Facebook-owned WhatsApp is one of the most widely used instant messaging app in the world and almost everyone uses it on a daily basis to communicate. WhatsApp lets users send messages, photos and videos instantly. However, there are times when we want to send a message at a specific time such as birthday wishes, New Year wishes, greetings, etc. WhatsApp does not have a feature to schedule any message within the app. Having said that, there are several third-party apps available on Google Play Store that lets users schedule any message at the given time and date. Apps like WhatsApp Scheduler, Do It Later, SKEDit, etc allows users to schedule not only text messages but also photos and videos. These apps are simple to use and offer handful of features on their basic version or free version. However, for advanced features like sending photos and videos, users might have to buy the premium version of the app. The best part here is these apps also work on the non-rooted Android … [Read more...] about How to schedule WhatsApp messages on Android
Android 6 multiple users
Another trend that is starting to emerge is centralised QS [quantified self] dashboards. Over recent months there have been a number of entrants into this market, including TicTrac, whose value lies in solving the exact kinds of problems I mentioned above. By pulling in the data from a variety of external sources, TicTrac lets you view, compare and visualise your data in one place. It's early days for these products, but they'll undoubtedly provide huge benefits for the self-tracker. … [Read more...] about Nike+ FuelBand and Google Glass: what next for the ‘quantified self’?
The other big question about Glass is: how will we behave with each other? My own experience with a Glass-like system, of wearable ski goggles, suggests that distraction will happen quite easily. That system, from Recon, has a lens in the top right that shows data such as your speed, altitude, and even ski-resort maps (useful in whiteouts). It was very easy, while standing and talking to someone, to glance up and read something off the screen. Being present and not-present became almost reflexive, and that was with only one week of use. Yet at the same time, the display wasn't overwhelming. Concentrating on what was in front of me wasn't hard, when required. … [Read more...] about Google Glass: is it a threat to our privacy?
Pichai’s agenda does not suggest a ‘big bang’ initiative but it is tempting to see a hidden one for multiple reasons. India’s digital advertising is tiny. By one estimate, it is expected to be less than $1 billion, growing at less than 20 percent annually. Last year, Google’s India revenue barely accounted for 1 percent of its global advertising revenue of $135 billion. So it is tempting to see Google eyeing something bigger with its new war chest, rather than simply targeting a modest advertising pie. … [Read more...] about The road ahead for Google’s $10-billion India Digitisation Fund
"These were then used to great benefit in a bunch of APIs in the core libraries. However, the intrinsics were limited to x86/x64 architectures. In .NET 5, a ton of effort has gone into adding thousands more, specific to Arm64, thanks to multiple contributors, and in particular @TamarChristinaArm from Arm Holdings." … [Read more...] about Microsoft: .NET 5 brings you these big performance improvements
CNET The Motorola Edge Plus has pretty much everything you'd hope for in a premium 5G phone: A Snapdragon 865 chipset, a giant battery, an OLED screen with a high refresh rate and multiple rear cameras with heavy-duty specs. Motorola took features found on other top-of-the-line Android phones, put its own Moto spin on them and built them all into one of our favorite Android phones of the year. Read our Motorola Edge Plus review. … [Read more...] about The best phones for 2020