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Friday, 26 Jun 2015
BlackBerry CEO John Chen told reporters during a visit at a hospital north of Toronto that the company may consider designing bacteria-free smartphones for use in the health-care industry.
Starting today, people in the U.S, Canada, Peru and Venezuela can sign up for Facebook Messenger even if they do not have an account with the social network.
If you’ve chosen to stay on Build 10080 because of the hassles of going to 10136, this latest build is for you, as it doesn’t require you flash your phone to Windows Phone 8.1 first.
Today’s the day the Apple Watch goes on sale in seven more countries (including Singapore) since its initial launch two months ago. While you can order from the Apple Store (Singapore) online from 1:01pm, many have chosen to queue up at select shops of local authorized resellers, like Nubox and EpiCentre.
With the launch of Windows 10 about a month from now, there’s a rumor about the upcoming operating system and USB flash drives. Find out more after the jump.
Swifties rejoice, Taylor Swift has just confirmed that she will be streaming her top-selling album "1989" on Apple Music.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2015
An industry source told Business Korea that Apple is "serious" about using organic light-emitting diode (OLED) displays for its iPhone lineup, which will also include the adoption of flexible panels.
It is rumored the 10nm Cannonlake CPU has been delayed indefinitely. Instead, a “Skylake Refresh” platform might take its place; read on to uncover more details.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen revealed during an interview with CNBC that he does not rule out the possibility of building an Android phone if he is able to make it secure.
It won't be long until you no longer have to choose between the convenience of a wireless charger and the speed of a quick charger, as the Wireless Power Consortium has just rolled out a new version of its Qi standard that supports 15W wireless charging, similar to wired Quick Chargers currently available.