Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015
Google and Samsung have always had a somewhat tenuous relationship and the latest rumor from a Reuters source may signal Samsung's desire for more independence and less reliance on Google's platform.
EKWB and XSPC have announced the impending availability of full-cover GPU water blocks for AMD's flagship Radeon R9 Fury X.
Apple has just revised the terms of its AppleCare protection plans for Mac to cover all batteries that retain less than 80% charge.
OnePlus has confirmed the third official spec of its upcoming flagship smartphone - the OnePlus 2 will sport a fingerprint sensor that works "faster than Touch ID".
Called the Reserve Strap, it has built-in lithium-polymer cells that charge the Apple Watch through the watch's hidden accessory port.
Monday, 29 Jun 2015
Here's a video to lessen your Monday blues. YouTuber Naturbeobachtungen von Lothar Lenz pointed a Nikon Coolpix P900 with its 83x optical zoom at the moon on a clear day and got this amazing video out of it. Just watch it for yourself.
The happiest place on Earth deems selfie sticks a threat to safety and is banning them from its premises.
Facebook is testing a new photo uploader that includes Snapchat-esque features like swipe-to-preview filters, stickers, and text overlays. The new feature is currently only available to select iOS users.
BlackBerry has updated BBM with a new feature called Private Chat, which allows users to hold anonymous conversations by removing names from chat windows.
Apple's latest mobile OS, iOS 8.4, will be available from 11pm tomorrow, an hour ahead of the launch of Apple's radio service Beats 1.