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Monday, 27 Apr 2015
Google has officially discontinued the Nexus 7 (2013) on the Play Store. It is stated as "no longer available for purchase".
Caldigit has just released two new products for Mac professionals - Tuff, a portable external hard disk drive with USB Type-C and the T4 Nano, a 4-bay external storage solution supporting Thunderbolt 2 and four PCIe-based SSDs.
Friday, 24 Apr 2015
The guys at iFixit have just taken apart the Apple Watch to see what makes it tick. See what went down during their teardown.
AMD will skip ahead to the 14nm fabrication process for its next-generation GPUs. Read on to find out why they have leapfrogged the 20nm fab process.
Shiny surfaces produce reflections and glare. That is undeniable. Though there are various methods of reducing their intensity, none can eliminate them completely. This new discovery doesn't change that fact but it can do the next best thing, which is to make them barely noticeable.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2015
The Apple Watch Sport may not have the tough sapphire display of the premium Watch and Watch Edition counterparts, but it has strengthened Ion-X glass display. How durable is the Ion-X glass display? Click to find out more.
Devices on iOS 8 might not be as secure as you expect. The discovery of a new exploit means hackers can potentially render them useless with very little effort.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2015
Xiaomi's global Mi phone premiere in New Delhi on April 23 may see the debut of a cheaper, plastic-clad Mi 4i handset. Read on to find out more!
The Xbox One's Halo: Master Chief Collection will get a major piece of DLC soon with Halo: ODST. It's free, with a catch.
How does a lamp with a levitating light source that doesn't wear out sound? It's like something out of a sci-fi movie isn't it? Well, if you don't mind spending around $212, there's a way to get one.