In what could be described as relieving to Blackberry users, world’s largest messaging platform, WhatsApp has extended their support for Blackberry OS to June 2017.
Blackberry finally launched its third Android phone last week, without as much as an official announcement. The DTEK60 - formerly referred to as the Argon - is, by the sounds of it, the company's 2016 flagship phone. It's a big, all touchscreen device with a powerful processor and support for the latest Quick Charge and Type-C connectivity.
Samsung has permanently halted production and sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after failing to correct a problem that was causing the devices to burst into flames.
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Microsoft has unveiled its first all in one PC.
Spending thousands of dollars on a smartphone seems like an outrageous thing to do for many—unless you’re in the business of keeping your information super-secure.
American multinational information technology company, Hewlett Packard (HP), on Tuesday, unveiled a new 10.4 mm device, the world’s thinnest laptop.
Photo and video sharing app, Instagram, has taken another swipe at rival app, Snapchat, by adding two new features to enable its users broadcast live videos and send disappearing photos and video messages to followers via direct messages.It would be recalled that the Facebook-owned company had, in August, introduced a Snapchat-like feature called Instagram Stories, which saw critics condemning the company for copying some Snapchat features verbatim.
Twitter on Wednesday unveiled new tools for users to combat harassment and hate speech on its site.
In a bid to lure more people to its app, Microsoft has made it easier for users to use Skype anywhere in the world without an account.
“A widescreen iPod with touch controls, a revolutionary mobile phone and a breakthrough internet communications device.” That was how the late Steve Jobs first introduced the iPhone at Macworld 10 years ago today.
After over 10-years since its launch, Microsoft, on Wednesday, said it would stop production of the Xbox 360 video game console.
Social-networking giant, Facebook at its annual F8 developer conference on Tuesday, announced a 17-camera array for capturing 360-degree 3D video called Surround 360.