According to the recent share by Google team, Photo-sharing service Picasa will soon be retired. This move will allow the search giant to focus on Google Photos and help it to grow ...
According to the source, Google would be expanding its self-driving car program into the new city, Kirkland in Washington State which will be search giant's new live testbed starti ...
Want to know and learn about best practices to build products and services with Samsung? Samsung has opened the registration for its annual developer conference which will be held ...
Google introduced Cardboard - a simple cardboard viewer that anyone can use to experience mobile virtual reality (VR), at the Google;s annual conference I/O 2014. Ever since then, ...
According to the recent share by Google team, Photo-sharing service Picasa will soon be retired. This move will allow the search giant to focus on Google Photos and help it to grow further. The announcement also means that folk with existing Picasa Web Albums will be able to access their snaps through Google Photos. Picasa’s desktop application will be retired too. From March 15th, the software will no longer be officially supported. In their official blog... Read more »
When Samsung launched Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge in the Spring of 2015, it marked a dramatic departure of Samsung. Samsung finally gave people the metal phone they wanted. Gone were the utilitarian plastic build of every Galaxy S past. What Samsung brought with S6’s were glass and aluminum alloy, and, in the case of S6 Edge- a uniquely curved screen. Samsung Galaxy S6 has been a higher-end “designer” version of S6, for... Read more »
According to the source, Google would be expanding its self-driving car program into the new city, Kirkland in Washington State which will be search giant’s new live testbed starting later this month. This will allow Google to test in, and will provide different driving environment and road patterns to challenge the cars. As a pilot, Google began a few weeks ago driving a single Lexus RX450h SUV around a few square miles in North... Read more »
Want to know and learn about best practices to build products and services with Samsung? Samsung has opened the registration for its annual developer conference which will be held on April 27-28 in San Francisco. This conference will be two day event at Moscone West in San Francisco. Early bird registration, which costs $399, runs through March 29. This event will allow Samsung and their partners to showcase the technology and solutions... Read more »
Google introduced Cardboard – a simple cardboard viewer that anyone can use to experience mobile virtual reality (VR), at the Google;s annual conference I/O 2014. Ever since then, Google has taken this product seriously considering the fact of it being so popular amongst the people. Google has posted it’s 19 month progress and below are the key highlights: 5-Million Fans onboard Been a great journey for Google Cardboard and meeting the 5... Read more »
Smartphones are evolving at great speed. After OnePlus One have had a great impact as a high performance and low cost phone the company came up with the new smartphone OnePlus 2. It was launched in august. In terms of design one plus two has successfully impressed the customer. Especially in terms of the phone size of 5.5 full HD and brightness. Apart from OnePlus signature black OnePlus will be... Read more »
Google has pushed a rather small maintenance update for its Google+ application for Android. In this update, loading external links shared on the social networking site swifter than ever, all thanks to the inclusion of Chrome Custom Tabs. How does it work? The earlier editions would allow users to select which browser they would like the link to open up in – Chrome, Opera, Dolphin, etc. ,when clicked on the link.... Read more »
We saw last week Xperia C4 receiving the Android 5.1 Lollipop updates and it looks like Sony is inching ahead by pushing update for Xperia C5 with Android 5.1 Update as well. According to the Xperia Blog, the Xperia C5 Ultra (E5553, E5506) has been updated to build number 29.1.A.0.87, whilst the Xperia C5 Ultra Dual (E5533, E5563) is being updated to version 29.1.B.0.87. Take a look at the image below: Read more »
The fourth largest smartphone supplier in the U.S and second largest in the no-contract market* – ZTE USA has announced two new android smartphones- ZTE Grand X3 and Avid Plus at CES 2016. The ZTE Grand X 3 will be available on Cricket Wireless and the ZTE Avid Plus on T-Mobile and MetroPCS. Though these device don’t have out of box specifications, they come at attractive off-contract prices. About ZTE Grand X3 and Avid... Read more »
Haier has launched the HaierPad 971- a 9.7-inch QXGA Android 4.4 KitKat device at CES 2016. The device is powered by a 1.8GHz quad-core CPU and has an IPS displaay with 2048×1536px of resolution. Though the company mentioned ‘Latest Android OS’, the tab is actually running on Android 4.4 KitKat. The other specifications of the device include: 2GB of RAM, 16GB storage, microSD slot, 8MP camera and a 2MP front shooter, a massive 7800... Read more »