- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 29 Dec 2015
Apple has once again dominate the holiday sales charts. Almost every one out of two new devices activated over the Christmas week was from Apple.
BlackBerry has managed to work some wonders on the Priv as the 18MP rear camera is rated by DxOMark as one of the best in the industry today. Read on to find out more!
Anonymous sources told South Korea's Electronic Times that Samsung is planning an initial production of 5 million Galaxy S7 units.
Monday, 28 Dec 2015
A Foxconn worker managed to take a short video footage of what seems to be a prototype of the Apple iPhone 7. Hit the link to see the photos and video!
China just passed a new anti-terrorism law that would allow the government authorities to demand technical data and help on breaking account encryption from tech companies.
Star Wars: Shadow of the Empire. According to one LucasFilm executive, that was nearly the title of the film that has since taken the world by storm.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens has become the fastest movie to take in US$1 billion at the box office, achieving the feat in a record-breaking 12 days.
Fitbit's app jumped 20 spots to the top of the Apple App Store on Christmas Day, which suggests that many people received a Fitbit wearable as a gift. Is that enough to keep Apple and Xiaomi at bay?
Sunday, 27 Dec 2015
Former and existing employees in Samsung told Reuters in interviews that the dominant engineering culture caused the company to loose revenue and market share. Read on to find out more!
Saturday, 26 Dec 2015
The Korea Times reports that Samsung is planning to cut smartphone shipments next year and focuses on the budget range. Read on to find out more.