Netflix’s Speed Test Now Available in Dedicated App Form for Smartphones

August 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nearly three months since the introduction of its speed test services, Netflix is now expanding the same with the introduction of a dedicated version app. Fast Speed Test app is now live for Android and iOS users to have a check with their data speed, and ensure that they have got the right speed for […]

Google Maps New Features are for Emerging Markets

August 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It might be on the top when considering navigation apps, but Google Maps still has got its own issues, and it reaches the peak when stepping down to lower end smartphones. But efforts from the Mountain View Company is now producing some better solutions for this. On Tuesday, Google announced its latest update for the […]

iPhone 7 Mobo Leak Reveals More Inside Details

August 10, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

iPhone 7 is not expected to be big in terms of comparison with its predecessor. But that doesn’t rule out the addition of some good features from the device. A new leak of the iPhone motherboard has now given us a deeper look into what the upcoming Apple smartphone will be packing inside, and it […]

Google is Stepping into Password Management with Dashlane

August 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Password manager Dashlane has announced a tie up with Google with which the duo will be bringing an easier password management setup for the Android users. Called Open YOLO, or You Only Login Once, the project will be aiming at providing an API that will let Android developers access password managers, which in turn will […]

Google is Shutting Down ‘Together’ Watch Face for Android Wear

August 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Together Watch face won’t be going together with Android Wear devices by next month. The company has announced that the Together Watch Face for Android Wear, Google’s take on Apple Watch’s Digital Touch, will be shut down by September 30. The announcement has been made indirectly within the app, and users notice the info […]

ZTE Wants You to Design Its Next Smartphone

August 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphone vendors always try to incorporate everything the users want in their smartphones. Still, they do miss out on many things, and ZTE has taken up a firm stance to ensure that they don’t miss out on such user cravings. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has now launched Project CSX, a program that will let customers […]

Facebook to Show the Way Out for Clickbait Headlines

August 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook want its platform to offer the most authentic communication. As a part of this, the company is spearing up a new tool that could unplug deceptive headlines from the social media. Facebook has now announced that it has developed a new algorithm to throttle clickbait that comes with misleading headlines to force people click […]

GoPro Hero 5 Leaked Video Reveals New Tidbits

August 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Only little do we know about GoPro’s Hero 5 camera. But a video that appeared on Vimeo and Reddit has now given us slightly more details about GoPro’s upcoming action cam. The 9-minute video doesn’t flash much info about GoPro’s hardware-software specifics. Yet, it does outlines the design of GoPro Hero 5 device, and also […]

Dropbox Paper Drops Closed Beta; Available Also in App Versions

August 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nearly a year since its introduction, Dropbox’s Paper services is now shedding its limited access. The company has now made its collaborative tool available for all users by shutting down the closed beta, alongside launching dedicated smartphone app. Dropbox says that Paper is now in its open beta stage, and will continue to hear from […]

Instagram Brings ‘Stories’ to take on Snapchat’s Ephemerality

August 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Everything Facebook does these days seem to have been aimed at taking down Snapchat’s towering popularity. The company, back in 2013, made a failed effort to acquire Snapchat. Ever since, Snapchat have been riding high in terms of user base expansion, and Facebook has been constantly giving checks by hurling rival services constantly. The latest […]

China’s Elevated Straddling Bus Hits the Road

August 4, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

By now, your eyes would have grabbed the scenes of a conceptual straddling bus floating in your social media account. The idea of that elevated bus got birth in China, and was introduced as a partial solution to bring down the heavy traffic in roads. The idea was so innovative that it grabbed all the […]

Samsung Galaxy A8 2016 Edition to Unleash Superior Performance over the Original

August 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung Galaxy A8 wasn’t a device that grabbed the South Korean company’s flagship status. But it still holds a special place, as the 2015 edition of Galaxy A8 was the first among Samsung devices to feature a uni-metallic design. Now, Samsung is all set to give a big boost to the series with the 2016-edition […]

Android Nougat Likely to Debut this September with LG V20

August 2, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We all know that Google’s Android Nougat OS for smartphones is just around the bend, with Google rolling out the final developer preview version a couple of weeks ago. What remained unknown was about the debut device of Android N. But now, that too has come out to the light with the latest announcement from […]

Google Maps for iOS gets Multi-Stop Route Feature

August 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google has announced that its multi-stop destination feature, which was made available for Android some while ago, is now ready for iOS devices. With this, users will be able to set up multi-stops to their journeys using three platforms; web, Android, and iOS. The function works quite similar to how it works in the Android, […]

Apple Watch 2 Likely to Free Up Interior Space with Thinner Display

August 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There aren’t any big changes anticipated for the upcoming iPhone edition that will be released this year. But that won’t be the case with the Apple Watch successor, as the Cupertino-based company is apparently lining up some spatial tweaks by trimming the display thickness. The word comes from DigiTimes, which reports that TPK Holding, the […]

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