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  • Google engineer develops Android app that improves night shots

    Google researcher and scientist Florian Kainz has developed an Android application that could help the camera of Android devices bring better results in night shots. Challenged by his team, he has created an experimental application that helps Android users take sharper pictures and less noise, even in conditions far from ideal. “When the shutter button […]

  • Google and Huawei develop rival of Raspberry Pi

    Google and Huawei have developed two Raspberry Pi-style boards to allow developers to encode drivers for Android versions. With the news, devs will no longer have to rely on Intel x86 architecture and Chromebooks to build software for ARM-based systems. “Using a reference card can make it easier to upgrade efforts, reduce the time to […]

  • Microsoft’s To-Do application for Android

    Microsoft today announced the launch of the Microsoft To-Do application for Android that promises to make it easy to create task lists. “Microsoft To-Do is a smart, simple task list that makes it easy to plan your day. Whether it’s for work, school or at home, To-Do helps improve your productivity and reduce your stress […]

  • Instagram for Android now gets offline mode, works without internet

    During the F8 developer conference, Facebook announced that Instagram for Android is now able to work even without an internet connection. With offline mode, the application now keeps the images loaded and allows users to post, comment, follow or do anything else. Users will still be able to return to the profiles they visited before […]

  • Android Pay wins payment mode with PayPal

    Google has announced that it is now possible to choose PayPal’s online payment system as payment method in Android Pay. According to the company, US users can pay for things like Uber, as well as in retailers like Walgreens and restaurants like Dunki’n Donuts and Subway. “People in the US can simply link their PayPal […]

  • Google announces PAX, patent licensing agreement

    Google has announced PAX, a patent licensing agreement that will allow Android manufacturers to share patents with each other. The company says some of the biggest brands related to Android have already signed contract, including LG, Samsung, HTC and of course Google itself. “Members collectively own more than 230,000 patents worldwide. As more companies join, […]

  • Google Now Launcher is shutting down in few weeks

    According to an anonymous source from Android Police, Google is announcing to manufacturers that it plans to discontinue the Google Now Launcher in the coming weeks. It is not clear why Google Now launcher is being shut down since it has millions of happy users. Though the users who have already downloaded and using this […]

  • Adobe adapts Android applications to Chrome OS

    Adobe recently announced a suite of Android applications that have been adapted for the Chrome OS operating system, which is featured on Chromebooks. Applications include Photoshop Mix, Lightroom Mobile, Illustrator Draw, Photoshop Sketch, Adobe Comp CC, and Creative Cloud Mobile; And are available for free download, expanding the creative options for students and professionals. READ […]

  • Google’s VR Spotlight Story Pearl Gets Oscar Nomination

    We have in our mind that oscar is only for the big banners and high budget cinemas. But the great Oscar  award has been kind to the latest technologies and low budget small projects with genius ideas too. “Pearl,” the animation short film for the Google Spotlight Stories project, was nominated for the 2017 Oscar. It […]

  • VPN on Android: Know the safest apps

    Playing with VPN is serious on any platform. Unencrypted connections can not only steal your passwords, but also put your personal data in the hands of malicious people over the internet. VPN on Android: Know the safest apps And Android is no different. There are currently over 283 VPN applications to the Google mobile system […]

  • Chrome OS will support convertible tablets and notebooks

    For some time Chrome OS has remained true to only notebook type, but Google now hopes to add a “greater variety of ways” so that the operating system can work on convertible tablets and notebooks. In order to be able to equip different types of devices, the search engine intends to make changes and improve […]

  • Top and Flops of 2016

    Top and flops : Every day thousands of startups and innovative inventions are being generated in the field of hi-tech digital world. The 2016 has been a year of great success for some and resounding flop in the world of technology. We have seen explosive mobile phones, monsters VR, some videogame failures and some with […]

  • iPhone7: charging is really slow

    As we all know, Apple has introduced various interesting innovations such as key note, apple TV, smart watches, ipads and more. Among them, iPhone is one of the most popular and successful innovation. In the new iPhone 7, they promised us to increase the battery life and reduce the problems. It will be capable of […]

  • Chrome OS will support Android Nougat apps

    Currently Chrome OS has a somewhat annoying limitation: the operating system can only run Android 6.0 compatible applications Marshmallow. However, Canary’s experimental versions of Chrome OS say it has been working to allow Chromebooks to also run Android 7.0 Nougat apps in the near future. The information was published by ChromeUnboxed , based on feedback […]

  • More Google products in the hands of Sundar Pichai

    Record shows that Google search engine always welcomes and encourages the genious people on its company. Many tech geeks around the globe has officially contrinuted their knowledge to this giant corporation. According to the Recode website, Google’s CEO is so pleased with the work of Sundar Pichai, currently the chief development officer for Chrome and Android, who […]