Google Innovates Gboard Yet Again with More Card Carousels, Instant Share Features

June 2, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The evolution of Google keyboard is certainly one among the best we have seen in the Android ecosystem so far. From being a keyboard that was instantly replaced with third-party keyboards by users who wanted more, the keyboard from Google has now become one of the most enjoyed keyboards in Android, thanks to its evolution […]

Telegram v4.0 Adds a Host of New Features; Video Messages and Payment via Chatbots

May 23, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Despite the hype, chatbots have never quite become acquainted with users as expected. The lack of support for payments inside chatbots was said to be a prime reason with chatbots being particularly deployed to boost businesses. But that’s changing now as messenger platforms are now spearheading the support for payments within chatbots, and Telegram has […]

Microsoft OneNote Embraces Design Overhaul to Ensure Consistency across All Platforms

May 22, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft OneNote is already a thoroughly refined product that serves all your note keeping tasks. But it’s getting even better now with the latest update that focuses on design upgrades to ease navigation within the app across all platforms. The Redmond-based company is now rolling out a new update for OneNote that will improve the […]

Google’s New Initiative is to Optimize Android for Low-End Devices

May 19, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android certainly has its limitations, caused primarily by optimization issues, when it comes to lower end devices. But who better knows it than Google? Speaking at the I/O conference, Google has revealed its plans to get Android for the really cheap smartphones that comes with the lowest specifications. The project is called Android O, and […]

From Indoor Navigation to Photo Recognition; See How Google is Spearheading AI

May 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s love for image recognition using AI just jumped onto a different class with the I/O conference. Not that the Mountain View Company wasn’t able to pick out objects from an image until now, but its service to the user-end just got lit up. Unleashed by Google at the I/O conference was a host of […]

Windows 10 Update will Mark the Onset of Microsoft’s New UI

May 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Windows 10 will be parting ways with the Metro design. Come this fall, and the OS from Microsoft will start embracing the new Fluent Design UI that will be the successor to the existing one. But don’t expect an outright overhaul, as Microsoft has revealed that the upgrade will be a gradual one that will […]

Android O will Make Receiving Updates Easier and Faster

May 15, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tardy updates have put customers in dismay often with the Android ecosystem. Now, Google is trying to wipe it out with the onset of Android O. Thanks to its latest project called Project Treble, Google will now let users receive Android updates much faster, and more easily. Project Treble will accompany all those device that […]

Facelifted Tizen OS to Debut with Samsung Galaxy Z4

May 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung is still pursuing its efforts to expand its in-house multipurpose OS, Tizen, to more devices. As a result, the OS has now undergone a noticeable overhaul with expanded supported for multiple features. Not just that, Samsung is also reported to be lining up a new addition to its Tizen range of smartphones in the […]

Amazon to Pull Wires Off Android App Program Underground

May 3, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Underground, one of the sole features of Amazon Store that offered ‘actually free’ apps, is having its days numbered. The services of Underground will be pulled down by May 31 according to an announcement made by the tech behemoth the previous day. Underground was introduced in 2015 as a replacement to the free app service […]

Facebook’s Lite Version of Messenger Gets Global Roll Out

May 2, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Many of you might be unaware of the fact that Facebook has got a lite version for both its main platform and Messenger. The former is quite familiar to many regions across the globe, but the limited rollout of Messenger Lite kept it strange for the same markets. But that’s finally changing. Messenger Lite, the […]

Google’s Tilt Brush Goes Social with New Share and Remix Features

May 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tilt Brush, the virtual reality-powered painting experience from Google, has been bestowed with a new update that adds social features along with other add-ons to add more charm to your painting works. The major highlight of the update is the support for sharing. Quite surprisingly, Google didn’t mind to give the ability for users to […]

Livestream Dilutes Streaming Dexterities of Mevo Camera with New Integrations

April 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cameras that comes with the capability of live-streaming are supposed to make no big news. But Mevo, from the house of Livestream made a buzz with a launch despite being a simple camera dedicated for live stream. That’s because it was the first to offer integration of livestreaming through Facebook Live. Now, it’s getting better. […]

Siri Can Read Your Unread WhatsApp Messages, Thanks to the New App Update

April 26, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

iOS users needn’t be bothered anymore to open their WhatsApp to check who messaged them last, or to scroll through all those unread messages. That’s because you can do them all without entering the app, and just by discerning to the read-out option by Siri, all thanks to the latest update of the app. Update […]

Google Chrome Said to be Lining Up In-built Ad-Blocker

April 25, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google does own the world’s largest platform for online advertising. But it might just turn the blind eye to some of its interests in lieu of user interest. The company is now reported to be planning to introduce an in-built ad-blocking feature to the world’s most used web browser, the Google Chrome. And that will […]

Windows 10 is Finally Making Things Easier for Gmail Users

April 24, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft rolled out a perky update a couple of months ago that brought some handy additions to its mail and calendar apps. Categorization of important mails, display of travel reservations, package delivery details; there were plenty of features that ushered the use of calendar and mail apps in Windows 10. But there was a downside, […]

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