- Reads from WWW
Wednesday, 18 Jan 2017
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has accused Qualcomm of committing anti-competitive business tactics, claiming that the company forced a deal on Apple in exchange for lower licensing fees.
Currently launched only China, there are more than one million people have registered to buy the Nokia 6 on JD.com.
Monday, 16 Jan 2017
Finally, Facebook no longer label our post “Edited,” if it is. And in order to check whether a post is one, users need to click the drop-down menu and see if “View edit history” is available.
Google is a step closer towards launching its own self-driving car, and will be possible if Silicon Valley pursues its plans of developing an autonomous ride-sharing network.
Nintendo has officially confirmed more specs for its upcoming Switch console, however, if you’re looking to pre-order it then maybe you should go somewhere other than major retailers.
Wednesday, 11 Jan 2017
This is not a gossip, Spotify offers Barack Obama a job as a President of Playlists, and we hope he will say yes.
American tech blogger Robert Scoble claims that during his CES 2017 coverage, a Zeiss employee has confirmed to him that Apple is working with Carl Zeiss on augmented reality (AR) optics.
It is rumored to have a negligible bezels and an 18:9 aspect ratio.
Those headlines are misleading. The Yahoo that you know is not changing its name to Altaba, however, the company that will change its name is RemainCo – the entity that will remain after Verizon closes its acquisition.
Tuesday, 10 Jan 2017
Razer revealed its Project Valerie and Project Ariana at CES 2017, however, the two prototype models of the gaming laptop have been stolen during the tech show in Las Vegas.