- Reads from WWW
Monday, 16 Nov 2015
The French police tweeted a photo of a wanted fugitive linked to the gun and bomb attacks in Paris, notifying the public not to approach the person by themselves.
Google is gradually rolling out offline navigation features on its Maps app for Android from today. It will be available for iOS users soon. Read on to find out more!
Apple has officially announced the end of Beats Music by 30 November this year. The latter's existing subscribers can make the switch over to Apple Music.
Airborne firefighters with jetpacks? That is set to become a reality in Dubai.
Steam Machines may not be able to match Windows-based PCs in terms of raw gaming performance. For now at least, Windows PCs have a significant performance advantage.
Mr. Gene Amdahl, who was credited for his pioneering efforts in building up IBM mainframe offerings, has passed away at age 92 last week. Find out more about his contributions to modern computing after the jump.
The Paris terrorist attacks on Friday claimed 153 lives, but if it wasn't for this man's Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, that number would have been 154.
Saturday, 14 Nov 2015
If you are planning to get the Apple Pencil and the Smart Keyboard for the iPad Pro, the wait now is at least a month as Apple has "limited supply".
Android 4.1 or later devices can now have comparable battery saving features as their Android 6.0 counterparts thanks to a third-party app. Read on to find out more!
Quanta, a long-time manufacturing partner of Apple, claims that the Apple Watch 2 is already in the works with an expected launch in late Q2 2016.