News: Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 27 May 2015
OnePlus tweeted earlier today that it is "always looking for ways to shake up the tech industry," teasing consumers to stay tuned for 1st June.
Google will be releasing two Nexus phones - one made by LG and the other made by Huawei - in October, according to a report released by Android Police. Also, Google has reportedly no plans for a new Nexus tablet this year.
This deal, should it be a fruitful one, could potentially stop the hoaxes, rumors, and misinformation that shroud the breaking news stories you read on Twitter.
Personalized search results are useful, yet annoying and dangerous. At least, the ones based on your search history can be. But how about accent-based personalized search results? It's probably more trouble than help, not to mention a little racist, and unjustly so, at times.
Just days to go before E3 2015 kicks off, Oculus VR will be holding an event for the Oculus Rift. Will we finally see the reveal of Oculus Rift price point?
Tuesday, 26 May 2015
Apple has promoted Jony Ive to the newly created position of Chief Design Officer. Here's the memo that was sent out by CEO Tim Cook on the appointment.
Monday, 25 May 2015
iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus user will want to consider the Halo Back, which is a screen protector with a built-in back button that's conveniently positioned just left of the Touch ID home button, making it easier for one-handed usage.
A report by Android Police claimed that Google will announce a new initiative where Nexus devices will receive major system updates for two years and security patches for three years from an OS release. Will this address the fragmentation of the Android platform?
Sunday, 24 May 2015
Google's upcoming version of the Android operating system may be called Macadamia Nut Cookie (MNC), as this term is being referenced in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP).
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.