Google to Add ‘Buy’ Button on Mobile Search Results Soon

May 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s desire to burst forth into an e-commerce platform is now guiding the company to introduce a new feature, which could be another huge leap on that domain. Reports suggest that the tech giant is all set to bring out a new ‘buy’ button to cut down e-shopping into a rather one-click process. In most […]

Qualcomm’s AllPlay Audio Module Now Ushers  in In-Built Bluetooth Support

May 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Qualcomm has finally taken heed of the cravings of some of its vendors. A new upgrade has now been announced for its Specialized Audio Module, which brings in features like connectivity additions and re-streaming, additional custom settings and optimized sync. Connectivity additions include Bluetooth re-stream support as well as line-in auxiliary support to bolster the […]

CHIP, the Cheapest Computer in the World, is Now Up for Crowdfunding

May 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever thought of a computer that costs just one tenth of the so-called cheap tablets? That’s what a group named Next Thing Co. wants to offer; a computer at the price, or even less than what a thumb drive or memory card could cost. Named the CHIP, this computer is an essential computing machine that […]

You Can Pre-register Upcoming Apps on Google Play Store Now

May 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Did you happen to notice a new ‘Pre-Register’ signboard under certain apps while surfing inside Google Play Store? Then you have just you bumped into the upcoming app by Glu mobiles. Google has introduced a new feature in its Android app store that lets users pre-register upcoming apps. Apps that are ‘Coming Soon’ will have […]

Google Wants to be Your Home Door Delivery Platform for Food Too

May 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Legend has it that search  is best on Google, which is quite unanimously agreed upon by the global community. Now that gets a true accreditation even with restaurant searches, as you may not want to surf plenty through the restaurant sites for placing home delivery orders now with Google. Google has added a new feature […]

Apple May Offer Free Trials in its Upcoming Music Stream Service

May 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The launch of a music stream app by Apple was being speculated for long and that had been born out of hopes after the acquisition of Beats by Apple. As we near the annual developer conference, which will be taking place next month, it is almost plain and open that Apple will be debuting its […]

ZTE Nubia N9 Takes Bezel-less Display Tech to New Heights

May 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone vendors, at the moment, think it’s the right time to get rid of the bezels from their products. Quite an impossible task it is, but to an extent they are managing to do that by faking bezel-less displays. The latest to join the line is ZTE, which has crafted the work aptly so as […]

Flickr Goes Through an Overhaul; New Features Accessible from Multiple Platforms

May 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Yahoo’s massive update of Flickr will bring  a number of tidbits that will assist you in sharing, viewing and accessing of imagery database on the photo sharing platform. The update has been made for desktop, web and mobile access, through which users will now have access to a new search tool, upload tool and also layout […]

Oculus Shakes Up Things with Announcement of Release Date for Rift VR Headsets

May 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Oculus Rift, which kick-started the virtual reality technology, is finally having its shape and size in full form. After carrying through a prolonged period inside the box, the VR device is finally entering mass scale consumer-reach by next year. Facebook, the parent company of Oculus Rift, has announced that the aim is to launch Rift […]

Samsung May Go 4K with Galaxy Note 5

May 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

All the hype surrounding the Galaxy S6 have now settled. It’s time that we shift the epicenter to the next big Galaxy from Samsung. It’s still months of work pending before Samsung pulls the wrap off the next iteration in Note series, but rumors are that it’s to arrive big. Geeks are suggesting that Note […]

Next Iteration of Android OS to Debut this Month at Google I/O Conference

May 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

In case you own an Android device, the odds are that you might be still waiting to embrace the Lollipop update. Devices bestowed with the Android L OS form only a scarce population among the list.  But even in that scenario, Google is striving to pull out the next big iteration of its Android OS. […]

Casings from Nikolas Labs Can Charge Your Smartphone with Radio Waves

May 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever wondered what it would take to build a battery that requires zero charging throughout its life? We all must have dreamed of such a blessing that could put the hassling cables or wireless charging technologies dumped to the shelves. Evolution of technology has solved countless puzzles, and a new startup is now up to […]

Sony’s PlayStation Now Services to Hop on to PS3 Consoles Next Week

May 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Every time Sony takes a step in the direction of its modern day platform, a beat is skipped in the hearts of PS3 console adherents. But here’s something from Sony that will soothe their ears. Starting this May 12, PS3 users in the US will be able to lay their hands on the older console […]

Meet Greased Lightning; NASA’s Hybrid Innovation that Propels Flight Mechanism

May 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not all hybrid technologies are bound to be pecking around the ground surface all the time, some are meant to be propelled up to the sky too. We are speaking of NASA’s new technical shake up that puts together the flight modes of a helicopter and an airplane. The name is GL-10; Greased Lightning with […]

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