There’s an App to Replicate MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar for Other Mac Devices

November 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The recently launched MacBook Pro flaunted one peculiar addition; the touch-responsive Touch Bar that replaced the physical function buttons. This was one flagship addition in the upgraded MacBook Pro, but that doesn’t mean it’s an exclusive feature. A new app called Touch Bar Demo is now up to hand other Mac users the taste of […]

Microsoft Wants to Glamorize Your Selfies with its New Android App

November 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is launching a new app for the Android ecosystem, and it’s called Microsoft Selfie. Thankfully, there will be no deception with its name this time from Microsoft; the app hits directly for the selfie lovers. Microsoft follows the suit of all the selfie apps out there for Android, handing users to stylish their selfies […]

Facebook to Complete ‘Snapchat-Mimic’ Trilogy with WhatsApp

November 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you’ve thought Facebook is done with their Snapchat mimicking, you are wrong. The company is now apparently testing a similar feature on WhatsApp to express its true love for the ephemerality brought in by Snapchat. According to the latest reports, WhatsApp, the most popular messenger platform in smartphones after Facebook Messenger, is now testing […]

Samsung Galaxy S8 to Pack In-house AI Digital Assistant

November 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The battery hassle of Galaxy Note 7 had sent Samsung absolutely scampering, and the company is now putting all its effort to regain its usual pace in the tech industry with the upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S8. There have been many off-the-beat technologies being rumored for the next big Galaxy, but only a few have […]

LastPass Opens Up Free Password Sync across Devices

November 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The idea of trying out a password manager doesn’t always sound safe to users. There are obvious security threats; but at least, the providers are trying to overcome those by introducing quite alluring features, and LastPass is just doing exactly the same. After having been open to hacking previous year, LastPass is now aiming to […]

Google’s Daydream View VR Headset Arriving Next Week

November 3, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Daydream View, the in-house headset from Google that’s built on the Daydream virtual reality standard for Android, will have its first outing soon. The first hardware standard that comes as a part of the Daydream standards has now been confirmed for a release on November 10. Daydream View headset will be initially made available only […]

Twitter Direct Message Now Gets Support for Chatbots

November 3, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Twitter is going through some major overhauls in terms of projecting the social media platform into newer heights. As a result, the company is launching a new feature to ease business and brand interactions carried out through the Direct Message feature within the platform. Twitter has now revealed the support for chatbot-like services that will […]

Chrome for Android Soon to Receive a Much Needed Design Overhaul

November 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chrome for Android will soon have a new design overhaul, and it makes me wonder why Google took so long to have this rejig put in place. It’s just a minor revamp in terms of design, but the impact it will have on the users will certainly be big With the new reforms, Chrome will […]

LG G6 to Feature Combined Iris Scan Technology with the Front Cam

November 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG’s upcoming flagship G6 has been already in the news for it ditching the modular concept. But not everything is getting ditched with the flagship; there are some cool additions too. And one among them is the introduction of an iris scanner. As we all know, iris scanning is the next stage of secure authentication […]

Vine Co-Founders Come up with Hype, a Live Video Stream App

November 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The announcement of Vine’s demise was not well met with the internet fans. There were plenty of reasons, with the most prominent one being that it was the app that introduced many to video sharing; a feature which the modern world is heavily addicted to. But not all the news that babbled Vine this week […]

Facebook is Finally Having a Direct Shot at Snapchat’s Ephemerality

November 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After a series of experiments and attempts with its sub-platforms, Facebook has finally decided that it’s time –  to up the ante against the rivals head to head. The social media platform is finally introducing a new feature that would entirely mimic Snapchat’s popular feature. According to reports, the company will soon overhaul the in-app […]

Apple’s Upgraded MacBook Pro Flaunts Touch Bar and Touch ID, but Ditches SD Slots

October 31, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s MacBook event has finally got the wraps uncovered off its new MacBook Pro device, giving the anticipated ones a fruitful result for their wait. The upgraded MacBook Pro now arrives with quite a few surprises and a mix of features that got circulated in the previous rumors. The finest upgrade is the introduction of […]

Twitter Vine App Video Services Being Taken Down; Uploaded Videos to Stay

October 31, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Vine video services, the former favorite of fans for instant short videos, is facing the axe upon nearing the completion of four years of service since its introduction in January 2013. The short video sharing platform will no longer have the app version accompanied, ending the support for creation and upload of Vine videos. Twitter […]

Microsoft Unleashes Sheer Power with its New Surface Book i7

October 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There were quite some concerns over whether Microsoft would have its Surface department forgotten in the midst of its Windows 10 endeavors. But thankfully, Microsoft hasn’t made those worries turn true, as the company has come forward with what we can call the most powerful Surface Book device. The new Surface Book i7 is the […]

Google Updates Allo with Quick Reply and App Shortcuts

October 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Allo was introduced after much anticipation. But all those got grudged with the app appearing in a beta-akin format upon its release. However, Google did assure of continuous update to nurture the Allo experience, and here they are with the first major update for Google Allo ever since its release. Allo v2.0 doesn’t overhaul […]

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