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November, 2015

  • 16 November

    Soon, You Could Receive a Facebook Message That Disappears Before You Read It

    Snapchat’s disappearing messages have raised eyebrows and several concerns in every nook and corner of the globe by now, but it seems like the network has found a fan in Facebook. The company is testing out Snapchat-like disappearing messages for Facebook in test markets, a feature that might debut on your phone in the coming months. Facebook is testing a …

  • 10 November

    Google Changing Its Android One Strategy For The Emerging Markets

    Google’s Android One project was supposed to bring the vanilla experience to the masses along with regular updates, by targeting the entry level market. Android One came to developing countries in a bid to shore up smartphone adoption rates. A Solid Idea Held Back by Hardware Restrictions All didn’t go according to plan as what Google thought was an adequate price …

  • 10 November

    AMD R9 Fury X Leaps Ahead Of Nvidia GTX 980 Ti With The Latest Windows 10 Drivers – All AMD GPUs Get A Sizable Performance Boost

    Nvidia and AMD have been fierce competitors in the graphics market for years. The competition has been so intense at times that market bystanders have described as nothing short of a figurative fist-fight between the green and red teams. Both companies are constantly evaluating the market, introducing new products, updating their pricing structures and chasing the never ending technological leap-frog. …

  • 8 November

    Giant quadcopter drone launches fixed-wing UAVs

    Fixed-wing Uvas is  retrieves  with a skyhook after the launch Due in large part to the fact landing fixed-wing drones is easier said than done, Boeing subsidiary Insitu recently unveiled an incredibly innovative drone launch and recovery system. Called the Flying Launch and Recovery System (or FLARES), Insitu’s system makes use of a massive quadcopter aircraft which serves as both …

  • 8 November

    Nissan IDS Concept: Japan’s affordable rival to the Tesla Model S?

    Autonomous cars are the latest buzz topic in the automobile industry. Nissan, which is showing off its own advances in the technology with the IDS Concept, is one of the big stars at this week’s Tokyo Motor Show. A sharply-styled four-seat hatchback, the IDS Concept teases the next decade of progress, with technology that will eventually see us entrusting a …

  • 7 November

    Samsung New ATIV Book 9 Models : A 4K Laptop

     A 4K Laptop  & 3K Convertible Whether you love it or find it superfluous, it is hard to deny that 4K is here to stay. With that in mind, Samsung has finally entered into the 4K laptop market with the new ATIV Book 9 Pro.  The notebook comes with a 15.6” display with “Ultra HD” 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 …

  • 7 November

    Apple Watches : 7 Million Device Sold In Under 6 Months of Availability

    According to the Trend   Smartwatches and wearables are a category which continue to polarize opinion between people. But now a pattern has finally started to emerge: that of Apple dominance.  According to Canalys, Cupertino has shipped 7 million of its most personal gadget in the first six months of its release, which is surprisingly lower than some projected guesses …

  • 5 November

    Teclast X16 Is A Cheaper Alternative to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4

    Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 might be a terrific machine in shortening the functionality gap between laptops and tablets, but for the price tag of $899, it is definitely a product that only the affluent crowd of world will be able to afford. This is the reason why affordable alternatives are being manufactured, and on this occasion, Teclast X16 is the ideal …

  • 5 November

    Snapchat Now Has The Legal Power To Use Or Distribute Its Users’ Photos

    Snapchat : Your Privacy is no longer on a secure line. Snapchat has become increasingly popular over the past few years thanks to its claims of secure photo and video messaging between individuals. The photo messaging platform has also remained in the news due to its fair share of controversies. The app enables its users to send timed messages which …

  • 4 November

    Hackers Claim $1 Million USD for Remotely Jailbreaking iPhones

    Apple’s latest iOS 9 Exploits A hacking group is claiming $1 million in bounty for remotely jailbreaking Apple’s latest iOS 9 operating system. Unlike Android, iOS is much more sophisticated in terms of security. That’s why a startup firm by the name of Zerodium set up a bounty to find a way of remotely jailbreaking the new iPhone or iPad …