Samsung released the Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge last month and it’s yet to bring this update to other devices. Previous reports have revealed that the company is working on Nougat for several devices, including but not limited to the Galaxy S6 series and the Galaxy Note 5. A new report reveals that the Galaxy Note 5 Nougat update has received its Wi-Fi certification.
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Tag Heuer already released one smartwatch about a year ago and the company’s CEO Jean-Claude Biver did say a few weeks ago that another Tag Heuer Connected smartwatch is going to be launched this year. He didn’t provide too many details about the smartwatch but according to a new report, the new Tag Heuer smartwatch is going to arrive next month.
Read full post →New Tag Heuer Smartwatch Launch Expected Next Month


Earlier last month we attended CES 2017, an event about consumer electronics in general. However if you were less interested in refrigerators, robots for the home, or the latest and most beautiful televisions, and are more interested in the mobile scene, then MWC 2017 is probably the event that you’ve been waiting for. Read full post →What To Expect At MWC 2017



When Google announced the release of Android Wear 2.0, there were a bunch of smartwatches confirmed by Google that would be getting the update. Missing from the list was Sony’s SmartWatch 3, but given that the watch was launched in 2014, we guess Sony might have felt it might not have been up to scratch to receive the update. Read full post →Sony SmartWatch 3 Owners Petition For Android Wear 2.0


The LG G6 hasn’t even been announced yet but it seems that there are already rumors surrounding LG’s second flagship handset of the year. As you might know, LG typically releases two high-end smartphones a year, with the LG G-series in the first half, and the LG V-series in the second half. Read full post →Alleged LG V30 Specs Revealed


According to a rumor last month, it was suggested that the LG G6 will not come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. Apparently this is because Samsung has first dibs on production and apparently they snapped up the majority of the supply, and instead LG is said to rely on previous-gen chipsets like the Snapdragon 821. Read full post →LG G6 ‘Confirmed’ To Come With Snapdragon 821


We’re not sure how many of you guys know this, but way before HTC was known as a smartphone manufacturer, the company used to be an ODM and would make devices for other companies before deciding to venture into creating their own products. As you might have heard, HTC isn’t doing so well as of late, and a new report has suggested that some changes are coming. Read full post →Report Suggests HTC Could Return To Their ODM Roots


The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to come with a brand new voice assistant that is rumored to be called Bixby, which last we heard is apparently based off on Samsung’s existing voice assistant, S Voice. Presumably we’ll learn more about Bixby at the Galaxy S8 event, but in the meantime Samsung might have given away some clues. Read full post →Samsung Trademark Hints At Another Bixby Feature


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As it stands there isn’t a standard set of rules in place with regards to self-driving vehicles in the US. This is why when Uber’s self-driving program was put to a stop in California, all they had to do was ship their cars and their program over to Arizona where they were seemingly welcomed with open arms. Read full post →GM, Toyota, Lyft Want Standardized Self-Driving Regulations In The US


Apple’s interest in expanding beyond just computers and smartphones isn’t new. Recently we have heard that Apple was interested in getting into entertainment by launching original shows and content for Apple Music. In fact Apple is already doing that with Carpool Karaoke and Planet of the Apps. Read full post →Apple Reportedly Almost Acquired Ron Howard’s Production Company