Geeksphone Pulls the Plug off its Smartphone Business

July 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As a customer, you often have felt the necessity of more intriguing features in smartphones, those which embrace the boundaries of innovations. It’s not any different with the manufacturers either. But it’s only with the progress of time they realize that blooming of such innovations becomes twitched in the teeming markets of smartphone industry. The […]

Buy Button from Google Goes Live on Smartphones

July 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

You have heard of it before, the Buy button from Google that would let you do away with e-commerce shopping in quick time. But those were like the voices from an unseen character. We never saw the option coming out in the search page even with rumors coming out like flash floods. Anyway, the unseen […]

Google Maps Now Lets You Sync Locations from PC to Smartphones

July 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Smartphones are turning out to be the new word for computing. From searches to e-commerce, online payments to social networking, everything across the internet world is now getting shrunk to attract small screens. The case is same even for map locations. But still, there are people who prefer the widescreen display while hunting for locations. […]

How Autonomous Vehicles Could Help Cut Down Emissions

July 18, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We do believe that EVs and Hydrogen cell vehicles are inching closer to be the future of automobiles. But equally anchoring on the forefront are autonomous vehicles, although being far behind the EVs in terms of commercial entry. Eco admirers might not want these to overtake the pace of green vehicles, but researchers are listing […]

Meerkat Update can Turn Viewers to Streamers for a Cameo Play

July 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Social media is all about sharing. All you pine for is to unfurl your bits and pieces for maximum reach within your circle, or sometimes even beyond. With the evolution of sharing came features like tagging, bonding multiple accounts under a single pin-up and the like. The latest app getting a hang of this feature […]

BBC Micro Bit Final Design Revealed; to Power One Million Kids

July 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BBC has come up with the final and full-fledged design of its pocket-sized computer, which would be heading out to about one million kids this October. Named Micro Bit, the device is made to encourage kids with the learning of coding, as well as come up with their own coding pieces for being programmed into […]

Vine iOS Update Lets You Post HD Videos

July 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

As assured back in the early months of this year, Vine has woken up the HD powers. A new update has now been released by the short video networking app that offers HD video uploads, as well as some new tweaks that would let users to peek into accounts outside of their friend book and […]

Insect Legs May Provide a Breakthrough in Aircraft Design

July 16, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

How does an insect get related with aircraft? They both fly, of course. But that not the sole line of bondage between the two, as scientists are now researching to fetch the stress-handling features of insect legs into aircraft design. Led by David Taylor, the scientists at Trinity College, Dublin, have been looking for the […]

Postmaster Tool from Gmail to Refine Spamming Stratagy

July 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Over the past so many years, the men at Google have been striving forward to crackdown on spam mails that land in your Gmail inboxes. So far, the work has been pretty good. But still, they believe the work is far from complete. The problem here is not with the arrival of spam into your […]

Hero4 Session is the Smallest Cam from GoPro

July 15, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

GoPro, the final word in current day action cam segment, has been seeking up for a bit of innovation with a compact cube-sized product, which the company was working on since 2011. And now after almost 4 years, the device has been hurled at the public. The latest action cams from GoPro, and the smallest […]

Microsoft Overhauls Bing Maps with Emphasis on Trip Planning

July 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Bing was never a top option for many when it comes to mapping places. It fitted right if it was only to route the destinations. With Google Maps coming in handy, many preferred not to make a switch to Bing, even for the sake of a try out. But here’s a new update that has […]

Google Lines Up Next Batch of Android One Devices, Tipped as the ‘Affordable Nexus’

July 14, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Forgot the Android One wave that was buzzed last year? Well, it’s returning. And this time Google is ensuring that it doesn’t get left beyond in the race with hefty competitors. Reports have emerged that a new Android One device is in the offing. The tech giants will be tying up with Lava in India […]

Xolo New Entry-Level Smartphone Era is Cheap, but Has a Grand Spec-Sheet

July 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Xolo is up again with an entry-level smartphone, which by its features look well set to lure the first-phone buyers in the market. Named Era, the device is being pushed in to the entry-level segment with a price of INR 4,444 in India and appears to offer a good value for the money. A quad-core […]

Table 8 App Lets You Make Peak-Time Reservations across Restaurants in NYC

July 13, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

New Yorkers often end up disappointed when hunting for a place in the restaurants during peak times. Appstores are being flooded with numerous apps for the purpose, but barely could they help you out if are to book a spot in the eleventh hour. Keeping this in mind, a new app has hit the app […]

Apple iPad Pro May Arrive this Year Packing Bigger Displays

July 11, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A new iPad is being put on the cards by the Cupertino company and it seems to be a lusty affair if we go by the built up rumors. Reports of a bigger display have been surfacing ever since Apple’s upcoming device got linked with split-screen multitasking. 12-inch ones were suggested, and now it’s almost […]

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