Expandable Storage Returns in Samsung Galaxy S7 & its Edge Variant

February 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung has finally unleashed the flagships for which they have kept their recent months reserved; the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge. The two new devices appear to be pretty much the same as that have been showcased in the pre-launch rumours. Not many new features have made the jump into the device, and […]

Facebook Messenger Brings Multi-Account Support on Android

February 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Following the public roll-out of multi-account support on Instagram, parent firm Facebook has now decided to fetch the same for its messenger platform. The new update for Facebook Messenger means that the IM platform will now allow users to switch between accounts to have messages accessed without having continuous login/logout sessions. The Messenger support for […]

Microsoft Translator Upgrades Distinctly for Android and iOS

February 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft Translator is measuring itself up to Google Translator, for which they have introduced some unique upgrades now for the Android and iOS versions. Microsoft has introduced the updates as individual packs, so users of Android devices may not be able to enjoy what iOS users get new, and vice versa. The highlight of the […]

Neverware Fires up Your Shabby Laptops into a Speedy Chromebook

February 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Planning to ditch your old, sluggish laptops for a new one? If yes, Neverware, a New York-based start up is putting up a worthy deal for you. You may look away if Windows machine is what you looking for at any cost. With simple Cloud Ready software onboard, Neverware is offering you a chance to […]

Three-armed Drummers are for Real, Thanks to Robotic Limbs

February 20, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Rapid drummers always attract applause for their swift moves. The Georgia Institute of Technology is now bringing in some help from robotic technology to this arena. The institute has made three-armed drumming a realty using a robotic arm that fits well on the drummers’ shoulder. Project leader Gil Weinberg, who has previously worked for prosthetic limbs, […]

Bend It like Reflex, the World’s First Flexible Smartphone

February 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Everyone would like to have a flexible smartphone in their hands. Not just that it can free us all from the ‘bendgate’ worries, it can also be amusing. Now, a group of researchers from Canada are providing bigger reasons for having a flexible smartphone. Researchers from Queen’s University Human Media Lab have now revealed the […]

Redesigned Outlook.com Exits Preview; Runs on Office 365 Platform

February 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft is finally feeling confident about its attempt in overhauling Outlook.com. After having been put in the Preview mode for over eight months, Microsoft has decided it’s time for the broader roll out of its new design upgrades for Outlook.com. The default interface can now be replaced with the new and improved ones, which is […]

The Reason behind Apple’s Ditching of the 3.5mm Jack Sounds Absurd

February 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

What exactly did you think is the reason behind 3.5 mm jack shunning by Apple? To moot wireless headphone connectivity? No. Make it slimmer? No. Provide an extra-wide speaker? Bingo. But wait, seriously? Unfortunately, yes. The reason everyone pointed out for why Apple would have the 3.5mm jack axed from its future iPhones was that […]

Instagram Adds Extra Security Layer to Keep Hackers off the Bay

February 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Instagram has been letting down its users for long in terms of the security offerings during log-ins. This is particularly evident with the absence of a two-factor authentication system that has been adopted by almost all of the other platforms. But not anymore will they keep upsetting its wide user base. In an effort to […]

Hulu Strides on to Windows 10 with Cortana Support

February 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The current period is witnessing some giant leaps by Hulu. First, they had the premiere of their first-ever original drama, 11.22.63. Now, they are making a bigger expansion by joining a new platform along their ride to be a dominant force. It’s never a surprise though; it’s Windows 10 that has now joined the list […]

 LG Confirms Stylus Successor; Bows Out of Note Competition Yet Again

February 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was only a couple of weeks ago that we felt how lethargic LG was, ahead of the annual mobile gala at Barcelona. What they had up their sleeves was only a foldable case for the unconfirmed flagship G5 device. Fast forward to now, and it appears that the South Korean manufacturer have become the […]

Mattel Refined Cardboard Viewer Could Simply be the Best Out There

February 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There was nothing special when Mattel transformed its View-Master into a virtual reality gear last year. After all, it was just presented as a good-looking Google Cardboard device. But roll the calendars to the current date, and it seems like Mattel has really learned what it takes to lure the minds of the VR fanatics. […]

Google My Maps isn’t Dead; Receives First Major Update in Over a Year

February 16, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s time that we are reminded of the My Maps app from Google. Yes, it does exist, and it has now received one of its finest upgrades since launch – actually, it’s first in nearly two years. With this new update, the long-ignored custom map of Google has now been granted an entirely new look, […]

Google to Shut Down Picasa to Spur Google Photos Growth

February 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is breaking new ground under its new leadership. Unfortunately, this won’t go well with the long-term users of Google’s desktop image managing software, Picasa. In an effort to moot the flourishing of its Google Photos services, the Alphabet owned company has now decided to turn down the support for Picasa, a service that has captured […]

MyShake Helps Your Smartphone Double Up as a Quake Detector

February 15, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever wondered what a seismometer would be like?Ever thought it could be like a smartphone app?Can’t yet figure out what the deal is? Let’s put this straight. Scientists from UC Berkeley have come up with a new app which could be a future savior of humankind from earthquake disasters; a mobile seismometer. It doesn’t come […]

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