News: Reads from WWW
Friday, 9 Oct 2015
Instead of giving you the ‘dislike’ button that you’ve always wanted, Facebook will instead be offering you a set of animated ‘Reaction’ emojis, which you can use to better express your (dis)pleasure.
There are two different A9 chips used in iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, causing many to question the difference in performance. Apple has issued an official statement about this, saying that the difference is minimal.
Thursday, 8 Oct 2015
Released in August, Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac brought Windows 10 integration and Cortana to the Mac. Now, with the latest build (11.0.2), Parallels 11 brings full support for OS X El Capitan.
Think that having a single camera to shoot with is limiting your creative capabilities? Thanks to the Light L16, you can now shoot with up to 10 cameras simultaneously.
Despite their earlier statement in July that Sony will never exit the smartphone business, the laws of profit and loss may just see the company singing a different tune if 2016 fails to be profitable.
An Israeli non-profit space exploration company has announced itself as the leader in Google’s Lunar XPRIZE competition for the first privately funded robot on the moon.
Are you worried about losing your chat logs and media files that you have amassed on WhatsApp over the years? Soon, you won’t need to, as you will be able to backup all of your WhatsApp files onto Google Drive.
Wednesday, 7 Oct 2015
Aside from Minecraft, there's another game up its sleeves for the HoloLens and it's already looking like an incredibly fun experience.
Apple may have sold a record of 13 million units for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus in the first weekend, but to break it down to the individual models, we turn to analytics firm Localytics to give you their estimates.
If you've been eyeing the 12.9-inch Apple iPad Pro, the wait may be over sooner that you thought; rumor has is that Apple is be launching it in the first week of November, alongside the Apple Pencil and Keyboard Case.