One plus 8 to official on Q2 2020

OnePlus is known for refreshing its so-called “flagship killer” every six months and the company wants to carry that forward in the future as well. OnePlus is going to launch the its upcoming flagship the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro some time in the second quarter of 2020, sticking to its six-month release cycle, according … Continue reading One plus 8 to official on Q2 2020

Here is the list of new features in the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta update

Samsung is committed to bringing Android 10 to almost all its latest Android smartphone. The company has recently pushed its first beta update of Android 10-based One UI 2.0 to Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e. The update brings a plethora of new features, and more importantly, you’ll love these new additions. QUICK SETTINGS, SMART THINGS … Continue reading Here is the list of new features in the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta update

Save the date :Xiaomi is launching MI note 10 with worlds first 108MP penta camera phone

Xiaomi has now confirmed that it will be launching the Mi Note 10 (will be known as Mi CC9 Pro in China) flagship smartphone on November 5, 2019 in China. The main highlight of the Mi Note 10 will be its penta camera setup on the back. Yes, the device will have five different cameras … Continue reading Save the date :Xiaomi is launching MI note 10 with worlds first 108MP penta camera phone

YouTube Gets 265 Mn Users Per Month in India Due to Growth In Vernacular Content

With more than 1,200 video creators in the country crossing the million-subscriber base, YouTube is experiencing a “staggering growth” in vernacular content consumption, said director of content partnerships of YouTube India, Satya Raghavan. The video-sharing website has over 265 million users per month in India currently and 60 percent of users come from outside the … Continue reading YouTube Gets 265 Mn Users Per Month in India Due to Growth In Vernacular Content

How did Apple’s Air pods go from mockery to creating a new category in the market?

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the revolutionary Sony Walkman, the cassette player that made music truly portable for the first time. Some of us are old enough to remember the ridicule that was initially directed at its distinctive orange foam headphones, and the people who chose to block out the outside world by … Continue reading How did Apple’s Air pods go from mockery to creating a new category in the market?

Are you an iPhone 5 user? Apple knows that you don’t want to update your old iPhone. But now they have found a way to force you to.

Back in December , Apple admitted that its iOS software slows down the performance of older iPhones, While the company claimed it’s to “counteract problems in ageing lithium-ion batteries”; it’s clear that their strategy is to back their customers into a corner, rather than actually giving them an incentive to upgrade. Those who don’t have … Continue reading Are you an iPhone 5 user? Apple knows that you don’t want to update your old iPhone. But now they have found a way to force you to.

Windows 10 Leaks confirm clamshell laptops support

Leaked internal Microsoft documentation has revealed new details around Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10X operating system announced earlier this month for foldable PCs. The documentation reveals minor details around some of the user experience changes and enhancements you can expect to see on Windows 10X, and also confirms what we’ve been hearing about how Windows 10X … Continue reading Windows 10 Leaks confirm clamshell laptops support

Android 10 and One UI 2.0 may come to Samsung flagships by end of this year

Have a Galaxy S10 or Note 10 variant? You may get your taste of Android 10 sooner than you think. The firm has started rolling out its beta test, but a statement made by Google and the Android team (spotted by BGR), means that users may see Android 10 before 2020. “Many manufacturers such as … Continue reading Android 10 and One UI 2.0 may come to Samsung flagships by end of this year

Trump is missing I phone’s home button and takes twitter to express his displeasure

Yesterday Trump took to Twitter to express his strongly held view that "the button" on the iPhone was much better than the current "swipe." "Swipe" presumably is a reference to Face ID and Swipe to Unlock. Donald Trump is of course no stranger to calling out political opponents, other nations and companies on Twitter, often … Continue reading Trump is missing I phone’s home button and takes twitter to express his displeasure

Microsoft beats Amazon to win the $10 Billion US Defense JEDI cloud contract

The US government has awarded a giant $10 billion cloud contract to Microsoft, the Department of Defense has confirmed. Known as Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI), the contract will provide the Pentagon with cloud services for basic storage and power all the way up to artificial intelligence processing, machine learning, and the ability to process mission-critical … Continue reading Microsoft beats Amazon to win the $10 Billion US Defense JEDI cloud contract

Will Apple buy Play station Vue as Sony mulls to sell it?

The Information reports today that Sony is exploring selling off its Playstation Vue service. This is the company’s streaming TV bundle service, competing with the likes of AT&T TV Now and Hulu with Live TV. Could Playstation Vue be an interesting acquisition target for Apple as it moves into streaming TV? The report explains that … Continue reading Will Apple buy Play station Vue as Sony mulls to sell it?

Apple TV app launches on Amazon Fire TV devices – Is Apple starting to explore other revenue options by launching their apps in other platforms?

Apple today released the Apple TV app for Amazon TV devices, starting with the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K and the older HD model. Support for Amazon Fire TV Cube, Fire TV (3rd generation penchant design) and some other models is coming soon. The TV app experience on Amazon’s platform mirrors the functionality of the Roku … Continue reading Apple TV app launches on Amazon Fire TV devices – Is Apple starting to explore other revenue options by launching their apps in other platforms?

Google Calendar on the web adds ‘meeting.new’ shortcut

Since last year, G Suite web apps have had a very convenient .new shortcut to quickly open a blank Doc, Sheet, Slide, and more. Google Calendar now supports this time saver for creating a new meeting. “Cal.new” is faster to type, but “meeting.new” might make more sense for people. This immediately opens the full-screen Create … Continue reading Google Calendar on the web adds ‘meeting.new’ shortcut

Google Go’s incognito new mode will now keep your search experience private

Google Go has now got a new privacy mode where the users will be able to keep their searches private. This new Incognito mode is aimed at users who keep on swapping between different smartphones or use a common phone that is used by many. This mode will not let other users access your searches. … Continue reading Google Go’s incognito new mode will now keep your search experience private