Tuesday, 24 Nov 2015
A month’s work in Niseko, Japan, with US$10,000 including expenses, training, living cost, transport, and activities as a shopper and “delivery bee” is probably a dream job for many.
Join the light or dark side of the Force ... with Google, at least. Ahead of the new Star Wars movie, Google’s new tool lets you theme the look of your Google apps with either side of the Force.
If you're longing for the days when you whipped out your phone and flipped it open like a boss (or a Star Trek captain), Samsung has good news for you. It's just unveiled the W2016, a metal and glass flagship spec clamshell flip phone.
Snapchat wants to make it even easier for users to find out about each and every moment. With Story Explorer, it's possible to view a concert through the eyes of Snapchat users seated all across the stadium.
Android users can now stream twice as much music with Opera Max, thanks to the latest update found in their data saving feature.
Reports have emerged that many Dell computers shipped after August have easily cloneable root certificates that could let hackers snoop on a machine's encrypted Internet traffic.
Many Huawei Nexus 6P owners are reporting that they have issues with the microphone during regular voice calls and VoIP calls. Google is aware of the issue and is currently investigating the issue.
Microsoft has released an app, AppComparison to find Android users identify their installed Android apps and match them with similar ones from the Microsoft Store.
HDBlog.it reports that Samsung will be making the display of the Galaxy S7 edge curved at the top and bottom. In addition, the Korean company is said to be bringing back the microSD memory card slot to its Galaxy flagship lineup.
You've heard how amazing the Apple Pencil is when paired with the Apple iPad Pro, but have you seen it at work? Well, here are some drawings done using the Apple Pencil by some iPad owners! Hit the link to see them!