Tuesday, 28 Mar 2017
Sony is launching its updated Xperia XZs and Xperia XA1 smartphones, and pre-orders for the phones are available starting from today. Find out more after the jump.
Uber drivers in Malaysia are now required to perform a Real-Time ID Check (read: take a selfie) before picking up passengers to prevent fraud and also to safeguard their account from being compromised.
Earlier today, FUJIFILM officially launched two new cameras – the X-T20 and X100F. Details in the link.
Serial entrepreneur Elon Musk now has a new company called Neuralink, which aims to make implants that would be surgically connected to a human brain.
Are your friends actually on the way to meet you, or are they still comfortably lounging on their bed? Facebook Messenger will help you solve one of life’s greatest mysteries with its new Live Location feature.
A terrorist plot to sneak explosives onboard passenger planes prompted the ban on laptop and other electronic devices on U.K. and U.S. inbound flights.
Andy Rubin's new company - Essential Products - is building a new high-end smartphone, and today, he offered a sneak peek at the mysterious device.
Qualcomm allegedly "abused the standard essential patent" license agreement to prevent Samsung from selling its Exynos processors to other phone makers.
Intel brings 3D XPoint memory to consumers with its new Optane Memory M.2 cache SSD.
TSMC will reportedly begin mass production of Apple's A11 chip in April for the upcoming iPhone models.