Thursday, 1 Oct 2015
Google has confirmed that the two Nexus smartphones done in collaboration with Huawei and LG - which were teased for months by rumor sites - are actually ready for pre-orders.
GeForce Now is the name of NVIDIA's new game streaming service. In addition, the NVIDIA Shield Android TV is also receiving a software update to significantly boost its home entertainment credentials with more apps and better multimedia capabilities.
Spotify recently announced that the subscription-based online music streaming service can now support casting via the Chromecast and Chromecast Audio dongles.
At long last, OneDrive for Business users have a new sync client for Windows and Mac that promises to be much better than the previous version.
After teases and months of beta testing, Sony's latest firmware for the PS4 has finally gone live. Read on and find out what new features the firmware brings.
Security researchers have said that Apple's latest OS, OS X El Capitan, continues to be exposed to Gatekeeper's and Keychain's vulnerabilities.
AMD has unveiled its new 2015 line-up of mobile and desktop PRO A-series processors. The new processors boast significant improvements in graphics, compute and multi-threaded performance and are already available on systems from HP and Lenovo.
Jean-Claude Biver, the head of LVMH's watchmaking division, confirmed with Bloomberg and CNBC that Tag Heuer's first smartwatch will be available in New York on 9th November at US$1,800.
Apple Watch users can now use Google Maps to navigate from home to work and vice versa.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted Apple a patent for a wraparound display which could possibly be used in future generations of iPhones. Read on to find out more!