Skype for iOS Adds Split-Screen Multitasking and Quick Reply Features

October 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s another app that has decided to thrive on the recent iOS 9 features. After having updated its services for Android, Mac and PCs, Skype is now reaching out for the iOS users. With the new 6.3 update, Skype is joining the growing list of apps that exploits the split-screen feature in iOS 9. With […]

TiVo Bolt DVR Lets You Skip Commercial Breaks

October 8, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Video recorders are those devices you barely expect to get updated, at least when compared with the pace of evolution of TVs and set top boxes. But DVR provider TiVo is absolutely nailing it too. They have now announced a new digital video recording device called the Bolt. As it sounds, it does give a […]

Samsung Galaxy S7 to Reunite Flagship Series with Qualcomm

October 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The in-house Exynos chipset was something that rocked the smartphone capabilities in Samsung Flagship smartphone, Galaxy S6. With combined octa-core powers, Exynos 7420 was rated the fastest smartphone chipset on this planet by both geeks and the benchmarks. With that said, we definitely expected that Samsung would stick with the same chipset technology for its […]

 Tweetbot 4 for iOS Brings Some Anticipated Updates for iPads

October 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Ever since iOS 7 made the touchdown, it was like iPad devices were left far behind by Tweetbot, the third party service provider of Twitter. Lack of updates, extremely unmatched design interface – the reasons were many for the iPad users to revert to the first party app services from Twitter. But Tweetbot is finally […]

Facebook to Let You Put Up Live Profile Pictures

October 6, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The tiny little box on your Facebook Timeline is coming to life. Following the trends elsewhere, Facebook has now decided to let users display live pictures, or as they call profile videos. Short-life videos can now be looped to form your display picture in Facebook, and each loop will have a life of around seven […]

LG V10 Arrives with Dual-Screen and Dual Front Cams

October 6, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

While Samsung played with the thought of stretching screen displays to the edges, LG is rejigging those thoughts, and is upping the extension to the top. LG’s new V10 smartphone has now made its debut alongside LG Urbane Watch 2, presenting an entirely new concept of dual-screen usage in smartphones. Launched as a phablet, LG’s […]

Samsung to Pull the Plug Off Milk Video Services this November

October 5, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s going to be November Blackout for all Milk fans out there. Samsung has decided to pull the wires off its Galaxy-exclusive video streaming app from November. The manufacturer has now announced that Milk, an app that was designed for Galaxy users to have video streams, is now set to meet its doomsday on November […]

LG Watch Urbane 2 Unveiled; First Ever Android Wear with LTE

October 5, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s just over six months since LG revealed their Watch Urbane smartwatch, but they are up with their second edition in the series. LG Watch Urbane 2 has been announced by the South Korean manufacturer with some hefty improvements and additions, including LTE support in its smartwatch successor. That makes it the first ever Android […]

LG Gram Light Weight Laptop Debuts in the US  

October 3, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s quite plain and open that LG’s laptop segment had never had been resonating in the same frequency as of its remaining segment. Quite frankly, many still remain unaware of the fact that they have been into the portable PC segment, and one such market which has completely remained oblivious to LG laptops was the […]

AmpMe Can Make Your Smartphones Roar Collectively at Blasting Volumes

October 3, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We all know how hard it is to crank up the volumes in our smartphones. That’s why we prefer it the least to play some music even when having no other music amps at our disposal. But surprisingly, there’s a cool solution to tweak this out. Some cool minds have now put up a new […]

Roku 4 Spotted in FCC Listing with High-End Stream Capabilities

October 2, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It appears that set-top box manufacturer Roku is not in the mood to stand back and watch the show being controlled by the rest. A new flagship stream-box device is now reportedly in the offing, and it’s to take on rivals with a bang. Things are now getting boiled up as a recently spotted FCC […]

Hipstamatic App on iOS Gets Brushed Up with Added Features for iPhone 6S

October 2, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The 3D touch feature in iPhone 6S was much anticipated to make the developers go deep down, and here they are showing up with the results. One among the first batch of apps to show the support for the new feature is Hipstamatic, the retro capturing app that still remains a favourite among many loyal […]

Invite iOS App from Microsoft to Ease the Task of Scheduling Meetings

October 1, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s an app from Microsoft that has hit iTunes before appearing in its own Windows Phone market, or Android. It’s called Invite, and it’s arriving to relieve you from the concerns of scheduling group meetings. With an aim to organize meetings on the go, Invite lets organizers schedule a list of dates and times to […]

Samsung Gear VR Headset Comes Cheaper; Adds Smartphone Support

October 1, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Revamping a device with improved features often gives manufacturer a reason for a price hike. But then, Samsung is going against the trend, with their newly announced Gear VR. At the recent Oculus Connect conference, Samsung made a big leap in the field of VR with their newly announced $99-priced Gear Virtual Reality headset, powered […]

Google Pixel C Convertible Tablet Likely to be in Your Hands this Holiday Season

September 30, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As you know already, Google unboxed their new range of Nexus devices; the Nexus 5X from LG and the bigger Nexus 6 6P from Nexus-debutant Huawei. But what came as a surprise at the launch event was the onset of a new convertible, which Google lovingly calls the Pixel C. Just like the Nexus devices, […]

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