Adobe New Update for Creative Cloud Brings in New Tools, App

June 23, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe’s yearly update of its cloud-based editing services has now been announced. What it brings in is a set of new tools for Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator, Premiere Pro along with other apps, and also the Adobe Stock feature to the frontline, with over 40 million images contained in it. The one that brings a benefit […]

Parrot’s New Batch of Drones Can Jump at Great Speeds and Sail across Water

June 22, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Night-roamers, jumpers and swimmers; that’s how the new batch of Parrot drones can be described. A set of 13 new drones have been unveiled by the drone masters and they include entirely new iterations as well as refined editions of its previous drones. With the new additions, Parrot lets its drone to be maneuvered across […]

YouTube Gearing Up to Bring in a Dedicated Game Page

June 22, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We finally have some word on the long-speculated gaming page from YouTube. It has been announced that the new YouTube Gaming website will get kick-started for gamers this summer. With content from over 25,000 game titles, YouTube Gaming will form a dedicated page for launch videos, teasers, trailers and walkthroughs, and will also form the […]

Fairphone 2 Ethical Smartphone is Back with a Sturdy Design

June 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With a desire to wipe out conflict minerals from the smartphone arena, The Netherlands-based Fairphone has now announced a successor to their first ever ethical smartphone; the Fairphone 2. Fairphone 2 , like its predecessor, will have ethical sourcing of smartphone resources to restrict the consumption of conflict minerals like gold, tin, tantalum and tungsten; […]

Sony Soaks Cybershot Cameras in 4K Technology; Alpha 7R Successor on its Way

June 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony had some time ago admitted that their smartphone and TV production will gradually fade out; a measure put forward in favor of its Xbox and camera devices. We are not sure when that will be materializing, but Sony is going well by their desire and is steadily fostering the camera segment. As a part […]

Nest Cam is Here with Updates to Augment Google’s Internet of Things

June 19, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google-owned Nest has finally taken the wraps off their rumored Nest Cam device, thereby sprucing up their list of home automation products. The announcement also made way for the launch of a refined version of their fire alarm device, the Nest Protect. Ever since the acquisition of Dropcam by Nest for a whopping $550million, rumors […]

iOS Beta Drops Hints of Major Overhaul in iPhone 7 Front-Cam

June 19, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s hard to slay an Apple rumor these days. Over the past few weeks, the grapevine buzz was about the upcoming iterations of iOS and Watch Kit for Apple’s smartwatch. Now that there’s nothing left to be revealed of these, headlines have already switched to the next big prospect to be rumored about; the next […]

Microsoft Surface Hub, the Future of Conference Rooms, Doesn’t Come Cheap

June 19, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We indeed knew that the giant conference tab from Microsoft would cost more than just a few dollars for businesses once it arrives. Envisioned as the future display hub of conference rooms and works meetings, the Surface Hub is sure to bring a sheer advancement of work place inside the four walls of these rooms […]

8K Video Spurs YouTube, But Viewers aren’t Charmed

June 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We often stumble upon spam videos in social networking sites that vow to show us something, and in the end hand us something else. The case of the new 8K YouTube video is not much different, except that there is no threat of being spammed or being malicious. But eventually, you don’t get what you […]

Apple-LG Partnership Blooms Again with Next Iteration of Apple Watch

June 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple seems to be in no mood to pull out a party on its success with the Apple Watch. Instead, we are pretty sure that they are back to work to mold the next edition of Apple Watch. Reports say that LG has found a spot in Apple’s ride with their wearable device, once again. […]

New WatchKit SDK to Fetch Native Apps to Apple Watch

June 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The buzz was quite high about Apple presenting a new developer’s kit at WWDC, and so it happened. Even before two months since its release, Apple Watch now gets the new hue of OS, and presents a WatchKit SDK, which for the first time would bring native apps to the smartwatch device. Prior to the […]

Get Smarter in the Kitchen with June

June 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Thanks to smart-age technology, we now have professional chefs in almost all kitchens. With advanced ovens and server-synced apps, cooking your favorite dish turns out to be a stroll across the park. Yet, there could be many who wish for a preset-less oven that understands what and how you want to cook. For all those, […]

Galaxy S6 Active is Rugged and Flashy

June 16, 2015, By Daniel Rapcencu

It’s not the same scene for smartphone vendors as it has been a few years ago. Clinching the top spot in terms of global sales ensures nothing these days. That’s why certain bold steps had to be taken even with the case of flagship phones. While there remained a single exclusive flagship edition for manufacturers […]

Mi Band is Now the World’s Most Preferred Fitness Band after Fitbit

June 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Time and again, Xiaomi is drawing out reasons as to why it is dubbed China’s Apple. Let the design mimicries and product comparisons be kept aside; one factor for which the pet name holds valid is with the sales of its recently launched fitness wearable. Apple Watch was an essential show-stealer, snatching a million unit […]

Researchers Forge Wi-FI Technology that Simultaneously Charges Your Devices

June 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We are pretty used to turning off our Wi-Fi signals in our device whenever it sends out the low-battery warning. Well, that’s about to flip sides now. Soon, we may be switching on the Wi-Fi and searching for the hotspot for filling some juice into your devices. Thanks to researchers at University of Washington, we […]

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