Yahoo has announced that Yahoo Mail app users can manage multiple mailboxes to send files from Google Drive, Dropbox or image format GIFs from Tumblr. "Thanks to the new access to files from Google Drive and Dropbox, as well as GIFs from Tumblr, users can quickly send their spring break photos, that important presentation, or that GIF that so perfectly describes their excitement," the company said in a statement. Users can choose from the top-trending animated GIFs around the world provided by Tumblr while sending a quick GIF, when composing an email in the Yahoo Mail app, Users can also select from categories including "Love", "LOL", "Cute", "Cheers", "Fail", "Happy", or search for the perfect GIF. A tap on the GIF will allow them to add it into their email. The first time when users tap on the cloud icon in compose, users will be asked to connect Google Drive or Dropbox account. With instant access to all of the users’ files in the cloud, can be able to browse through recent files or search for a specific file directly from your email. The Yahoo Mail app are available for iOS (4.3) and Android (5.4) devices.
After almost a year Lenovo has finally introduce the latest Android Marshmallow update to its A7000 smartphone in India. The company is delivering it over-the-air, therefore the users can check the system update section on their phone to upgrade into Android Marshmallow. The A7000 has 5.5-inch 720p IPS display, is 7.9mm thick and weighs 140gm, it has 1.5GHz MediaTek octa-core processor, 8MP autofocus camera on the back and a 5MP front-facing camera. It has 8GB internal storage with 2GB RAM with dual/micro SIM slot and a micro SD card slot that supports up to 32GB. Connectivity options supported by the phone include Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, and Cat 4 4G LTE. A7000 comes with 2900mAh replaceable battery. A7000 will run the latest version of Google's Android operating system, Lollipop, out of the box.
The flagship device by Taiwanese smartphone maker is expected to take on high end rivals like Galaxy S7 Edge and iPhone 6s, 6sPlus and it certainly has the potential! HTC has unveiled its latest flagship offering, HTC 10, a premium 5.2inch smartphone with outstanding camera and audio capabilities, as claimed by HTC. The metal body phone boasts of a 12 MP rear camera, capable of capturing 4K videos in low light conditions, with HTC claiming it to be the best smartphone camera yet. Underthe hood, rests a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset coupled with a 4GB of RAM.On the storage front, the device offers an inbuilt storage of 32GB, expandable up to 2TB. HTC also claims that the phone's battery will last for at least 2 days on a full charge,which if true is a breakthrough in times when smartphones yearn for a longer power backup. The 5.2inch display is blessed with a 'Super LED' screen protected by Gorilla Glass. The device also offers a fingerprint reader and runs on Android Marshmallow OS. The device, available in two color variants silver and dark gray is expected to come at a price tag of slightly above INR 46,000 and is available for pre orders.
It’s one thing for companies to sell you something you don’t need. It’s another thing for companies to sell you something you do need — but which is available for free.Case in point: Antivirus software. The best things in life are free, and the best AV software are the free ones. The paid ones slow down your system, because they’re chock-full of features you don’t need: Firewall: Windows 7 on, the inbuilt firewall does the job well.Anti-phishing: Well, if you’re silly enough to open mails that say “Hi I love you can you come online I’m online now,” then maybe you do need paid AV. Perhaps three or four for good measure. Then there’s online backup, parental controls... and on and on. The sad facts of the matter are: 1. While some retailers tack on AV for free when you buy a laptop, others are unscrupulous enough to note the facial expressions of a customer when he/she asks about “Internet security.” They’ll charge 3000 rupees for it, no less. I’ve actually seen this. The poor customer hears “phishing,” “parental control,” etc. and pays up out of fear. 2. Companies happily use phrases such as “Total Internet Security,” which make the customer feel all safe and secure.Here’s a typical exchange between Unscrupulous Dealer and Gullible Customer: “Ma’am, you’ll use the Internet with your laptop, right?” “Umm, yes...” “You need to be careful. Parental control problems, online storage issues, virus, phishing, ...” “What are all those? ” “They’re all threats. The Internet is a dangerous place these days. Yes, ma’am.” “How much will it cost?” “Only 3000, ma’am. Keep yourself safe. Otherwise you’ll come back for repairs and we’ll have to charge... 10,000? 15,000? ” “OK, I’ll take it.” Then the laptop slows down, and Gullible Customer goes back for “repair.” And gets charged again — for the dealer to disable some of the AV’s features.