Snapchat Will Soon Have A Gaming Platform Inside The App

Snapchat is trying to convert their App from the regular photo and video messaging service into more of a game oriented service. Sources claim that the company will be launching a separate in-App gaming platform to attract more users to play these games and improve the signups in the App. The project is reportedly named “Project Cognac” and the company will announce it at the content and developer partners summit in Los Angeles on April 4. Read More

Here’s The New iPad Air And iPad Mini

People were not sure whether Apple will ever launch the successors to iPad Air and iPad Mini and it turns out that Apple has just done it exactly today. The company launched the new lineup of iPad Air and iPad Mini devices and both of them now work with the first generation Apple Pencil. Specifications wise, both the devices have got decent upgrades and the prices have also reduced from the earlier models. Read More

Xiaomi Launches Mi Pay In India

Xiaomi is taking on the number one payment service Paytm in India with the launch of their very own Mi Pay service. This service will offer similar features to the users that are available on payment Apps like Freecharge, PhonePe and the rest. It also has UPI (Unified Payments Interface) service along with the usual payment options like credit card, debit card wallet and QR code that can be used to pay bills instantly. Read More

New Leak Shows iPhone 11 With A Square Triple Camera Setup

A new leak by Japanese site Macotakara claims that Apple is developing iPhone 11 with a square shaped triple lens camera setup. The site seems to have reportedly confirmed this with Apple’s supply chain who said that the rumour is true. We have seen a few renders of the iPhone 11 in the past few months, but nothing comes close to this latest leak. Read More

Apple Shuts Its Online Store For Updates, In Line With March 25 Event

There are rumours online of new iPads and iMacs at the March 25 event by Apple, but it may not be case as Apple has shut down its online store for possible updates to the existing line of hardware. The webpage displays a “Be right back” message with a subheading “We’re adding updates to the Apple Store. Check back soon.” Read More

Huawei Now Has Its Very Own OS Amid US Legal Battle

Huawei is currently in a legal dispute in the United States, where this Chinese smartphone company has sued the country for not allowing their technology to be used in federal networks and other government areas. Apparently, the company has prepared itself for the worst case scenario and has developed its very own OS if they get banned from using Android and Windows OS. Read More

Google Is Working On Foldable Phone, Shows New Patent

A new patent has emerged online that shows that Google is developing its own version of foldable smartphone. This could be first for the company where the hardware manufacturing will not be outsourced and made entirely by Google itself. Foldable smartphones are catching the imagination of people with the launch of Samsung Galaxy Fold and Google surely does not want to stay behind in this race. Read More