Apple Planning an iPhone 7s with 5-inch Display

December 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The upcoming year won’t be exclusive to iPhone 8 for Apple in regard with their smartphone launches. According to the latest rumors, the Cupertino Company is working on a 5-inch device that will arrive simultaneously with the iPhone 8 device. The report comes from Japanese supply outlet Mac Otakara, which claims that the new device will […]

LG Levitation Speakers Would be Able to Float for 10 Hours

December 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Levitation speakers aren’t totally new to the tech industry. They have been here for a while now. Yet, it has been missing the right push that was required to put it under the limelight. Now, South Korean manufacturer is giving the gadget the very push by launching its own product under the category. The company […]

Samsung is making up for the Note 7 Recall with a Big Galaxy S8

December 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung will most probably be ditching the Edge this time in its flagship for a ‘Plus’. Quite apparently, the Edge is getting disappeared only from the name, as both the Galaxy S8 devices launched this year would be coming with the curved display. This very adoption should considerably reduce the differences between the two devices, […]

Spotify’s New Update Makes it the Best Suitable App for Touch Bar

December 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s introduction of the Touch Bar for its upgraded Mac Book has split its users in two halves. Thankfully, app developers have been striving hard to fully integrate their apps with the Touch Bar and make most of it to cool down the angered ones. Now, we are having even more as Spotify is updating […]

Facebook is Overhauling ‘Nearby Friends’ with Wave Feature

December 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook is revamping its Nearby Friend feature that is packed under the ‘More’ option in the main app. As a result, the company is bidding goodbye to one of the main visual component of the Nearby Friends feature. With the new move, Facebook is chopping off the mapping feature that let users project their exact […]

Cyanogen to Call it a Day by Year-end; CyanogenMod to Live on as Lineage OS

December 26, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Cyanogen, the company that offered retouched Android OS in an effort to provide better versions of Android, has decided to cease its operations by the year end. The company will no more be rolling out newer Cyanogen OS versions, and will also stop offering any future updates to the current line-up of Cyanogen OS, starting […]

Google Confirms Launch of Its Non-Pixel Flagship Smartwatches

December 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s pair of flagship smartwatches, which has been on the rumor mills ever since the Google Pixel smartphone rumors initially popped up, is now turning into a reality. The pair of smartwatches will be brought out officially by the first quarter of 2017, confirmed Jeff Chang, product manager of Android Wear at Google. This coincides […]

BitTorrent Live P2P Video Service Finally Heads for Smartphones

December 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nearly six months after its debut, the BitTorrent Live video service is finally hitting the smartphone platforms. The app that offers live video contents is now available for iOS platform following a series of delays. The service will be making its debut in iOS with a collection of 16 live channels, which includes some popular […]

LG Returns with Its Affordable Stylus Series Smartphone

December 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG broke the pattern of coupling Stylus with ‘Note’ branded devices earlier with the launch of their Stylus series smartphones. The affordable series was launched with an aim of utilizing the digital pen capabilities with a decently packed performance. Now, after having launched two devices under the series, the South Korean company is up with […]

Trademark Paperwork Implies that Samsung Galaxy S8 Could Turn into a ‘Beast’

December 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have already spoken of how far Samsung could go in terms of specification for the upcoming Galaxy S8. Samsung is said to be molding its upcoming flagship into a powerhouse by maxing out the specifications, and it now appears that the company is not done with that alone. As per the newly leaked trademark […]

Samsung Galaxy S8 Render Images Flaunt Stunning Screen-to-Body Ratio

December 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s almost pretty must certain that Samsung will be going with more than just a few major revamps in its Galaxy S Series flagship this year. Listed among the bunch of additions that are said to be making its way are an improved AI assistant, 4K resolution, maxed specs, and finally, the edge-to-edge display. It […]

Facebook Introduces Live Audio Feature to Facilitate Interactive Audio Podcasts

December 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Over the recent times, Facebook has kept itself busy in enhancing services related to video, which included live video stream and 360-degree videos. But that hasn’t kept them away from improving other segments of the social media, and as a result, we are now having live audio stream feature getting introduced in the media-savvy platform. […]

Sony Speakers, TVs Tie the Knot with Google Home; Will Now Obey Ok Google Commands

December 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you thought Google Home to be not-so-worthy gift for Christmas, you might have to rethink your decision. Google’s adorable Echo-akin speaker is finally stepping up the game by expanding its support for new devices. Kick-starting the list is Sony, which will be offering third-party support for Google Home speakers through its range of speakers […]

Google’s Search App Could Soon Get Some Data Friendly Features

December 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s default search app for Android devices might soon have a couple of new features to aid data savvy users. The company is now testing three new features through its new beta version available for some users, and two of those new features is being offered keeping in mind low-data situations. The prime feature is […]

Vine’s Short Looping Videos Will Outlast via a Rebranded App

December 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The news of Vine facing the axe sent many to dismay, and it seems like Twitter wants to console those weeping hearts. A new announcement from the parent company has now confirmed that the short looping video service will be living on, but not like it was before. According to the blog post, users will […]

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