Adobe Post for iOS Adorns Your Images with Text and Graphic Add-ons

December 21, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe’s growing list of its standalone iOS apps has now got a new name added to it. This one is shot right for those who want a bit of graphic overlays in their image files. Called Adobe Post, the app draws a thick line from the previous entries like Adobe Voice and Adobe Slate that […]

Facebook Instant Article Strides on to Android

December 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The quick-loading articles from Facebook are finally showing up on Android devices. Instant Articles, a service launched by Facebook a few months back, has now hit all Android devices after being successfully introduced for iOS devices previously. With this update, Android users will now be able to read through quick loading articles from various publishers, […]

LG Prepping 4K Biggies for CES 2016

December 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

South Korean manufacturer LG has just teased some devices that will be unwrapped at the upcoming CES event. The first batch of debut-awaiting devices comes coupled with the computing world, and is likely to appeal hardcore gamers and multimedia adherents. The ones that are gearing up for debut include a set of 4K monitors and […]

Google Now on Tap Gets Overhauled with New Handy Additions

December 17, 2015, By Daniel Rapcencu

Google really wants to help you out with your holiday plans this season. First, they had their Inbox app updated with an option to share all your travel plans. And now, they are making it further easier for you to access all your flight information and other info. In their latest blog, Google has announced […]

Pebble Finally Musters Health App for Time Range of Smartwatches

December 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Pebble boasts the success of being the most funded project on Kickstarter back during its campaign. That essentially shows how people had fallen for the then offbeat smartwatch. But ever since the entry of multiple vendors including big players like Apple, Pebble has evolved from its traditional concept to offer features on par with its […]

Oukitel K10000 Smartphone is the New Battery Beast

December 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It seems like the tussle between smartphones and battery life is never-ending. Apple is trying to ease it out with charging cases, while other vendors that are coupled with Android are sticking with quick-charging features. And in midst of all that arrives Outikel, a Chinese manufacturer, with the best possible solution that could fix all […]

Share Your Travel Plans On the Go Now With Google Inbox

December 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We all know how much travel-friendly the Google Inbox app is. But Google is now going much beyond to make your travel plans reach out to your loved ones with just a tap, and that too, right in time for the holiday season. From now on, the Inbox app will let users share all their […]

Google App New Beta Update Makes Screenshot Sharing More Convenient

December 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google had a clear-cut objective when they launched the Now on Tap services; to make stuff easier on Android. They wanted everything to come under one umbrella with just a tap, and the latest feature runs the ability to snap and share screenshots instantly. The feature comes with the latest beta version of Google app […]

Xiaomi Redmi Note Prime Arrives with Improved Storage

December 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s Xiaomi up with yet another Prime version for one of its Redmi device. Much was speculated with the Xiaomi revelation and the grapevine was abuzz with talk of a new Xiaomi Redmi 2 Prime that would get introduced to the Indian market. But the Chinese manufacturer has decided to flip the table by bringing […]

Microsoft Band 2 Gets Spruced Up with Holiday Season Upgrade

December 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Band 2 is a device that hasn’t yet risen to the prolific level that other wristbands have. But Microsoft wants to brighten up things for their armband this Christmas. As part of this, a new update has now arrived for the device that now adds an element of multimedia to the rather fitness-concerned Band 2 […]

Google Android N Teased; Split-Screen Support Confirmed

December 14, 2015, By Daniel Rapcencu

It’s been just two months since Android Marshmallow started showing up on devices. The latest smartphone OS from Google has still got way to cover, with its share among Android devices being just under 1%. But that’s not stopping Google from getting involved with the next iteration; the Android N. Addressing queries about the newly […]

GoPro Now Lets Remote Snapping and Shooting via Apple Watch

December 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

GoPro is adding a new device to the list of controllers that can handle the action cam remotely, which already includes iPhones and other remotes. The newbie is also an Apple device, and seems like the most convenient way of starting and ending a GoPro session; by just simple taps on the wrist. Yes, it’s […]

Chromecast Audio Devices Can Now Be Synced for Multi-Room Playback

December 12, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s audio-dedicated version of its Chromecast dongle is one of the cheapest out there with which you can transform your old school speakers into Wi-Fi streaming ones. And now, the cheap Wi-Fi playback solution has become even worthier with the addition of some cool new features. With the new feature getting rolled out, you can […]

Making a Difference: Presslabs Offers Free WordPress Hosting for Romanian NGOs

December 11, 2015, By Sameer Kumar

One of the greatest gifts of a true democracy is the freedom of thought, expression, belief and the power to question those few at the top when there is a perceived injustice and lack of transparency. Despite Romania breaking the shackles of a dictatorial regime over 25 years ago, its path towards better future still […]

Cortana Exits Beta for Android and iOS; Cyanogen Edition Coming Soon

December 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Microsoft’s effort to augment its personal assistant service to a multi-platform arena has finally thrived in full form. The tech giants have finally pulled out its Cortana services out of the beta for Android and iOS devices. Following its decision to roll out Cortana for other smartphone platforms apart from Windows, Microsoft debuted the public […]

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