Friday, 22 May 2015
Adobe has announced that it will be removing its Photoshop Touch app for its iPhone and iPad from the App Store, and will instead be focusing on their Creative Cloud apps.
Razer has a new gaming mouse pad is called the Firefly, and in typical Razer fashion, it’s decked out with enough lights to put a Christmas tree to shame.
Someone has spotted what appears to be HTC's rumored H7 tablet on the horizon of an Indian import and export website.
Google may unveil Brillo, its OS designed to run on Internet of Things (IoT) devices, during its annual I/O conference that's happening this month.
OCZ has just announced its new NVMe compliant Z-Drive 6000 PCIe SSD, which are designed specifically for enterprise applications.
Microsoft's new update to Outlook.com is the start of many changes that are coming to the company's web service as it begins to adopt its Office 365-based infrastructure.
The new firmware 1.30 for Samsung's NX1 digital camera brings with it a whole host of updates, along with some minor bug fixes.
In an effort to revitalize their stagnating iPad lineup, Apple's rumored 12-inch iPad Pro will supposedly come with support for dual-app viewing modes and multi-user logins.
AMD has released details of its next-generation High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) architecture, which is slated to make an appearance on its upcoming generation of graphics cards.
A senior LG executive has reportedly said that their company is planning to launch a second flagship smartphone later this year in order to boost sales.