Apple sure comes at the top in terms of innovation and design of their products. But do the increasing costs do justice? The latest one being the iMac Pro which was released by Apple yesterday. And it comes with a hefty price tag of Rs 4,15,000. Don’t be surprised yet, until you see the features of this beast. Read More
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Google has announced a new scholarship program for Indian developers in partnership with Pluralsight and Udacity. Their aim is to train nearly 130 thousand developers and students to build a higly skilled tech workforce in India. Read More
Did you know Google is all set to revolutionize the Indian payment market by launching Tez, its payment app. It has been built to support the UPI (unified payment interface) system which includes more than 50 banks. This means that when you make a transaction with Tez, it goes directly from bank to bank. There is no need to store money in your Tez account to make a transaction, provided you have linked your account with it. Read More
If you’re a proud “iProduct” owner, then you probably enjoy streaming all sorts of media to your device. Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes, though? This quick guide will explain how Apple delivers their high quality streaming experience right to your device.
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Augmented reality is the next big thing for Apple. Apple just keeps surprising us. Apple just got a step ahead with its Apple ARKit and now it has filed a patent for semi-transparent, augmented reality clad glasses. When we thought things could not get any better, the Tech Giant just amazed us with the new patent for AR glasses. Read More
2016 was not a very influential year for Apple. The iPhone 7 was not as astounding as expected, hence the sales didn’t do well and if rumors are to be believed, future production cuts by 10% are to be observed. The iPhone 7 Plus is still popular, but a shortage of sensors for its camera has prompted Apple to scale back because it can’t meet demand. Also, Apple’s premium notebook lineup failed to earn recommendation from Consumer Reports, the reason being the poor battery fitted in the new Apple MacBook Pro devices of 2016. The models with the Touch Bar in the Apple MacBook Pros seemed to have a battery that is lower in capacity, when compared to the batteries in the Apple MacBook Pros of 2015.
The yearly sales didn’t inspire a lot of confidence in the company going forwards. Regardless of that, since a new year begins, we continue to expect a lot more from Apple since after all, there are a ton of potential new products the company is set to release.
In 2016, Google displayed its vision for a more pervasive and conventional way of interacting with technology. This year, we experienced the company’s focus on more of hardware offerings and launch of top notch devices such as The Android Wear 2.0, Daydream View VR headset, Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, Google Home Speaker, Chromecast Ultra and Google Wi-Fi router, were met with a good market response.
Google also announced improvements to Android by launching a new major update to the software, Android Nougat 7.1.1, which will be available for most of the android devices by early 2017. There was Google Duo as well, the FaceTime competitor, dedicated to a video-only experience, and not to forget Google Allo, the messaging app with a resident chatbot, the Google Assistant.
The Google Pixel is the latest addition to the Android smartphone world by Google. It is the first step from Google in their attempt to create a whole lineup of products which would be linked through similar hardware and software. The emphasis on VR (Virtual Reality) is strong on this one and the phone comes with quality hardware that really makes it a great competitor for big names like Samsung and Apple. Read More
Teaching your kids how to read and write seems to be a very difficult job because kids don’t like to sit in one place to read or write something, they want everything to be quite playful and fun. To tackle this problem of parents “Read” is an epic tool, this App will teach your kids how to read and write in just 20 lessons and that to in a very interesting and joyful way. This App is designed to help kindergarten and elementary school age children (4–8 years of age) to learn how to read in a very innovative and fun way. It also has optimal adaptability to the child’s pace of learning. The App even consists of natural-sounding voices in a variety of accents (American, British….) so that the kids can easily learn how to pronounce. TheAppleGoogle had a talk with Olivier, who told some incredible things about Read. Here’s what he had to say: Read More
After months of speculations and rumors, Google has finally confirmed the Android VR dubbed “Daydream” at their I/O Developers Conference yesterday. As it was rumored earlier, Daydream will be accommodated with the release of Android N and the hardware and software will be released later this fall. The device would require a smartphone at all times around itself as the device would use the screen from the device as a display for the Virtual Reality Headset Read More