Friday, 3 Jul 2015
MasterCard is launching a pilot program this fall to test the use of facial recognition as a way of approving online purchases.
Be kind to your ears and hold off on buying a liquid-cooled AMD Fury X graphics card. Find out why after the jump.
Reports from Korea say that Samsung has just clinched a mega deal to supply 20 million SSDs to major manufacturers like Apple and Microsoft.
Rumors of an Android-powered Blackberry device have been circulating for a while now and today Evan Blass, aka evleaks, posted a picture on Twitter that he claims is "the Android-powered BlackBerry Venice slider." More details inside.
Korean news site Naver reports that the Apple Watch 2 will sport a similar screen size, resolution and shape. In addition, Samsung will be joining LG in manufacturing flexible OLED displays for the Apple Watch 2.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced on his Weibo account that the company has sold more than 34.7 million smartphones in the first half of the year. This marks an increase of 33% compared to the same period last year.
An alleged Foxconn employee reportedly leaked an internal document detailing the new camera features and specs of Apple's upcoming iPhones. Read on to find out more.
Always wanted to know the differences between the Windows 10 Pro, Home, Enterprise, and Education editions? There's now a feature comparison table, courtesy of Microsoft.
In a blog post today, Microsoft’s OS chief Terry Myerson has shared more details on how the OS would be delivered, not just to consumers but its OEM partners and business customers as well.
Epson's Replaceable Ink Pack System combines the ease-of-use of a cartridge-based system with the high volume printing of an ink tank system. With a full set of ink packs, the WF-R8591 can print up to an incredible 75,000 pages.