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Wednesday, 24 Sep 2014
No one is unaffected by the declining PC market, not even giants Samsung. And according to reports, the company is said to be exiting the European notebook market.
A teardown analysis has revealed that Apple's latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus both cost at least US$200 to build.
Reports are surfacing that a few iPhone 6 Plus owners have noticed that their new devices are now slightly warped, bending inwards in a slight curve. The culprit? Tight pants and sitting down.
The two new logos should help consumers find out if a TV, monitor, or projector they wish to buy supports 4K UHD content.
Tuesday, 23 Sep 2014
Toshiba has just announced that it plans to restructure its PC business to focus on the more profitable B2B field and also withdraw from certain unprofitable markets.
The State of California has granted licenses to Google, Audi and Mercedes to allow their self-driving cars to drive on all public roads in the state to facilitate the advancement of autonomous cars.
Even though it's been less than a year since Beats Music was bought over by Apple, it appears as though the streaming music service's days are numbered.
Monday, 22 Sep 2014
Despite passing away five days before the unveiling of the iPhone 6, famed comedian, Joan Rivers, appeared to post an update to her Facebook page last Friday, praising the phone and announcing her plans to buy one.
Microsoft is offering 30GB of free OneDrive storage for users of any device - iOS, Android, Windows Phone, even a Windows PC. All you have to do is activate auto-upload on your device's camera roll between now and the end of the month.
According to reports, Netflix is under pressure by Australian right holders of US-produced shows and movies to block VPN use and talks are currently underway.