As far as the big brands of the smartphone industry are concerned – like Samsung, LG, Sony, and even with Apple – you may have gotten used to an annual rhythm of when they launch new devices. It gets pretty predictable. With HTC , it's never predictable.
This week it's been suggested that Apple is preparing their gear for an incrementally-spaced Apple Event coming soon. This event would bring on three devices, one of which would be the iPhone 5se, the upgraded version of the iPhone 5s, bringing 2016 specs to a smaller handset.
The innovative, time-based shooter Superhot has had a long, unusual road to completion -- it started out as a clever idea at a game jam, got off the ground through a successful crowdfunding campaign and built up tremendous hype through pre-release copies and countless "let's play" videos. At last, though, it's nearly here.
Last month White House CTO Megan Smith announced that Ashkan Soltani would be joining her staff as a senior advisor, after leaving his post as the FTC's chief technologist . Today, Soltani revealed he will not be able to take the job, after being informed by the Office of Personnel Security that he is not receiving the necessary security clearance.
US car giant General Motors revealed this week that it's forming a team that will be dedicated to developing self-driving and electric vehicles, a sign the manufacturer doesn't want to get left behind as the growing car technologies continue to gain popularity.
Vaio has made its intention to unveil a new Windows 10 powered smartphone in the next few days official. The announcement will come on February 4, only two days from now. The new smartphone will be unveiled at an event hosted by Vaio president Ota Yoshimi and Microsoft's Japanese president. NTT DoCoMo managing director Takagi Kazuhiro will also be on hand at the event.
If it weren't already clear that Razer was expanding to a full "lifestyle" brand, today's release of a real paper pages notebook should do the trick. What you're seeing here is a notebook - for you to write in, not electronic - that's meant to be an exact replica of the Razer Blade laptop lineup at a glance.
If you screw up and accidentally allow the central domain to your business to be sold to an outside buyer, you might as well make a bad joke about it. Google suffered some collective red faces midway through 2015, after somehow forgetting to renew its google.com domain and allowing it to be - briefly - purchased by someone else, but the search giant did manage to put a comedy spin on the solution.
Some already classify the Internet as a basic human need. Other still see it as a luxury. Whichever of the two views you subscribe to, when you're paying good money for one, you deserve, or are even legally entitled, to get what you pay for. ISPs, however, are not perfect, and all of them have their fair share of dissatisfied, sometimes even irate, customers.
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