The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge should soon receive Android 8.0 Oreo as they’re the next albeit outdated flagship models in the company’s lineup. It has already released the update for more recent devices and even premium mid-range devices such as the Galaxy A5 (2017). So when will the Galaxy S7 get it? A Samsung-owned site suggests that the Galaxy S7 Oreo release will take place next month.
Read full post →Galaxy S7 Oreo Update Release Date Possibly Revealed

Netflix has been working on an original series based on the popular game The Witcher and now some more information has come to light about the series. Fans will be delighted to find out a couple of more things about the upcoming series as not much has been communicated after it was confirmed that a series is going to be developed.
Read full post →New Information About The Witcher Series Revealed

When Apple first launched the Apple Watch back in 2015, it positioned the device as more of a fashion accessory than a conventional smartwatch. The company opened up pop-up stores at three posh department stores, one each in London, Paris, and Tokyo to market its first smartwatch ever to the fashionable crowd. The London and Paris pop-up stores have already been closed and the last remaining Apple Watch pop-up store in Tokyo will be closed for good next month.
Read full post →Last Apple Watch Pop-Up Store Closing On May 13th

If you’ve ever wanted File Explorer on Windows 10 to get a dark mode rejoice because Microsoft will soon make your wish come true. It has finally added a dark mode to File Explorer on Windows 10. It has only been released as part of the latest Insider Preview right now but it’s only a matter of time before all Windows 10 users are able to toggle dark mode ON and OFF for File Explorer.
Read full post →Windows 10 File Explorer Gets Dark Mode

The United States Department of Commerce recently banned China-based ZTE from sourcing components from companies based in the United States for seven years due to its violation of the terms of a sanctions case. This presents a big challenge to ZTE which sources most processors for its smartphones from a U.S. company: Qualcomm. This ban has pushed China to ramp up the development of its semiconductor market, according to a new report.
Read full post →U.S. Ban On ZTE Pushes China To Ramp Up Chip Development

Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge owners have anxiously been waiting to finally get a taste of Oreo on their handsets and while it seems that the wait will soon be over for them, Verizon subscribers who own these handsets were briefly surprised yesterday when the carrier posted details of the Oreo update for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. It turns out the update it’s sending out isn’t Oreo but the support pages for these devices were updated with the information about Oreo instead.
Read full post →Verizon’s Galaxy S7 Oreo Update Doesn’t Actually Bring Oreo

Nokia bolstered its health division with the acquisition of Withings in 2016 but it appears that the company feels that the division is weighing it down. An internal memo was leaked recently which revealed that Nokia doesn’t see a path forward for its digital health business and reports now suggest that it’s looking to sell this division. Google is believed to be interested and a new report claims that Samsung wants to pick it up as well.
Read full post →Samsung Reportedly Interested In Acquiring Nokia Health As Well

Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab, best known for its antivirus products, will no longer be able to run ads on Twitter, the micro-blogging network has confirmed. Twitter has decided to ban ads from Kaspersky Lab as the latter’s business model conflicts with advertising rules, according to Twitter, and also cites claims of the U.S. government that Kaspersky has links to Russian intelligence agencies, a charge that Kaspersky has denied vehemently many times in the past.
Read full post →Twitter Will No Longer Accept Ads From Russia’s Kaspersky Lab

The rumors about Samsung’s foldable smartphone just won’t stop. It has been consistently rumored over the past couple of years that Samsung is working on a foldable smartphone and the company recently said that it’s only going to launch this device when it’s sure that it’s more than just a gimmick. While Samsung has dropped no such hints, a new rumor claims that Samsung’s foldable smartphone might actually have three OLED panels.
Read full post →Samsung’s Foldable Smartphone Rumored To Feature Three OLED Panels

Flickr was acquired by Yahoo in 2005 for $35 million but the former’s fate has been up in the air following Yahoo’s acquisition by Verizon in 2017 for $4.5 billion. It was combined with AOL in Oath and since then it has been unclear what Verizon was planning to do with Flickr. It turns out, not much. Flickr has been sold to professional photo hosting service SmugMug. USA Today reports that SmugMug has purchased Flickr for an undisclosed price.
Read full post →Flickr Has Been Sold To SmugMug