Apple’s Self Driving Car Initiative Gets A Push With The Launch Of 50 Cars In California

Apple has around 55 cars on the road now, which has been confirmed by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). This autonomous vehicle program has always been kept under wraps with very less information made available to the public over the past several years. Also, Dmv has stated that 83 drivers have been permitted to test autonomous vehicles. Read More

OnePlus 6 Avengers Edition Is Surely A Treat To The Fans

OnePlus always keep it’s fans excited with cool marketing strategies. This year they had announced a limited edition ‘Avengers Infinity War’ version of OnePlus6 before the launch. One thing is sure, that OnePlus has put in great efforts to make it special for the fans and it does look amazing. Now that this phone is here, we can have a look at all the hype that it has created over the last few months. Read More

Google Home’s Assistant Now Supports Easy Cast/Control Features

Google Home is slowly becoming popular among the masses. While people are happy with the device and it’s features, the Home device was still lacking the support for Chromecast controls. Users were not able to play movies and tv via the device, which is now possible. Thanks to this update, now users can use voice commands for video playback and accessing other content. Read More

Youtube Music Is Getting A Revamp, YouTube Premium to Replace YouTube Red

A newly designed and improved version of YouTube Music will be launching by next week. And the much hyped YouTube Red service will now run under the new name of YouTube Premium. The users will be able to make personalised playlists based on their YouTube history. The pricing will be for $10, which is same as before. Read More

More Expected From Mobile Apps In 2018

Mobile apps have been huge for a few years now, but they seem to grow, not only in popularity, but importance too. 2017 was the biggest year for apps yet, and 2018 is set to be even bigger, with companies now adopting a mobile first mindset. Nowadays, everyone does everything that they need to do using apps on their smartphone and in what is fast becoming a mobile-first world, we should expect more from apps over the course of the year. Read More

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How to Watch Your Favorite Old Movies on iPad

MP4 is one of the most common formats for recording both audio and video. It is supported and thus can be played by iPod, iPhone, Sony PSP, and many other devices. Also, the MP4 is great for backing up DVD movies, because it allows you to get a small file in which the video quality stays on top.

Today, almost all modern TVs support the option to connect USB devices to play photos and video from them, without the need to connect the old DVD player. Admit it, to play a file from a flash drive or an external hard drive is much more convenient! However, it’s not always possible for the TV to read all the video formats. So that’s where you might face some difficulties. For example, recently I had to watch a DVD, and I could not do it, because you can’t play DVD-video format from a TV, you can only use ordinary video formats, for example, MP4, AVI, 3GP, and others. Connecting a DVD is not an option; it may take too much time. And there is no guarantee that the disc will play fine. Read More