The Connected, TAG Heuer’s Take On Apple Watch

The Swiss watchmaker, TAG Heuer, on Monday unveiled their smartwatch that was co-created with Intel and Google. This wearable technology is called the “TAG Heuer Connected” and will cost you about $1,500.

Inspired by the company’s Carrera Calibre line, it comes with three digital watch faces. It has a titanium case, a 46mm sapphire crystal display with 240ppi resolution, heavy duty water resistance, and seven colours of  “textured rubber” straps to choose from. Its got 4GB of storage, 1GB of RAM and a built-in lithium battery is said to last a day between charges. Read More

Apple Watch India Prices Revealed Prior Launch

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Tomorrow Apple will be launching its first wearable technology, the Apple Watch, in India. The watch was officially launched almost six months before us in April, in US and other countries. Apple is planning to launch the entire Watch range in India: Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch and Apple Watch Edition. These are available in two sizes 38 mm and 42 mm. Read More

Apple TV App Store Has 1,000 Apps And New Top-Charts Section

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The Apple TV App Store has finally opened up to third-party Apps and we are close to 1,000 Apps on the store now. However, when the Apple TV App launched last week there was a huge discovery issue, Apple included a list of featured Apps but the users could not browse through categories or Top Charts. It was easily assumed that Apple didn’t have enough data to build out categories and rankings but, things have changed now. This morning, users of the new Apple TV noticed a section in the device’s App Store. This section lists the Top Charts and breaks down into Top Paid, Top Free and Top Grossing Apps, just like the iOS and Mac App Store. Read More

Microsoft Launches Arrow Launcher for Android

Microsoft Arrow Android Launcher

As a part of its new strategy of welcoming cross-platform development, Microsoft has launched Arrow, an Android launcher application on the Google Play Store today. An unfinished version of the launcher was made available to developers earlier this year but, now the finished version has been unveiled and is available to all users. Read More

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Moto X Force: Droid Turbo 2 For The International Market

moto1Motorola Mobility has announced that it will be launching its phone Moto X Force this November in the international markets, including Africa, the Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America. The Moto X Force is essentially just an international version of the new Droid Turbo 2 Motorola (sans the Verizon logo) that was launched in the US a couple of days ago. Read More

Users Ditching Their Android For iPhones


Apple’s chief executive, Tim Cook, has claimed that more Android users than ever are switching to the iPhone. Apple has also revealed that they have sold 48 million iPhones during its fourth financial quarter, 30 % of which were users that ditched their Androids (Google’s operating system) and bought an iPhone. This is the highest rate the company has ever seen. Read More

Apple Sued Over Wi-Fi Assist Feature

A couple from California has launched a $5m class-action lawsuit against Apple after they received an overage bill because they had unknowingly crossed their data limit. The Wi-Fi Assist feature in iOS 9 was meant to help the users by switching to cell data when the Wi-Fi connectivity is weak but, instead it’s eating through the data limits. Read More

Still Looking For The Best Way To Manage All Your Files? Your Search Ends Now – Commander One FTP/SFTP/FTPS Manager For Mac OS X


Commander One is a dual-pane file manager with keyboard and mouse synergy for OS X. It provides you with all the functions that you need while working with files – view, edit, copy from server to server, delete, create, and more. It ensures safe and fast file through FTP, SFTP and FTPS as it offers tabbed browsing and multiple connections at a time plus, you can map FTP server as your local drive to work with files as if they are located at your local machine. Read More