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Wednesday, 3 Feb 2016
Instagram may be more commonly associated with selfies and inspirational quotes but that's not stopping the social platform from launching its own short film, Shield 5, a 28-part thriller played out in 15-second-long episodes. Watch episode one inside.
SamMobile reports that Samsung will be unveiling a compact spherical camera which is capable of capturing 360-degree imagery at the Galaxy Unpacked 2016 event this month. Read on to find out more!
A senior BlackBerry executive reportedly told The Economic Times that the company is planning to have only one mobile platform, Android for its smartphones in the future. Find out why in this article!
Well-informed tipster @evleaks has published two photos of the Samsung Galaxy S7 models which are expected to be unveiled later this month. Hit the link to check out the photos.
The Information reports that Google may be taking a similar approach as Apple to manufacture its own hardware instead of relying on OEM partners.
Tuesday, 2 Feb 2016
WhatsApp Inc. has just announced that a billion people are now exchanging pictures, texts and video via their WhatApp app.
Apple drew first blood in the war of outsized tablets. According to IDC, Apple's iPad Pro outsold Microsoft's Surface tablets in its debut quarter.
Microsoft has successfully tested an underwater data center that could potentially open the way to faster Web services and alternative means to generate energy.
Google has surpassed Apple to become the world’s most valuable listed company after announcing that its global revenues rose 13 percent to US$75 billion last year.
Monday, 1 Feb 2016
Facebook filed a patent for a ride-sharing feature on their social media platform. The feature aims to help users organize carpooling for mutual friends who will attend the same event.