- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2015
The specifications of two upcoming Intel “Skylake” desktop CPUs have been allegedly leaked by Turkish website PCfrm. Read on to uncover more details.
In a bid to stay competitive, Qualcomm is reportedly ready to ditch TSMC and turn to Samsung to manufacture its new Snapdragon 820 SoC.
Monday, 20 Apr 2015
Re/code reports that Nokia is planning to make a return to the phone market next year. It also has several ambitious tech projects, some of which are in the realm of virtual reality. Read on to find out more.
MediaTek launched two new processors, the 64-bit quad-core MT8163 and MT8735 at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair over the weekend. Both processors are targeted to be used in entry to mid-range tablets.
At a recent conference call, AMD’s CEO Lisa Su has let slip that Microsoft's next operating system would arrive in end July.
Sony just unveiled the 5.2-inch Xperia Z4 hours ago. While it is a model exclusive to the Japanese market, rumor has it that Sony is planning to launch another flagship smartphone for the global market by the end of May. Read on to find out more.
If you're too busy (or lazy) to go to a doctor, why not have a doctor come to you? That's exactly the premise behind the Heal app.
According to research firm IHS, the new Galaxy S6 Edge is Samsung's most expensive phone to date and costs more to build than the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
A leaked database of internal Sony documents reveals that the upcoming Xperia Z4 smartphone could possibly come with a full-metal design and a fingerprint sensor. In addition, a new user interface (UI) is hinted in some of the documents. Read on to find out more.
Jan Koum, the CEO and co-founder of WhatsApp, announced on his Facebook that the instant messaging app now has 800 million monthly active users and is on track to hit one billion users later this year.