iPhone XS And iPhone XS Max Is Now Available In India

Apple will be selling the newly launched iPhones in India from today. The sale will go live at 6pm on all offline and online retail stores. The company will be offering the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max to their Indian customers, and reports claim that Apple has imported around one lakh units for both models to make sure that the launch proceeds smoothly. Read More

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Amazon To Open Its First ‘Best Selling Items’ Store In New York

Amazon is taking customer ratings to a whole new level and will implement this concept for the new store that will be opening tomorrow in New York. The store will be called the ‘Amazon 4-Star’ and as the name suggests, it will house all the 4-Star rated items and customers will be able to purchase them directly from this store. Read More

Instagram Adds Browser Notification Support

For Instagram users who use the App on the browser, the company is now adding support for notifications and you will be notified on the browser just like the Instagram’s App. Reports show that the support for Chrome has already been added and the other browsers like Firefox and Safari have also been confirmed to have this feature. Read More

iPhone XS and XS Max Have Shorter Battery Life Compared To iPhone X

The iPhone launch gave us the most powerful new iPhones that are the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max among others. Though the price tag is pretty expensive, we got to see some incredible new features being added to the new iPhones where the iPhone XS Max comes with the biggest ever 6.5 inch display on an iPhone. Though, some of the recent benchmark tests have revealed that the iPhone XS and XS Max may just fall short on the battery. Read More

Camera On Google Pixel 3 Will Support Google Lens In Real-Time

If you use the Google Lens App regularly, you have to use the Lens App and cannot use it by simply opening the camera App. But this could soon change, as we have got a leak which shows the Lens functioning in real-time on Google Pixel’s camera. The animation in the leak shows the camera app is used to capture the information from a business card, identify that email address and then open Gmail on the phone. Read More

Google Renames Feed As ‘Discover’

Google is rebranding Google Feed to ‘Discover’ after recent reports that suggested the company is experimenting with the overall design and features on Feed. Last year, Google Now was renamed to Google Feed which focussed more on the news than just the search feature. The tech giant will be introducing the Discover section to the mobile search site as well. Read More

macOS Mojave Is Now Available To Download

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Apple introduced macOS Mojave in June, with a lot performance improvements and design changes. It also announced the much anticipated Dark Mode which got the MacBook users really excited for the official launch. The free version of the macOS Mojave is now finally available to download and Apple should have care of the bug fixes that were noticed in the public beta versions that were released in the months following the announcement. Read More

Apple Buys Shazam, Will Offer Ad-Free Service

We have been looking at Apple’s plans to acquire Shazam since the past year and there was no clear insight as to when it will happen. The deal has been finally closed today at $400 Million and Apple now owns the popular music recognition software. With this acquisition, Apple announced that it will be making the service completely ad-free. This is good news for free users as they had to face ads earlier in the App. Read More