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  • Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance To Introduce Android-based Infotainment System By 2021

    The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance has partnered with the tech giant Alphabet’s Google to develop its next-generation of Android OS-based in-car entertainment system. The alliance is planning to debut the infotainment system based on Android OS by 2021. Apart from Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi, other sub-brands such as Alpine, Dacia, Datsun, Infinity and Lada will also feature the same system.

  • Google Assistant now gives snapshot of your day

    San Francisco: Google is adding a feature called “snapshot” to Assistant that would maintain a visual overview of your daily schedule and provide suggestions and personalised information to ensure you do not get late for your flight or miss the last date for payment of a bill.

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    Welike – A social media app ‘Made In India’

    A new social media app ‘Welike’ has caught the attention of Indian users for being the app to be made in India which lets users interact with others on the basis of their interests and likes. Users can interact with like-minded souls who can together discover the latest updates and interact with each other.

  • FIFA 2018: Google Search to help people follow World Cup matches in real-time

    San Francisco: To help people follow the World Cup matches in real time and see highlights on their phones, Google Search has rolled out new features designed to treat football fans around the world to a “new immersive experience” that includes group tables, statistics, and trending players. “Looking forward to the updated Search experience for soccer, just in time for the World Cup,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai tweeted late on Friday.

  • Be Future Ready with Blockchain and Android Development Courses

    Blockchain is an innovative technology that can be described as chains of blocks. These blocks hold strings of digital information that is shared among all the network users in a decentralised manner. There are many high-level advantages of using this technology for modern day business. Blockchain technology enables businesses to build ingenious solutions at a lesser cost. The primary aspect of blockchain is in understanding how it works to customise a block as per

  • New ASUS smartphone with massive battery, pure Android in India

    New Delhi: Taiwanese smartphone maker ASUS on Monday announced the global debut of ZenFone Max Pro (M1) from India, which is the first device from the company to be co-marketed and distributed online on Flipkart. The device comes with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Processor and a massive 5,000mAh battery that claims to give up to 42 hours of talk time, 28 hours of browsing, 199 hours of music playback and 20

  • WhatsApp allows users to migrate data to new number

    New Delhi : WhatsApp on Friday rolled out a new feature in a Beta update that will soon enable iOS, Android and Windows Phone users migrate their data to a new number without much hassle.

  • Google acquires GIF platform Tenor

    San Francisco: Google has acquired mobile GIF keyboard and search engine Tenor for Android, iOS and desktop making it easier for users to find and share GIF images, the company has announced.

  • Google may rebrand Android Wear to Wear OS

    San Francisco: Google has hinted it might be rebranding Android Wear — the operating system (OS) that it designed for smartwatches and other wearables — to simply “Wear OS”.

  • ‘WhatsApp Business’ now available on Android in India

    New Delhi: To help businesses communicate better with their customers in India, WhatsApp has officially rolled out “WhatsApp Business” — a free-to-download Android app for small businesses — in the country. The new app, available on Google Play Store, will make it easier for companies to connect with customers, and more convenient for its users to chat with businesses that matter to them.

  • Google ‘Datally’ app to help you save on mobile data

    New Delhi: Google on Thursday launched an app designed to help Android phone users understand, control and save on their expensive mobile data. This app, called Datally, allows users to track their data usage in real time, and get personalised recommendations on saving data along with notifications of public Wi-Fi spots available nearby.

  • Google faces inquiry over location data collection

    San Francisco: After Google reportedly confirmed the practice of gathering location data from Android devices even when the service was disabled by users, regulators in South Korea summoned representatives of the tech giant this week for questioning.

  • Apps to manage your nutrition

    While a few of the diet apps in this list are calorie counters and food diaries with added bells and whistles, we’ve made sure to include innovative and unique options as well. Remember that the true measure of an app’s worth is if it helps you to make healthy changes. If an app doesn’t motivate you to improve your diet, it’s not much more than a waste of time.

  • Hi-tech gadgets for fitness buffs

    From people who want to be serious about their fitness regime to the ones who want to just count calories and measure the amount of exercise they are doing can buy fitness band, use their Android or Apple smartphone to track the live data and take corrective actions to improve health