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
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
Microsoft's push into being the connective glue between all of your devices is encompassed in Graph. That is what the company is calling a handful of features it says will "connect dots between people, conversations, projects and content." Announced during the second day of Build 2017, the aim is to make all things Microsoft work… Continue reading Microsoft bridges the gap windows 10 and your phone with their new software Microsoft graph
The platform to replace the smartphone will be a mixed-reality device like HoloLens, says Microsoft tech guru Alex Kipman. Apple's iOS revenues are likely to reach $1 trillion this year, but the phone that's driving Apple's mobile business is a walking zombie, according to one Microsoft exec. The reign of the smartphone, championed by the… Continue reading The smartphone is dead. You just don’t know it
The past week has been the Big-O week for all of us involved in Google's ecosystem and the Android world. The follow-up to Android 7.0/7.1 Nougat was announced as Android O — full name still unknown ( But as per few people and going by Android previous naming conventions it is to be named as Oreo) — and the developer… Continue reading what’s new in Android O?
It’s a fact that, mobile apps have become an overflowing bin of disparate digital objects. A million apps that do mostly the same thing, some better and some worse. Some are one-off campaign apps, and others are struggling businesses barely able to ride through the sea of sameness. Every app has its own user interface,… Continue reading Chat Bots might be replacing the Apps
If you have been waiting for the OnePlus 4, then just do a plus one to the 4. According to leaks and rumours, Chinese handset-maker OnePlus may skip the ‘OnePlus 4’ name and release a new 5 with a dual-edge display. Leaked specifications indicate that the new OnePlus 5 will come with a dual-edged display… Continue reading OnePlus 5 may come with dual edge display, 23-megapixel camera
If banking is something you do on an app, why shouldn’t your mobile carrier actually be your bank? It’s more than just an idea. Airtel in India and Orange, Telenor, and O2 are all building their own operations in other countries. All over the world people are switching away from branch-based banking, and even desktop… Continue reading The next Steps for mobile carriers: Become banks ?
All these days consumer goods companies have been at fore front in implementing digital innovation in the areas of marketing and sales. Whereas supply chain operations area was getting least importance in digital innovation. Recently many consumer goods companies have started exploring the application of digital solutions in their manufacturing processes. We can say digitalization… Continue reading How digital innovation is transforming consumer goods Manufacturing
Let’s imagine a you enter a local pub and the background music is your favorite song, it might not be a coincidence. there could be a beacon behind it. How about using these beacons for creating a more engaging experience for customers? Rockbot is one such music start up, which is collaborating with restaurants and… Continue reading Beacons, Pubs and Brews