- Reads from WWW
Saturday, 2 Jan 2016
Huawei revealed that 2015 had been a huge success for the company. Indeed there were many things going in favor for this Chinese giant in the telecommunications industry. Find out how well it did last year!
Samsung announced that it will be showcasing three Creative Lab Projects for the first time at CES 2016. The three projects include a smart wearable healthcare belt (WELT), a hand-motion controller for mobile VR devices (rink) and a new UX (TipTalk) which allows users to listen to sound from smart devices.
Yup, Microsoft has made a selfie and portrait enhancement app for the iPhone. More details on how it works inside.
Friday, 1 Jan 2016
LG is said to be including an expansion slot on the G5 which allows consumers to add hardware modules such as cameras, audio amplifier and a physical keyboard. Read on to find out more!
Thursday, 31 Dec 2015
There have been tons of hoverboard projects revealed this year, but thus far, none have worked like the hoverboards from Back to the Future 2. The ArcaBoard might just change that. There's a catch though...
Valve has finally apologized for the data breach on Christmas, which exposed users' private account information, like email and billing addresses, to other Steam users.
A plugin from AVG designed to help protect users from online threats was found to have a security flaw that could expose users' data to hackers.
Samsung made significant improvements in mobile photography this year with four of its Galaxy devices making to the top 10 camera phones for the year. Hit the link to find out more!
The Electronic Times claims that Apple is finalizing a deal with LG and Samsung to supply OLEDs for future generations of iPhones. Both Korean companies are expected to invest a huge sum of resources over the next three years to meet Apple's demands.
Wednesday, 30 Dec 2015
See what the trailers for The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi may have looked like if they came out today.