4th Oct Google Event | What to Expect?

On Sept 7th Apple announced one the most anticipated products of the year iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with Apple Watch Series 2 and iOS10. Now it is Google’s turn to hold the limelight for their next set of gadgets this year on 4h Oct. 2016. Lets find out what can we expect on…

Pixel and Pixel XL Full Specs Leaked | Nougat 7.1 Confirmed

We are just one day away from Google’s event on Oct 4th  expecting Pixel and Pixel XL to be announced along with some other big announcements like Nougat 7.1 with some hardware like Chromecast Ultra. While we are waiting for the announcement, “carphonewarehouse.com” has accidentally leaked the detailed specifications on their website. It went viral…

Google Trips: Best App for Travel Planning? | Reviewed

Between the hype and noise of “Google Allo” and Google’s Next phone’s release date, one app which was released on 19th Sept was totally ignored by the crowd, That app is “Google Trips” For an introduction, this is basically a trip planning app by Google, where your travel and stay reservations, Itinerary, Maps and all the…

Google Allo: Google’s AI Powered Messaging App Launched

This year at Google IO, Google made some really interesting announcements like Google’s video chat app “Duo” and an instant messenger “Google Allo” which has some integrated features dependent on AI (Artificial Intelligence). After Duo’s launch everyone was waiting for Allo to launch and here we are today with the app ready on Play Store….

Google’s Next Flagship “Pixel”to be Unveiled on Oct 4th

As current rumors say,  Google is Killing their Nexus line of flagship to begin with their own phone lineup called “Pixel”. After a lot of speculations Google has released a video which clearly hints towards their event on Oct 4th.     They have also created a website with URL “madeby.google.com” giving us enough clue…

Why iPhone 7/7 Plus does not have Headphone Jack? Courageous Move?

We have had headphone jacks of quarter inch or 6.35mm from 19th Century. Later the miniature version it, which is currently known as 3.5mm audio jack became popular in mid of 20th century.   Despite of having this audio port for such a long time, why Apple is throwing it in the trash?  Do we…