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iOS, News

New-With Some Key Redesigns and Features Apple Showcases iOS 10 at WWDC

WWDC has been a regular platform for Apple to announce its latest products and services and following the same sequence, it has displayed its much-awaited and feature-rich iOS 10 at this year’s event. With these latest releases, Apple is trying to offer futuristic and highly advanced services for its customer across the globe.

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Mobile Apps, News

Google unveils 2016’s Best Projects at Google I/O 2016

Tech-lovers are in for a big treat with Google having its audiences amazed with far-fetched technology realities that the company is all set to bring in the future. During this year’s grandest event Google I/O 2016, there were several announcements by Google in regard of Virtual Reality, new Allo and Duo Apps, Google Home, Android N, Google Assistant and a lot more giveaways. And at the time of launch, many of these big products are going to appear way different from what they are now. Coming to the event, it was absolutely amazing with many surprises for developers, business groups, organizations as well as the end-users.

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With announcement of New Technology no need to Download Entire App

The big change has arrived with the company announcing Instant Apps, this way we will soon have a future where apps and web come together to offer unique experiences. Without the need to download apps, Android phones can easily download chunks of code running the parts of apps required to play a video, sell an item or book a hotel room.

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IoT Security Checklist to Abide by to Ensure Smooth Processing

In the world of internet, soon the Internet of Things is going to be a major possibility for hackers, noting that everything will be connected. Thus it is necessary to ascertain that significant systems and strategies are implemented at every stage of the product development life cycle.

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CES 2016 – Innovation Overload

CES 2016 is starting from January 6th, 2016 in Las Vegas. The innovations and awe-inspiring products will spread across 2.4 million sq. feet of exhibition space. From giants to aspiring startups, all are joining the bandwagon to showcase what they have got to show and how they make this world a better place. Let’s have a quick roundup of what you can expect at CES 2016.

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Technologies to Look Forward to in 2016

2016 is already here, and we are now even closer to the technologies we heard about in 2015. Although none of the much-talked-about technologies of the previous year are going to be mainstream this year, but they could fall into your hands if you won’t mind spending a hefty amount of dollars. Let’s have a look at these:

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Google May Introduce a New Artificial Intelligence Project

Here we have another interesting piece of news for the Google lovers. Buzz has that Google is gearing up to introduce a new artificial intelligence project that’s currently in the works. At the moment, the company is working on a new messaging app that uses artificial intelligence to provide users with answers to search queries.

As of now there are no details regarding the execution of the messaging service, though chatbots are certain to play a significant role. The ultimate motive behind this move seems to boost user engagement with chatbots, as another way of accessing search results and other information.

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iOS, News

Do You Know 800 People are Working on iPhone Camera?

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook was recently a part of the CBS show “60 Minutes” and while in conversation with Charlie Rose, he revealed some interesting facts. Well, Apple’s camera has always been liked by the users and all of them absolutely loved capturing from it. Now you would be glad to know that a lot of brain work goes into it. It has been divulged that around 800 people are solely dedicated to working on the iPhone’s camera and the team comprise of “engineers and other specialists”, led by Graham Townsend, who took Rose on a tour of the camera testing lab.

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Android, News

Android Phone Users Can Now Use Android Pay

It’s merry time for Android smartphone users as now all of them will have an access to Android Pay, that is equivalent of NFC payment via your smartphone. The announcement was made on the official blog for Android.

To put it in an easy and more understandable manner, Android Pay is Google’s mobile equivalent of Apple Pay. However, there is a little tweak here as Apple Pay is currently integrated with Touch ID, and it only works with iPhones that have NFC. Thus, iPhone 5S and older than that, don’t get to do NFC payment. You just have to tap the Phone on the NFC payment reader, available only for certain retailers and opt for the payment method desired by you – whether it be credit, debit or even your cashless wallet for certain merchants. However that depends on whether Android or Apple has any partnership with these wallets.

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News, WordPress

WordPress Undergoes an Overhaul; New WordPress Interface is out There

After more than a decade, WordPress has finally undergone a revamp. Among the major changes, there were code reworks as well as the decade old PHP framework of this hosting platform for blogs and websites has also seen a change. Codenamed Calypso (the new admin interface of WordPress) has decided to let go of PHP, thus forming an alliance with JavaScript using libraries like Node and React for the technical advancement.

Since its inception in 2003, WordPress had been functioning well and it was the favorite of millions of online users owing to its free tools, plugging and themes. It has successfully captured the web CMS market with ease. Based on b2/cafelog software, this hosting platform soon gained prominence as the most significant PHP framework for websites capturing one-fourth of the web market.

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