WhatsApp Working on Revoke and Edit Features for Sent Messages

December 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s always an awkward moment to have a message sent to a wrong contact in your list, be it in a messenger platform or through mails. Thankfully, mail providers are offering undo options to retrieve such unintentionally sent mails, and the step has been later adopted by many smartphone messaging platforms, with the latest one […]

Samsung’s Third-Gen Gear VR Headsets Likely to Rope in Augmented Reality

December 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Whether or not Augmented Reality will form the cornerstone of future technology is still a matter that is open to debate. Initial impressions of Magic Leap got fainted with the company reaching nowhere in terms of its optical technology development. As with Microsoft Hololens, the hefty price tag of $3000 makes it out of reach […]

Facebook Testing Couple of Interesting Features for Its Desktop Platform

December 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Every now and then, we see Facebook coming up with new features to be tested among closed group of users. Some of them see the end light, while others are left behind. The latest ones that are being tested are certainly features which many would wish to come out of the testing and to the […]

Google Updates Motion Stills iOS App with Support for Floating Texts

December 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Motion Still app for iOS was launched with one purpose; to flaunt its machine learning capabilities by pairing up with Live Photos in iPhones and iPads. Now, it’s further upping the features embedded in the app by rolling out a new update. With the latest version, the Motion Stills app will now be able […]

Huawei Magic is a Smartphone Packed with a Host of AI Features

December 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Right when we thought the curtains were down for this year’s smartphone launches, Huawei has pulled out a magic, literally. The Chinese manufacturer has now revealed its new Huawei Magic Pro smartphone, which has got its magic packed in the form of artificial intelligence. Spec-wise, the Huawei Magic is a decently packed smartphone that flaunts […]

Uber Now Has a Glowing Device to Ensure Riders Enter the Right Cab

December 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We have often seen software firms stepping on to hardware departments. The latest in this batch was Snapchat, which transformed itself to Snap Inc. with the launch of Spectacles. Now, Uber is following the suit with the launch of a new hardware product. But unlike the rest, Uber’s new hardware device will solely have the […]

Portable Sound System AmpMe Adds Support for Bluetooth Speakers

December 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

AmpMe was one simple app available for users to get music amplified by pairing and syncing them on smartphones. Now it’s getting even better as AmpMe is opening up its support for music streaming to Bluetooth Speakers. Streaming music over Bluetooth Speakers doesn’t require an external app. But AmpMe wants to reduce the burden of […]

Microsoft is Making Scripted Interactions More Interesting with Talking Bots

December 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chatbots can make you feel awkward sometimes, and this very feeling has led to the formation of a visible gap in communication between chatbots. But Microsoft is now psyching up to bridge that gap, and for this cause, they are powering up the chatbots in Skype with speech prowess. With the roll out of new […]

Microsoft Edge Browser to Follow the Suit by Ditching Flash by Default

December 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe Flash, the ageing internet platform, will soon be biting dust. The slow death of the platform was initiated by Chrome earlier, and now, Microsoft is joining the force by blocking Flash by default in its Edge browser. The upcoming release of Edge will default to HTML 5 whenever possible, showing the exit for Flash […]

Google is luring iPhone Users to Make the Android Switch with Google Drive

December 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The tussle between Google and Apple in the smartphone business got solidified earlier this year with the launch of Pixel smartphones. Now, nearly two months since the release of Pixel devices, Google is carrying the challenge forward by making it easier for iPhone users to switch to Android devices. Google’s new piece of trickery comes […]

Google Ushers in its IoT Endeavour with the Release of Android Things

December 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has often been giving the required leg up to IoT expansion with its range of interconnected products and services. Now it’s getting inside the domain more aggressively. The Mountain View Company has just started rolling out Android Things, an entirely new Android-based platform for the Internet of Things devices. The rolled out version is […]

Huawei to Embrace Bezel-less Trend with Upcoming Honor Magic

December 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Going bezel-less has swiftly become the trend among smartphone flagships these days. Xiaomi has already embraced the path with Mi Mix, and Apple and Samsung are said to be following the suit with their upcoming flagship devices. But much before the giants show up with their respective pieces, the tech world could witness the entry […]

Facebook Just Introduced a New Tool for Creating Custom Frames

December 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A lot of you might be aware of geofilters in Snapchat that lets you add location-based filters atop photos. Now, Facebook is having one of its own. The social media giants are taking yet another leaf out of Snapchat’s playbook by introducing a new filter tool that lets users create custom frames for their profile […]

Bluetooth’s New Version Arrives with Double Speed and Quadruple Range

December 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The next-gen batch of devices is gearing up to get smarter. Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has now revealed the latest evolved version of Bluetooth technology, called Bluetooth 5, with bettered capabilities over its predecessors like it was rumored before. The latest Bluetooth technology will now be arriving with double the speeds over the current […]

Windows 10 Finally Unites with ARM Processors without Sacrificing Traditional Desktop Apps

December 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not much long before, we had the Windows RT, which was Microsoft’s misfired attempt to join the hands of Windows 10 with ARM processors. The move to ditch the traditional Windows desktop apps in lieu of touch-based apps was welcomed with least interest. Now, they are rewriting its Windows RT story for the good of […]

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