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Google Set To Release Android 6.0– Christens It Marshmallow; Packs In Three Solid Specs

Google Set To Release Android 6.0

The latest generation for Android OS is finally set to hit marts and has interestingly been named Marshmallow. Currently, the platform is in its beta phase but a preview build release had been made available to developers last week. Around Fall this year, the final versions could be made available but it could be a little longer before these are updated to compatible handsets. We had known that Android 6.0 was set to arrive, back in May during the Google I/O Conference; this had been known as Android M then. However, going with the name of Marshmallow Google has kept its trend of using sweet treats as name for its Android update names. Top Three Marshmallow Features Users of Android will barely see much interface-based differences between Android Lollipop 5.0 and the upcoming Marshmallow. The interfacial changes were already reduced by Lollipop sometime back. The major revamps are intrinsic and aim [+more]

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Google Not Prepared To Launch Project Ara; Testing Newer Design Alogrithms

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Google has been trying to stand out of the regular crowd with its Project Ara. However, things have taken a turn such that too unconventional a thing could lead you into hot water.  According to inside scoop, the latest upcoming phone from Google might just allow you to swap all its main components. Despite its best design algorithms, this is one thing the maker is finding hard to achieve.  A latest tweet from the Project Ara team at Google says, “No more electro-permanent magnets.” This concept is a challenge now and the maker is working on redoing the entire framework of Project Ara such that it can join all the modules together. More so, Google needs to create a phone that does not fall apart when it hits the floor.  Therefore, the durability factor is something at stake here. The creators of Project Ara say that they are in process of [+more]

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Smartphone Diseases- The New Danger Spread By Doctors In Hospitals

Smartphone Diseases- The new danger in Hospitals spread by doctors

A Tasmanian study has showed  that Smartphones used by doctors in hospitals could be the source of diseases. Let’s see how. Danger from smartphones With augment of technology, these smart devices have changed the networking and operations of working in hospitals because these devices are now largely taken into use for accessing laboratory results or ti know about the well-being of the patients who are admitted in the hospitals. However, excess use of these devices can be a reason for putting the health of the patients at risk. The study, which was conducted, stated that nearly 50% of the Smartphones used in hospitals are having one species of bacteria, 40% had two variants and nearly 3% had three other categories of bacteria. Further stated in the report that one of the kind of bacteria known as “Pathogenic” known for spreading infections is found on the Smartphones that are being used by the [+more]

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How to Undo Sent Mail On Gmail

How to activate undo sending feature in Gmail

There are many of us who often send an e-mail with a typo or wrong content. However, this situation becomes extreme when you send an e-mail in a moment of anger and regret it later. Well, we can easily escape these types of situation by simply enabling undo send feature in Gmail. Many mail providers offer this facility to the users but Gmail uses it differently. Undo send feature of Gmail work in a different manner by waiting a few seconds after you have sent an e-mail. An option of undo sending is also available to the user of you want to cancel the sending.  But the users have to be quick in deciding whether they want to send the e-mail or not because Gmail only offers a few seconds delay with this feature after which the mail is sent automatically to the recipient. To enable this feature the users [+more]

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Nest Reveals New Nest Cam, 2nd Generation Nest Protect, Updated iOS App

Nest Reveals New Nest Cam, 2nd Generation Nest Protect, Updated iOS App

Best Buy has seen huge sales and a final sell-out of Nest Cam. The maker has already laid the stage for a slew of new surprises. Especially, the 2nd generation Nest Protect smoke detector that comes in form of an app that runs both on iOS and Android.  Here’s What The Nest Protect Offers As for the latest Nest Protect, we got to know that it is an upgrade that comes with a brand new split spectrum sensor. This uses a pair of two  light wavelengths that can help users differentiate between varied smoke types. So you can bid goodbye to quick fires and slow-spreading fires. Learn Little Bit More On The Nest App You can also get hands on a smoke chamber that is laced with a steel screen complete with small hexagon shaped holes. Another latest thing that is part of this is the App Silence spec. This [+more]

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Why Android Pay Is A Better Option Than Apple Pay?

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It might be very hard to believe that Google’s Android payment system is more rewarding and easy to use payment system than Apple pay.  There are more than one billion android users across the globe which means that we can see a substantial increase in mobile based payments.  Android Pay overcomes all the issues of Google wallet and offers better experience to the users; according to tech experts at Techradar.com. So, why Android pay is a better option than Apple Pay: let’s find out. More features and more rewards- Google play has already collaborated with coca cola so that’s its payment system can be used at vending machines. The company wants to help the world to buy Coca cola with their mobile devices. At Google I/O event, the company also stated that customers will also have the option to redeem coke reward points to purchase the soda. Done away with [+more]

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Apple Might Release iPhone 7 In 2016; Some Probable Phone Specs

Ever since tech giant Apple launched the iOs 7, there have been many speculations about its jailbreak release.

Apple has always enjoyed popularity due to its ability to roll out iPhone versions from time to time. While there have been goof ups, lurches and not so good gestures on each of these iPhones over the years, we still await a new model with bated breath. The Apple iPhone 7, for instance, reinstates this claim. Industry insiders are pointing to a 2016 release for the iPhone 7, while this year might see tweaked versions of the iPhone 6 and  iPhone 6 Plus. If job advertisements are anything to go by, Apple is looking for engineers who can work on the batteries for its line of gadgets. This means that Apple iPhone 7 could come with a beefed up and more efficient battery. We don’t believe this points to bigger battery size but it is expected that Apple will pump in a key software suite upgrade with its iPhone 7. [+more]

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Drone Cameras, Smartbelt And More At CES 2015

XYZ 3D printer CES 2015

Possibly no exhibition sees the surge of technology releases that the Consumer Electronics Show held n Las Vegas enjoys every year. This time around time, news is already coming in about the interesting launches one will see at CES. We’ll bring you all the updates as and when they happen. Meanwhile, here are some of the interesting things we can expect to see: Ring for your phone: When it comes to wearable technology, we’re always looking for something interesting. This time round, it’s going to be a ring that allows you to manage you phone! Use the hand to make certain gestures and allow your phone to do its job. XYZ 3D Food printer: There is going to be a food printer that allows you to enjoy three-dimensional design for icing and to make cookies. Read What Happened at CES 2014 here. Drone cameras: We are set to see Drone [+more]

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Best Gadgets of 2014: It’s a Smartphones vs Laptops War

Best gadgets released in 2014

The year 2014 saw the release of different new gadgets along with updates on several existing models. While some of them took away the market like storm, there were others, which failed to create any hype. When the year is coming to a close, it’s time to take a look at some of the best gadgets of 2014. LG G Flex deserves first mention not just for its price but also for the flexibility of the screen and self-healing back panel. This is the world’s first smartphone handset that can repair minor cuts and scratches on its own. It was one of the best smartphones of 2014. The year 2014 has been quite significant for Oppo as the company entered the Indian market with its smartphone N1. The rotating camera with 13MP capacity makes it a good choice for taking selfies as well as for making video calls. Sony Vaoi [+more]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Alpha Not to be Sold Online in India

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Alpha not to be sold online in India

Samsung has decided it in principle not to sell any of its phone models including the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 and Alpha through the online mode. In this intense age of cut throat competition, this move by Samsung might look surprising at the first glance. Other brands like Motorola, Asus and Xiaomi have been making considerable profits by selling mobile phones through online mode. However, by deciding to sell its products only through the retail outlets, Samsung has tried to send a message to its business partners that it cares for them. However, by this move of Samsung a notion has gone down to the customers that the products will be priced on the higher side. The customers will have to wait more for any official price reduction whenever Samsung does so, especially for the Galaxy Note 4 and Alpha series. The better option would have been to follow a [+more]

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