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Thursday, 11 Feb 2016
The Korean electronics giant seems eager to get their new 2016 flagship smartphone off the ground by teasing us with their touch-enabled Quick Cover.
These new features are visual cues to the authenticity and level of encryption between the user and their e-mail recipient.
Micron has just presented a 768Gbit NAND design that trumps Samsung's much vaulted V-NAND technology.
LG Mobile posted a teaser on its Facebook page hinting that the upcoming G5 flagship smartphone will come with an OLED display as it will have an "always on" feature.
HTC is rumored to be holding a launch event in April to launch its flagship smartphone. It is said to launch with a new name under the One branding.
Twitter is rolling out a new timeline feature that shows the best tweets from people you follow. Read on to find out more!
Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016
In the eyes of the law, Google’s self-driving car system may soon get the same treatment as a human driver.
If comments by Intel this past week are to be believed, we may be heading toward a paradigm shift in computing where new chips feature significantly reduced power consumption at the expense of performance.
Google CEO, Sundar Pichai, has just become the highest paid CEO in the US. How much does the man who oversaw the development of Chrome, Chrome OS, Google Drive, Gmail and Google Maps make? Find out inside.
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