Although top mobile companies introduced us to their own fitness bands and smartwatches in 2014 and in 2015, experts predicted that 2016 will be the “year of wearable tech,” where more advanced devices will be launched on the market. The successful release of the long-awaited Apple Watch (once dubbed as iWatch) made a standard that...
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American phone carriers have a new mobile wallet system that will let you emulate your credit card and debit card details to your smartphone –
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Mozilla, the organization behind the Firefox browser, has finally released a new platform for tablets and smartphones – the Firefox OS.
Aside from the iPhone 5S and 5C, Apple also unveiled in their Keynote last September 10 the latest operating system that will run these sleek machines.
On September 10, Apple will deliver its highly anticipated keynote presentation where rumours and speculations regarding the company’s next moves will be put to rest.
Tokyo, Japan based company Sony announced that it has a new product in their lineup. Users who want to bring their devices anywhere without worries, the Sony Xperia ZR is your perfect match. Read on to find out why.
When we think of Steven Spielberg, the first thing that comes to mind would be “E.T the Extraterrestrial”, and admit it, it made us all cry. Can he spin his magic for one of the most-popular video game franchises of all time as well?
How 3D printing technology is being adopted into the medical field – and beginning to save lives.
You can now use Google Voice with Twitter’s two-factor authentication service. Last May 22, Twitter pulled the curtain down to reveal the feature as the solution to the string of malicious hacking incidents on high-profile accounts.