- Reads from WWW
Friday, 22 Jan 2016
Google’s court proceedings reveal more details about their money matters, with the latest snippet about how Apple benefits from Google’s search tool.
Some users in Australia have already been blocked from accessing US content with workarounds like modified IP address and DNS settings. If Netflix continues on this path, it's likely that the ban will roll out to even more users and countries in the near future.
The new series of Fender headphones can cost as much as a guitar, but it’s nowhere as expensive as a Stratocaster.
An Oracle lawyer just revealed how much Google has made from its Android operating system since it rolled out in 2008. These figures were intended to be confidential, so Google isn't too happy about it.
At CES 2016, ASRock unveiled motherboards that would enable locked multiplier CPUs to be overclocked on even non-Z170 motherboards. But while this sounds like a great development for gamers on a budget, there are still a handful of significant risks and trade-offs to be aware of.
In face of a competing bid from Innovation Network Corp. of Japan, Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn is reportedly willing to offer up to US$5.3 billion to takeover Sharp.
More apps were downloaded from the Google Play Store in 2015, but Apple had the last laugh when it comes to revenue. Read on to find out more!
HTC is said to postpone the launch of its One M10 flagship smartphone at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016. Read on to find out more about its rumored launch date and availability.
Thursday, 21 Jan 2016
The bug occurs when the iPhone 6s Plus phone's clock is adjusted, and Apple has a temporary fix while they investigate the glitch. More details inside.
Is there a ninth planet in our Solar System after all? Two Caltech planetary scientists seem to think so.