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Are you interested in this miniature Canon camera with 8GB storage?

If you are in the market for a full-fledged camera, then one of your shortlisted camera models has to be a Canon model. After all, they are one of the best DSLR camera manufacturers in the world along with Nikon, Sony, Fuji and Pentax amongst others. And it looks like to show just how good they are at imaging solutions, ... Read More »

Netgear Arlo Pro (VMS4230) Review: Safety Meets Smart

Gone are the days when security camera installation was tricky like rocket science. With the rise of IOT devices, setting up CCTV cameras is now incredibly easy. Taking things to the next level, Netgear has introduced a line-up of security cameras that are not only user-friendly but also quite versatile. Currently, the hottest product in this category is the Netgear ... Read More »

WhatsApp’s new feature to let you switch between video and audio calls

WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new feature that will allow users to switch between voice and video calls instantly. Currently, users have to disconnect the voice call and redial in order to make a video call on WhatsApp. According to a WhatsApp dedicate news website @WABetaInfo, the popular messaging service will introduce a new feature that will enable users ... Read More »

Samsung rumoured to ditch the headphone jack with Galaxy S9

Samsung’s flagship smartphones are always touted to be the next big thing and the upcoming Galaxy S9 is no exception. The Galaxy S series smartphones represent the best in the world of Android and next year’s Galaxy S9 has to lock horns with the iPhone X. Therefore, it has to have the latest technologies, which could even mean dropping the ... Read More »

Mozilla Firefox is now ‘Firefox Quantum’ and its faster than ever

Mozilla has unveiled its long-awaited browser, Firefox Quantum. Mozilla claims that the new browser is twice as fast compared to the 6-month-old release of Firefox. Quantum is based on a completely overhauled core engine and a new simplified interface called ’Photon’, resulting in faster load-times, low power usage and less memory consumption than the competition. Mozilla further stressed that it’s ... Read More »

Budget-friendly selfie smartphone Redmi Y1 from Xiaomi

Chinese handset maker Xiaomi has climbed to second spot in the Indian smartphone market after coming here nearly four years ago. The company has now expanded its budget line-up with the selfie-centric “Redmi Y” series. The new Redmi Y1 device comes in two variants — 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage at Rs 8,999 and 4GB RAM and 64GB internal ... Read More »

iOS 11 bug blocks Whatsapp notifications on iPhone.

A recent iOS 11 update appears to have broken down the notification system on the iPhone, with WhatsApp showing a warning every time users close the app to let them now that notifications would no longer be received. Basically, whenever users swipe up to close WhatsApp, they get a message telling them that “swiping to close WhatsApp can prevent you ... Read More »

Solar energy to power 4 Metro stations in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: When the Hyderabad Metro Rail commences its commercial operations on the Miyapur-Nagole stretch from November 28, the four Metro stations at Nagole, Uppal, Uppal Stadium and Miyapur will have a distinction. The Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL), with the objective of promoting green and clean energy usage, has installed solar panels on the rooftops of these four stations to ... Read More »

Twitter extends 280-character limit virtually to all users

San Francisco: After running a successful trial with few users, Twitter has finally rolled out its new 280-character limit virtually for all users. In September, Twitter launched a test that expanded the 140-character limit so that users could express themselves easily in a tweet. “Our goal was to make this possible while ensuring we keep the speed and brevity that ... Read More »

Rise of the machines: Philippine outsourcing industry braces for AI

The outsourcing industry in the Philippines, which has dethroned India as the country with the most call centres in the world, is worried that the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) will eat into the $23 billion sectors. AI-powered translators could dilute the biggest advantage the Philippines has the wide use of English, an industry meeting was told this week. Other ... Read More »

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