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Tuesday, 3 Feb 2015
The latest report from the rumor mill suggests that HTC's upcoming One (M9) Hima flagship smartphone will sport two 20-megapixel rear cameras on its back!
Sporting a quad-core processor running at 1.5GHz, 1GB RAM, and 8GB flash storage, the new ViewQwest TV 2.0 set-top box is the perfect partner for the company's Freedom VPN service.
Monday, 2 Feb 2015
According to shipment numbers from analysts, Apple has now tied Samsung as the world's largest smartphone maker.
Chinese agency TENAA listed the images and specs of Xiaomi's upcoming Redmi Note 2. From what's made known, it doesn't seem to be a big update.
Six weeks after being knocked offline in a Swedish police raid, torrent sharing website The Pirate Bay is back and running at full speed again, and is now taunting authorities with a prominent phoenix graphic. However, the site may not be quite the same as before.
Jeff Gordon, HTC's senior global online communications manager, shared his views on Apple's recent quarter earnings report on Twitter and also took the chance to take a swipe at the iPhone.
Singtel, Sony Pictures Television, and Warners Bros. join forces to create new video streaming service
Part of Singtel's digital strategy is to have the largest OTT video service in Asia. To realize it, the telco has joined up with Sony Pictures Television and Warners Bros. to set up HOOQ.
Friday, 30 Jan 2015
To date, OnePlus has shipped most of its phones, like its flagship OnePlus One phone, with CyanogenMod OS as the stock OS. That looks to change however, as the company has just announced that it will be unveiling a custom built in-house Android-based OS called OxygenOS, on 12th February.
The Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4-3333 memory module has set a world record with its overclocked frequency of 4351MHz. Find out how Kingston managed to pull off this feat.
Wednesday, 28 Jan 2015
Just as they did with Microsoft, the internal software security team at Google has publicly revealed three recently discovered zero-day exploits in Apple’s OS X desktop operating system, following Google’s policy.