- Reads from WWW
Thursday, 7 Jul 2016
More than four billion people around the world don't have access to the Internet (and by extension Facebook). Mark Zuckerberg wants to change that with the open-source OpenCellular platform, a shoebox size device that can deliver wireless connectivity to up to 1,500 people as far as 10km away.
Android Police reports that Google is currently building two Nexus-branded Android Wear smartwatches for release after the launch of the Nexus phones.
Japan has taken the bold move to become one of the first countries to approve the use of cameras in place of mirrors in cars.
Wednesday, 6 Jul 2016
iGyaan.in claims to have obtained an internal Samsung memo detailing a redesigned S Pen and two new Air View features. There are also other new features being mentioned, so hit the link to find out more!
Someone managed to take a photo of a slide shown during an in-house symposium organized by Foxconn where it reveals that the iPhone 7 Plus will come with a pair of 12-megapixel rear cameras, water resistance and wireless charging!
Tuesday, 5 Jul 2016
Reports have surfaced that certain early retail units of the 4GB version of the Radeon RX 480 actually come with 8GB of RAM. The hidden RAM can supposedly be unlocked by upgrading the BIOS.
LeEco unveils their latest Le Max2 “superphone”, touting 6GB RAM and a boost to 128GB onboard storage.
Microsoft has taken to showing Windows 7 and 8.1 users a full-screen notification that the Windows 10 free upgrade offer ends on 29 July.
Security researcher Dymtro Oleksiuk has uncovered a critical flaw in the BIOS of Lenovo PCs that could let attackers circumvent Windows' basic security protocols. However, while the vulnerability was found on Lenovo PCs, other manufacturers using the same BIOS software could also be vulnerable.
The Korea Times reports that Samsung is spinning off its OLED business division while planning an exit strategy for LCDs. Read on to find out why!