Dropbox integration, Google movies and TV series search result, Indian Mobile Congress, Twitter Lite app for Android, Intel 8th gen desktop processor, Microsoft Teams

 

Dropbox integration with iOS 11's files app

The new update by Dropbox will integrate iOS 11' file manager app with Dropbox. Users can access files stored on the device and on Dropbox - all in one place.

Google added new features for movies and TV series search result 

A new feature from Google, will allow the users to contribute to movie and television reviews within Google Search results. Currently, the crowdsourced feature is only available for India.



Indian Mobile Congress will start from 27th Sept 

India Mobile Congress, the 3days event will start from 27th Sept in New Delhi. According to India Mobile Congress website, Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani will share the stage with Sunil Bharti Mittal of Airtel, Kumar Mangalam Birla of Idea Cellular and Vodafone Chief Vittorio Colao.

Twitter testing Twitter Lite app for Android in the Philippines

Micro blogging company Twitter now testing a new Twitter Lite app for Android in the Philippines. Like Twitter Lite the mobile site, the app will use less data, and will be useful in places where internet access is slower.

Tampering IMEI may attract up to 3-Year jail

The government will punish you, if you are tampering your 15digits IMEI number of mobile devices. The new will help curb issues pertaining to fake IMEI numbers and also ease tracking of lost mobile phones. But no restriction for licensed repair centers.

Intel announced it's 8th gen desktop processor

It’s time for the desktops to get their new chip from Intel. The company announced it's 8th Gen desktop core processor with a lot of changes and new features. In 8th game you will get four cores in an entry level i3 processor.
 

Now you can create sunset effect using Snapchat's newest feature

Snapchat is rolling out a new feature that will transform your boring sky pictures into beautiful sunset image. The “sky filters” will use augmented reality to add sunsets, starry skies, rainbows, and more to users’ pictures. 

Microsoft and Facebook together laid a 160-terabits-per-second cable across the Atlantic

A new subsea cable 'Marea' laid by Microsoft, Facebook and the telecoms infrastructure company Telxius. The 4,100 mile long subsea cable lies 17,000 feet below the ocean surface and capable to transmit 160 terabits-per-second.

Microsoft replacing Skype for Business by Microsoft Teams

The software giant plans to kill off Skype for Business in favor of Microsoft Teams to put more pressure on Slack. It will serve as the enterprise-grade service for voice, video, and meetings in Microsoft Teams.

New GPS chip for one feet accuracy

Next year some smartphones will come with a new GPS chip which will provide one feet accuracy. Now, there are 30 satellites that will support the new standard next year and supposed to be a big help in cities.

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