News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 6 May 2015
The alleged 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro may come with a Bluetooth stylus, support for Force Touch input, NFC and a USB-C connector. More details inside.
Both Broadwell and Skylake CPUs are getting a mid-year launch, according to a leaked Intel roadmap posted on Chinese website PConline. Read on to uncover more details.
Long before the existence of Angry Birds was a comparatively simple mobile game called Snake. It is still widely considered as a cult classic, which is primarily why its developer will be releasing an updated version of the game called Snake Rewind for iOS, Android and Windows Phone on May 14.
The best source for DRM-free classic PC games has opened up its gaming platform for open beta with features to rival Steam.
NVIDIA announced that it will be giving up on its own modem efforts, and will also be open to selling its Icera modem unit.
According to a report by The Korea Times, Samsung will launch an "Iron Man" variant of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge next month.
Tuesday, 5 May 2015
According to the latest rumor by The New York Times, the next Apple TV is expected to include a redesigned remote that will sport a touchpad for improved navigation.
Everyone is fussing over the impending release of Windows 10, forgeting that Microsoft is also releasing another important piece of software this year.
It looks like Apple has become Sony's best returning customer, as the Cupertino company just can't seem to get enough of the Japanese corporation's camera sensors.
No longer will you need to scurry for a power socket when your iPhone 6’s battery runs low, as Nikola Labs, a budding Ohio-based startup, has recently launched a case for the iPhone 6 that can harvest electricity from thin air.