Apple said to revamp Find my Phone app, launch tracking hardware

The Cupertino tech giant Apple is right now busy with a lot of things — 2019 iPhones, iOS13, WWDC June Keynotes and much more. Amidst this, Apple is revamping its Find My Friends and Find My iPhone apps under the codename “GreenTorch”. Continue reading “Apple said to revamp Find my Phone app, launch tracking hardware”

Instagram could hide the number of likes on photos

In a recent development, Facebook-owned Instagram is considering hiding the number of likes a post gets. This unreleased feature was first noted by social media researcher Jane Manchun Wong, who constantly discovers hidden changes within social media applications. Continue reading “Instagram could hide the number of likes on photos”

2019 iPhones with triple rear cameras said to feature major camera upgrades

The yet-to-be-launched 2019 iPhones are rumoured to come with 12-megapixel single-lens front cameras. It was reported by well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently. If this turns out to be true, then it’s a massive bump from 7MP from the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. Continue reading “2019 iPhones with triple rear cameras said to feature major camera upgrades”

Google rolls out ‘search app and browser options’ to Android users in Europe

With few changes made on licensing to comply with the European Commission’s ruling last year, Google has started rolling out new screens to Android users in Europe with an option to download search apps and browsers. Continue reading “Google rolls out ‘search app and browser options’ to Android users in Europe”

Samsung rolls out dedicated Night mode for Galaxy S10 along with April security patch

Samsung launched its much-hyped Galaxy S10 series of smartphone across the globe a few weeks back. Just like its predecessor, the S10 series got a thumbs up from critics and masses alike. Ever since Samsung launched its One UI, it has been gaining traction especially for smooth, clean and minimal interface. Continue reading “Samsung rolls out dedicated Night mode for Galaxy S10 along with April security patch”

ACT Fibernet ties-up with ZEE5 to expand its OTT offerings

Today, ACT Fibernet has announced a strategic collaboration with ZEE5 in an attempt to expand its OTT offerings. With this move, ACT Fibernet is planning to onboard a variety of video-on-demand content platforms as well. Continue reading “ACT Fibernet ties-up with ZEE5 to expand its OTT offerings”

Twitter to test ‘hide replies’ feature in June, outlines ‘progress’ in actions against abusive content

Micro-blogging site Twitter is working on giving users a healthier service that is free of abuse, spam and other things that distract from the public conversation. Having said that, the company today shared progress and changes that can be expected in the upcoming months. Continue reading “Twitter to test ‘hide replies’ feature in June, outlines ‘progress’ in actions against abusive content”

OnePlus 7 said to come in standard edition, 6.64-inch OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 Pro 5G versions

Basking in the glory of OnePlus 6T, OnePlus is all set to launch its next generation of killer flagship smartphones very soon. Ahead of its release, the pictures of purported OnePlus 7 Standard and OnePlus 7 Pro smartphones have surfaced online. Continue reading “OnePlus 7 said to come in standard edition, 6.64-inch OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 Pro 5G versions”

iOS 13 expected to bring system-wide dark mode, ‘Undo’ gesture for text on iPad and more

If the information circulating on the Internet turns out to be true, the Cupertino giant Apple is expected to unveil iOS13 in the upcoming annual Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicks off on June 3rd. While the iOS 13 is expected to come with a slew of features, here are some confirmed features, we will be seeing in this iteration. Continue reading “iOS 13 expected to bring system-wide dark mode, ‘Undo’ gesture for text on iPad and more”

Google rolls out ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Playmoji stickers

Ahead of much-hyped Avengers: Endgame movie, Marvel Studios and Playground, a creative mode in the Pixel camera gives users the power to create and play with the world around you, using augmented reality. In the recent update, five new characters join the existing set first introduced with the Pixel 3 in October. Continue reading “Google rolls out ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Playmoji stickers”

OPPO F11 Pro Review: Bold attempt with very few flaws

Right after the tech giants like Samsung and Apple, it’s OPPO who comes up with something new in this saturated mobile market by giving it a breath of fresh air. One cannot deny the fact that the Guandong-based company has been relentlessly asserting the significance of new technology and innovation. Continue reading “OPPO F11 Pro Review: Bold attempt with very few flaws”

Google starts testing Pixel system updates through Play Store in Android Q

A few days back, a piece of information surfaced on the Internet regarding the “system updates” occurring through the Google Play Store. Recently, a Google Pixel 3 owner has reported seeing a ‘Google System Update’ notification on Android Q Beta 2. Continue reading “Google starts testing Pixel system updates through Play Store in Android Q”

Panasonic LUMIX S1 and S1R full-frame mirrorless camera launched in India

Lumix S1R

Much to our expectation, Panasonic, today announced the launch of its full-frame mirrorless Lumix S series in the Indian market. Dubbed as LUMIX S1 and S1R these come with 24 megapixel and 47.3 megapixels full-frame CMOS sensor respectively. Notably, the new S series is based on the L-Mount standard. Continue reading “Panasonic LUMIX S1 and S1R full-frame mirrorless camera launched in India”

YouTube adds several features to bring transparency to news content in India

YouTube Breaking news

In the recent past, especially after cheaper data connections, news has become an integral part of YouTube’s experience for millions of Indians online. In the recent development, YouTube last year introduced the Top News shelf where it highlights videos from authoritative news sources in search results. Continue reading “YouTube adds several features to bring transparency to news content in India”

ASUS ‘Back to School’ offer on Laptops: HDDs at discounted rate, 0% EMI, extended warranty and more

Ahead of summer holidays this year, ASUS has announced a ‘Back to School’ offer on ASUS’ like every other year. With compact laptops, customers will now get branded goodies including HDD at discounted rate and customised ROG T-shirts. Notably, the ‘Back to School’ offer by ASUS also comes with interest-free EMIs and up to two years warranty extension. Continue reading “ASUS ‘Back to School’ offer on Laptops: HDDs at discounted rate, 0% EMI, extended warranty and more”