Reliance Buys Stake In Saavn For $104 Million

Reliance Industries has confirmed that it will be buying stake in the Indian music service streaming App Saavn. This deal is estimated for around $104 million and all the stocks will be purchased from the respective shareholders.

In a joint statement on Friday, both Reliance and Saavn said that there are plans to invest up to $100 million, $20 million of it upfront, to expand the JioMusic-Saavn combined. The deal will combine the streaming media expertise of Saavn with the connectivity and digital ecosystem of Jio. Read More

The New iPads Will Come With Facial Recognition, Launching Soon

iPadiPads are still very much popular and in the limelight, they are cool to own even though you can do pretty much everything on a Macbook. Good news is that the upcoming iPad and iPad Pro will support facial recognition and there are chances that the company may launch them during their spring event on March 27th.

There is a speculation that the new tablet won’t include an OLED screen, which provides more vivid colors and sharper clarity. The device would be similar to the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and the Face Id would be useful for unlocking the device, making payments, and sending animated emojis. Read More

Top 5 Accessories For Google Pixel 2

Google Pixel 2Smartphones can help us do a lot of multi-tasking making our lives better everyday. That being said, if you truly want to make the most of your Google Pixel 2 phone, you should consider buying a few accessories. These accessories are not only compact and user-friendly but they may also come in handy in situations when you need them the most.

We have made a list of the 5 most useful accessories for Google Pixel 2, ranging from Pixel 2 cases, chargers to VR Headsets and a few others. Read More

Google Launches Google Play Instant, Simply Play Before Installing

Google has added a new button ‘Try Now’ next to the Install button in the games section of the Play Store. This button will let you try the game without having to install, where you simply have to click on a link and you will be taken to the demo version of the game.

Google is rolling out these changes indicating improvements in its gaming ecosystem and a new way to set up multiplayer game servers. It will get easier for the users to see how the levels of games like Clash Royale, Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire or Panda Pop is like without having to go through the usual install procedure. Read More

Google Will Soon Feature Playable In-Game Ads On Play Store

Video-ads have become a major part of the internet, where some use it to get more crowd towards their apps and websites and other use it as a essential tool for monetizing. Now, Google is testing this feature on the Play Store by including video ads in addition to the stock pictures of apps and games and also playable video ads inside the games.

Google says that these video ads won’t autoplay, so that it doesn’t mess with the browsing experience and its upon the user whether he wants to view the video-ad. Read More