- Reads from WWW
Monday, 20 Jun 2016
LG Electronics releases a new design for their Pocket photo inkless mobile printer, adorned with LINE characters.
Android apps are making their way to Chrome OS for real. The ASUS Chromebook Flip is the first device to receive support for the Google Play Store in the developer channel, and more devices are slated to follow very soon.
The new Crucial MX300 SSD is Micron's first foray into the world of 3D NAND.
Apple is rumored to have started the mass production of its iPhone 7 at Pegatron.
Whether you want to watch a movie with your loved ones, play an online game without getting defeated by lag, or to connect with family and friends via video chat, the one thing you need is a fast and reliable network.
A smartphone repair shop based in China recently posted images of purported iPhone 7 components, one of which shows a dual-SIM tray.
Friday, 17 Jun 2016
The best in noise-cancelling finally goes wireless – introducing the latest Bose QuietComfort35 *updated*
The latest headphones to join Bose’s QuietComfort series boast wireless Bluetooth connectivity and even better noise-cancelling capabilities than ever before.
AMD has apparently more than doubled down on its upcoming Zen processors; read on for more details.
Bluetooth 5 has just been officially announced and it will offer up to four times the range and double the speed of Bluetooth 4.
Apple's woes in China continue as the Beijing Intellectual Property Office recently granted Shenzhen-based brand Baili an injunction against Apple that will force it to remove the iPhone 6 from all Beijing stores, based on the claim that Apple copied the design of Baili's 100C smartphone.