Google’s Android Wear Will Soon Be Wear OS

Google is making major improvements and design changes these days and now it shall be renaming Android Wear and possibly with a newer logo. The news first came from a reddit user who was updating his Android Wear, where he received a notification with the Wear OS name.

The user also shared a screenshot of this notification which also shows the new logo design for the Wear OS. The new logo features a colourful design in the shape of W, very similar to Google’s styling of other logos. Read More

Amazon Is Steadily Rising To Reach The Trillion Dollar Mark

At this moment, Apple is the most valued company with a market value of $893 billion. They recorded over 24 per cent growth in stocks in the last 12 months following the sales of iPhone X, which was infact the 10th Anniversary iPhone. On the other hand, Amazon is valued at $752 billion and the rapid growth rate of the company might soon make it compete with Apple for the $1 trillion market value. Read More

Video Game Franchises That Have Lost Their Way

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Establishing a video game franchise is no small task. It is risky, and very dangerous as far as finances are concerned. Already established franchises have a greatly better chance of seeing success, which is why some franchises have endured so long. After all, who wants to play a game about an unknown character when a game can instead be played with familiar names and faces. Tomb Raider hasn’t been around for a decade and a half for no reason, after all. Read More

911 Transcripts Show Employees Of Apple Park Are Hitting Glass Walls Repeatedly

Apple ParkApple Park opened up in April 2017, and since then many workers have entered this new office. Unfortunately, many of these employees have been stumbling upon the Glass Walls surrounding the workplace. This issue was reported by a few employees to 911, and apparently Apple hasn’t yet taken these incidents seriously. Read More

Skype Launches A Lightweight App For The Indian Market

Much recently Google has been making lighter versions of their Apps for the low-end smartphones. Also, Facebook took the jump by launching a simpler and faster App consuming less data which was aimed specifically for the Indian market. And now, Microsoft has decided to join the bandwagon with an optimised version of Skype, a much needed relief for Indian users. Read More