Windows 10 will soon include built-in eye tracking support and an experience called Eye Control. Already present in the latest Windows 10 Insider test builds, Eye Control feature works using the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C, which can track where a person is looking on a screen. Continue reading “Windows 10 to soon add native eye-tracking support”
HTC has finally started rolling out Amazon Alexa integration for the HTC U11. The Taiwanese smartphone maker had announced HTC U11 with Edge Sense squeeze interaction in May.
Continue reading “Amazon Alexa support finally comes to HTC U11”
The sun is finally setting on Windows Phone 8.1. Microsoft is officially ending support for the Windows Phone 8.1 OS, more than three years after it was introduced. Millions of users with Windows Phone 8.1 phones will stop receiving security updates, non-security updates, free or paid assisted support options or online technical content updates.
Continue reading “Microsoft ends support for Windows Phone 8.1”
WhatsApp has announced that it will continue to support Android 2.3 till 2020. The Facebook owned messaging app has updated its old blog stating that Android 2.3.7 and older will continue to work until February 1, 2020.
Continue reading “WhatsApp extends support for Android 2.3 till 2020”
WhatsApp for iPhone has received a new update that lets users send message even when they are offline. The feature basically queues your message in case you don’t have internet connection and it gets send once you get back on to an active internet connection.
Continue reading “WhatsApp for iPhone gets ability to queue message offline in latest update”
WhatsApp for iPhone gets the ability to search for GIFs right from inside the app. Earlier this week, WhatsApp added the feature that lets you send and receive GIFs and send videos.
Continue reading “WhatsApp for iPhone lets you search for GIFs”
Google had launched its smart messaging app Allo with Google Assistant on Android and iOS last week. Now, Google has announced that it is all set to bring Hindi support to Assistant by the end of 2016. Continue reading “Google Allo to get Hindi support for Assistant by end of 2016”
Google is bringing some important updates to YouTube app for iOS. It is adding Slide Over and Split View multi tasking feature to the YouTube app for iPad.
Continue reading “YouTube for iPad gets Split View and Slide Over support”
Telegram which crossed 100 million MAU mark recently, has received a new update that brings a bunch of new features and improvements to its app. The latest v3.7 update pumps up the Supergroups support for members from 1000 to 5000.
Continue reading “Telegram gets Supergroups support for 5000 members, pinned posts and more”
Google Photos is adding an important feature on iOS with the latest update. The iPhone and iPad app for Google Photos now supports Live Photos, a feature Apple rolled out along with the 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus devices.
Continue reading “Google Photos gets Live Photos support for iOS”
Major Silicon Valley companies are joining forces to support Apple in its ongoing privacy battle against the FBI. Top companies like Twitter, Yahoo, Airbnb, LinkedIn, eBay, Square, Reddit and many others have filed an amicus brief in US federal court. With the help of amicus briefs, parties who are not directly involved in a court case can add additional weight, context and information to an ongoing argument.
Continue reading “Top tech companies support Apple in its battle against FBI”
It looks like Google has some new plans for its Hangouts app on Android. A new rumor suggests that Google will kill support for carrier SMS and MMS in its next update.
Continue reading “Google Hangouts tipped to kill support for SMS/MMS”
A number of rumors and reports about the Galaxy Note 5 have already surfaced since past few weeks. A latest report from SamMobile suggests that the Note 5 will not come with a micro SD card slot.
Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Note 5 might not have a micro SD card slot”
Just yesterday, it was reported that Samsung is working on E series of tablets. Today, more information about the connectivity support of the tablet has surfaced in a new leak.
Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 said to support Wi-Fi or 3G”