The famous hacking group Anonymous today has declared total war on Donald Trump - Republican Presidential Candidate - in a response to Trump's appalling actions and ideas during his election campaign.
Samsung has just announced its new Galaxy C5. The new device features a premium design and mid-range specs including an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 SoC, 4GB of RAM and Adreno 405 GPU.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi has just announced its first drone. The new device will attract a large number of customers this year thanks to its 380 USD price tag.
Pebble today announced the Pebble 2 and Pebble Time 2. Two devices are seen as worthy successors to last year's models. Both devices feature brand new design and huge batteries
Yahoo today launches its new mobile app called Yahoo Esports. The new app will include live tournament broadcast coverage, league scores for some major game competitions and many more.
Sources say that Samsung will launch a new range of smartphones this year dubbed Galaxy C. Tech experts say that the Galaxy C series will be Samsung's leading device for the company's move into emerging markets this year.
Motorola today announced its new smartphone dubbed Moto G4 in India. The new device will target the mid-range smartphone segment this year. According to Lenovo, Moto G4 will be the leading device for the company's move into the Indian market.
According to sources, the next generation Moto G will be announced in June 2016. The new device is expected to come with a brand new design and good specs. Sources say that the 2016 Moto G will offer two screen sizes.
According to Asus, the company's Zenfone 3 smartphone will be announced in June 2016. Tech experts say that the new device will be available in emerging countries this year.
Facebook says that it will allow users to view and upload 360-degree photos in their News Feed. Users can easily change the view of the video by performing simple tasks like dragging their finger or holding their device at a different angle.
Sources say that iPhone manufacturer Foxconn is ready to build an iPhone manufacturing plant in India. Foxconn is close to signing the 10 billion USD deal with the Indian government. It would take 18 months before the plant is operational.