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Wednesday, 24 Jun 2015
Everybody's had that one email they wished they'd never sent. Sadly, emails sent can't be cancelled. Until now that is.
South Korean news publication Newsis released a report claiming that Samsung is releasing the Galaxy S7 in the second half of the year to take on the Apple iPhone 6S. Would this come to pass?
Anybody would jump at the chance to own a real hoverboard. What would you say if you were offered a Lexus branded one?
LG earns itself a place in the Guinness World Record Book for the most number of consecutive selfies taken in one place with the same phone, thanks to its latest G4 flagship smartphone. Hit the link to find out more!
According to reports, Google has just unveiled a new wristband designed specifically for medical studies and could be used in clinical trials and drug tests.
While the Surface Pro 3 has seen several system updates in the past, this is the first time the smaller Surface 3 gets one.
Charging your phone every night may soon be a thing of the past. Chinese manufacturer, Oukitel, claims that its new smartphone will use a 10,000mAh battery that could last as long as a week.
Apple may have found the solution to hide the ugly antenna lines on the iPhone 6 models. The composite material is described as something that looks like anodized metal, yet it allows wireless signals to pass through.
Tuesday, 23 Jun 2015
In a clarification done right, Microsoft has just made its best attempt yet to clear up the recent confusion on whether all Windows Insiders will get a free Windows 10 license.
DigiTimes released a report claiming that Apple is developing touch and display driver integration (TDDI) single-chip solutions where the physical home button can be replaced with a virtual one.