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Monday, 24 Apr 2017
We've heard of foldable phones, but what about squeezable phones? Well, HTC will announce one on May 16.
A couple of days ago, the internet was abuzz with news of Huawei using different sets of memory infrastructure. More details in the link.
Sunday, 23 Apr 2017
Apple and Nike have introduced a new limited edition Apple Watch called the NikeLab. Details in the link.
Friday, 21 Apr 2017
There's now more of a reason to get your hands on the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, especially if you're a videographer - the camera now supports Canon Log for better color grading.
Bose is being brought to court because the company is apparently using its headphones to secretly collect and sell customer data.
Soon, you will be able to make credit card payments using your fingerprint with a Mastercard.
Thursday, 20 Apr 2017
Intel has reportedly decided to speed up the development timeline for its upcoming Basin Falls, Skylake-X, Kaby Lake-X, and Coffee Lake CPUs. Find out more after the jump.
Aimed at professional photographers, the Sony Alpha 9 is equipped with all the bells and whistles you'd expect from a professional camera.
Sources have told the Wall Street Journal that Google may have its own ad blocker as part of its Chrome browsers, and may have it turned on by default. Ironic? Hypocritical? Read on and be the judge.
While equipped with superior specs, the latest flagship Android phones are still unable to beat the iPhone 7 in terms of speed. Check out the video done by EverythingApplePro to find out more.