Category: Mobile

Google’s New AI Approach to Improve Mobile Machine Learning Models

Applications that detect objects, classify images, and recognize faces are quite universal today, and most of our smartphones and other mobile devices feature one or more of such applications. As many of know, the AI […]

Android Things Ready to Show Off at Google I/O 2018 Prime Time

With only few hours left for the world’s largest developer festival Google I/O 2018, the search engine giant is realizing one of its biggest promises- “Android Things”. Announced two years ago by Google, Android Things […]

Mobile World Congress 2018: What Are We Up to?

Many of you will be packing up for #MWC18. So are we, equally excited to set our feet at Barcelona and follow the actions of Mobile World Congress 2018. We are coming alongside an enthusiastic […]

WhatsApp Sets Out Digital Payment Powered by UPI for its Indian Users

The popular messaging application WhatsApp is introducing UPI-based payment feature for its select users in India. Initially, this feature will be available for iOS and Android users. The payment feature is supported by Unified Payments […]

Google Cloud Firestore: 5 Key Features You Should Know

The Firebase platform, one of the key tools in Google’s Android ecosystem has launched Google Cloud Firestore- a NoSQL document database that comes with a variety of features for developers. Since Google acquired Firebase in […]

Google’s Tez – Upcoming UPI App for India

Google is all set to launch “Tez”, a Unified Payments Interface (UPI) based digital payment service in India. The-Ken.com, one of India’s leading news websites reports that Google’s Tez will make its foray into India’s […]

How to Create Lazy Loading in Angular 4

Angular is a prominent development framework for single-page web application development. Initially, designed for JavaScript, Angular 4 also supports languages like Dart and Typescript. Angular is a platform loved by millions of users due to […]

Top 5 features of the new Android Oreo

After months of waiting, Google has announced that its new Android O stands for Android 8.0 Oreo. As the name suggests, Oreo is expected to be smarter, faster, more powerful and sweeter than ever. Here […]