Going to Singapore and not shopping for electronics is like going to an Indian restaurant and not ordering Indian food, weird, right? Singapore is famous for its cheap priced electronic goods, along with many other things, which we will discuss in another article. Millions of tourists, from all around the world, go for electronics shopping […]
“The show has ended, but the memories linger on” This is how we are feeling now, as CES 2016 is over. CES is largest consumer electronics and technology trade show, which is held annually in LasVegas. It showcases the latest technology trends and really cool gadgets. This year though, there were tons of new tech […]
With Surface Pro 3, Microsoft unveiled a brand new series of hardware that was a hybrid of a laptop and a tablet. In terms of computability, the Surface Pro 3 received a lot of acclamation and Microsoft managed to sell many of them. In October this year, the company will be launching the Surface Pro […]
It’s just a month old since it was released and Windows 10 has already arrived on 75 million devices. This figure thus reflects the total number of worldwide downloads of the OS which is free for upgrade for the time being. This also reflects that Windows 10 is the most substantial update from Microsoft for […]
Chinese smartphone company OnePlus started last year by releasing their debutant smartphone One which promised to be a flagship killer at an amazingly less price. The phone indeed proved to be a phenomenal success which helped the company to steer to growth. This year, the company launched the OnePlus 2 which can truly be regarded […]
Although Google has enjoyed consistent financial growth for a while now, but it too saw a downfall during the last two quarters as they didn’t live up to the expectations of the Wall Street. . However, in the recent Q2’s earning announcement, Google reported that it has made a remarkable stride towards rectifying their reputation. […]
Uber might have faced quite a few setbacks but it surely isn’t stopping the company from progressing and reaching new heights. The company earlier discussed about their growth in emerging Asian economies like India and China. Now they have a new feather in their hat. The company recently made and announcement that it has finally […]
HTC recently received quite a few setbacks. Earlier it was discovered that the fingerprint scanner of its flagship device stores the scanned fingerprints in a decrypted file that can be read by anyone and then it was noted that company’s earnings had slipped substantially. The company is again making headlines and it looks like HTC’s […]
Uber is gaining ground in Asia’s fastest growing economies like India and China. In fact, the company’s growth in India just surpassed that of US. However, it looks like Uber still doesn’t have much reason to rejoice as the company faced yet another bump since latest reports suggest that the company’s offices were raided by […]
Intel has always believed in next-gen computing. That’s exactly the reason why they invest so much time in the research and development of their processing chips. Now it seems like Intel is all set to launch their Xeon processors for laptops. These professional-grade chips have generally only seen data centres or corporate workstations, but now […]
Although Google has enjoyed consistent financial growth for a while now, but it too saw a downfall during the last two quarters as they didn’t live up to the expectations of the Wall Street. However, in the recent Q2’s earning announcement, Google reported that it has made a remarkable stride towards rectifying their reputation. In […]
If you have ever wondered as how you can contribute in preserving a relic of the US history, now is your chance. The Smithsonian recently launched a Kickstarter campaign so as to the gain support of the people for the restoration of Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 spacesuit so that it can be displayed at the National […]
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) came up with the variety of news that was both exciting and interesting. While the world was busy discovering Apple’s ideas and upcoming technology, the conference somehow neglected the subtle change that Apple intended to present. The name of the change is ‘Bitcode’, and it is something that you cannot […]
Be on the territory of your competitor, provide affordable solutions to their users and stand tall with innovation range of products every time – this is the little story of Anker, a company that provides premium-quality backup batteries and accessories for the buyers of MacBook. Anker, the popular accessory maker, is back- and this time, […]
Soon after Apple released the quarterly report of it’s in cash investments, Samsung is ready to share its quarterly earning report. Is the news good for Samsung? Well, the report suggests a decline of 39 percent of Samsung’s market share in the Smartphone segment! The first quarterly report of Samsung is out! The quarter that […]
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Microsoft has announced discounts for students on the Surface Pro 3.
Rugged Seat Leon X-Perience introduced.
Many users on Apple’s Support forums are complaining that their iDevices have been hijacked by hackers.
The sapphire for upcoming Apple devices has already begun shipping from the Arizona-based factory of a supplier.
Codenamed Odin, the new chip will be made in both quad-core and octa-core flavors with the Cortex-A15 cores getting clocked at up to 2.2GHz. Yes, that means you may soon have an LG phone with an octa-core 2.2GHz processor running the show.
The current rumors point toward a Q1 2014 release of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone, but what new toys and features will Samsung bring to the table? For starters, it might start scanning your eyes for security reasons.
Acer already has a $200 Chromebook in the form of the C7, buit now you get more bang for your buck with the Haswell-based variant. It’s called the Acer C720-2848 and it is also priced at a very affordable $200.
You’ll already find plenty of gadgets on the market today with the Tegra 4 system-on-a-chip from NVIDIA, but the new Tegra 4i and Tegra 5 chips should be ready some time next year.
Camera Awesome is one of those awesome apps that has been, up until this time, an exclusive to iOS devices. That has now changed, because the Camera Awesome app has finally been ported over to Google Android.
A new ruling by the FAA will soon allow mobile devices to be powered through all stages of flight.
Word on the street is that the first 64-bit quad-core chips based on ARM architecture won’t come from Samsung, Qualcomm or NVIDIA. They’re going to come from Intel.
Gibeau said that the “Commander Mode” in the game is particularly well suited for a touchscreen tablet and that EA is actively “working on a mobile game of Battlefield that will be high-end and high-performance.”
Today Dell announced a few new tablets, both running Windows and Android – all under their “Venue” brand.
Loved the Nexus 4, but wished that the device had a better camera? If you had your hopes set for a 13MP OIS camera in the Nexus 5 (like in the LG G2 it is based on), you might want to sit down – luckily, you probably already are.
Pizza Rolls and reheated leftovers, that’s all a microwave is good for, right? Not necessarily. What if we told you that your microwave could be used to charge your devices? Crazy, we know.
Check out Intel’s new wine powered processor and innovations which eliminate the need for passwords for mobile phones.
The BT 4000, BT 4200 and BT 8400 are three new backup batteries from Eton and are designed to keep your phone running when you aren’t able to stop and plug your devices into a wall socket.
Apple used to be really good at keeping secrets, but just about everything that was revealed at this morning’s event was already fully expected. Yes, there’s a higher-end iPhone 5S and, yes, there is the more budget-friendly iPhone 5C.
Toshiba is taking the opportunity show off two next-gen Windows tablets at IFA 2013 in Berlin.
It’s the end of an era, my friends! Microsoft has now announced a $7 billion deal to acquire Nokia.
IFA 2013 is still a few days away, but Acer is apparently not willing to wait any longer to reveal some of its newest products. Over the weekend Acer unveiled it has a new smartphone, tablet and plenty of all-in-one computers on the way.
New rumored details have surfaced regarding the Samsung Galaxy Gear. Supposedly the smartwatch will have a dual-core processor and 6 or 8GB of storage onboard.
Nintendo is gearing up for the holiday season and wants to create an ultra cheap handheld to attract parents looking for a bargain. The solution? This goofy looking thing you see in the image above.
It looks like LG and Samsung devices may soon be coming with a “kill switch” function in the event of your device being lost or stolen – at least in South Korea.
In order to keep us entertained while we wait for some more Angry Bird action, Rovio has now released a few short videos that introduce several new characters on the “Pork Side” of the force.
When Apple went from the iPhone 3G to the 3GS, they told us that the “S” stood for speed. We got the same kind of performance bump when we went from the iPhone 4 to the 4S, so it only makes sense that the upcoming iPhone 5S will be faster than the current iPhone 5. But how much faster?
If you’ve been considering getting your hands on a Kindle Fire, now’s the time to do it. All day long Amazon is offering special deals for the Kindle Fire family as part of its “Gold Box Deals” promo.