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September 2015

Comparision : Google Pixel C V/S iPAD Pro

Yesterday Google introduced Google Pixel C. Google extended the Pixel name beyond its Chromebook laptops to its first Pixel tablet in the Pixel C.

As is expected from a Pixel device this tablet is seriously premium stuff. Not only is the build quality high but there are smart physical offerings like a wirelessly charging keyboard.

But Apple, as king of the premium tablet world, has also upgraded with its iPad Pro. This also features a keyboard and wants to replace your laptop.

Google has crammed in a hefty 308ppi in its Pixel C display that pushes out a 2560 x 1800 resolution on a 10.2-inch screen. Google also says there’s 500 nits of brightness and full sRGB colour gamut. While this sounds lovely we’d be a little worries about how much power all those pixel and that brightness will chew through. Continue reading “Comparision : Google Pixel C V/S iPAD Pro”


Google Pixel C – Specs, Design & Details

Google introduced Pixel C a large screen tablet with high specs. The Pixel C is a tablet, not a laptop, but it does convert to a laptop-like form factor with the addition of a clever detachable keyboard.

The 10.2-inch Android Marshmallow device is the first tablet Google has designed completely in-house, and it’s a not-so-subtle attempt at competing with Microsoft’s Surface line, Apple’s iPad Pro and other high-end tablets that turn into makeshift laptops with the right add-ons. In this case, there’s an optional, smart Bluetooth keyboard ($149) that docks with the Pixel C when you’re bent on getting work done, clings to the back of the tablet when you’re not using it and charges when closed with the tablet attached. And much like the similarly pro-minded Chromebook Pixel, the Pixel C is using a USB Type-C connector — you can even share chargers with the new Nexus phones if you’re so inclined.

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Google Nexus 5X Specs, Design & Details

The rumors are true: LG is back to build Google’s 5.2-inch Nexus 5X. Google introduced Nexus 5X at Event hosted by Google today. Leaked repeatedly over the last few weeks, the specs aren’t much of a surprise  or outpacing the also just-announced Nexus 6P – but it’s still a powerhouse phone.

Specs :

♦ Screen : 5.2″

♦ Processor : Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 CPU

♦ RAM : 2GB

♦ OS : Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)

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Best VR Apps & Games Collection

Looking For Amazing Apps & Games!! Yes, you are at right place. Checkout the Best VR Apps & Games Collection. It contains Apps & Games which supports Android & iOS Devices. All the Apps contains the Download Links. That’s it you’re good to go.


VRSE is an app filled with short 3-D 360-degree videos from the documentary and feature-film-making worlds. Each of VRSE’s experiencess are created and curated by Chris Milk, an expert in virtual reality storytelling. Download for iOS or Android here(Free).


Littlstar is a 360° video and VR cinema network, where you can experience the best content from Red Bull, Mercedes F1, DKNY, Volvo, MLB and much more across over 20 categories including Travel, Sports, Lifestyle, Technology, Music and more on any device! Download for iOS or Android here (Free). Continue reading “Best VR Apps & Games Collection”

Google Play Renamed To Google Store ?

Note : The changes were seen by the user. The user was running Cyanogenmod v. 12, which is compatible with a theme called MaterialUP, available here on the Play Store (still).

It is a surprise in any fashion to have a new moniker for the Google Play Store if there is little evidence from Google that things will officially change. There’s also the fact that the text brand asset has yet to be updated with the new Google logo. That’s a major branding oversight from a tech giant. But then again, app developers can tuck and trim their creations at their whims. Hopefully, we’ll see what whims the developer had.We’re attempting to get comment from the app developer and will report back if we hear from him. Continue reading “Google Play Renamed To Google Store ?”

List of HTC Devices To Recieve Android Marshmallow Update Soon

Marshmallow is bouncing toward our Android phones left, right and center. It all begins with the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P that we are expecting to be introduced during the Google event in San Francisco tomorrow. HTC is also coming out with an early debutante to the fluff. But the One A9 will be in good, mallowy company.

While some One series devices will obviously get the M update with Sense UI 7 in tow, we now have a more inclusive list of which devices from other lineups will make the jump as well.

According to the ever-reliable @LlabTooFer, who has an excellent track record when it comes to HTC leaks, this is the list of handsets that are to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow with HTC’s latest Sense 7 user interface:

♦ One M9

♦ One M9+ Continue reading “List of HTC Devices To Recieve Android Marshmallow Update Soon”

Hike Messanger App Gets Hindi News Feed And Stickey(Use stickers in other apps)


Bharti and SoftBank joint venture Hike Messenger, an instant messaging platform, on Monday launched a Hindi News feed in its app after seeing 100 million views of English news stories per week.

The Hindi News feed will allow users to access nuggets of news reports across sports, entertainment, politics, technology, and other categories.

“We’re thrilled to launch Hindi News platform for our users. We have carefully studied content consumption patterns of our user base and hike being an Indian app, we are happy that now our users can read news in Hindi. Users can switch between Hindi and English news by tapping a button. We believe this is a step forward as we embark on our journey to bring India online in a locally relevant way,” said Kavin Bharti Mittal, founder of Hike.

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– George Bernard Shaw

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