28 Apr 2017

Facebook announces victory after a 6 month spam operation by Aapt Dubey

Facebook has recently announced that they have finally put an end to the coordinated spam which was plaguing their website for the past six months. Previously Facebook’s security team had released a statement that inauthentic accounts were being created all around the world, these accounts would then like a few pages and then relentlessly spam them for a couple of days. They further stated t ... Read More

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15 Apr 2017

Google has launched its first Machine learning chip by Aapt Dubey

Last year Google had announced at its developer conference that they have currently embarked on a new project of creating its own personalized chips to help expedite the machines capacity in learning different algorithms. It has almost been a year since Google’s intriguing announcement and according to sources Google has finally broken their silence and has started sharing intricate details ... Read More

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8 Apr 2017

YouTube TV finally goes Live in five Cities! by Aapt Dubey

Last February social media giant YouTube announced that it is working on a live TV streaming bundle, to give every cable provider a run for their money! Now that time has finally come as YouTube has unveiled its latest project dubbed as the YouTube TV. Currently the YouTube live streaming bundle is only available in five cities including, Chicago, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, New York and San Franci ... Read More

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29 Mar 2017

Recent Uproar Has Forced Google to Revamp Advertisement Policies by Aapt Dubey

There has been a recent uproar regarding Google’s advertisement policies, as many powerhouse companies have voiced their concerns that they do not want their advertisements displayed next to content that defies their values. Basically, Google has been displaying advertisements alongside controversial content on YouTube and a whole host of other sites. This programmatic advertising apparently ... Read More

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27 Mar 2017

Everything You Need to Know about Google’s Android O by Aapt Dubey

Last year, Google set yet another benchmark for mobile operating systems with the Android Nougat, and apparently they have outdone themselves yet again. Recently, Google announced the developer preview of their latest mobile operating system dubbed the Android O. According to sources the internet giant is made extended battery life and optimum device interface their priority, and the new update ... Read More

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19 Mar 2017

Connect with Government Officials Through Facebook! by Aapt Dubey

Yes you read that right. Facebook has recently launched a new feature dubbed as the ‘Town Hall’. This feature allows users to connect with government officials on state, federal and local levels. It is essentially a space that is dedicated to increase civil engagement and to the people who want to play an integral role in the political process. This is without a doubt a step in the rig ... Read More

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17 Jan 2017

Now iPhone users can add Live Photo-to-boomerang on Instagram by techrevel

Instagram users were in for a surprise yesterday when the co-founder Mike Krieger announced that iPhone 7 Plus users can now add Live Photo to Boomerang and create great GIFs. Not only that, but users can also choose from a wider range of colors on the micro photo blogging platform. Interestingly, the announcement was made via a couple of tweets. Earlier a user had to shoot ‘live photos l ... Read More

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17 Jan 2017

Google Home by techrevel

Home = Echo? Google Home invites some clear comparisons to the Alexa Echo, what with the similar smart assistant that can play music, read out the news and weather and take charge of your smart home. But those are some surface level similarities. For starters, Google Home is around $50 cheaper than the Echo, and you can customize it further, coming in grey, orange, purple and teal fabric, as we ... Read More

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17 Jan 2017

Google Daydream View by techrevel

The Google Daydream View has a lofty vision: converting your smartphone into a virtual reality headset (that is, if your smartphone is a Pixel or a Moto Z). The VR headset is mobile based and in the future, we should see many more Android phones becoming compatible with this technology. With the Daydream View, the user can have a 360-degree experience with panoramic photos, videos, and of course, ... Read More

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17 Jan 2017

Google Assistance by techrevel

Google Assistant first came about in May 2016 when Google launched it at the I/O Google Conference. Google Assistant is basically a virtual assistant like Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and Microsoft’s Cortana. Google has made it quite evident that Google Assistant will now be the future and will be present in all future phones and also in your home. If you are in need of answers, ... Read More

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