Huawei Unveils Mid-Range Nova Series with Premium Features

September 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Huawei is at it again, bringing out their best in the mid-range segment to woo the global audience. The Chinese manufacturer has now unveiled their new Nova series of devices ahead of IFA, that packs an array of premium features despite it being shot at the mid-range segment. Two new smartphones have been introduced by […]

Google’s Hardware-Centric Event to Unveil Pixel Smartphones Along with the Rest

September 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is pulling the strings ahead of Apple this time. The tech behemoth has now scheduled its event for September 4, which will be bringing out a number of new hardware from the company along with its much awaited Pixel smartphones, previously said as the Nexus devices. It was earlier reported that Google will be […]

Apple Teases iPhone 7 Ahead of September 7 Event

September 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The wait for the official unveiling of iPhone 7 devices will finally be concluding next week. Apple has now sent out invites for its event scheduled for September 7, in which the Cupertino Company is heavily anticipated to introduce its iPhone 7 devices to the public. Apple hasn’t disclosed any info about the event or […]

Google is Putting an End to Nexus Branding with Sailfish and Marlin

September 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is taking a big deviation with its Nexus smartphones this year – there won’t be any Nexus devices this year. Apparently, Google’s new range of Nexus device will be more a Google device rather than Nexus or HTC. Sailfish and Marlin, Google’s prospective  Nexus devices for 2016, are now said to be lacking a […]

Google Makes Cast Services Native on Chrome

August 31, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has announced that Google Cast, or previously Chromecast, will now be available built-in on Chrome browsers. This will let users access TV streaming services using the browsers without the need of having any external plug-ins installed or adjusting the configurations. When on the same network as a Cast device, Chrome browsers will now by […]

Fitbit Lines Up Successors for Flex and Charge HQ Fitness Trackers

August 31, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Fitbit has announced the addition of two new fitness trackers to its existing series; the Fitbit Flex 2, the first ‘swim-proof’ fitness tracker from Fitbit, and Charge 2, the sequel to the best-selling fitness tracker from the company. Along with the improved hardware and design features, the two new successors also feature a host of […]

Philips Hue Gets Automated with a New Motion Sensor

August 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Owners of Philips Hue can now get relieved, as the company is bringing up an add-on to solve all your hands-free demands. Philips is now introducing a $40 motion sensor accessory for home owners to have their home lighting further automated. Packed in a small white casing, the new Philips Hue motion sensor add-on runs […]

How to Enable Night Mode and Freeform Apps in Android N

August 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android N is finally having its official rollout on Nexus devices, and people have already started enjoying the new features loaded in the new Android outing. Those who have used the developer preview version might have noticed some missing in the final Android devices. This is because Google has opted not to fully load some […]

Apple Working on a Curved Display iPhone for Next Year

August 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple will be likely following the footsteps of its rival Samsung, according to new reports. The Cupertino Company is now said to be working on curved display technology for its iPhone devices that will arrive next year with big overhauls. The curved organic light emitting diode will be similar to what we have seen in […]

Now, Apple Stepping in to Take on Snapchat with a Rival App

August 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s unique how Snapchat created its own space among the social networking space. After being introduced as a quirky app, Snapchat has gone on a surging ride with its ephemerality that has lured even the giants like Facebook. Now, another tech behemoth is getting inspired with the quick success of Snapchat and the platform of […]

Xiaomi Unveils Redmi Note 4 with Minor Revamps over Its Predecessor

August 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The much anticipated sequel to the Redmi Note 3, one of Xiaomi’s hot-selling phones, has now been unwrapped by the Chinese manufacturer. Contrary to expectations, Xiaomi has kept Redmi Note 4 pretty close to its predecessor with how its built. Featuring a 5.5-inch display, Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 comes with a Full HD resolution of […]

Google Adds Couple of Playable Games in Its Search Engine

August 27, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Doodle is not just the only way for you to add a bit of flair when Googling things. The search engine has now presented a new way for players to get interactive with the search window, this time in the form of playable games. Google is now letting users play games when searching for […]

Microsoft Garage has a New App that Bookmarks Internet Content

August 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s not always the best idea to bookmark or save an entire page for noting a text snippet or image when on the go. That’s why we have organizational apps stepping in to ease our internet content management. Now, Microsoft too is stepping into the space with their new app, called Cache. Cache is the […]

Prisma Neural Network Powered Filters Go Offline

August 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Users will no long require an internet connection to have their images re-touched the Prisma way. The viral image-filtering app has now announced a new update through which it brings offline processing support in smartphones. What makes the update special is that it’s for the first time an app is making its neural network AI […]

Facebook’s New Lifestage App is for College Kids

August 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Remember how Facebook started its journey in 2004? Back then, it was never a social media platform accessible for all, instead, the platform was meant for networking college students. The platform has gone beyond ages ever since, but it’s now dedicating a new platform to create a similar network among college kids. It’s called Lifestage, […]

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