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Friday, 17 Jun 2016
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.
According to the latest reports, a senior Apple executive has said that Apple has no intention of bringing iMessage to the Android platform and gives reasons why.
Thursday, 16 Jun 2016
Joyent will operate as a standalone company under Samsung and continue providing cloud infrastructure and software services to its customers.
Wednesday, 15 Jun 2016
The OnePlus 3 finally gets launched and boasts high-end specs, including a 16MP rear camera with OIS, an 8MP front camera with larger photosites, 64GB storage, and a 4A/5V fast-charging tech over a USB Type-C port.
In August last year at IDF15, Intel announced its high-endurance, high-performance Octane-based SSDs. Now, there are rumors that these SSDs will be launched by the end of this year, so read on for more details!
Monday, 13 Jun 2016
These CPU cases by EVGA boast an optimized airflow path, removable fan filters, and easy removable door for easy rig assembly. Jump in to see what else it offers.
NVIDIA has ditched its plans to enable 3- and 4-way SLI configurations with its Pascal GPUs by way of a special Enthusiast Key. Moving forward, it will focus exclusively on optimizing performance for 2-way SLI, although certain benchmark applications will still be able to take advantage of more than two GPUs.
Twitter has acknowledged that numerous Twitter usernames and passwords are available for sale on the dark web, however, the company says it is confident that its own servers haven't been breached.
Apple is rumored to be expanding its mobile payment service to the web with an official announcement at WWDC 2016.