Tuesday, 19 May 2015
HTC has confirmed that the company will no longer be making "mini" variants of its flagship smartphones as consumers prefer larger-screen smartphones.
Monday, 18 May 2015
While Google may have shelved their Google Glass devices earlier this year, nobody really believed that it would be the end of the product. It seems like that might be true after all, though maybe not in the way you might expect.
Google's self-driving cars have received the green light to begin testing on public roads in Mountain View, California, this summer.
On 15th May, Razer launched its first standalone concept store at the Syntrend Creative Park in Taiwan. The opening of the Razerstore drew thousands of fans from Taiwan and abroad, including visitors from the United States, Europe and across Asia.
Corsair has announced three different 128GB kits in its Vengeance LPX and Dominator Platinum product line-ups. The new kits are the world's first unbuffered 128GB DDR4 memory kits.
Oculus has announced the system specifications required to run its Rift virtual reality headset, and we've to say that those are some quite demanding specifications!
According to a recent study published by Microsoft, the abundance of technology in modern society has caused the average attention span to fall dramatically since the start of the century. It's not all bad though, there's some upside to spending all day online too. Find out what inside.
In a bid to to bolster its mapping services and technologies, Apple has reportedly acquired GPS firm Coherent Navigation.
We're so used to buying a new version of Windows every few years that it's become routine and expected. So it comes as a massive surprise that Microsoft might be breaking with that 'tradition' with Windows 10.
Xiaomi may be releasing a new Redmi phone with a metallic design, 2 or 3GB RAM, a Full-HD display and MediaTek MT6795 octa-core processor. Read on to find out more.