There was a time when Apple allowed other software makers to create their own “keyboard” for iOS devices. It was as though it was yesterday because I was utterly frustrated that as much as the functionalities that they bring, it was buggy and sometimes downright completely useless. Then came Gboard for iOS. A keyboard, made … click here for more
A week back, Mark Zuckerberg and his team demoed the Social VR software at the Oculus Connect 3. The demo showed how Mark, using an Oculus headset, interacting with people remotely in virtual reality. The interaction included playing games, chatting and even answering a video call in the virtual world. What was interesting was the … click here for more
I have always been intrigued by how some companies started selling mesh enabled WiFi devices. Whilst it has been mostly limited to the United States, Google in their recent event has announced the Google Wifi.
When I first heard about Hyperloop, it really sounded like an incredible next step in transportation. It theorizes that we can travel at the speed of sound at low costs whilst not making a huge impact on the environment. Welcome to the wonderful world of Hyperloop.
It all started when Elon Musk released a … click here for more
In our office, we have a slew of first generation Chromecast devices. About 16 in total and after more than a year, we have been unable to get it to work steadily. Devices appear and disappear in the network even though when I run a diagnostic check, everything works quite well.
The same issues … click here for more