Technology

Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate

When it comes to video editing, the Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate proves to be quite the user-friendly software. The low price and its user-friendly interface make it stand apart from its counterparts. The quality content remains the same even after conversion. And its user-friendly interface makes it easy and super fun to use. Another great feature of this software is ... Read More »

The iPhone X Looks Great but It’s Also Okay to Think It’s Not for You

HIGHLIGHTS Flagship phones are getting more expensive At the same entry-level prices, phones are getting better While the price gap expands, the value gap has shrunk Opinions are of course subjective, but that’s particularly true for what I’m about to say. Don’t buy a flagship phone. Apple just announced its new lineup of phones, and the iPhone X is a predictably excellent handset. The ... Read More »

Revulsions of Factory Israel Farming Technology In India

Creature Rearing began as an extremely mindful push to pick up profits by creatures while guarding them, however this was the main the instance of the early and primitive circumstances. In the present current world, manufacturing plant farming and its detestations are a contemporary reality. This article will talk about a couple of these evil practices that therefore give us ... Read More »

New Google Pixel 2 ad focuses on phone’s key features

It’s been a troubled few weeks for Google when it comes to their latest Pixel 2 flagship smartphone, but that doesn’t take away the fact that it’s an impressive device. And in case you have any doubt about that, Google’s new ad for the device is here to quell that. The video focuses on several useful day-to-day scenarios where the phone can be of ... Read More »

Stocking Stuffers For The Tech Lover On Your List

A lump of a coal, a package of white tube socks, deodorant and playing cards. These bad stocking stuffers prove that just because it can fit in a stocking doesn’t mean it’s fit for gift-giving. Don’t underestimate the stocking stuffer. Though individually small and inexpensive, these presents have an impressive impact on the holidays. Choose too many terrible gifts, and ... Read More »

Could the Future of Virtual Reality Lie in Enterprise Software?

HIGHLIGHTS VR can enable immersive lessons, and be useful for education and training It is making an impact in gaming but also has potential in enterprise Early adoption of VR is slowing, but this is fairly typical, says HTC “Virtual reality can enable unique experiences that are not available through any other platform, and come in a number of different ... Read More »

iPhone X Demand Will Be Substantial, but Not Exceptional: Bernstein Survey

Days before Apple Inc’s much-awaited iPhone X opens for preorders, a survey by brokerage Bernstein showed that demand for the device will be substantial, but not exceptional, with about a quarter of the respondents planning to buy the phone. Heightened anticipation around the 10th anniversary iPhone, which opens for pre-orders on Oct. 27 and begins shipping from November 3, has already dented demand for ... Read More »

Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL Ship With 18W Adapters; Support 27W Fast Charging With Compliant Charger

HIGHLIGHTS Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL ship with 18W USB-C charger The new devices support up to 27W charging from compliant chargers 27W USB-C charger will offer even faster charging time The all-new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones support fast charging which isn’t exactly a new feature for a Pixel device. Though, this year Google has made it ... Read More »

Imagination Technologies Sale to Canyon Bridge in the Clear as Rival Fund Ruled Out

HIGHLIGHTS Imagination said the sale could now go ahead without a shareholder vote The unnamed third-party is no longer involved in the sale process Canyon Bridge was announced to buy Imagination Tech for GBP 550 million Imagination Technologies, the British chip designer selling itself to a China-backed buyout fund, said on Wednesday another potential buyer had ruled itself out, removing ... Read More »

Siri on iOS 11 still has a long way to go

What has Apple really done to improve Siri? To be honest, I’m not sure. After testing it for an entire day since Tuesday’s iOS 11 release, mostly on an iPad 9.7-inch and an iPhone 7 Plus, it’s obvious Siri is not a major priority for the company, even if some of the features are improved. What has changed is a ... Read More »