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Essential smartphone To Be Launched By Android Founder Andy Rubin On May 30

The most-waited iPhone-rival that Android co-founder Andy Rubin had teased more than a month back may finally be releasing at the end of this month. Rubin tweeted that he is finally ready to showcase what he has been up to all this while and urged followers to follow the new Twitter handle of @Essential. Earlier

Android is Adding Fresh Features To Cars

A year after Google teased the experience, Android-powered car infotainment systems are much closer to reality. Full Android integration is a step beyond Android Auto, where users can project car-specific versions of apps to a dashboard running some other software; now Android powers the entire system. The first two car makers to show off Android-powered

Apple Watch Could Help Detect The Cause Of Heart failure

In a latest finding, the Apple Watch could be used to detect a heart condition that causes over 100,000 strokes every year. Heart health app Cardiogram and researchers from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Cardiology Health eHeart project teamed up to take a closer look at just how effective the Watch can be

Uber’s Rolls Out New Feature

In a latest development, Uber’s is now giving new ways to get to the favorite places even faster and finally saving customers from having to memorize an address ever again. The ride hailing app just introduced some new personalization options that will allow users to fine-tune the Uber app experience, giving them the option to

WhatsApp Comes Up With End-to-End Encryption To iCloud

WhatsApp has rolled out end-to-end encryption feature for all users last year. It ensures that only the sender and intended recipient can read a message, thus preventing it from being intercepted. The company has now added an extra layer of security to iCloud backup, allowing iOS users to securely backup their chats to iCloud. According

Nissan’s Comes With Safe Driving Option

Texting while driving is bad. But sometimes, after you hear that familiar buzz, the temptation is just too strong. And there you suddenly are, replying to a totally irrelevant text message while putting your life, and lives of others, in jeopardy. Nissan has an interesting solution to this problem. Called the Nissan Signal Shield, it’s

Facebook To Unveil New Feature That Will You Show You Stranger’s Post

In a latest development, Facebook is taking a page out of Twitter’s playbook by rolling out a new feature that’ll show you posts from strangers. The new feature is called latest conversations. After searching a news topic, Facebook will now display public user generated posts from users outside your own personal network, along with a

Microsoft Future Phones Might Not Look Like Phones

Despite launching its last flagships, the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, in November 2015, Microsoft’s not giving up on phones yet. In fact, Microsoft’s future devices may not even look like phones as we know them today. The company’s CEO Satya Nadella said the company’s still committed to mobile and will probably make more phones,

Google Unveils All-Electric Flying Cars

Google – Kitty Hawk has launched all electric flying cars and is one of the two companies that are personally funded by the Google Founder Larry Page while the other one is Zee.Aero. Technological world has indeed running through with the fast pacing of time. According to media report just this Monday, a video footage

Wikipedia founder Takes Up Fight Against Fake News

In a fresh development, Jimmy Wales, the co-founder of Wikipedia, is launching a new online publication which will aim to fight fake news by pairing professional journalists with an army of volunteer community contributors. Wikitribune plans to pay for the reporters by raising money from a crowdfunding campaign. He intends to cover general issues, such

Google’s Unveils Virtual Reality Video Camera

Google has come with the latest ultra-hot 360-video camera space and it’s called the Yi Halo. The Halo is the next-generation Jump camera. Jump is Google’s platform for 360 video cameras. What makes Jump different from consumer 360 cameras like the Samsung Gear 360 are two things. The cameras are aimed at pros or semi-pros,