Snapchat, a video sharing app that gained incredible popularity in just a short span of time has made itself more interesting and even super exciting, right after the launch of spectacles.
Yes, Snapchat Spectacles, you’ve heard that right. A pair of camera-equipped sunglasses that sync with smartphone went on sale for the first time yesterday from a vending machine near the company’s headquarters.
With its official release, the Snapchat’s Spectacles are now showing up on various online portals with the prices beyond your expectations. However, as far as the look is concerned, Spectacles have initially come in three different colors: black, teal and coral.
So, enjoy, because now you can capture moments with Snapchat Spectacles. 🙂
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When it comes to fast food industry, then we all know that McDonald’s wears the leadership cap. But, during the last couple of years, the most dynamic fast food chain has fallen behind its competitors quite drastically. It’s may be that customers haven’t been provided with an order-and-pay method via smartphones. And, keeping this particular aspect in mind McDonald’s gives digital makeover to its drive-thru by rolling out mobile order-and-pay technology.
According to Business Insider, McDonald’s will be launching its mobile order-and-pay app next year to facilitate its valued-customers with the easiest way of ordering their happy meals.
Initially, the technology will roll out to selected locations in the US. Moreover, it will also hit the international market such as Canada, France, UK and Australia to cater a wide range of audience across the world.
It’s not the first time McDonald’s is experimenting to be more customer-centric. The reputed fast food chain has made a couple of technological tests before including “Create Your Own Taste” menus at selected locations in 2014. But, this move will turn out to be reasonably impactful in terms of customer convenience.
Can’t wait to wear your new Gear S3 smartwatch?
Well, you no longer have to wait because Samsung Gear S3 will hit the US market on November 18th. And, the happiest news of all is that you can preorder it from the 6th of this month.
To make your order, you can go to Samsung’s official website straightaway. Also, you will be able to buy it from Amazon, Best Buy, T-Mobile, Verizon and Macy’s AT&T.
The news is not something new as Samsung has already made an official announcement of its Gear S3 smartwatch at IFA presentation two months ago. But, there is a lot more you should know about its features.
Gear S3 comes in two flavors, a Classic and a Frontier, but the truth is they both look similar. Both of the models visualize a stainless steel chassis which is water resistant of course and coated in scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass SR+.
However, apart from similarities, Samsung Pay is the only feature which makes Gear S3 a real BIG THING for sure, which also makes it the first smartwatch to support the MST tech. It means you can pay for goods quite easily wherever credit cards are accepted. Sounds good?
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has now become a past because the company keeps customers’ satisfaction on top of the chart. And, Samsung’s latest range of stylish mobile accessories is bringing the curiosity back once again.
Each accessory is meant to be connected with a smartphone or tablet to double the dose of entertainment and enhance functionality at the same time. However, the products are only available in South Korea, but in the initial days of November they will be available in multiple markets across the world.
In total, there are only six products including a battery pack, a wireless charging tray, two wireless speakers and in-ear headphones. But, the only thing that makes these accessories different and entirely unique is their sleek and stylish design.
On the other hand, we still have to wait for prices because Samsung has not revealed any pricing information officially. It seems like value for each accessory will vary depending on the country you’re in.
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Apple is always known for designing quality products and this is what the company has tried to incorporate on its new laptop edition, Macbook pro. However, despite of attributing super power Skylake processors, incredible GPUs, efficient SSDs and new thermal architecture, Apple limited its RAM capacity to 16GB.
On the other hand, a huge number of Mac users were expecting the company to bump up the maximum RAM to 32GB, but all their wishes were spoiled and left them with so many questions.
Such a chaos couldn’t stop one user who dropped an email to a general apple line about a 32GB RAM option and got surprised after hearing an instant response from marketing chief Phil Schiller himself.
Below mentioned are the details of an exchange between both of them;
Q: The lack of a 32GB BTO option for the new MBPs raised some eyebrows and caused some concerns (me included). Does ~3GBps bandwidth to the SSD make this a moot issue? I.e. memory paging on a 16GB system is so fast that 32GB is not a significant improvement?
Schiller: Thank you for the email. It is a good question. To put more than 16GB of fast RAM into a notebook design at this time would require a memory system that consumes much more power and wouldn’t be efficient enough for a notebook. I hope you check out this new generation MacBook Pro, it really is an incredible system.
Although the response from Phil Schiller was immediate, but will it be enough to satisfy the needs of tech savvies, especially those who prefer Macbook over other laptops?
Facebook launched its ‘live video feature’ back in January, which is considered to be an effective way to connect with the loved ones on the spot. Moreover, this incredible live video feature is playing an integral role for entrepreneurs and brands to indulge with their fans and customers more effectively.
But, it seems like Facebook owned social network Instagram is curiously looking to launch its live video option too.
As reported by Russian website tjournal.ru, it seems like Instagram is testing out a live video feature. The screenshot used as a feature image here suggests that live videos on Instagram will appear the same way as stories.
However, unfortunately there is not much news gathered regarding its usability, as clicking on it takes users to a “popular live broadcasts” page which isn’t loading.
Feature image courtesy: https://www.engadget.com/2016/10/21/instagram-tests-live-videos/
Candy Crush needs no introduction. It’s a mobile game that makes every single person go crazy, no matter where he really is and what he is up to. And due to its immense recognition and popularity, we all had thoughts of watching Candy Crush as a live game show.
So, here is the good news, Candy Crush is now becoming an hour-long game show to entertain its huge fan following. For this, CBS has partnered with Lionsgate Television and Candy Crush developer King to transform the puzzle game into a real life game show.
The game show pattern will be simple yet exciting, as two teams will compete with each other to win the battle. However, CBS, King and Lionsgate will have to announce the host of the show.
Let’s have a look at the comments made by Glenn Geller, president of CBS Entertainment in a press release. “We are huge fans of Candy Crush and, like so many others we know the ‘rush’ of advancing to the next level of the game”.
He further said, “We are excited to work with Lionsgate and King to adapt one of the most popular and entertaining game franchises for television and make it available to its massive, passionate fan base who can watch and play along at home.”
We all are extremely curious that how the television show will perform and what will be the response of the audience. But, one thing is damn sure that it will be a super dose of entertainment for everyone.
Samsung might be facing a real bad time due to its exploding smartphones, but the company has so many other ways to compensate the loss and regain its huge market. And, Galaxy TabPro S tablet is just the right way to answer.
The tech giant has officially launched the new premium gold version of its Galaxy TabPro yesterday, promising more luxury and power with 8 GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD.
But unfortunately, other specifications are still unchanged, which means that you will still get the same 12-inch 2,160×1,440 Super AMOLED display, 2.2 GHz Intel Core M3 processor, a USB Type-C port, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 5 MP dual cameras.
The new gold plated TabPro costs $1,000, while the previous version is just a little bit reasonable with a price of $800.
So, it’s officially confirmed that Verizon, AT&T and T-mobile will stop selling the Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Practically, it’s a major drawback for Samsung, but it was the only solution to keep the users safe from any mishap.
The decision to suspend the sales and exchange of Note 7 is taken on behalf of serious issues that various customers have dealt with including a person who has been taken to the hospital and diagnosed with acute bronchitis.
After hearing about such kind of frequent incidents Samsung announced a global recall for its entire note 7 series last month. But unfortunately, replacement devices couldn’t make things better, as same issues have been experienced by the users.
We all know that LinkedIn is an amazing channel for finding jobs, but there is something more which makes it even better for job hunters and recruiters at the same time.
Do you know what that thing really is?
It’s “Open Candidates”, a service that enables interested candidates to ping recruiters that they are looking for a switch.
According to LinkedIn, Open Candidates will secretly notify recruiters about the members who are searching for a better job designation without speaking up about it openly.
And to bring more light to this recently added feature, this is what Dan Shapero, LinkedIn careers product manager has said in a blog post on Thursday:
“Who among us hasn’t, at some point, tried to find work without our boss finding out? Now, you can privately indicate to recruiters on LinkedIn without worrying”.
Open Candidates will only be visible by recruiters who use LinkedIn’s premium version, which means if any company using freemium package will not avail such a fantastic opportunity. But for now, it’s currently available in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Canada.