- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 19 Oct 2016
The New York Times reports that Samsung tried to bribe a Galaxy Note7 user in China to keep a video of his exploding phone private.
Available now in the Windows Store, most of the features of the Facebook-owned Instagram are present in this universal Windows app, like Instagram Stories, Direct, and Explore.
The Korea Herald reports that Samsung is considering to release only one flagship smartphone annually to ensure product quality.
Tuesday, 18 Oct 2016
McAfee Labs Mobile Research Team has recently uncovered a new variant of the infamous Android banking malware Trojan Acecard, which takes things a step further. The variant actually requests for the victim’s selfie with his identity document! Read on for more details!
According to a report by Taiwanese daily United Daily News, US-based online retailer Newegg may become a subsidiary of a mainland Chinese company. Read on for more details.
Lingering questions over the Galaxy Note7 have forced the South Korean government to step in and conduct its own investigations.
Clearer star cluster photography is now within reach, as PrismaLuceLab has unveiled a modified Nikon D5500 DSLR that uses a peltier cooling system to chill the sensor and reduce noise while capturing extra long exposure photos.
It seems that Nokia is eager to let the world know that it's back.
With the Samsung Galaxy Note7 no longer in production, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo estimates that consumers will choose to purchase a smartphone from Apple and Huawei.
Monday, 17 Oct 2016
It may never have been intended, but the internet folks have discovered that thanks to the way HDMI works, you can use a PlayStation VR headset with an Xbox One, and probably even a PC as well - to a certain extent.