- Reads from WWW
Friday, 16 Oct 2015
In a recent study of iPhone users, researchers have discovered a possible link between cognitive performance and the proximity of their devices.
Have you been experiencing shorter than expected battery life on your new iPhone? Facebook could be to blame. A number of users are reporting that the Facebook app is continuing to run processes in the background — even with background app refresh disabled. Full details inside.
With just two months until the release of the first Star Wars movie since 1983 (the prequels never happened okay?) the Disney merchandise machine is already in full gear. Just in time for the holidays, here comes the one thing every Star Wars fan needs: an officially licensed showerhead.
Singapore startup Pirate3D, maker of the world's cheapest 3D printer, has failed, leaving about 60 per cent of its backers without the promised 3D printer they funded.
The Weenect Cats is a GPS tracking device with a difference; it's also a phone that you can call to talk to your cat.
An integrated marketing campaign that involves Intel, Microsoft and three other major PC manufacturers? Say what?
Apple has just announced that ResearchKit will now include new studies that target autism, epilepsy and melanoma.
A forum user on Reddit decided to be different with his Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and the end-result is a see-through Note 5 with that shows the phone’s inner workings. Read on and see how he did it.
Cheetah Mobile Security Research Lab discovered a trojan malware lurking inside popular apps on Google Play Store which has infected over 900,000 Android devices. What made it so dangerous is the fact that it can bypass security measures implemented by Google and force unwanted app downloads.
Samsung introduced a new color, pink gold for the Galaxy Note 5. It will be available for consumers in South Korea from 23rd October.