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Google Photos can now tell your pet apart from other animals

Google Photos is going to the dogs. And that's a good thing, because it means it'll now automatically recognize photos of your pets, just like it recognizes your human family and friends. Want to make quick videos starring only your cat? As Google shows, it's easy now.Google's announcement for the s...

Internet

Vodafone offers 90GB 4G data, unlimited voice calls for 6 months at Rs. 399

Vodafone India has announced another interesting plan with 4G data and unlimited voice calls. Ever since Reliance Jio’s entry into the Indian telecom sector, the incumbent operators have been battling with their new recharge plans to compete against Jio’s attractive plans.Under this new...

Internet

Amazon Great Indian Festival Diwali Edition: Best Deals on Home Appliances

Amazon India is back with another blockbuster sale on the foremath of Diwali and it is probably your last chance to get the biggest discounts of the year. While there are a plethora of products available at an offer price, here, we will only focus on the best deals on consumer electronics. So, if yo...

Computing

How Apple, Google and Microsoft are addressing the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability

Ah, WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access): you've protected our Wi-Fi so well for so many years now.Unfortunately, that illusion of safety was shattered earlier today when security researcher Mathy Vanhoef reported a vulnerability in the WPA2 handshake protocol that he's calling KRACK (for "Key Reinstallati...

Apple

Apple Extends Internal iOS 11.1 Apple Pay Cash Testing to Retail Employees

Starting in early October, Apple corporate employees in the United States began testing Apple Pay Cash internally in the iOS 11.1 beta, suggesting the person-to-person Apple Pay feature could be introduced in iOS 11.1 despite its current absence from the iOS 11.1 developer beta. Apple has now expan...

Apple

T-Mobile to Cap 'Mobile Without Borders' Feature at 5GB of LTE Data Per Month Starting November 12

T-Mobile this week quietly announced plans to tweak the way its "Mobile Without Borders" feature works, adding a 5GB data cap. Introduced in 2015 as an Un-carrier initiative, Mobile Without Borders is a T-Mobile feature that's designed to extend LTE coverage and calling to Mexico and Canada at no a...

Apple

Nvidia's Free GeForce NOW Beta Lets You Play System Intensive PC Games on Your Mac

Apple's Macs aren't optimized for gaming and often don't have powerful enough GPUs to run the latest gaming titles, a problem that Nvidia is aiming to solve with its GeForce NOW service designed for Macs. GeForce NOW for Mac, currently in beta testing in North America, lets you use a virtual GeForc...

Hardware

Bowers and Wilkins PX wireless noise-cancelling headphones

Wireless noise-cancelling headphones feel like the pinnacle of headphone technology. It’s here that you’ll find all the major brands really flexing their audio muscles. Whether it’s Bose with the QC35, Sony with the MDR-1000X, or Sennheiser with its Momentum Wireless, all the...

Tech

The Simplest Uber Hack to Book Cabs From Your Computer

Uber is a worldwide phenomenon today, changing the taxi and local commute experience. And it can be even better if you use these awesome apps. We’re not going to get into whether Uber is threatening traditional taxi services or the recent controversy in the U.K. We also aren’t getting in...

Tech

Plex Live TV Is Now Available on Your Roku

Plex has finally brought its Live TV offering to Roku devices. This means anyone who owns a Roku device (including any of the new hardware lineup for 2017) can now gain access to Plex Live TV. That is if they’re a Plex Pass subscriber who also owns a TV antenna and digital TV tuner. Plex Live...


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