News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 3 Jul 2015
Apple Music is now available on iOS devices, and first impressions of the new music streaming service are saying that it’s a battery drainer for the iPhone.
Find out why it would be in your best interest to hold off on buying a liquid-cooled AMD Fury X graphics card. Hint: It's got something to do with whining.
Bethesda Studio has finally given a release date for the Android version of the record-breaking, post-apocalyptic simulation title.
According to Business Korea, Samsung has just clinched a mega deal to supply 20 million SSDs to major manufacturers like Apple and Microsoft.
Since several months ago, there have been rumors of an Android-powered Blackberry device circulating cyberspace. Today, Evan Blass, A.K.A. evleaks, posted a picture on Twitter that he claims is "the Android-powered BlackBerry Venice slider." More details inside.
According to Korean news site Naver, the Apple Watch 2 will sport a similar screen size, resolution and shape. In addition, Samsung will be joining LG in manufacturing flexible OLED displays for the Apple Watch 2.
According to a post on Weibo by Xiaomi's CEO, Lei Jun, the company has sold more than 34.7 million smartphones in the first half of the year. This marks an increase of 33% compared to the same period last year.
An internal document was reportedly leaked by an alleged Foxconn employee detailing the new camera features and specs of Apple's upcoming iPhones. Read on to find out more.
Microsoft has just published a table that details the differences between the various Windows 10 editions. With less than a month to go for its launch, now's a great time to be in the know!
Apple's new iPhones will come with a new Qualcomm LTE chipset which is more power-efficient and can deliver 4G LTE speeds of up to 300Mbps, according to a report by 9to5Mac.