Unlimited cloud storage is a great feature that came with the new Google Photos app. But what is surprising is that Google does not stop backing up your media content on its cloud service even after uninstalling the app. David Arnott, the editor at the Nashville Business Journal, recently found out that Google continues to back up photos in its cloud storage even after you uninstall Google Photos.
Rahul Yadav s sacking has been nothing less than dramatic. After the announcement, the website was hacked with the perpetrators showing their support for the ousted CEO. In an equally dramatic way, Yadav has put up photos of his posh Mumbai apartment that he has to vacate citing high rent.
Google recently rolled out its revamped standalone photos app at I/O, featuring unlimited storage and amped up search. The search got updated to recognize events, places and not to forget the image recognition software. However in a major goof up, the Google Photos app mistakenly processed a selfie of two black American friends and labeled them as Gorillas.
After announcing that the OnePlus 2 will be the first flagship to use the USB Type C port, the company took to Twitter and its forum to share some images of the cable. The images show off the USB Type C cable with its stunning red and white design complete with the OnePlus logo, just like the OnePlus One cable.
Earlier today, Lenovo launched the K3 Note at an event in Delhi. The 4G-capable phablet is priced at Rs 9,999, and will go on sale next month via Flipkart. We spent some time with the phablet at the launch event, and here are some hands-on photos that show the phablet from all possible angles.
Google has uveiled the Photos app at I/O 2015. This marks the separation of Google + from Photos, and Director of Photos Anil Sabharwal announces that it comes bundled with social media-friendly features, new editing tools and an improved search functionality. The new app will be available on Android, iOS and web from today.
Google is all set to begin its I/O conference at 10PM today, and we are expecting the tech giant to announce a lot of interesting stuff. As the tradition goes, a lot of rumors, leaks and speculations of everything that is going to be unveiled at San Francisco have been doing the rounds online for quite some time now. The company is set to unveil the next Android version, a new standalone Photos app and even a new IoT OS called Brillo among other things. We give you a lowdown on all the things we expect out if this years I/O conference.
We reported a few days ago that Google is separating Photos from Google +. Now we have some screenshots of the new Photo app that the tech giant is set to unveil at its I/O conference on May 28. The new leak gives us the first look of the app, its interface and its new features like 'Assistant'.
After separating Google+ photos in a separate section on Google Drive, the company has decided to completely pull out Google Photos, and make it available as an independent service.
At its global smartphone event in New Delhi today, Xiaomi launched the Mi 4i. The smartphone is priced at Rs 12,999 and will go on sale via Flipkart on April 30. Registrations for the first sale kick off at 8:00PM today. Here's a look at the new smartphone from all possible angles.
Micromax today finally launched the Canvas Spark in India. The smartphone is priced at Rs 4,999, and it will go on sale exclusively via Snapdeal from April 29 onwards. Here s a look at the new smartphone from all possible angles.
Lenovo is launching the A7000 in India next week on April 7, but in the meantime, the company already seems to have another smartphone in the pipeline. Called the Lenovo A7600-M, photos and specifications of the smartphone have surfaced online, courtesy of Mobile-dad.
Google+ users will now be able to see and manage photos uploaded to the social media website via Google Drive using a new Google Photos tab. They will be stored in folders alongside other kinds of files.
Xiaomi is hosting an event tomorrow on the occasion of its fifth anniversary. The Chinese company is not only promising big surprises, but CEO Lei Jun is also expected to launch new Mi product(s). While it is keeping things under wraps, we might have some idea about what could be launched tomorrow.
Looks like the LG G4, which is slated to be announced in the next quarter, has another variant to keep it company. An XDA user has leaked images of what he claims to be the LG G4 Note, and it looks like nothing but a larger variant of the LG G4 with Android 5.0.2 Lollipop running on it.
Last night, Amazon launched the Kindle Voyage in India. Hailed as the best e-reader the company has built till date, it is priced at Rs 16,499 for the Wi-Fi only variant, while the 3G variant is priced at Rs 20,499.
Earlier today, Datawind launched a couple of cheap Android smartphones in India, bundled with free Internet. The PocketSurfer 2G4 and the PocketSurfer 3G4 are priced at Rs 1,999, and Rs 2,999 respectively. Both the smartphones will be on sale via offline and online retailers.
How do you celebrate when your wife reaches 30 million followers on Twitter? Well, if you are Kanye West and your wife is Kim Kardashian, one of the ways is to tweet nude photos of her.
Earlier today, Xiaomi launched the successor to the popular Redmi 1S the Redmi 2. The smartphone was first launched in China at the beginning of the year. In India it will go on sale on March 24 via Flipkart, carrying a price tag of Rs 6,999.