We've been treated to plenty of leaks recently, and the latest devices to break cover are Meizu's next flagship phones, the Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus. Thanks to serial leaker OnLeaks, in collaboration with Indian price comparison site CompareRaja.in, we're able to cast our eyes on renders apparently based on official CAD designs, as… Continue reading Renders of the Meizu Pro 7 and Pro 7 Plus show off dual camera setup and secondary display
The Galaxy Note7 was a bit of a disaster for Samsung. But it's been nearly a year since that phone launched, which means that its successor, the Note8, will be coming to stores near you soon. Famed leaker OnLeaks has partnered with tech site 91mobiles to bring us an in-depth CAD look at the next… Continue reading Galaxy Note8 gets revealed from all angles
The personal assistant arms race is heating up, as the latest update for Microsoft's Cortana can now easily replace the Google Assistant. If you'd like, the next time you long-press home to pull up your personal assistant, you can find the familiar oscillating purple and white dot staring back at you. The new feature comes… Continue reading Cortana can now be set as the default assistant on your Android device
In honor of Skype’s newest update, the video chat and messaging app is dropping support for a variety of platforms. According to Techcrunch, over a dozen Skype apps and platforms (including SkypeKit-powered phones) are losing Skype support on July 1, meaning you won’t be able to use the service on certain devices. Bummer Below are… Continue reading Next generation of Skype is coming
Microsoft is working on a new conversational UI for Cortana, similar to Google's Assistant app on Android. If you're a huge fan of how the Google Assistant looks on Android, we may have some good news for you. Several sources familiar with the matter have told Windows Central that Microsoft is working on a brand… Continue reading Microsoft testing a new conversation-based UI for Cortana in Windows 10
Digital storm is taking direct shot at demographics, economics and technology of retail industry. Demographically, millennial have become the largest consumer base because of its expectations and habits which retailers are accommodating slowly and steadily. Along with this mega demographic change, the physical economy of retail industry is shifting quickly, without damaging the bricks and… Continue reading How Retail Industry can Survive in the Online World
WWDC 2017 is all set to run from June 5-9 this year. The much-awaited event will be held at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. Apple marketing Chief Phil Schiller said that San Jose will provide a great environment for developers attending the conference. â€œOf course, San Jose has the added benefit of being… Continue reading Apple WWDC2017 : what to expect?
Yes ,You read that right: Samsung still hasn't given up on flip phones. In fact, the company â€” as reported by Korea's ET News, via The Investor â€” is preparing to launch a new model in Korea soon. The device, named SM-W2017, appears to be a new version of an existing device with the same… Continue reading Is Samsung launching smart flip phone ?
Microsoft Build 2017 happened in Seattle this week. The day 2 keynote of Build 2017 just finished, but the company will have some sessions later today as well as tomorrow. However, all of the big announcements are already out, and there are a lot of things to talk about since Microsoft had 2 keynotes for… Continue reading Microsoft build 2017 top announcements
First, it's worth going over exactly what Fuchsia is, because it's been quite a while since we talked about it. As opposed to all of Google's other OSes, such as Android and Chrome OS, Fuchsia uses the company's new 'Magenta' kernel instead of Linux. According to the project's documentation, Magenta is designed for "modern phones and… Continue reading Is google replacing its Android with Fuchsia?