Google Switches to Machine Learning for Axing Malicious Extensions in Chrome

January 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is introducing a new method to bring down deceptive extensions on Chrome browser. As a result, Chrome will now be blessed with machine learning capabilities to identify confusing and malicious extensions. The feature will be rolled out in the coming weeks as a part of its already existing abuse protection features. Google has already […]

Microsoft is Letting Cortana Explore New Domain with GLAS Thermostat

January 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cortana is sadly expected to play the second fiddle on Windows 10, with Amazon Alexa making its official debut on Windows 10 devices. But that hasn’t stopped Microsoft from expanding the personal assistant. Cortana, which until now was rarely found on non-Windows devices, is slowly stepping out of that enclosure. Following its outing with the […]

Latest Beta Version of iOS Hands Siri the Capability to Stream News Podcasts

January 4, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Reading out news is always one of the binding features of a digital assistant in smartphones. The feature has found place in all the personal assistants ever since its inception. But Apple is making things quite more comfortable in this regard. The latest beta version of iOS, v 11.2.5, has now started rolling out to […]

Telegram’s Latest Version Lets You Give Quick Reply to Messages

January 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Instant messaging app Telegram has rolled out the latest version of the app to woe the users with new features.  V4.7 is now live on the respective app stores of Android and iOS platforms with respective additions. The highlight of the Android update is the support for multiple accounts. Users will now be able to […]

Say No to Cryptocurrency Mining with the Latest Version of Opera 50

December 28, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Opera’s latest edition of its browser for personal computers have now hit the app stores. V50 of Opera is being rolled out in beta form for Windows, macOS and Linux devices. However, it comes with Release Candidate label which makes it more of an advanced beta. The version will automatically be upgraded to stable version […]

Google is Bidding Farewell to Project Tango to Focus on its More Pragmatic Approach, the ARCore

December 18, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

One would have barely thought of Google’s Tango Project running into a deadlock had it been a couple of years back. Back when it was introduced, Tango was one of Google’s ambitious projects to incorporate the capabilities in a smartphone device. But with the evolution of AR technology over the period, Tango has been pushed […]

Here’s How to Get Your Gmail Account Linked with Cortana on a Windows 10 Device

December 15, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft’s Cortana wouldn’t be the first name that appears in your mind when speaking of digital assistant. But Microsoft is constantly upping the battle against the leading digital assistant. The latest of such efforts from the company should definitely get many delighted. Microsoft has revealed that Cortana can now be integrated with Gmail on a […]

Google Maps will Soon Push Alerts to Let You Get Off at the Right Bus/Train Stop

December 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Maps is about to roll out yet another handy feature to aid its users with navigation. A new update is now being planned for the app to provide users with live guidance and interactive real-time notifications during their transit journey in a bus or train. As a part of it, the app will incorporate […]

Google Reveals Trio of New Apps Dedicated for Photography

December 14, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is upping the photography experience on smartphone with the launch of not just one, but three new apps. Storyboard, Selfissimo! And Scrubbies form the trio of apps that are getting launched. While Storyboard and Scrubbies will be limited to Android and iOS users respectively, the Selfissimo! app will be made available on both platforms. […]

Google Rolls Out Lighter Version of Android Oreo for Budget Smartphones

December 7, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Back during its I/O conference, Google has promised to deliver a lighter version of its latest Android iteration for the low-end smartphones. Google is fulfilling its promise now with the launch of Android Go, which has already started rolling out to developers and manufacturers. Android Go is built on Android Oreo, but will come optimized […]

Windows Working on a Photo Companion App for Android and iOS

December 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft has been constantly offering services to get their smartphone devices synced with Windows 10. While most of them revolved around Windows apps and services, there have been a few good offerings that have came out of that parameter. One such service is about to be deployed by Microsoft. According to a recent spotting, Microsoft […]

Microsoft’s Edge Browser Exits Preview Period on Smartphones

December 6, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Edge browser from Microsoft is no more being previewed on Android and iOS, as Microsoft has officially released the app on Thursday for the smartphone devices. As experienced in the preview version, the Edge browser pinpoints seamless continuity of browsing on iOS, Android and PCs as one of its salient feature. Similar to Apple Continuity […]

Google Photos New Update Reveals What to Expect Next

December 5, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has started rolling out its latest update for Google Photos that adds a new light navigation bar on Pixel devices. Additionally, new text selection functionality has also been included in the Google Lens. But those aren’t the only features that were being worked upon by Google for its new update. An APK teardown of […]

Google New App Will be Your Ally in Solving All Your Data Woes

December 4, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google already has deployed many measures to bring down data consumption in Android through in-built features. And now, it’s launching a new app entirely dedicated for the same on Android platforms. Called Datally, the new app from Google will let users tackle down data consumption by making them better aware of the app and time […]

Microsoft Soon to Test ‘Sets’ to Tab Apps in Windows 10

December 1, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is set to reintroduce the ability of working in tabs, this time with a set of apps that can be set by the user. Called Sets, the new feature is expected to be tested soon to let users tab their apps based on their choice to easily organize running apps under a single tab. […]

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