• User data now locally hosted in India: TruecallerUser data now locally hosted in India: Truecaller

    Aiming to provide secure services to the users, Swedish caller identification app Truecaller on Wednesday said all its Indian user data is now hosted in the country.

  • Smartphones to go cheaper in 2019: Here's the reason
    Tech NewsSmartphones to go cheaper in 2019: Here's the reason

    Smartphone market is growing bigger day by day and India is a country where the scope of mobile phone is high. Global brands like Samsung and Xiaomi are making best efforts to churn the most out of the potential market. For some time both the brands have been struggling hard to win major market share in pan India and Xiaomi grabbed most of 2018.

  • OPPO brings 10x optical zoom technology in India
    Tech NewsOPPO brings 10x optical zoom technology in India

    In the year 2017, OPPO exhibited a new camera technology called 5X Precision Optical Zoom and this 2019, it is time to introduce 10x optical zoom technology in the market. The 5X Precision Optical Zoom technology used combination of hardware and software to obtain high-quality images even after zooming 5 levels. Now, let's see what's there in the kitty of 10x optical zoom technology.

  • Xiaomi brings new Android TV and Mi Soundbar in India: Take a look
    Tech NewsXiaomi brings new Android TV and Mi Soundbar in India: Take a look

    Xiaomi, the leading smartphone maker has launched two new Android TV television sets at 43-inches and 55-inches in size, along with Mi Soundbar in Indian market.

  • Google brings list of new features for Google Assistant
    Tech NewsGoogle brings list of new features for Google Assistant

    If you are a Google Assistant user, then this news will make your day. Recently in Consumer Electronic Show, Google has announced a series of new features for Google Assistant. The new features will help users to perform tasks like check-in for a flight, reaching a hotel, and many more. Therefore, Google Assistant has become more powerful than before. The Assistant now also have the potency to become the interpreter for dozens of languages.

  • New Pet Battle Dungeon: Gnomeregan
    Tech NewsNew Pet Battle Dungeon: Gnomeregan

    World of Warcraft has a new pet dungeon battle that's live on patch 8.1.0. Here's a close look at all the essential details you need to know about it.

  • Apple Maps is now live in India: Enjoy turn-by-turn navigation
    Tech NewsApple Maps is now live in India: Enjoy turn-by-turn navigation

    Apple has confirmed that its new turn-by-turn navigation is coming to Apple Maps in India. Good news is that this feature is now active in Maps in India. It comes with time of arrival and distance of the destination.

  • This new 4TB Pen drive with USB Type C port support will empty your bank balance
    Tech NewsThis new 4TB Pen drive with USB Type C port support will empty your bank balance

    The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 held in Las Vegas is exhibiting robust technical things which are worth buying. Of the many products launched, the Western Digital’s Sandisk is a brand that has promised a lot with its latest product. However, it's yet unsure if the device will hit the market anytime soon.

  • WhatsApp in Android phone to bring fingerprint feature: Now, lock your private chats
    Tech NewsWhatsApp in Android phone to bring fingerprint feature: Now, lock your private chats

    The Facebook owned WhatsApp is planning to bring biometric authentication access to its social messaging platform. The company has working for hard for quite some time to introduce host of of new features on the app for both iOS and Android smartphone users. For instance, the Dark Mode feature has become the most talked about feature among WhatsApp users. After rolling out the feature alongside Android Q update, now there is a new report which points towards possible biometric authentication aka fingerprint access to the WhatsApp application.

  • Google deletes 85 malicious apps from android play store: Here's the list
    Tech NewsGoogle deletes 85 malicious apps from android play store: Here's the list

    In an attempt to ensure more security in the smartphone world, Google, the tech giant has removed 85 dangerous apps from Android Play Store. These apps were available in the form of game, TV, and remote control simulator apps.