Vienna May Be Blackberry’s Second Android OS Device


After the recent launch of its first ever Android device, Blackberry is believed to be working on another smartphone supporting the Android OS. The company’s CEO made a statement that highlighted the possibility of more  Android-based Blackberry devices hitting the market very soon. Also, some images have been leaked on the internet that lead to the second-Blackberry-Android-device speculations and provide a rough idea of the device’s design.

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Leaked Screenshots Lead To Apple Support App Rumours

Apple Support

A few recently leaked screenshots have led to speculations that Apple might currently be working on a troubleshooting and support for its Operating System. This development by Apple will provide the users with a faster support and will help them resolve their queries without having to make phone calls or looking them up on the company’s website. Read More

Apple Posts New Guided Tour Video Of Apple Pay

Apple posted a new Guided Tour video on its official YouTube channel to make the consumers familiar with its Pay services. The video that was posted on Friday is a detailed step-by-step guide that highlights the instructions to use Apple Pay and its features on the iPhone 6/6s. Apple says the process is as simple as bringing an iPhone near a compatible reader and touching a registered finger to the Touch ID module. Read More

Microsoft’s New App To Match Your Android Apps With Windows Apps


For a while now, Microsoft has been trying to convince Android users to switch to a Windows 10 and has been introducing various cross-platform Apps to do the same. As a part of their cross-platform strategy, Microsoft today released a new Android App called, “AppComparison” that allows users to check which Android apps on their Android smartphone are available on the Windows Phone Store. Read More

YouTube’s Child-Friendly App Now Available In Other Countries

Youtube App

A few months after its official launch in the US, YouTube Kids will now be available for Android and iOS devices in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. Malik Ducard, global head of family and learning at YouTube, said in a statement that following its launch in the U.S. in February, the App has been downloaded more than 10 million times globally. Read More

Apple May Release A 4-inch iPhone Next Year


Since a few days, there have been rumors of a new 4-inch iPhone to be coming out in mid-2016. A report from Macotakara suggests that the phone is ready for production and shipped any time soon.

The device is fundamentally an “iPhone 5s Mark II” and will look similar to its predecessor. But will have an A8 chip, 802.11ac Wi‑Fi, and Bluetooth 4.1. Read More