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Facebook Watch Rivals YouTube for Ad Dollars

Facebook Watch Rivals YouTube
Finally, Facebook’s YouTube competitor Watch rolls out in the U.S. It marks the social media network’s bid to vie for ad revenue with the #1 streaming service YouTube as well as conventional TV. It will be quite interesting to see how Facebook Watch rivals...

Line lets you group chat with up to 200 friends

Line lets you group chat with up to 200 friends
Group chat on smartphone isn’t a new idea, but Line, the most popular messaging startup of Japan, hasn’t supported it, until now. Now, with the latest update for iOS, desktop and Android, the messaging upstart out of Japan, has catered to conference calls. So, if you...

Google is making its Nik collection for professional photographs free

Google is making its Nik collection for professional photographs free
Google has now removed the price-tag from its Nik Software. Nik software, Google’s most popular photo editing suite of seven different plug-ins aimed at advanced photography, is now available for free. Nik is one of the most popular hits in the Photoshop and Lightroom world. The software came to light when...

5 hidden Snapchat tips and tricks 2016

Snapchat Tips and Tricks 2016
For new Snapchat users, it’s quite a tedious task to get started with the photo-sharing platform. Don't worry though, as the service offers little help to make new users go easy and learn the Snapchat things at their own pace. Despite of the helping hand offered by...

IBM, Microsoft seek opportunity in forecasting China’s smog

IBM and Microsoft to forecast China smog.
When will China have a comprehensible idea to deal with the infamous China Smog? The query often arises in almost every Chinese mind. Well! The big question still remains unanswered while many technological giants try to find a way to tackle the nascent, tarnished...

Apple may launch 5.8-inch OLED iPhone in 2017

5.8-inch OLED iPhone
After surprising users with the launch of a smaller version of iPhone with 4-inch display at its March event, Apple is widely expected to surprise us with something special for the next year’s iPhone. Reports suggest that Apple is working on a 5.8-inch OLED iPhone...

The FTC may Charge $7.1 Trillion Fine for Facebook over Recent Data Scandals

Fine for Facebook
The recent Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data scandal was a shock for users, invading the private life of approximately 87 users who trusted their privacy with Facebook. Although the director Mark Zuckerburg apologized publically for this “data breach” and pledged to make amends in the platform’s...

Bethseda announces three DLCs for Fallout 4

Fallout 4
Fallout 4, the fifth major iteration to popular action RPG series, is all set to get three add-ons beginning next month. Alongside the release of DLC packs, the Season Pass price of the game will also increase. The first add-on titled Automatron will be released...

Nissan develops world’s first self-parking chair

Nissan develops world’s first self-parking chair
Looks like Nissan has turned its interest from cars to intelligent parking chairs. The company has developed a new self-parking office chair that has set a benchmark in automotive technology. Nissan said these “intelligent parking chairs” are able to automatically place themselves to their rightful...

Google’s Science Journal allows users to conduct research on their smartphones

Google's Science Journal App
Google has announced a new app dubbed Science Journal that allows users to conduct scientific research on the go, using Android smartphones. Once installed, users can easily record and organize their data in real time and see the graphical representation of that data to easily...

Apple unveils smaller iPhone, iPad and more during its March event

Smaller iPhone and iPad
Apple has announced a slew of new products, including highly anticipated smaller iPhone and iPad, during the Apple March event 2016 hosted in San Francisco. Apple has dubbed the new iPhone as iPhone SE labelling it as the  “the most powerful 4-inch phone ever.” The...

Facebook TV Programming Could Launch by the End of Summer

Facebook TV Programming
The world of live streaming is likely to get a little more mobbed as Facebook TV programming could launch by the end of this summer. The social media giant is planning to spend millions of dollars for its online programming ambitions. According to some...

Street Fighter V rage quit will endow you with penalties from Capcom

Street Fighter V Rage Quit
Street Fighter V rage quit has emerged as an annoying problem in Street Fighter V. During online matches in Street Fighter V, players on the losing end often get frustrated and quit the game in order to avoid the loss to be embossed on their record....

New Windows 10 Insider mobile build might hit this week

Windows 10 Insider Mobile
Microsoft cleared in the latest statement that no new PC builds will be released in coming days, but a new Windows 10 Insider mobile build might come this week. The company introduced a huge Windows 10 build for Insiders last week as well. Some few days...

Reliance Communications is Offering Big Discounts on Buying Postpaid Connections Online

Reliance Communications
Regarded as the leading telecom brand in India, Reliance Communications hardly needs any introduction. Over the past few years, the company has established itself as a larger-than-life brand. It’s no longer a telecom company but has become an integral part of our daily lives....

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Reports: Google Building Social Gaming Startup Called Arcade

Google is reportedly building social gaming startup called Arcade. Expected to boast of elements of a trivia game, the Arcade could make its debut this...