Market stock values of Amazon have fallen from 81% to 43% since Q1 of 2017. This is worrying for the company as it’s rival Apple is continuing to increase on it’s revenues. Also, stocks of Google have increased from 12% to 26%. Read More
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
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
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
OnePlus devices are pretty solid when it comes to low costs, medium end hardware and top class design. This coupled with clever marketing does the trick in this ruthless and highly-competitive smartphone market.
OnePlus will be soon launching its seventh flagship phone OnePlus 6. The company has been very competitive with the likes of Apple an Google for the past few years. But will it be able to dominate the smartphone market with the OnePlus 6 this time around? For this, we shall be looking at some of the features below that would give this device an edge over iPhone X and Google Pixel 2. Read More
The removal of headphone jacks may have not gone well with many fans and nobody was sure if Apple would reintroduce it again. But now from a few leaked images on the internet, it looks like the iPhone has a 3.5 mm headphone jack and with a glass back. Also, the design looks much like the iPhone 5. Read More
Many of the Snapchat users were in for a surprise with the new update for the App. The company has added ‘Snappables’ which is basically a new way to play AR based games with your friends. You can make faces and control the game characters and also compete with your friends using Lenses. Read More
Google wants to give it users the best available resources for office productivity. Now, they have come with the stand-alone Google Tasks App which will integrate with Gmail and Calendar Apps. So if you are using Gmail and have some important mails to keep track of, just simply drag it over to the Tasks section in the web App to make a new To-Do item. Read More
Apple Watch Series 3 shall be available for pre-orders starting from May 4, on Jio and Airtel online stores. This cellular plus GPS version of the Apple Watch was launched with the iPhone 8 in September 2017 and now it shall be finally arriving in the Indian market. Read More