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Wednesday, 25 Nov 2015
The metal chassis, 5.0-inch LG Class is finally in Singapore, and it comes with a decent promotional bundle and a SITEX 2015 special too.
Dell has acknowledged that its eDellRoot certificate poses significant security concerns. Instructions on how to remove it are online and a software update is also on the way.
The Korea Times reports that Samsung Display recently renewed talks with Apple to supply OLED displays for iPhones in 2018.
Strategy Analytics predicts that Microsoft will attain 18% of the global market share by 2019. What about Apple and the Android vendors? Hit the link to find out more!
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has partnered with China's big four state-run banks to launch its mobile payment service by early February 2016. Can Apple pull this off and be ahead of Samsung?
Tuesday, 24 Nov 2015
Belgian police gained some unlikely furry allies this past weekend on Twitter.
A month’s work in Niseko, Japan, with US$10,000 including expenses, training, living cost, transport, and activities as a shopper and “delivery bee” is probably a dream job for many.
If you're longing for the days when you whipped out your phone and flipped it open like a boss (or a Star Trek captain), Samsung has good news for you. It's just unveiled the W2016, a metal and glass flagship spec clamshell flip phone.
Android users can now stream twice as much music with Opera Max, thanks to the latest update found in their data saving feature.
Reports have emerged that many Dell computers shipped after August have easily cloneable root certificates that could let hackers snoop on a machine's encrypted Internet traffic.