Author archives: Anna Versai

These Lesser Known Virtual Assistant Apps could Replace Siri or Cortana
We highly rely on some of the most popular Virtual Assistant Apps like Siri, Cortana, and Google Now to get our things done. These apps make our life much easier by doing things on our behalf. Want to search for a restaurant nearby? Or want to set a reminder? Siri has got your back. But there are some of the Virtual Assistant Apps that are not much popular but work wonders. Here is the list of apps that could be an alternative to the most known Virtual Assistant Apps: Hound (iOS, Android) Hound provides you with deep and fast r...
Google is reportedly building a third-party iOS keyboard
According to reports, Google is in the process of making a feature for iOS used by millions of people every day. The search giant is apparently crafting a keyboard for iOS with gesture-based input and built-in Web search functionality. Of course, this would be a third-party keyboard and is likely to be one which the company hopes will sway iOS users away from their stock iOS keyboard option. The company is said to have been testing the iOS keyboard app with Google HQ employees for months. However, there is no information currently...
Will adding Twitter Stickers make it any better?
Twitter Stickers is a new feature that may soon become part of the tweets, which will allow its users to add images to their photos just before tweeting them. The tech giant is testing this new feature along with a feature that let the users view pictures with similar edits and suggests other edits that will help users to participate in furthering a meme, says Re/code. The company already provides stickers in its celeb-only photo app – Twitter Camera. Evidently Twitter is not the first social media app that is trying to involve st...
iPhone SE: Smaller but Powerful
Yesterday, the Apple event introduced the world to its new iPhone SE – a smaller and more powerful iPhone that can suit your pocket as well. At the first glance, iPhone SE clearly looks like iPhone 5s, but when you take a keen gaze at its features, you have to admit that looks can be deceiving. The company assures that this new iPhone is the most powerful 4-inch phone ever and the cheapest one in the iPhone series. Apple has ditched the bigger-the-better trend and has retraced its steps when launching a scaled-down iPhone in its Ap...
Want your waffles to taste better? Instagram it already!
Even when you are starving, you never miss to Instagram a perfect-looking picture of your food, do you? Oh, you have to admit that you click a dozen of pictures until you get the perfect one, then apply some of the filters using various apps, before Instagramming it with a million of #foodporn and #omnomnom hashtags. If you are not one of those people, you definitely have a friend who is addicted to foodstagramming all the time, which might be driving you crazy. Well, let them do their thing because it will make their food taste be...
3 Apps to Bring an End to Your Smartphone Addiction
Have you ever imagined how much time we waste in a day, looking at our Smartphone screen? If you say 2 hours or something, you need to recalculate it, and, this time, more accurately. Let’s face it: we all are in an era, where every person is busy with their phones, half of the time. And the bad side is, we don’t even come to know about our Smartphone addiction until we keep a track of it. We all have those addictive games and apps that constantly distract us. Now, paradoxically, we have Smartphone apps that will help you stop your...
The new Spider-Man has picked his side in the Captain America: Civil Wars
As the recent trailer of Captain America: Civil Wars shows, many other heroes have teamed up with Iron Man (Tony Stark) and Captain America (Steve Rogers) when they fight against each other. We already know that Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Falcon have got Captain America’s back. And, War Machine, The Vision, and the Ant-Man are supporting the Iron Man. Guess who else is on Team Iron Man? The Marvel’s version of the new Spider-Man. It was expected that Spidey will pick Iron Man’s side, as mentioned in the original Civil Wars comic...
Logitech K480 Review: A Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard
Let’s face it: Every morning we are juggling multiple devices, checking our emails, replying to texts, and responding to notifications. Managing all those devices - Smartphone, tablet and PC at the same time requires a lot of effort. Worry no more; Logitech K480 is at your rescue. Logitech Bluetooth multi-device keyboard K480 helps you to access all your devices at the same time with the least effort. This Bluetooth multi-device keyboard can be used with multiple devices, and works with Mac, iOS, Android and Windows platforms. The ...
Livescribe Echo Smartpen Review
In today’s tech-savvy world, people are bombarded with innovative Smartphones, tablets, and laptops, but still a great deal of communication relies on the conventional pen and paper. Starting from the college lectures to job interviews to corporate meetings and presentation, all thrive in the monarchy of pen and paper. The Livescribe Echo Smartpen is here to merge technology with the convenient and conventional pen and paper. We waste a great deal of time in converting the written notes into a digital form. Written notes are re...
Ray Tomlinson, the Inventor of Email dies at 74
The inventor of email, Ray Tomlinson, died at the age of 74. The reason behind his death was an apparent heart attack. Have you sent a handwritten letter for your professional or personal communication lately? Of course you haven’t. Writing letter is so old fashioned compared to the entire modern email thing, right? Thanks to Raymond Samuel Tomlinson, the inventor of email, who has enabled us to ditch the out-of-date pen and paper. Ray Tomlinson was a computing legend who sent the first email in 1971. He was a computer programmer ...