Be the first to know when Super Mario Run comes to Android

Released on the 13th day of September 1985, Super Mario is an indelible part of our childhood. Ever since its release, it has appeared on every major Nintendo video game console and handheld. Back in the day, we used to queue at game centers, impatiently waiting for turns to have Continue Reading

Top 5 tech products & announcements in 2016

Prior to this year, my thoughts on 2016 in tech were somewhat skeptical because 2015 looked like the year innovation tapped the brakes a little bit. We heard all the VR and AI research announcements and it was the year music streaming was finally etched in solid stone but that Continue Reading

WhatsApp may soon allow you to edit and delete sent messages

You need some level of speed to be able to sustain the heat and excitement when interacting with friends and loved ones on IMs such as WhatsApp. But more often than not, the race to keep up the pace results in embarrassing typos and statements we’d like to recall moments Continue Reading

Do not fall for the WhatsApp Gold scam

For some time now, I’ve been spammed with an ongoing message about WhatsApp Gold, a so-called secret version of WhatsApp that is used only by celebrities. This latest scam claims that, after installing this WhatsApp Gold, you have access to video calling, deleting sent messages, sending 100 pictures at once, Continue Reading

Experience Amazon Go, a store without checkout lines

Whoever thought we’ll be “Go”ing places in 2016? It started with ‘Pokemon Go’, a location-based augmented reality game that dominated the news for weeks. Now, Amazon launched a new line of stores named Amazon Go. Admittedly these are two different ideas but the fact that they both want us to Continue Reading

Android 7.1.1 Nougat factory images are finally live!

Google launched Android 7.0 on August 22nd this year after the first Android N developer preview came on March 9th, two full months earlier than expected. Android Nougat delivered split screen mode, fast switching of recent apps, seamless updates, and the rest. Fast forward to October 20th, Google comes with Continue Reading

Get smarter everyday with Daily Curiosity

Did you know Norway is home to a town with a one-letter name: Å? If you are interested in fun facts like this and more, then look no further than Daily Curiosity. Daily Curiosity presents five interesting topics and content that could add to your warehouse of junk knowledge daily. Continue Reading

WhatsApp’s new beta features iOS 10 emoji, group mentions and GIF support

2016 has been a pretty good year for WhatsApp users. We saw a ton of pleasant changes being implemented in the app. This wave of updates anticlimactically ended with WhatsApp updating its terms and conditions to allow for information sharing with Facebook. Now there’s a second wave of updates which Continue Reading

You will soon be able to send and receive documents on WhatsApp

You could create the App of the Year today and the next moment no one knew your app existed. This phenomenon has inspired creativity in many app developers and features that we didn’t know we needed have been baked into apps. Apps like Link Bubble have been completely rewritten and Continue Reading

All the 2016 tech April Fool jokes in one post

The internet has really gotten serious about April Fools—it’s hard to even remember what this day was like before some of the world’s largest companies started playing tricks on you via your browser. April Fools is sometimes amusing, but also frequently annoying because you can’t trust anything you see, and those joke Continue Reading

Introducing WhatsApp’s desktop apps for Windows and Mac OS X

About a year ago, WhatsApp web debuted. WhatsApp web allowed users connect their web browsers to WhatsApp, allowing them to send and receive messages on their computers while their phones (albeit connected to the internet as well) are in their pockets. Yesterday, the company announced a desktop app which is Continue Reading

Have we called a truce already? Is Android vs iOS still on?

The year was 2010. I recall a few of my friends had the iPhone 3GS. It had a huge screen, an ‘all-touch’ display and could take some pretty good photos. In addition, you could install apps! I loved that phone and constantly dreamt about owning one. In 2011, I was Continue Reading