Sprint has just announced that it has taken up a 33 percent stake in Tidal, and is said to be announcing exclusive offers and promos to its customers soon.
The 4K-capable ASUS Tinker Board is set to challenge the dominance of Raspberry Pi 3 in the single-board computer market segment. Read on for more details!
At CES, NVIDIA has introduced a new Shield Android TV box that streams 4K media and is also an AI hub for future smart homes. NVIDIA is also bringing high-performance gaming to the PC and Mac through the GeForce Now cloud-based service.
We were treated to an early screening of Assassin's Creed by MSI, but not before we got a chance to experience their VROne backpack.
The upcoming Hyperdrive takes away two USB-C ports, and gives seven ports in return, including a Thunderbolt 3 port, two USB 3.1 ports, a HDMI port, a USB-C port, and separate microSD and SD card slots.
Set to premier on November 4, Netflix's latest original series is a lavish 10-episode biopic drama on HRM Queen Elizabeth II. The streaming service also signed a content agreement with Double Vision Sdn Bhd, one of Malaysia's largest production companies.
Sundar Pichai, Google CEO wants Google "to be there when you always need it to be". At least that's the plan for Google's new Wi-Fi connected speaker/virtual assistant/smarthome controller, Google Home.
The next generation of Google's popular streaming device, the Chromecast Ultra has been announced. The Ultra supports 4K resolutions and will be able to stream 4K content from YouTube, Netflex and Vudu at launch, with Google Play Movies coming later in the year.
Google Chromecast is capable of doing many things, like streaming content from Netflix and YouTube, and converting your TV into a second screen for your smartphone. What it can’t do, however, is stream 4K video – but that could all change as soon as next week.
According to Android Police's sources, Google may hold an event on October 4 to announce the Pixel smartphones, and maybe a slew of other things previously mentioned during Google I/O 2016.