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Thursday, 21 Jan 2016
Remember last year when it was discovered that inserting the S-Pen on your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in backwards could cause irreparable damage to your device? Samsung seems to have fixed the problem as newer Note 5's have been spotted with an updated slot design.
A 40-second video uploaded by M.I.C Gadget shows the rumored 4-inch Apple iPhone 6c (also referred as iPhone 7c). Hit the link to check out the video.
A senior Ford executive told Trusted Reviews that Apple has what it takes to succeed in the automobile industry. Hit the link to find out why.
Netflix had an amazing fourth quarter earnings which saw 4 million new subscribers internationally and 1.56 million subscribers domestically. Its total subscriber base stands at 75 million. Read on to find out about its plans for future growth.
An Apple developer went through the iOS 9.3 beta and stumbled upon a string of codes which suggests that the next iPhone will not have a 3.5mm audio jack.
Wednesday, 20 Jan 2016
Microsoft may be on the verge of issuing a recall for thousands of Microsoft Surface Pro 1, 2, and 3 power cords over fears that the cable could trigger a fire if it's wound too tightly or otherwise damaged.
Independent Swiss watchmaker H. Moser & Cie.'s Swiss Alp watch is an obvious jab at the Apple Watch.
Looks like many countries are obsessed with camels and cows.
Samsung is being sued by the Consumentenbond, the largest consumer protection advocacy agency in Netherlands, for not updating the software on its smartphones in a timely manner.
A reliable tipster on Weibo claims that HTC is chosen by Google to manufacture two Nexus smartphones this year.