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Thursday, 7 May 2015
Swatch Group CEO, Nick Hayek, revealed that Swatch is looking to address the issue of smartwatch battery life with a new revolutionary battery, which Swatch plans to release in 2016.
Announced earlier this year, Xiaomi has just finalized the specifications of its new Mi Note Pro phablet. It also said that it will go on sale in China next week for just 2999 yuan.
After years of development and various iterations of the development kit, the Oculus Rift is finally going to be seeing the light of day! Even better, we don't have that long to wait!
The U.S. market for phablets, smartphones that are a cross between regular phones and tablets, reported grew four times in size in 2015, thanks to stellar products like the iPhone 6 Plus.
American music publication Billboard reports that Apple's new music streaming service may not be ready for release at next month's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Read on to find out why.
Marketing research firm Techno Systems Research published a study which states that Sony is the biggest supplier of camera sensors in the world, especially the ones made for smartphones. Its analysts also claim that Sony makes $20 for every Apple iPhone 6 sold.
Wednesday, 6 May 2015
The alleged 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro is said to come with a Bluetooth stylus, support for Force Touch input, NFC and a USB-C connector. More details inside.
According to a leaked Intel roadmap posted on Chinese website PConline, both Broadwell and Skylake CPUs are slated for a mid-year launch. Read on to uncover more details.
NVIDIA has just announced that it will be giving up on its own modem efforts and that they are also open to selling its Icera modem unit.
If paying US$10,000 for a gold Apple Watch Edition is a bit out of your price range, some enterprising jewelers have taken it upon themselves to offer a more affordable alternative.