature of instant messaging platforms, it’s hard not to come across a forwarded message, especially when you are using a rather popular one like WhatsApp. Seldom does people get to know about the veracity of a news that’s shared on WhatsApp. The Facebook-owned company is now attempting to put an end to it. […]

Adobe Photoshop to Hop On to Apple iPad Soon

July 17, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe, we hear, is all set to launch a full version of Photoshop for iPad. As you folks might be aware, it already offers Photoshop Express on iPad. With the upcoming version, users will be able to edit on the iPad with full cross-platform capability. Scott Belsky, Chief Product Officer at Adobe, in an interview […]

Camera Module Leak Hints at Quad-Cam Presence in Sony Xperia XZ3

July 16, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony’s flagship series update, the Xperia XZ3, is expected to hit the stores in around two months from now. There are no official words from the company regarding the premium flagship, but leaks have already started appearing giving us the initial hints about what Sony could pack inside the XZ3. One major update is surrounding […]

Here’s How to Experience Chrome’s Major Redesign in Stable Version

July 16, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After the successful roll out of the redesigned Gmail, Google is yet again up with a major redesign, and this time, it’s for Google Chrome. The web browser has been going through interface experiments for quite some time, and it now appears that Google is setting the stage for an official roll out. The Canary […]

Smartphone Offers to Soar as Amazon Prime Day Nears

July 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amazon is giving its Prime users in India an entire day to get soaked up with offers. The e-commerce platform will have its Prime Day sale commenced at 12PM on July 16, and it will be running for an entire span of 36 hours until the midnight of July 17th. The Prime Day will offer […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S Pen Could Do Much More than Just Making Notes and Drawings

July 6, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung will have its new Galaxy Note unveiled at the Unpacked event that will be held in New York on August 9. Rumors have already thrown light over the specifications of the device, and quite apparently, the Note 9 might not be offering a big upgrade to the Note 8 device. However, there are still […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Leaked Image Flaunts Minimal Bezel

July 4, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung is one of the very few companies that value user interest atop ongoing trend. Be that the ditching of the headphone jack or the inclusion of notch, Samsung had shown the guts to refrain themselves. They haven’t just left the users with no choice. In a way, this is also true regarding its love […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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