News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 14 Jul 2014
The availability and dimensions of Apple's upcoming iPhone model have been leaked on Amazon Japan's website.
Friday, 11 Jul 2014
The latest Samsung Exynos ModAP integrates the LTE modem into a single chipset. Besides a quad-core processor, the company is also touting an advanced image signal processor.
According to a well-connected analyst, because of various challenges, mass production of Apple's eagerly anticipated iWatch could be pushed back to as late as November.
The Apple iPhone's rumored sapphire display is put through the ultimate stress test that involved some twisting, bending, dropping, running over and even under a flame. It survived all but one trial. What is it? Hit the link to find out.
Thursday, 10 Jul 2014
NVIDIA has expanded GRID Test Drive service for South East Asia and Australia. It will allow people, who are considering virtualized desktop infrastructure (VDI), to test the cloud computing capabilities of NVIDIA GRID for free, albeit for a limited time period of two hours only.
LG's new KizON wearable is not your usual fitness tracker or notification centre, but one targeted at parents of young children who wants real-time location reporting of their kids' whereabouts.
An Uber passenger in Washington, D.C. claims that he was "kidnapped" and taken on a high-speed car chase through Washington, D.C. in an Uber cab.
Going to the U.K. any time soon? Make sure the electronic devices you're carrying onboard are charged.
Cortana kept her World Cup streak alive last night, after correctly predicting that Argentina would beat the Netherlands. The AI has now successfully picked the winners of all 14 World Cup knockout stage games. As for the third place match and Sunday's final, you can see her predictions here.
Wednesday, 9 Jul 2014
Xiaomi may be launching its next flagship smartphone, the Mi 4 soon as a photo of its front panel is taken from the assembly line. If the front panel in the photo turns out to be that of the Mi 4, Xiaomi is going to give the LG G3 a run for its money.