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Tuesday, 20 Oct 2015
The Korean Intellectual Property Office published a patent filed by Samsung in April 2014 which describes a display technology that can differentiate the amount of force applied by looking at the corresponding voltage. Will this pressure sensitive technology appear in the Galaxy S7?
Monday, 19 Oct 2015
The clearest photos yet of HTC's upcoming One A9 smartphone have been leaked online, and well, let's just say we're definitely getting a sense of déjà vu.
Sigma has just added another lens to its Art series, and this time it’s an ultra-fast wide-angle that should appeal to both landscape and portrait photographers.
Its been speculated for a while now, but we finally have concrete information of when the Limited Edition Star Wars Battlefront PS4 bundle will hit local shores and its pricing. Head on in to find out what it'll cost, as well as a few other surprises.
Apple has come up with a pretty innovative way of showcasing the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus' new 3D Touch display.
A U.S. jury has ordered Apple to pay the University of Wisconsin-Madison's patent licensing arm more than US$234 million in damages for incorporating its microchip technology into some of the company's iPhones and iPads without permission.
Apple has just issued an internal notice for a Quality Program, it appears that the anti-reflective coating on some MacBook and MacBook Pro notebooks with Retina screens have been wearing off, resulting in stains across the screen.
Remember Intel Curie? It’s the company’s low-powered chip that will make its debut on the upcoming Arduino 101 development board. More details after the jump!
Despite being Microsoft's first laptop, there should be no doubts that the Surface Book is shooting for the highest-end of the market.
Sunday, 18 Oct 2015
Intel is said to have assembled a team of more than 1,000 people to work on its XMM 7360 modem for future Apple iPhone models. If Intel continues to meet Apple's expectations, the former may have the opportunity to manufacture the next iPhone processor.