YouTube Red: The “more” to the whole new YouTube experience

YouTube has introduced YouTube Red, a premium membership platform that will bring your YouTube experience to the far next level. The subscription service, which will be available only in US for a time soon, will allow videophiles an all-in-one ad free viewing and listening. Offline viewing is one of the service’s notable features. You can download […]

The Apple’s 3D Touch explained

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus was launched yesterday owning several new amazing features, which includes live photos, motion wallpapers and Hey Siri. What Apple thinks the “breakthrough” though is their 3D Touch technology feature which, according to Apple, has made their technical team consume years in developing. Explaining the technology behind it and demonstrating how to […]

Google prioritises security; calls for “HTTPS Everywhere”

Google has announced they have exerted a major investment — which includes strong SSL encryption by default — and created “Project Zero” to make sure its services use leading security protocols, resulting to an automatic safe connection to Search, Gmail and Google Drive and secure access to websites. The company has recently created “Project Zero”, a new, well-staffed team […]

Turn your Instagram photos into classic slide reels

With a little help from Instagram, Reelagram is bringing View Master back in a fresh and modern way — giving those who grew up in the analog era relive memories of favourite characters and scenes from books, TV shows and movies. You might remember the View Master that was introduced in late 30’s and has become a popular toy […]

McAfee: 80% of Flappy Bird imitations contain malware

238 out of 300 tested clones of Flappy Bird — the game created by Dong Nguyen, who is still considering its relaunch — has been found to contain malware, according to a report from McAfee, Inc., a global computer security software company. The Flappy Bird craze has gone wild, and MacAfee has stated that malware […]

Google, Microsoft secures ‘kill switch’ to upcoming phones

Google and Microsoft has announced incorporating “kill switch” technology in the next version of their smartphone operating systems to counter increasing numbers of mobile device theft. The Office of the New York State Attorney General has released an update to its Secure our Smartphones (SOS) Initiative, pushing for a technological solution: a “kill switch” application to enable authorised […]

Amazon unveils ‘Fire Phone’, features 2 new technologies: Dynamic Perspective and Firefly

International electronic commerce company has revealed its newest and much-awaited smartphone — the Fire Phone, owning two new unique technologies: Dynamic Perspective, a 3D interface for advanced facial tracking, and Firefly, an object recognition engine that detects information from real world situations. “Dynamic Perspective uses a custom-designed sensor system that responds to the way you hold, […]

Is #Johning the new planking?

In 1 May 2014, The Hollywood Reporter (THR) has featured John Green and the upcoming film The Fault in Our Stars, which was based from his book of the same title. In that article, John Green “posed for a picture while lying on the floor with one’s legs over the footboard of a bed and a laptop […]