Friday, 26 Dec 2014
DigiCamera Watch has separately interviewed managers from both Canon and Nikon, and both representatives revealed that plans for higher megapixel cameras are in the works at both companies. More after the jump.
An Apple analyst claims that Apple may be working on a new 4-inch iPhone model for release in 2015. This device could potentially replace the current iPhone 5S and 5C in Apple's smartphone portfolio.
The latest reports suggest that Apple will be putting its rumored 12-inch MacBook Air into mass production early next year.
Sony's been hacked. Again. Although this time Microsoft's mixed up in it too.
Sony is said to be releasing a 12.9-inch tablet in the first half of 2015. It is expected to cost more than US$1,000 and sports an ultra-thin chassis of 8.6mm.
Xiaomi may be working on a second generation Mi Pad tablet as photos of the alleged device surfaced on Weibo. Read on to find out more.
Wednesday, 24 Dec 2014
Great news for MyRepublic subscribers! The company has just announced that its Teleport service will now be offered as a feature of their broadband plans and it will no longer be charged as an add-on service.
The maker of the OnePlus One smartphone will be launching a 10,000mAh power bank with two output ports "soon".
It's a great time for fans of the Back to the Future trilogy (Back to the Future II fans especially). We've seen the hoverboard become a reality, which led to many wondering what tech from the movie will be next. Now we know.
After rivals Seagate and Western Digital, Toshiba has finally announced its own 6TB hard disk drives which are targeted at enterprise users.