India’s largest telecom operator Bharti Airtel invests in a fintech startup, while Freecharge founders chose a supply management venture for pharmacies. Looks like it’s a jumpstart for startups in today’s list.
When Google first announced the Pixel duo and the exclusive “Really Blue” color, I thought it was the ugliest thing ever. But it turns out, a lot of people thought the exact opposite: the blue variant was sold out in the blink of an eye, and Google has had trouble keeping those in stock. In fact, it was so popular that Google decided to bring it to other countries as well, and to celebrate, the search giant has partnered with Christopher Cowan – a freelance fashion designer – to bring “Really Blue” jeans.
See also: “Really Blue” Google Pixel launching in the UK on February 24
LeEco’s first two smartphones to launch in the US are getting a major update, a key feature being the addition of an app drawer.
See also: LeEco Le S3 and Le Pro3 hands-on
November 2, 2016
One of the things that LeEco really emphasized after launching in the US was its User Planning to User platform or simply UP2U (get what they did there?). Essentially, this platform provides an official forum on which users can provide feedback on the company’s products, ranging from LeEco’s smartphones to its TVs. Well, the Chinese company has released an update for the Le Pro3 and the Le S3, and it brings some of the changes that we’ve been asking for.
We live in an age where more and more people are using their smartphones to launch live streaming videos of themselves to social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Today, ASUS said the newly announced Zenfone Live will cater to that crowd by including an app that is designed to make live streaming videos of their owners look even better.
See also: ASUS ZenFone 3s Max (ZC521TL) review
2 weeks ago
The app, called BeautyLive, works with both the 13MP rear camera and the 5MP front-facing camera on the ZenFone Live. The software is designed to take a...
With the Huawei Watch 2 already scheduled for its official reveal in just a few days, a new set of renders for the upcoming Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch have found their way onto the internet. The renders show the sporty look of the watch, along with its three color versions (black, orange and grey with specks of white).
There doesn’t appear to be a lot of mystery anymore surrounding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 and its larger brother, the Galaxy S8+. New leaks that look like official slides from Samsung have now revealed most of the major hardware specs for both phones.
See also: Galaxy S8 or LG G6: which are you most looking forward to?
January 19, 2017
TechnoBuffalo claims to have received the hardware specs for the Galaxy S8, via an unnamed source. Their leaked...
Google has announced that it will no longer absorb refund costs that have occurred outside the 48-hour window, but instead, they will be deducted from developers’ payouts from now on.
See also: How to get a refund for apps purchased from the Google Play Store
December 26, 2016
As you may know already, Google’s refund policy is very straight-forward: you can get a full immediate refund within 2 hours of your purchase, no questions asked, and there’s also the 48-hour window to apply for a refund if you need more time to decide. What you may not know is that you can still get a refund outside that 48-hour window.
Google quietly implemented this change a few years...
Don’t you hate it when you comment on an article to engage in a discussion and you’re attacked by online trolls? Or you want to read about others’ opinions yet all you seem to be able to find are toxic comments? Online hate speech is a real thing, and today Google is launching Perspective to identify and moderate these nasty comments.
See also: Google Ideas is now Jigsaw
February 17, 2016
Google explains that 72 percent of American Internet users have witnessed harassment online, and almost half have experienced it first-hand. That’s a huge problem not only because it’s a source of fear that ultimately undermines freedom of speech, but it can cause serious...
The Xiaomi Mi MIX wasn’t just another affordable yet well-built Android smartphone made by a Chinese manufacturer; it was revolutionary in that it signaled the start of a new design trend. With a gorgeous 6.4-inch screen taking up almost the entirety of the front of the phone, the Mi MIX was, simply put, refreshing. Given the device’s popularity, it may not be too surprising to know that Xiaomi is officially preparing to launch its successor. Though we know essentially nothing about the second-generation Mi MIX, we’ve put...