YouTube has strict guidelines for explicit content and has always let people control what recommendations they get especially their kids. In December 2014, Google started revamping its products (specifically, Youtube and Search) by keeping kids in mind. Taking further steps, Google launched YouTube for Kids in early 2015 – a version of YouTube having kids … Continue reading YouTube’s parental controls will let you micro-manage the type of content your kids watch
I know you have gotten a little bit confused after reading the title. But before you start feeling that I tricked you by writing a click bait headline, I must make it clear now only: No, I didn’t trick you. This is what will be happening but another way around. So stay with me for … Continue reading Like your browser, Google is going to place a cookie in your car, too!
Remember that Chewbacca lady? I was among the first few hundred viewers of her video. I didn’t know a lady going crazy over a mask will become such a trending thing the next day. How many times did it happen that you watched a video after few minutes of it getting uploaded and the next day … Continue reading After in-app messenger, YouTube may introduce Trendsetter badge. But Why?
Samsung S8 has gained a lot of popularity for its amazing look and its cool features. But the one thing everyone likes the most is its edge notification. Most of the S8 users have become fan of new eye-catching and hard to ignore notification display that pops-up an App icon first before showing portion of the … Continue reading Why Samsung’s new notification design will make a difference in smartphones and watches?
There was a time when assistant meant an actual person that followed you and helped you in finding and figuring stuff in your office. Who kept a track of your meetings, and of course your upcoming dinner plans. But now, even though human assistants are still there, virtual assistants are working really hard to compete. … Continue reading So Cortana can now figure out your future travel plans
In 2014, Microsoft revealed Project Natick, a research project by the company to test whether keeping data centers underwater is a good idea or not. The project gained a lot of popularity in a short time which was quite expected as it solves a lot of problems that current data centers face. Project Natick is … Continue reading The key to power underwater data centers is tidal energy and heat from servers
“Our payment cards in future are going to have an IC, wireless antenna, and a screen, too.” I got frustrated when I lost my credit card last time. This one incident changed all my shopping plans for my friend’s wedding and instead of shopping, I spent time applying for a new card. Misplacing a credit … Continue reading MasterCard’s patent discloses what payment cards of future will be like
Whether it was an exam the next day, an interview for the job I loved, a date, or anything of importance, an alarm was always there throughout these years – I’m a guy who was in his senses before the smartphone era – to make me punctual which I’m not at all. During the last … Continue reading How Apple’s alarm clock will give you enough time to sleep?
Talal Abbas Marafie just filed a patent application to verify accuracy of the Arabic document including copies of the Muslim holy book, Quran. The Arabic language with a lot of symbols is way different than English and other languages. Also, one writes it from right to left. Due to its different nature and use of … Continue reading A patent application filed to verify accuracy of copies of the Holy Quran
GPS, which was meant for military applications during its time of inception, eventually has become indispensable part of day to day life. Google Maps even has capabilities to help you navigate inside a building. Thus, whether you have to navigate around a city or a mall, this beautiful technology always comes handy. Many a time, however, … Continue reading How Intel will make indoor navigation possible in offline mode?