VLC Media Player For Windows now Supports 360° videos

VLC; a media player for both Windows and Android is capable of playing any file format, and it is one of the most widely application since a couple of years now. It is now about to bring in support for new medium to its Windows software. The company has unveiled the technical preview that enabled the […]

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Google Auto App Rolled Out to Android Phones

During Google’s annual developers conference, the company had teased the new Android Auto software that would entirely run on your Android phones eliminating the need for a new car or aftermarket dashboard display and today Google has finally started rolling out the Android Auto App for all Android users. The new updated Android App replaces the […]

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Facebook plans to reduce censorship, show more offensive but newsworthy content

Facebook will soon display more graphic content including violence and nudity that would normally violate its policies as long as the imagery is newsworthy or important enough. Joel Kaplan, Facebook’s VP of global policy writes “Our intent is to allow more images and stories without posing safety risks or showing graphic images to minors and […]

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Whatsapp Video Calling Rolling Out, Apple and Windows Users to get it First

WhatsApp has been planning to bring out the Video calling feature to the app since quite some time and it was found through some hints fro time to time. Finally, the plans are coming alive and the WhatsApp Video calling feature will be an integral part of the app. For now, it is only the […]

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Download Pixel Launcher Apk For Android Phones

Google has finally made the Pixel Launcher available on the Google Play Store and you can download it, only with a catch – You need to have a Pixel phone for that. Not good, at all. It is up to Google to allow the other devices and whether it will do that in the coming […]

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How to Stop Auto Download on Google Allo

Google Allo app is to surely grow in the coming days and for now not many users are talking of a great experience with it except for the praise for Google Assistant. The Google Assistant is surely helpful, interactive and the artificial intelligence works well there but is the regular chat with other contacts full […]

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Android Powerhouse (HTC Bolt) without 3.5mm Headphone Jack Leaked Online

HTC is reportedly preparing to unveil a brand new smartphone this month. Rumoured as the HTC Bolt, it will be a mid-range device with a 5.5-inch display and decent internals. In the images leaked online, the handset appears to feature an HTC 10 – like design language and come without a 3.5 mm headphone jack. […]

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Apple Possibly Looking to Japanese Expertise to Improve Siri

Apple CEO Tim Cook hinted that Japan has a big part to play in the company’s ongoing development of AI, as he continued his travels around the country via bullet train on Monday. Speaking to Nikkei Asian Review, Cook revealed that Apple’s new advanced R&D center in Yokohama, currently scheduled for completion in December, would […]

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New!!! Facebook lets you AirPlay or Google Cast web and mobile videos to your TV

Facebook wants you to lean back and watch its News Feed videos on your television with a new feature that lets you stream clips via Apple TV, AirPlay devices, Google Chromecast, and Google Cast devices. The move could help Facebook generate more video ad revenue, and increase usage time by giving people the richest possible […]

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Coming soon: Android 7.1 Developer Preview

Today, we’re taking the wraps off of Android 7.1 Nougat, the latest version of the platform. You probably saw a sneak peek of it at last week’s event. It’s an incremental update based on Android 7.0 but includes new features for consumers and developers — from platform Daydream VR support and A/B system updates to […]

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