Myle Tap is a Wearable Voice Recorder Which Takes Voice Notes and Converts that into Text

Myle Tap is a Wearable Voice Recorder Which Takes Voice Notes and Converts that into Text    

The wearables market is still in its early phase, but we’re seeing more and more ingenious products being introduced to consumers, and many of them become commercial products thanks to crowdfunding platforms. Such is the case with the new Myle Tap, a voice powered wearable which automatically convert your thoughts into actions via mobile applications. Of course, it isn’t able to read your […]

     
 
 

Truecaller’s Truemessenger Helps You Get Rid of Spam SMS, But Has a Privacy Problem

Truecaller’s Truemessenger Helps You Get Rid of Spam SMS, But Has a Privacy Problem    

Truecaller is the world’s largest mobile phone ‘community’ for mobiles, with around 150 million members worldwide. The company is known for its caller-ID app which essentially allows you to see who is calling even if you don’t have their number in your phonebook and also to block unwanted calls from spam callers. Now the Swedish company is making use of its huge […]

     
 
 

iPhone’s Logo Could Soon House Health Sensors and Chargers

iPhone’s Logo Could Soon House Health Sensors and Chargers

There are plenty of patents out there being filed by Apple, and from time to time we catch some really ingenious ones. Such is the case with a fresh one, called Concealed Electrical Connectors, discovered by the folks over at AppleInsider.   The patent application was first filed for in December 2013 and describes a clever process which would allow Apple to […]

     
 
 

Leaks Suggest BlackBerry is Working on ‘Venice’ Android Slider

Leaks Suggest BlackBerry is Working on ‘Venice’ Android Slider

A few weeks back, a high-profile publication was claiming that BlackBerry is seriously taking into account the release of an Android-powered handset. A few days after that report, CEO John Chen said that his company could consider building an Android smartphone only if it can make it secure enough. Now, well-known leaker Evan Blass, aka evleaks (here are just a few leaks coming from him), has tweeted that […]

     
 
 

Olympus Air A01 Turns your Android or iPhone into a Mirrorless Camera

Olympus Air A01 Turns your Android or iPhone into a Mirrorless Camera    

A few days ago, we were talking about a super cool iPhone camera attachment which is allegedly capable of bringing DSLR-quality photos. Now it’s optics company Olympus who proves that camera attachments for smartphones are becoming popular these days, as it is introducing the new Air A01 add-on. Olympus’ new Air A01 add-on camera is a smartphone-controlled camera somewhat similar to the Sony […]

     
 
 

BlueStacks App Player can now Run Android Apps on Macs

BlueStacks App Player can now Run Android Apps on Macs    

BlueStacks has always offered some of the easiest ways to run Android apps on your PC, and now Mac users too are getting access to the software. BlueStacks has now officially released its Mac version of its Android App Player, after an alpha version was shortly available in 2012. The service was previously available for Windows users only. According to the company, the software has been downloaded […]

     
 
 

Master Password Claims that your Passwords can Never be Lost with its Password Generation Algorithm

Master Password Claims that your Passwords can Never be Lost with its Password Generation Algorithm

There are many password manager out there that you can try out, and today we’ve decided to talk about a new one, generically called Master Password App. Described as a ‘stateless password management solution app,’ Master Password replaces all your passwords with new strong ones which are automatically generated, with no need for sync, cloud or backups. Master Password is available for: iPhone, iPad […]

     
 
 

Apple Partners with GigSky to Expand Apple SIM Cellular Data Plans to Over 90 Countries for the iPad Air 2 & iPad mini 3 

Apple Partners with GigSky to Expand Apple SIM Cellular Data Plans to Over 90 Countries for the iPad Air 2 & iPad mini 3 

When Apple introduced its iPad Air 2, the company also announced another very useful new features – the new Apple SIM. Produced by Apple, it allows users to easily switch carriers. While this is definitely a great option for iPad users, the drawback was that it was availalable only for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile US customers in the United States, and EE in the […]

     
 
 

CynogenMod Gello is an Upcoming Browser Based on Chromium

CynogenMod Gello is an Upcoming Browser Based on Chromium    

For those who are not aware, CyanogenMod is an open-source operating system for smartphones and tablets which is based on Android, being different from the commercial enterprise Cyanogen Inc. The company had been established back in 2013, when they have obtained venture funding. Recently, we’ve seen many interesting moves coming from Cyanogen Inc, such as the partnership with Truecaller for caller ID functionality and […]

     
 
 

Here are Some Cool Siri Commands you Will be Able to Use to Control Apple HomeKit Devices

Here are Some Cool Siri Commands you Will be Able to Use to Control Apple HomeKit Devices

We’ve previously reported that the first Apple HomeKit products went on sale just ahead of this year’s WWDC. Now, Apple has updated its support page where it details new commands that iOS users can now give to Siri in order to control HomeKit devices. The Siri commands will represent the main method of controlling HomeKit accessories, so if you’re looking to buy […]