- Reads from WWW
Monday, 20 Feb 2017
The Nokia 3310, one of the company's more well-known phones, will be relaunched at Mobile World Congress 2017 later this month. Read on to find out more!
Google has decided to remove the unskippable 30-second ads that you might encounter before the start of a YouTube video in favor of shorter, six-second ones.
An analyst from JPMorgan claims that Apple and Broadcom have been working on wireless charging for about two years, but the feature may not debut this year. Read on to find out why!
Almost 10 years ago, Apple ran its highly successful 'Get a Mac' campaign. Now, the company is trying something similar with its iPad Pro lineup.
A Touch Bar-like feature could appear on Apple's iPhone 8.
To avoid a similar fate as the Galaxy Note7, Samsung is sourcing the batteries for its upcoming Galaxy S8 from multiple companies, and Sony is one of them.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, has had enough of traffic congestion in the city of Los Angeles, California, so he started a boring company to tackle the city’s traffic woes; read on for more details.
Sunday, 19 Feb 2017
A new platooning system utilizing vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and radar promises to improve fuel usage and safety for long haul truck drivers through an improved cruise control system.
The recent launch on the PlayStation 4 version sees Ark: Survival Evolved to shoot over 7 million copies sold.
Saturday, 18 Feb 2017
Hasbro's latest product, Proto Max, is a programmable robotic dog that allows kids to experiment on how to customize the toy’s interaction with them via coding.