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Wednesday, 11 Jan 2017
A senior LG official reportedly told ETNews that the company will be revealing the LG G6 smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2017 next month. Other sources also told ETNews that the G6 will hit retail shelves on 10 March.
American blogger and tech evangelist Robert Scoble claims to have heard from a Zeiss employee that Apple is working with Carl Zeiss on augmented reality (AR) optics.
Fitbit has made another acquisition in the wearable space.
LG Display announced that the upcoming G6 smartphone will be the first in the world to sport a QHD+ display with an aspect ratio of 18:9.
Tuesday, 10 Jan 2017
When you’re a corporate executive who’s always on the move, the last thing you would want bobbing around in your backpack is a big and bulky notebook. This is where the 14-inch ASUSPro B9440 comes in.
Panasonic also says the TV has double the brightness of regular OLED panels and covers "virtually the entire spectrum of colors" of DCI-P3.
According to their quarterly earnings report, the layoff will affect 290 out of 840 employees working with consumer drones.
Yahoo has announced the completion of a sale of its core Internet businesses to Verizon for an estimated US$4.83 billion (~S$6.92 billion). The remaining unsold parts of Yahoo will become a new investment company known as Altaba and company CEO Marissa Mayer will step down.
Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO Yu Chengdon reportedly revealed that the P10 and P10 Plus will be announced in March or April.
Industry sources told The Investor that Samsung is setting a shipment target of 60 million units for the Galaxy S8. In addition, Samsung is said to be releasing the Galaxy S8 in mid April.