- Reads from WWW
Tuesday, 17 Jan 2017
Microsoft has filed a patent for a 2-in-1 foldable device that can function as a smartphone and a tablet.
Precise measurements of both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus were obtained by GSMArena and it looks like both phones will have bigger screens than their predecessors.
Lee Seok-jong from LG Electronics’ mobile communication operation group reportedly told the Korean Herald that the upcoming G6 flagship smartphone will be undergoing stricter safety tests and use heat pipes to minimize overheating.
App.net, an alternative to Twitter, has announced that it will shut down the service on March 14, 2017. If you’ve never heard of App.net, we won’t blame you.
Monday, 16 Jan 2017
Andy Rubin has started a new company called Essential, just over two years since leaving Google. The company has plans for a premium smartphone, with high-design elements like an edge-to-edge display and ceramic back.
In 2011 365 million PCs were sold worldwide, but within the last five years, that number has shrunk to a quarter of that.
Seems that one of Razer’s massive three-display Project Valerie notebook that was stolen at CES 2017 has seemingly popped up on the Chinese auction site Taobao, but some have deemed the auction as fake. Find out more after the jump.
According to leaked financial data, Lyft lost US$600 million last year in its battle for ride-sharing supremacy with Uber.
Research firm Sensor Tower estimates that Apple's App Store generated US$5.4 billion revenue in 2016, a growth of 60 percent compared to 2015.
Both Huawei and Motorola have launch events scheduled for Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017.