For those of you who have a Transformer Prime, you may want to think about closing this article, because this will probably be tough to hear. Your “new” tablet is just about to be replaced by something even “newer”! According to a recent report by PC World, Asus is expected to ship the Asus Transformer [...]
Twitter is opening its wallet, doling out cash and more stock, to keep employees from heading for the door. Its stock has losttwo-thirds of its value since its 52-week high of $53.49 in April 2015, so Twitter is paying up to soothe some of the financial pain that employees have suffered, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
While the prospect of creating a piece of hardware that'd supplant the since-the-beginning biggest tablet ever iPad, Google's next device might be able to do the trick. Google is currently placing itself in a position in which it becomes more singular. The Google Play suite of apps has adopted a more visually standard look. Google's Play return program has become more active in the recent past.
Has Intel finally thrown in the towel in the smartphone market? It seem so. As part of the company's comprehensive reforms, which also saw 11% of its worforce get pink slips, Intel has revealed the immediate cancellation of two of its current and still coming products: the SoFIA platform and the next gen Broxton chips.
As a result of the company's review, which unearthed Laplanche's sale, Lending Club declined to give guidance on future results.Lending Club CEO Renaud Laplanche is stepping down from his position with the company after an internal review. Shortly after markets opened Monday morning shares of the company were down as much as 26%.
ASUS will launch the ZenFone 3 in June, the company’s CEO has stated. More than 90-percent of the next-generation ZenFone handsets will feature Qualcomm processors, as well, with the remainder using MediaTek instead. Following the early summer launch, ASUS will start shipping the phones in six countries this upcoming August.
Epson debuted the third iteration of its Moverio AR glasses series, dubbed the BT-300, at the Mobile World Conference in Barcelona on Monday. The new smart specs boast completely transparent lenses impregnated with OLED displays, a quad-core Intel Atom X5 processor and the Android 5.1 operating system.
The Oculus Rift is basically a head-mounted box holding two OLED displays (one for each eye) running 1,200 by 1,080 pixels at 90Hz. There's an integrated gyroscope and accelerometer, and the headset also works together with the included IR sensor for 360-degree head tracking. Oculus has even added built-in headphones, and there's a microphone embedded as well.
Both titles rely on the Vive's hand-tracking andwhole-room movementcapabilities, and should serve as excellent demonstrations of the headset's potential.Update (1:00 p.m. Eastern): Valve and HTC have confirmed the basic information leaked in the below story through a press release (though the full consumer availability is now targeted for "early April" rather than April 1).
Exclusive titles are nothing new to the world of gaming. Man fan-favorite games are only available on one console or another. One of the biggest reasons for this is due to the fact that they're first-part titles, meaning that Microsoft, Sony, or Nintendo is behind the game's development.
While I was watching the Apple Town Hall livestream, Phil Schiller kept calling the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro "The ultimate PC replacement." Now I watched the whole thing, and I could only come to one conclusion. The iPad Pro is as much "the ultimate PC replacement" as a very nice scooter is the "ultimate car replacement.
Officials aren't shy about the reasons for the appearance. The annual White House Science Fair takes place April 13th, and this is a prime opportunity to drum up interest in science education right when it's likely to get the most publicity.
Live-streaming video is a strong complement to the live nature of #TWTR and we're building on this with the NFL deal to stream 10 TNF games. — TwitterIR (@TwitterIR) April 26, 2016The actual financials are a mixed bad. It made less revenue ($594.5 million) this quarter than expected. In fact, it made more last quarter (Q4 2015) pulling in $710 million.
Google I/O is happening on May 18-20, but forget Google I/O —the developer preview of the next version of Android is launchingright now . Google has posted the Android N Developer Preview for the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Pixel C Nexus 9, and the Nexus Player.
audio here About 56 minutes intothe call ( audio here ), analyst David Wong from Wells Fargo asked Intel, "will there be any product lines or types of products that you'll be pulling out of in the future, with all the cuts that you're making?"Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said something startling toward the end of the company's earnings call on Tuesday.
After skipping the the Mobile World Congress to become the launching pad for the next premium flagship phone, Huawei is now set to unveil the P9 at a special launch event happening on April 4, 2016. The Chinese company has recently distributed invitations to an event in London. There is no mention at all that it will be the Huawei P9 but it’s been the topics of our recent discussions.
On April 8, after several failed attempts, SpaceX did the impossible and landed its Falcon 9 rocket on a ship floating in the ocean . Now, SpaceX has released new footage that allows you to watch the stunning rocket landing in an interactive 360-degree video.
$131.88 per year, significantly higher than the original $99 fee for the annual membership.Amazon wants more people to use Prime, its paid membership program that gives access to free delivery and a bunch of streaming content. But as fast as it's grown, Prime is believed to be heavily concentratedinupper-income households , essentially saturating that market.
Before 2010, there were no touch-centric tablets, only laptops that had stylus-driven screens. Suddenly, when the iPad burst upon the scene and gave tablet makers permission to dream of a touch-oriented screen and apps that could be on a larger screen than a phone, the world changed. Tablets that vaguely resemble the iPad have come on the scene and left again with startling regularity.