Some Online reports suggest more features being added to Pokemon GO. Players will soon be able to offer creatures for others to browse & choose from.
The Indian OS is looking forward to creating a mobile ecosystem for the 1 billion smartphone users from the emerging markets in the long run. In the short term, the team’s goal is to reach 100 million users in the next 3 years.
It’s the newest “big” digital thing, a blockbuster, & taking much of the world (& now, the US) by storm. So much so that most social media users are obsessing about it on social media forums. The object of their fascination – Pokémon GO.
We are all enchanted by the newest of smart gadgets – the Tablets, phablets, smartphones, smart watches & so on & so forth. So does anybody remember the humble PC that we often relied on when we couldn’t even think of the existence of smart gadgets.
There’s no doubt that smartphone apps are not the hot property they were a few years ago. More than development, download of apps has slowed down. The new flavor is bots. So, is it the end of apps, as we know ’em?
While no hardware was announced on the 1st day, Apple announced the macOS Sierra, the next-gen operating system & successor to OS X. macOS Sierra comes with features that make the Mac smarter. Siri is now on the Mac with brand-new capabilities to help with the things users do every day on their desktop.
The Internet’s full of bot talk. But they’ve been around since the start of the Internet. So why all this bot chatter now? Here’s a primer on bots & the reasons for the sudden interest in them.
The transmogrification of the mobile phone has truly begun, though not many would wanna bet on the final outcome. Will our phones start using Virtual Reality tech to transport users or start relying on Artificial Intelligence, or have a combo of both?
Smartphone makers are slowly but surely leaning towards VR reality to renew consumer appetite. According to a new market research report, the VR technology market was expected to reach US $15.8 bn by 2020.
Aimed at the tech & startup communities in India & internationally, the 2-day event, Surge 2016, will take place in Bengaluru on February 23-24.
Facing the conundrum of “to respond now or to respond later” to emails, Los Angeles, US-based developer Andrej Pancik decided to experiment with building an opinionated email client, by removing traditional features, that helps users focus attention on a single email.