News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 27 Feb 2015
To whet the appetite of the hungry masses, NetherRealm released a video of Brutalities from Mortal Kombat X and it is gruesome.
The WhatsApp Web client is no longer restricted to the confines of Google Chrome, and now supports both Firefox and Opera browsers.
Brace yourselves, Apple has sent out invites for a special event that will take place on March 9, where the company is expected to reveal more details about the Apple Watch.
Thursday, 26 Feb 2015
The Terminator films have it that humanity was almost wiped out when an intelligent program (Skynet) became self-aware. Maybe Google is the equivalent in real life.
Google is taking steps to help businesses secure the Android platform, enabling users to be productive on the go with the introduction of the Android for Work program.
We are living in an era that thrives on the concept of instant gratification. With the introduction of 5G Internet speeds, that unhealthy desire for things to be achieved instantaneously is undoubtedly not going to fade away.
A set of unofficial photos of Samsung’s next flagship phone imply a look that could spark another bout of lawsuits with Apple.
With the advent of DirectX 12, the days of choosing between NVIDIA and AMD may be over. Read on to find out why.
According to data from an independent research company, Samsung is currently leading the smartwatch category with an estimated 17% market share.
Wednesday, 25 Feb 2015
Three promo videos of the HTC One (M9) shows off its 20MP camera, Dolby surround sound, and new software tricks that are up its sleeve.