How education startups are making learning more fun

Let’s say after a game on his mobile phone a 12-year-old boy has been able to master a little more of Calculus, or an impatient girl in fourth standard plugs into a tablet to know more about the ‘bite marks’ on Pluto, they wouldn’t necessarily be representative of a distant…

Now, watch Street View imagery of Sri Lanka on Google Maps

Internet giant Google on Tuesday announced that its popular street view feature for Sri Lanka is active and available on Google Maps. The launch brings the total number of countries where street view is available to 76. “We are delighted to bring imagery of Sri Lanka to Street View on Google Maps”…

And they lived virtually ever after

Unanswered questions, unspoken thoughts, and unexpressed feelings. There’s always some thing unsaid when death comes. But the digital world is slowly changing the perspective of death by piggybacking on the philosophical belief that `one never really dies but just leaves.’ Whether it is an emotional message for your children or…

Hate Instagram’s new algorithmic timeline? Why you too are to be blamed

Our social media lives have become a battle for control, although it might not feel like it when we’re scrolling through tweets about Happy Valley or pictures of our friends getting drunk in bars. We like to think that we’re in charge of all this stuff, that everything appearing on…

We’re more honest with our smartphones than with doctors

In the late 1960s, an undergraduate psychology student at Wellesley College named Martha McClintock noticed something interesting: Women who spent a majority of their time together tended to get their periods around the same time. She suspected that menstruating bodies could influence one another somehow, but it was just a…

Here’s how WhatsApp could replace Android

The wave of interest in ‘messaging as a platform’ has been swelling for a couple of years now. Smartphone software development, and the way services are offered online, is transforming as mobile interfaces do. That change is currently centered around text-based conversations. In the post-search era, messaging apps like WhatsApp,…

New Android apps you have to download in March 2016

March f.lux Joining the slowly swelling ranks of screen-dimming apps on Android, f.lux started its life on Linux and Windows years ago. It has been available on jailbroken iPhone for a few years, too, and now it’s finally making its way to Android. Currently in beta and only available on…

ExoMount Touch car air vent mount – 31% off

Smartphones offer a convenient replacement for a stand-alone GPS, but you can also still make calls and send messages using voice-activated services like Google Now. The only question is where to place your phone when you’re in the car. Luckily, the ExoMount air vent mount has you covered. Clip it…

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge vs Galaxy S7 Edge comparison

Galaxy S6 Edge vs Galaxy S7 Edge: design The Galaxy S6 Edge was a revolutionary device. Its dual-sided display had an aesthetic purpose – some people just prefer the look of this handset over the simultaneously released Galaxy S6 – but it also offered unique functionality. The Galaxy S7 Edge…

Samsung Galaxy S7: Snapdragon vs Exynos

The differences in the processors of the two versions of the Galaxy S7. US VARIANT INTERNATIONAL VARIANT PROCESSOR Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Quad-Core, 14 nm 2 x 1.59 GHz, 2 x 2.15 GHz Samsung Exynos 8890 Octa-Core, 14 nm 2 x 2.6 GHz oder 4 x 2.3 GHz + 4 x 1.5…