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Android camera app could integrate Google Goggles to deliver smarter experience

Google is reportedly on a move to make the default Android camera app smarter with its Google Goggles integration. The new development would be the company’s first major attempt to

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Chromecast app is now called Google Cast

Google has renamed its Chromecast app to Google Cast. The new renaming is aimed to expand the coverage of the media streaming technology that was initially featured in an HDMI

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Spotify hits 30 million subscribers

Spotify has grown bigger with its 30 million subscribers around the world. The music streaming service was launched in October 2008 and is currently serving content through a freemium business

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Now book PVR movie tickets using Paytm app

Paytm has partnered with entertainment company PVR to enter the emerging movie ticketing business. The new development will now lets you book PVR movie tickets directly from your Paytm app.

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Twitter finally debuts on Windows 10 Mobile

Months after its arrival on Windows 10 running PCs, Twitter has now launched its native app for Windows 10 Mobile. The new app is designed using Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform

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HERE Maps ditches Windows 10 to favour Android and iOS

In a major setback to Microsoft’s ongoing efforts, HERE Maps has announced that it will no longer support Windows 10 platform. The new decision emerges by the mapping company to

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F.lux now on Android to remove eye-strain from your device

Years after being anticipated, F.lux app now has its presence on Android. The new app is aimed to reduce blue color tone from your Android device to offer you a

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Spotify is no longer supporting Windows Phone [Update]

Spotify has announced that it’s no longer supporting Windows Phone. The new announcement emerges amid the growth of Groove Music. In a statement, as spotted by Twitter user S_Alessandro, Spotify

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UCWeb ties up with Twitter and Microsoft Bing to deliver extensive cricket coverage

UCWeb has announced its partnership with Twitter and Microsoft Bing. The new development is aimed to deliver extensive cricket coverage through an upgraded UC Cricket that the Alibaba-backed company developed