Share Pictures from Google Photos easily

Google photos is a great application that helps us keep track of all our precious memories. If you have a decent internet connection on your phone, it makes storing these precious memories much easier. Back in the old days, if your memory card/storage failed, or you accidentally lost your phone, those photos would have also been lost for good. I had also lost quite a lot of photos before Google photos were a thing. A little history on Google Photos A quick google will tell you that “Google Photos is…

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RTX ON! NVIDIA Ampere GPU: The new face of Raytracing?

Gamers rejoice as there’s some talk going on about NVIDIA’s new Ampere GPU 3000 series, that’s going to be coming to us very soon. The new lineup which was Initially expected in the first half of next year may make an appearance as early as March. But there’s a catch and its that the 7 nm chips may not hit shelves until several months later. Whats NVIDIA Ampere? Ampere is the codename for NVIDIA’s new GPU microarchitecture, which will the successor to the Turing architecture, which the current RTX GPU’s…

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Raspberry Pi 4 with 8GB RAM ??

By now you all might have heard the news, it turns out that there’s some speculations that a new Raspberry Pi 4 model with 8 GB RAM is in the making. Could it be an elaborate prank or is it actually a reality? well, we will just have to wait and find out. The new Raspberry PI 4 , released just a few days ago, has had DIY enthusiasts jumping with excitement, with the first batches being almost instantly sold out on most websites. Its not a surprise that everyone…

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Google Stadia: Pricing and announcements

So Google finally unveiled the specs and pricing plans for their Google Stadia game “Streaming” service. We previously talked about Google stadia here. So stadia is going to be online from November 2019 onwards and their pre-orders are available right now. So what’s new on Stadia? Lets first look at what we knew. Google Stadia is a gaming service aimed at making games playable on a wide range of devices through the use of online servers. So what this means is that essentially any device that can run google chrome…

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Fortnite battle royale Season 9 Confirmed: The future is unknown

The ever-popular online battle royale game that has captured the hearts of millions of gamers around the world is gearing up for a brand new season. Season 9 for Fortnite Battle Royale is right around the corner. The current season of Fortnite battle royale officially wraps up on May 8th, 2019, Wednesday. Season 9 is here! As one might expect, Epic games had released a teaser for the upcoming season, Fortnite battle royale season 9 and has confirmed the new season to start on May 9th,2019, Thursday. Epic games tweeted…

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Enable raytracing on GTX Graphics cards

Ray tracing has been introduced by NVIDIA recently and so far the visuals look amazing. Ray tracing if used properly can really bring out the best of a game. It improves the quality and brings the game closer to reality than ever before. We can talk about Raytracing all day long but most of us already know about it. What you probably didn’t know is that you don’t necessarily need an RTX card to experience it. If you have a GTX 1060 you could probably get a sneak peek into…

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Google Stadia : Stream games on all your devices

As games are becoming better and better, some gamers find themselves struggling to keep up with the advancements the gaming industry has made over the years. Since high-quality games with the best graphics are the top priority of gamers, the gaming industry continues to bring out better and more hardware demanding games. That’s a given considering that the more realistic the game, the more processing power you need to render it. For some gamers, more processing power means more budget for their hardware. It doesn’t help that lately newer games…

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Raytracing for GTX 1060 and above! What to watch out for

NVIDIA has always been a company to keep an eye on for gamers across the globe. NVIDIA announced their new RTX Series of graphics cards, the RTX 2060 and RTX 2080 Graphics cards this year. Since then, One word has been stuck on the minds of gamer’s everywhere, “Raytracing”. Raytracing is the latest innovation by NVIDIA which was announced for their RTX series graphics cards, but yesterday, it was announced that Raytracing for GTX 1060 and above can be expected soon by a driver update. Before we jump on the…

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Digoo IP Camera: Limited time offer for keeping your home smarter and safer

We all consider security to be the top priority for our homes. We install only the best locks and doors for our homes to keep it safe. Most of us might have thought about installing cameras in or around our house. There are a lot of merits to having a surveillance system at home. But when we actually get into installing one, we are faced with a tidal wave of challenges. What type of camera to install, video storage and expense are the top three among the challenges. Heres where…

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Samsung Galaxy Fold : The foldable phone with no headphone jack

The folding phone of the future is here today as Samsung officially unveils their brand new Samsung Galaxy Fold phones. Samsung teased this phone way back in November but now Samsung announces these brand new line of phones will be expected to be available on April 26th, 2019. Before we all jump on the hype train for a foldable phone, there are a few catches. Bringing such innovative tech to the market is bound to bring some catches to customers, the first being the price. But there are more features…

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How to Get Faster Internet with 1.1.1.1

We all love browsing the internet. Infact most of us spend a lot of time online. haven’t you noticed sometimes you pages take longer to load? so how do we increase your internet speed for free ? did you know you can speed up your internet in just 5 minutes? thats right! keep reading to find out just how to get faster internet for absolutely free. 1.1.1.1 what exactly is 1.1.1.1 ? most of you have probably realised that its an IP address. what you might not know is that…

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Has owning a Google Home really made your life better?

On a personal note, yes! having a Google Home in my room has definitely made some things easier for me. This might not be the case for everyone. but ill tell you why its useful for me. 1. I can set up alarms on my Google Home mini. Alarms are a great resource to get up early for me and hit the gym. The problem is that sometimes I get used to the alarm tone and just sleep over it. The Google Home mini has a media alarm feature. So…

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How useful is Google Home in India?

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Lots of people don’t really need the Google Home at their homes in India. In fact, there are many, who might not have even heard of it. The Google home is not some piece of tech that you can’t live without. Its just something that can make our lives a little bit simpler. so How useful is Google Home in India? Whether or not the Google home will be useful for you depends on why you need one in the first place. The Google Home is a device that supports…

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CES 2019, New Philips Hue Smart Devices

CES 2019 is progressing smoothly and Philips has introduced their newest range of Philips Hue smart devices. the Philips Hue range of products is designed to bring lighting control to your fingertips. They are a line of smart lights , sensors and other devices that enhance your smart home experience to the fullest. Having control over every appliance in your house is always our top priority. So why shouldn’t that control extend to our lighting too? Philips Hue series products are designed for just that. They bring lighting control to…

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CES 2019: Kicking 2019 off with a bang!

CES 2019 has officially kicked off today at Las Vegas Convention Center, bringing technological giants all under one roof where they showcase their latest and greatest tech. CES (Consumer Electronics Show ) 2019 is by far one of the most anticipated programs of the year and tech enthusiasts have been waiting patiently for it. So, what’s new in CES 2019? Apparently, there’s quite a lot. CES 2019 will be held from 8th January 2019 to 11 January 2019. All shows and presentations will be live-streamed through their official website. you…

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