Instagram wants to Curb Online Harassment with its New Feature

July 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Harassment on the online space is one big issue the social media world is facing today. But at least there are some trying to bring it down in a pragmatic way. Instagram, one of the world’s most favourite photo-hosting platform, is now up with a measure to take on online harassment. A new tool has […]

Yahoo Rolls Out Upgraded Version of its Messenger app for Desktops

July 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Yahoo’s first major move following its acquisition by Verizon is here. The company has launched a new upgraded version of its messenger app for desktop, which includes both Microsoft Windows, as well as Mac computers. The update for desktop version now follows the launch of the Yahoo Messenger app for iOS and Android devices, which […]

BlackBerry has a New Cheap and Secure Android, but Sans the Keyboard

July 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

So that’s it; Priv was the last of the batch to have stood as the reminiscent of the classic BlackBerry? We can’t be sure, but at least it seems that way, as BlackBerry has now announced a new Android device, and unlike Priv, there won’t be a classic keyboard to boast the BlackBerry trait. The […]

Family Library for Sharing Google Play Contents Goes Live

July 29, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android users can finally get to experience a Family Sharing-akin experience that is available on Apple for around two years. After having announced earlier this year, the Family Library feature for sharing eligible Play Store contents with other users have now been launched officially by Google. Google’s Family Library feature will be made available for […]

Xiaomi’s Redmi Pro Offers Cheap Bet for Dual-Lens Camera and OLED

July 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has presented a new smartphone which holds the potential of being the next budget king. The smartphone called Redmi Pro was announced at an event held in Beijing where they also revealed their first ever notebook device, the Mi Notebook Air. Xiaomi has presented the Redmi Pro quite contrary to the expectations, […]

Xiaomi Unveils First Ever Laptop with Discrete Graphics Support

July 28, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Xiaomi is finally up with what we all have been anticipating ever since its expansion to various arms of technologies other than smartphones. In an event held at Beijing, the Chinese manufacturer has revealed its entry into personal computer segment with the introduction of their new notebook, called Xiaomi Notebook Air. Thinking of the nomenclature […]

Corning Gorilla Glass Will Debut on Galaxy Note 7: Report

July 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Corning recently unveiled its latest display protection, the Corning Gorilla Glass 5. Despite having revealed that it would arrive during fall this year, Corning kept the other info undisclosed, like the device on which it could make its debut. But it seems like we have an answer for that now. According to a report from […]

Facebook’s Giant Solar-Powered Drone Makes its Maiden Flight

July 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s dream of providing internet access to over 4 billion people in the world is finally taking shape pragmatically. Aquila, the company’s giant internet drone, has just made its maiden successful test flight, surging the hope for a better internet-connected world in the near future. Facebook announced its massive internet drone program during March, 2015 […]

Swiftkey Launches New App that Can Predict Emoji Usage

July 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Swiftkey has launched a new keyboard app for Android and iOS users. Unlike its previous outputs, the new app is the one for those who finds a mess in finding out emojis from the bulky list available in their keypads. Called Swiftmoji, the new app comes with prediction capabilities for emojis. Once a word or […]

Mozilla Starts the Countdown Clock for Blocking Contents in Firefox

July 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Mozilla won’t be showing any mercy over flash contents from next year. As a part of it, the company has now revealed that its Firefox browser will start blocking irrelevant flash content from the browser platform starting next month. From August, Firefox browser will rip down those flash contents which it feels “not essential to […]

Corning Unveils Gorilla 5, the Savior of Smartphones from Great Falls

July 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Corning is up again with a bit of tweaks here and there with the chemical mixture. The company has now revealed their latest smartphone display protection glass that now proves to be superior above the rest by a great margin. Corning Gorilla Glass 5, according to the company, is designed to provide added support for […]

Withings’ $100 Infrared Thermometers Arrives after FDA Clearance

July 22, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Withings announced its Thermo infrared thermometer during March at CES, 2016. Now, the company has made it available for the consumers after grabbing clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration. The release now makes Withings Thermo arguably the best thermometer available in markets today. Unlike conventional thermometers, the Thermo uses a set of 16 […]

Meizu Unveils MX6, the Affordable Sibling to Pro 6

July 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After having appeared in numerous leaks over the past weeks, the Meizu MX 6 has now finally made its official public appearance. Chinese manufacturer Meizu has unveiled the device at an event that was held on Tuesday at Beijing. With a metallic design and a deca-core processor, the Meizu MX6 closely resembles the Meizu Pro […]

Create Personalized Emojis in Snapchat; Here’s How

July 21, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Pasting an emoji of oneself in Snapchat photos is something which a major share of Snapchat users have always wanted. Now, that will be a reality. Thanks to Snapchat’s acquisition of Bitstrips back in March that users can now experience personalized emoji of their own in the popular instant photo hosting app. Custom emojis made […]

Google Rolls Out Final Developer Preview for Android N

July 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android N, the latest smartphone OS version from Google, will be starting its roll-out by the end of this summer, which is quite early considering the usual yearly schedule of Android versions. As a part of this, the company has now rolled out the fifth and final version of the Android N developer preview, which […]

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