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Friday, 15 May 2015
HTC today announced its fourth-generation Butterfly smartphone, the J Butterfly in Japan. Based on its specs and features, the J Butterfly is currently the most powerful smartphone model in the company's portfolio. Hit the link to find out more.
9to5Mac reports that Apple will name its Beats-based streaming music service as "Apple Music", which will be launched towards the end of June and have extensive social networking integration for artists. Read on to find out more.
Wolfram Alpha's creator, Stephen Wolfram, is branching out into image identification with the Wolfram Image Identification Project. And it's learning to identify more objects by the day.
Thursday, 14 May 2015
Facebook will start the direct publication of articles from news organizations next Wednesday (Eastern time). This deal marks the culmination of months of negotiations between the social media giant and news organizations.
Space is truly the final frontier. All of us are born too early to enjoy space exploration but the Lightsail could be the stepping stone that allows future generations to do what we can't right now.
Windows 10 is coming this summer and Microsoft has just announced that there will be seven main editions of Windows 10.
The dual-screen YotaPhone 2 is now available in a new white model with a slight redesign and will be getting the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop soon. More details inside!
Wednesday, 13 May 2015
Chip is a US$9 single-board computer by Next Thing Co.. As of now, the company’s Kickstarter campaign appears wildly successful as over US$1 million has been pledged, exceeding its initial goal of US$50,000 by over 20 times.
Based on the latest report by International Data Corporation (IDC), Apple has overtaken Xiaomi and Samsung to be the top smartphone vendor in China for Q1 2015. All isn't rosy in the Chinese market though; more details inside.
With everybody so focused on when VR headsets are coming out, nobody seems to be wondering how widespread VR support will be. Well, now we know of at least one major gaming company that's going to be supporting VR.