Apple Mulls True Wireless Headphone for iPhone 7

January 14, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The rumors we heard some time ago are inching closer to a confirmation. Apple iPhone 7 won’t feature a 3.5mm headset jack. Instead, Apple has now decided to bring wireless headphones that would stay true to its name unlike the currently available wireless headphones. With the cache supply from Beats, a company Apple acquired two […]

Peach App is Making Everyone Go Crazy

January 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Dom Hofmann, the creator of Vine, is up with a new app he describes to be fun and simple to keep up with your friends. It, in fact, is becoming an instant hit among iOS users. Peach, as it is called, is a simple messaging up that draws up a bit of elements from apps […]

BMW Motorrad HUD Helmet is Futuristic

January 13, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

How about playing the role of Iron Man when riding your motorcycle? You needn’t have an iron-cast armor for that. All it requires is the new futuristic helmets from BMW. No, there won’t be Jarvis or any fireworks attached to this helmet. Instead, this one pops up information for your ride right in front of […]

Google Project Tango to Debut this Summer in a Lenovo Smartphone

January 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Project Tango from Google was revealed nearly two years back. And at CES 2016, we had the confirmation that the augmented reality feature for smartphones is nearing its first ever outing in a smartphone. The feature will get first spotted in the upcoming smartphone from Lenovo. The announcement was made jointly by the two companies […]

Snapchat Calls Halt to the Much-Loved Lens Store 

January 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat started off the New Year with an announcement that could upset a majority of its user base. The much popular Lens feature is now getting pulled down by the company. Snapchat knows what Lens means for its users. It’s not something that has got to do with convexes or concaves, but a simple filter […]

Twitter to Bid Farewell to Character Limit on Tweets

January 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The 140-character limited updates stand out as one of the trademark features of Twitter. But soon, the company will be putting an end to that. The limit on Tweet characters is now reported to be raised by the micro-blogging platform to 10,000 characters. That’s same as that in the Direct Message feature introduced by Twitter, […]

Time for Retirement, Microsoft Tells Older Internet Explorers

January 11, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The lifeline of older versions of the Internet Explorer will soon get narrowed down to a straight line. Microsoft is finally calling it a day for its long running browser that has been drowning deep down in terms of popularity in the recent years. It’s the versions 8, 9 and 10 of Internet Explorer that […]

Intel Reveals Next-Gen Compute Sticks with the Skylake Might

January 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

CES 2015 saw Intel revealing the Compute Stick PC-transformation dongle to the world and it came powered by Intel Atom processors. A year has passed since then, and the gap has now forced Intel to bring some strong and essential changes to its cheap computing stick. The very vital overhaul Intel has brought onto Compute […]

Instagram 3D Touch-Alternative for Android Returns in the Latest Update

January 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Android devices are yet to enjoy any pressure-distinguished touch features. But there are some impatient app developers out there who have gone in pursuit of some alternatives in Android, and one among those is the development team of Instagram. A previous beta roll out initially teased the new touch-feature alternate for Android, called Peek, but […]

New App Tells You Why Your Baby is Crying

January 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Being a baby whisperer is not a hard thing anymore, at least to know the reason for those baby screams. Thanks to a team of Taiwanese researchers from National Taiwan University Hospital Yunlin, even the most unskilled parents can now master the skills in infant cry recognition. A new app, called the Infant Cries Translator, […]

Withings Brings in a Cheaper Wearable with the New Go Fitness Tracker

January 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

French health product vendor Withings has been enduring the fitness-wearable market for quite a time. But it seems like the company is feeling the market swing towards cheaper, but efficient range of products. For this reason, they are now stepping down to the ‘cheap range’ of fitness tracking devices that start with the new Withings Go […]

Lenovo’s Latest Vibe Comes with Front LED Flash

January 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A selfie-dedicated smartphone doesn’t come quite often; but it’s something inevitable. This very fact is what has been underlined with the arrival of the new Lenovo Vibe S1 Lite. The sibling to the flagship device from Lenovo carries the tag of Lite along with it, but doesn’t cut down on the weight like it sounds. […]

Nvidia Computing Expertise will Now Aid Driverless Cars

January 6, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was only last month that Google’s autonomous car got ticketed by the cops of LA. Nearly after a month, someone else from the tech world is having thoughts of wiping out any such instances with self-driving cars. Nvidia, the CPU and GPU manufacturers, are the one that have now shown up to do their […]

Samsung Start-Up Experiments Set for CES

January 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Not many know about Samsung’s in-house start-up called Creative Lab program. But they will be well-known, once the first batch of devices nurtured under the C-Lab program make their debut during CES in Las Vegas. At the consumer expo to be held during the week, the South Korean tech vendor will be presenting a trio of experimental […]

Twitter for Mac Finally Gets Overhauled with ‘New’ features

January 5, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Such has been the update weight age of Twitter for Mac devices that it felt like the social media platform was nearly forgotten that they existed in Mac. But no, that’s not the case. After two years of inert period, Twitter for Mac is getting some major updates. The refinements arrive with the latest version, […]

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