Even the most special of emojis get lost among the flood of messages we receive each day. What about sending emojis by snail mail? If you have not tried it, log on to PostMoji, a Mumbai-based company, which 25-year-old Laksh Fomra (in picture) unveiled on July 17 last year. All you have to do is select an emoji from the website and Laksh’s team turns it into a giant sun board cut-out (complete with a personal message) that’s sent by post. It’s to be cherished.
Suddenly the word “hashtag” is being bandied about as though it is the official catchword of the day. In the teaser ad of Standard Chartered Bank, Anushka Sharma says with a wink she is opening a hashtag bank account. Using the word hashtag verbally is its worst abuse.
Tennis is a fascinating game to watch, and to play. There have been countless versions of the game made for mobile. Ultimate Tennis, however, delivers the complete experience from world tours to character customisation.
This is an easy game to play but it is quite tough to reach a high score. Tap to jump and keep shooting into hoops till the allotted time runs out. Dunk, swish and shoot baskets to wangle a high score.The game features many skins and balls for a custom experience. It has simple, one-touch controls and - the best part - you do not need an Internet connection to play it.
Who had the most social media interactions in April? Not Cristiano Ronaldo. Not Virat Kohli. Not NBA superstar LeBron James. It’s 26-year-old gamer Tyler Blevins, who is better known by his online name, Ninja. The Fortnite player generated 150 million social interactions in April.
It’s been smooth sailing for OnePlus for the past one year as the Shenzhen-based Chinese smartphone manufacturer continues to capture the heart of the premium phone segment market in India. Celebrations went a notch higher with the launch of the OnePlus 6 two months ago. In fact, the company has gone on to sell over one million units of its latest smartphone in just under a month.
Snapchat’s parent company Snap is reportedly working on a partnership with e-commerce giant Amazon. According to TechCrunch, a version of Snapchat being developed for Android phones includes code for a new feature called “Visual Search” that can use Snapchat’s camera to send images of a product or a barcode scan to Amazon, which will then display search results. To use the feature, users have to snap a photo of an object, and then the app would pull up sellers of a product and reviews. The user will be able to copy the Amazon link, share, and send the info to friends.