Google Glasses Next Iteration to Arrive as Enterprise Edition

July 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It wasn’t just us who thought that Google made a complete mess with the initial venture of their eye wearable. During its commercial entry, the device got backfired with some disapproval over its pricing, as well as its underwhelming charm. But as it appears, Google is addressing the drawbacks of its prime effort, with what […]

Bounce Imaging Explore is a Roly-Poly Camera that Would Lead the Way in Rescue Operations

July 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

“Fire in the ho..! Pardon me! Image in the hole” Probably this could be what future rescuers may be yelling out. No, that’s not because they are camera-maniacs. It’s just that there’s a new bouncing camera technology marching on to the field of rescue and tactical operations. Brains at Bounce Imaging are bringing about a […]

Surfing Facebook with Drowsy Data Speeds? Here’s Facebook Lite for You

July 10, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Looks like Mark Zuckerberg has soft spots for the developing markets, especially India. Following the launch of the Internet.org across the globe, Facebook is now bringing on the next initiative to boost the social networking usage among users from the internet-weak regions. Known officially as the Facebook Lite, the app is designed to be a […]

Panasonic Eluga Z Touching Down on India Shores

July 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Japanese manufacturer Panasonic will be adding to their list of smartphone models the new Eluga Z smartphone. Priced at INR 13,490 in India, the smartphone will feature a host of features to battle with the current mid-range Android devices in the market. Eluga Z is a slightly stepped up version of the Eluga L launched […]

Apple Stepping Up to Embrace 4K-Video Capture in its Upcoming Smartphone

July 9, 2015, By Daniel Rapcencu

We have seen plenty of iPhone 6S rumors over the past two weeks, but it’s like those were never enough to feed our appetite. Following the reports regarding the Force Touch inclusion and picture leaks, iPhone 6S is now getting married to a new technicality as per the rumors, and it’s quite appealing than the […]

Master Card Soon to Oust Secure Codes with Face Recognition

July 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Click a selfie please!  In case you are a Master Card user, this might soon be a plea from your service provider. No, don’t think they are running a selfie contest out there. In fact, they are seeking out to the new age technologies for authorizing transactions. In a bid to rein fraudulent activities upon […]

Casio Smartwatch Foray  Likely  by Early 2016

July 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Casio has left us confounded, never giving us the answer as to why they had abstained themselves from stepping in to the world of smartwatches. Though not much into the Smart arena, Casio  stands out as a prominent maker if not ‘the’ prominent one, by manifesting the powers of wrist wearables beyond just showcasing time. […]

iTunes Update Hints at iPods that Don New Colors

July 6, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If the new images in Apple’s recent update are anything to go by, we could soon have some fresh color variants of iPod Touch, Nano and Shuffle arriving in the markets. The recent iTunes update that embraced the Apple devices has lined up a handful of never-before shades of iPod variants. The images were spotted […]

Samsung to Usher in a String of Tizen Smartphones this Year

July 4, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It took a bit of time for the homegrown OS from Samsung to reach out to the markets. But now, Samsung is stepping up the game with a plan to introduce several new Tizen-operated smartphones under a varying price range. The launch of Tizen OS from Samsung was believed by many to be a move […]

MS Office Apps Finally Make their Way to Android Devices

July 4, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever thought of a port to Windows or Apple devices so that you get the most out of MS Office offerings? It would be better if you reshuffle your decision, as dedicated apps from MS Office no longer remain abstained from Android devices Microsoft has brought in the feature that lets the Android version of […]

Yahoo Said to be Running Google-Powered Search Trials

July 3, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The recent re-negotiations of Yahoo with Microsoft has handed them new possibilities in terms of their search result display, the result of which would be that we might soon witness Google-powered search results popping up in the Yahoo Window. In an effort to reshuffle its search engine platform, Yahoo is reportedly carrying out the spadework […]

Venice, the Android BlackBerry Device to be Powered by AT&T

July 3, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BlackBerry’s maiden venture with Android OS is inching closer to the markets. The smartphone manufacturer is now reported to be associated with AT&T to bring out their first fully Android powered smartphone, codenamed Venice. Speculations on an Android powered BlackBerry smartphone emerged last month. Back then, reports suggested that the smartphone will feature a slider […]

Apple iPhone 6S Images Out in the Open

July 2, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A couple of months from now will have Apple clambering up the headlines with the next iteration of its iPhone. The supposed debut of iPhone 6s device is expected to shape up during September.  But thanks to the internet world, we now get to spy on the device in the form of leaked images. Leaked […]

Lenovo Wants to Take You Back to the 90s with a Retro-ThinkPad

July 2, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Remember the initial attire that ThinkPad donned years ago? The thick-garb, multi-colored keyboards were charmers indeed. Lenovo is now bringing back the retro charm. David Hill, the vice president of Lenovo, writes in his blog that the company is thinking of bringing in a new-gen ThinkPad, which would share a common lineage with the prime […]

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