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Thursday, 11 Jun 2015
Leaked photos of BlackBerry's Oslo device have appeared online. Looking much like a curvier, more compact version of the BlackBerry Passport, with the same square ratio 4.5-inch display, the Oslo appears to be running on BlackBerry 10 and could be a Passport variant targeted specifically at the APAC region.
Code found in iOS 9 developer betas have revealed that the next iPhone could have a vastly improved front-facing camera that could enable FaceTime videos at 1080p.
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2015
The Doogee S6000 reportedly also comes with a 5.5-inch 720p display, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage, and an 8MP rear camera with F2.0 aperture.
OWC has just answered the prayers of MacBook users with its new USB-C Dock that comes in matching colors and provides MacBooks with just about all the ports it would need.
DigiTimes reports that ASUS started generating profits from its smartphone business last month thanks to the shipment of over 1.5 million handsets. The momentum is expected to grow with the upcoming availability of the ZenFone Selfie and ZenPad tablets.
Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015
In its next release, the Google Chrome desktop browser will allow you to stop non-essential Flash content on web pages. Read on to uncover details about this nifty feature.
Samsung submitted a patent application for an automatically ejectable input touch pen system which can be used in its future Galaxy Note devices. How does it work? Hit the link to find out more.
Chinese phone maker Oppo just launched a pair of midrange smartphones, the Neo 5s and Neo 5 (2015). Aside from the chipset and LTE support, both smartphones have the same specs. Read on to find out more.
The HTC Vive's officially out in the wild now, as the first wave of developers kits are distributed to those who've signed up to develop for it. While we don't have one, we have the next best thing, the manual!
AMD will announce its next generation Fiji-based GPUs at E3 next week. Find out more after the jump!