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Monday, 16 Jan 2017
According to sources of the Financial Times, Fitbit wanted to acquire Jawbone in December 2016, but talks between the two fell through. Read on to find out why.
In 2013, Nokia filed a patent for a foldable device. Could this be an indication that the company will enter the folding smartphone market?
Apple is reportedly on the move to enter Hollywood, with plans for original content in TV shows and movies.
Saturday, 14 Jan 2017
The Netherlands is using wind to power its electrical trains, carrying some 600,000 passengers daily, one entire year ahead of schedule. Find out more here.
Friday, 13 Jan 2017
Cellebrite, the company that supposedly helped the FBI crack the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter have just been hacked themselves. Details within.
The Cooler Mater MasterWatt Maker 1200 MIJ limited edition PSU was unveiled at the recently concluded CES 2017. Read on for more details!
Consumer Reports has reversed their earlier decision not to recommend the 2016 MacBook Pros (MBPs) after retesting the MBPs using a new beta software update. CR found consistent battery life that “fell well within the recommended range" in its ratings.
The latest word about Samsung's first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy X, is that it will arrive sometime in 2018.
Thursday, 12 Jan 2017
There's a smartphone with a built-in molecular sensor that lets fitness buffs measure body fat and food content whenever it strikes their fancy. It's called the Changhong H2, but it's only available in China for now.
AMD has reportedly begun sampling the 4-core, 4-thread variant of Ryzen CPUs. Hit the link to learn more.