Google Will Reportedly Change Your Broken Nexus 5 Free of Cost!

NexusEven though the Nexus 5 is on its last leg – or maybe as a result of it – Google is reportedly all set to offer cost-free substitutes if your alreadying existing device is busted. The search giant supposedly isn’t worrieded about semiotics, either, so no description about exactly how you damaged it is needed. Google simply wants to provide you a new (refurbished) Nexus 5, end of story.

This is specifically good news for people who were stricken by a bout of clumsiness. Admit it: we’ve all dropped our phone at one point or another. Yet rather than charging a pretty penny for a replacement, Google is relatively feeling mighty generous. Continue reading

Windows 9 Accidently Teased by Microsoft, With Logo !

Windows 9Microsoft China, keen to get people talking about the Operating System, Put up a message on Weibo today. It read: ‘Microsoft’s latest Operating System Windows 9 is coming soon, do you think the start menu at the left bottom will make a come back?’ There were even a windows 9 logo, above, that featured the post before it was pulled.

Microsoft is holding a press event where it’s expected to introduce Windows 9, presently described by the codename Windows Threshold, on 30 September. Continue reading

Dropbox Announces 1TB Pro Prepare For $10 Per Month, Password Protection, And More..!

dropboxDropbox, the company behind the popular cloud storage space service, simply disclosed a few substantial modifications to the company’s Pro offering. Dropbox made the news in this official blog post.

Now, a Dropbox Pro account just has one plan for you to select from, which grants you 1TB of cloud storage for $10 per month. That’s both a massive increase in storage space, in addition to a significant decline in price each GB. Before this upgrade, there were 3 Dropbox Pro plans for you to pick from. One provided 500GB of storage for $50 per month, and also the others doled out 200GB as well as 100GB of room for $20 and also $10 per month, respectively. Those are all gone now. Taking their area is the single 1TB prepare for $10 monthly. Continue reading

WhatsApp Now Boasts Full Support for Android Wear!

photoWhatsApp addicts with an Android Wear watch could now read and also reply to incoming messages from their wrist. The application’s most recent upgrade, which is readily available now from Google Play, delivers complete Android Wear Support – in addition to enhanced message storage and some bug solutions.

WhatsApp first added Android Wear support to its beta launch earlier this month, and also since it’s steady, it’s readily available to all users inside everyone – 2.11.362 build. Continue reading

Nokia Here to Launch on Android as Samsung Galaxy Exclusive, Will Power Gear S Maps Too..!

here_mapsNokia has announced that its Here mapping app will be offered as an Android beta app just for Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

This information follows an announcement from the other day, when Nokia claimed it had actually partnered with Samsung to also bring the Below application to Tizen-powered smart devices by Samsung such as the Samsung Gear S. Just it’ll power the smartwatch’s maps and place function referred to as Navigator. Continue reading

Say Goodbye to Microsoft’s MSN Messenger, Closing Down After 15 Years!

Startup-MSNMicrosoft plans to shut down 15-year-old MSN Messenger for good this autumn.

MSN Messenger is a well-known instant messaging client by Microsoft (re-branded as Windows Live Messenger in 2005). Although the client allegedly had over 330 million monthly active users each month merely 4 years earlier, Microsoft has actually revealed it will certainly switch off the service and transfer any remaining users to Skype by 31 October, baseding on the BBC and many Chinese newspapers. Continue reading

Want to Know Who Reads Your Tweets? Twitter’s Analytics Dashboard Reveals All!

logTwitter no more longer just favors validated customers: beginning today, any person can track tweets.

Twitter presented an analytics feature last month, but it limited the feature to anybody with a blue check on their profile. But now the business has opened up the feature to everybody. In other words, if you would like to know exactly how your tweets are performing, merely have a look at the brand-new Activity Dashboard. Continue reading

Seagate Launches World’s First 8TB Hard Disk!

8tbThe first 8TB hard drives around were sent to early-bird buyers today, data storage space company Seagate confirmed. The drives have the largest storage area of any kind of single hard-disk drive on the marketplace.

The demand for a much more reliable hard drive corresponds with the rising amount of data being developed, shared and also saved. The target of the 8TB drive is to supply these needs while also keeping customer expenses low. Continue reading

HTC is Teasing a High-Powered 8-Core, 64-Bit Handset for China!

htcExpecting 64-bit smartphones, yet not offered on Sprint’s incoming spending plan handset? HTC has an additional phone for you – an unnamed device that it asserts will be the very first 8-core 64-bit smartphone on the market. HTC teased the smartphone on its Weibo web page, showing a mock-up of the device’s corner featuring a camera, some proximity sensors and also a metallic-looking blue outline. The octa-core processor most likely indicates this is a mid to high-end devices (Unlike The Version Outed for Sprint), probably with a Qualcomm-sourced processor like the Snapdragon 615.

Google’s Voice Search Application For Android Now Understands 5 Languages At Once!

googleGoogle’s voice search performance is useful for lots of people, specifically considering the greater than 50 languages and dialects it supports. According to the search giant, more than half the world’s population talks 2 or more different languages, and now it is including brand-new functionality to additionally accommodate multilingual people

With the Google search app for Android, users could now search in multiple languages immediately without having to dig with the settings menu to flip back and forward manually. Continue reading