Google Maps is great for figuring out how to get to places. It’s less great for actually planning the places you want to go. If you wanted to save a location in Google Maps, for years your only option was to add a little star icon. Google’s improving this process now by letting you add places to custom lists, share their lists with others and... Read More
Are you wearing a smartwatch? While traditional watches tell the time, Android Wear watches make the most of your time. Android Wear 2.0 has been formally and officially launched, with Google pulling the covers off the new smartwatch software. The LG Watch Style and the LG Watch Sport are the lead devices for the updated platform and both are... Read More
Android 7.1.2, Google’s latest maintenance release for Android Nougat, was released to compatible devices merely few days back and new features from the new build are slowly being reported. which Google said will roll out as a public beta starting today. Following the global release of Android 7.0 Nougat back in August, Google confirmed... Read More
A radical advancement in the S4 is the touch-less gesture control.
The thing that first strikes you about the S4 is that it feels so much lighter in your palm than the S3. Surprisingly, the actual difference between the two is a mere three grams. That’s just one of the many delights of the phone that’s an achievement in Android-powered... Read More
The “Gold Edition” actually includes two shades, dubbed “Gold Pink” and “Gold Brown,” that will be available for the Galaxy S4 in UAE.
The South Korean giant isn’t about to let the iPhone 5S outshine its own smartphone. Just after the launch of Apple’s device in a ‘Gold’... Read More
But this last ditch effort to help the company survive is being used by millions of people. It’s a logical move and doesn’t come as a surprise, but it might be too little, too late.
As announced in Jakarta, Blackberry has launched its messaging app, BBM, on both iOS and Android. The official launch was delayed.
Losing a billion... Read More
It seems Narendra Modi is all over India. With 2014 general elections pending, Narendra Modi has already invaded the social networking space in a huge way. Now a group called Smartnamo, which called itself independent, has announced two smartphones, namely Smartnamo Saffron 2, Saffron 1. The Saffron 1 will be available in two variants.
“All the... Read More
Samsung has announced the launch of a special edition Galaxy Tab 3 tablet for kids. This special edition tablet is aimed at offering fun and easy learning to kids by providing an exciting way of grasping information. The tablet, called Galaxy Tab 3 Kids, comes with special applications and features designed specifically for children... Read More
Camera phones today feature advanced optics, complex image sensors and a whole lot of new technology running inside them that can easily give some serious competition to any dedicated camera. With megapixels now reaching the 13 megapixel range today digital cameras are having a tough time selling in the numbers that they used to earlier. So while there... Read More
Motorola’s “Moto X”, the cellphone maker’s first flagship device since Google bought the company in 2012, stands out in a crowded market due to its customizable colors and materials, yet stops short of being an “iPhone killer,” reviewers said.
The highly anticipated Moto X is Motorola’s latest... Read More
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Alibaba Group, whose expected IPO could value the e-commerce company as high as $100 billion, has banned its customers from using Tencent Holdings’ popular WeChat mobile messaging app to do business on Alibaba sites like Tmall and Taobao.
Some merchants have been using WeChat to directly... Read More
Samsung, which has been quite aggressively launching smartphones in the last couple of months India, is expected to launch range of Galaxy Tab 3 tablets at an event in Delhi.
Also, today morning Samsung tweeted a teaser image of Galaxy Tab 3 along a message that read, the brand new Samsung GALAXYTab3 is soon, very soon, coming to... Read More