- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 23 Mar 2017
To show its confidence in product quality after the Galaxy Note7 crisis, Samsung is said to offer unconditional refund option wherein Galaxy S8 buyers can use the phone for three months and can get their money back if the smartphone doesn't meet their needs.
Friday, 17 Mar 2017
Users can now watch video attachments on Gmail. The video can still be downloaded, but clicking on the file will now let you watch on a YouTube-like video player. It will now let users play the clip back, adjust quality and sound levels, and stream it to a Chromecast device.
The Germany-based high-end watchmaker, Montblanc, has revealed its first luxury smartwatch – the Summit. The device is expected to run on Android Wear 2.0 and will have a starting price of USD 890.
We’re now convinced, Google knows everything. The company is now working on another experimental messaging app – the Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger app. The new app transcribes everything, and replaces words with emoji where it can. Isn’t it fun?
Tuesday, 14 Mar 2017
Fifteen months after acquiring key assets from Rdio, Pandora is now ready to launch its music streaming service – Pandora Premium. The service will start rolling out to U.S. users on March 15.
Monday, 13 Mar 2017
Nearly two years after announcing the Project Jacquard, Google’s connected Levi’s jacket is ready for its launch this last quarter of the year. Google also announced that the first smart denim jacket will be priced at USD 350.
Android users enjoy the perks of customizing their home screens with launchers, icon packs, and widgets. Fortunately, Google wants to make personalizing home screens easier. The company has launched the Android Taste Test that personalized home screen based on a series of questions.
Google has recalled faulty Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones that were apparently shipped with malfunctioning microphones. Meanwhile, the company claimed that they do believe that this is a hardware issue and software updates will not fix it.
Tag Heuer will be announcing its next smartwatch on March 14. It could be the first modular customizable smartwacth in the market as it is said to allow users to switch between the Android Wear 2.0 body and a more traditional automatic movement.
Seeing opportunities in the growing connected auto market, Samsung has completed the acquisition of audio leader HARMAN. The completion of the transaction took place months after the Korean giant announced the buy for the price of approximately USD 8-billion.