- Reads from WWW
Saturday, 18 Feb 2017
Those of you eager to play Ghost Recon: Wildlands, can do so during its open beta, which begins on February 23 for all major gaming platforms.
Friday, 17 Feb 2017
Twitter is trying a new trick in dealing with abuse, and it involves silencing the abuser for a specified period of time to all but their followers.
Pokémon GO has finally received its first major update since its debut slightly over half a year ago, and now comes with more than 80 Generation II Pokémon and a host of new features.
It seems that the rumors about NVIDIA’s upcoming high-end GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is suggesting that not only will the card be announced during the GDC 2017, but that it will also be seeing an official sell date in March. Hit the link to learn more.
Apple is trying to strengthen its Apple TV offerings and one of its ongoing efforts is to develop a 5th generation Apple TV that can support 4K.
The last Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) by Apple was held in 2002. Hopefully, Apple will be announcing some really interesting tech during the event.
Intel has announced the availability of Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) technology at the RSA Conference 2017. Read on for more details.
Thursday, 16 Feb 2017
Gartner has reported that of the 432 million devices shipped in Q4 2016, a measly 207,900 were products running BlackBerry OS. This puts the Canadian company’s share of the global market at 0.0482-percent, which is effectively zero.
A report by Bloomberg says that China's BOE Technology Group Co could be the first known future supplier of display screens to Apple outside of South Korea and Japan.
Microsoft has beefed up security for both its hardware and software services. In fact, some of them have even garnered the endorsement of the National Security Agency (NSA); do read on for more details.