Tuesday, 22 Sep 2015
Qualcomm announces new connectivity features for their upcoming Snapdragon 820 SoC, with better optimization for LTE and Wi-Fi networks, better battery efficiency, and support for LTE speeds of up to 600Mbps, as well as 802.11ad Wi-Fi support, all thanks to the new X12 LTE modem.
HYPER seeks campaign backers for their latest MacBook power connector with USB-C compatibility.
Kickstarter is placing social good over profits. The company has announced that it is now Kickstarter PBC, a public benefit corporation that is legally obliged to consider the impact of its decisions on society and benefit the public.
Bloomberg Businessweek has an exclusive, behind-the-scenes feature on how Apple built its new 3D Touch technology over “multi, multi, multi years.”
Thermaltake has expanded its water cooling lineup with the Pacific RL and R series radiators. The new radiators are available in a range of sizes to accommodate both large tower cases and more compact ones.
Apple today releases watchOS 2, its first major software update for the Apple Watch. The update file size is about 515MB for the 42mm model.
Leaked renders of the OnePlus Mini have surfaced on the Internet. The renders reveal some fascinating specs such as a rear fingerprint sensor and a duo camera setup. Hit the link to find out more!
LG announced a new midrange Android smartphone, the Class which comes with a slim metal design, a 5-inch display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor. Read on to find out more about the LG Class.
Monday, 21 Sep 2015
Apple just announced more than 50% of devices are already running on iOS 9, which makes it the fastest adoption ever in the company's history.
At a Microsoft event last Friday on reinventing productivity, we managed to get a closer look at a working prototype of the Surface Hub, a huge display for group collaboration. Apparently, you can also run Minecraft on this thing.