Tuesday, 24 Jan 2017
Sprint has just announced that it has taken up a 33% stake in Tidal to deliver a first-of-its-kind experience to its customers.
The Verge has obtained an early picture of LG's next flagship phone, due to be unveiled next month at MWC 2017, and expected to be available on 10th March.
According to an announcement by Chromium OS project, all new Chromebooks launched this year will be able to install Android applications. Owners of older Chromebooks may not be left out; read on for more details!
The Forbes and The Verge claim that Samsung has reserved the bulk of the first Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processors for the Galaxy S8, which forced other phone makers such as LG to use the older Snapdragon 821 chipsets.
HummingWhale is a variant of the old HummingBad malware, which had 10 million victims that generated at least US$300,000 a month for its attackers.
Released to a small subset of gamers, the preview includes plenty of new features, including an updated Home look, new ways to multi-task, and Cortana gaming enhancements.
Samsung just had its best quarter in three years, despite the Galaxy Note 7 debacle that saw the phone subject to two rounds of recalls. The company posted a profit of around US$7.2 billion, a more than 50 per cent jump from the same period last year.
Updating your iPhones, iPads and iPod touches to iOS 10.2.1 might be the most secure thing you do today. That’s because the new update includes a wide range of security fixes that protects against very bad attacks.
With its 4K-enabled Tinker Board, ASUS looks set to challenge the dominance of Raspberry Pi 3 in the single-board computer market segment. Read on for more details!
Qualcomm will not stop shipping modem chips to Apple despite the latter suing it for US$1 billion. However, sources close to Qualcomm say the company is considering filing a countersuit in response.