In a forward-thinking move from the Japanese government, the company is close to finalizing plans to allow delivery drones by 2020 and self-driving trucks by 2022. Those plans could be finalized on June 9. The government is trying to reinvigorate Japan's corporate sector.
More leaked information about Lenovo's Moto E4 has appeared and this time it claims the phone will start shipping on July 17. Roland Quandt, a leaker, posted the latest information on Twitter. He also provided a detailed spec list for the upcoming phone.
Although it's been on a downward trend for years, the PC market may experience growth by 2019. IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Personal Computing Device Tracker anticipates the market is going to do better as a result of detachable tablets, notebook computers, and mobile workstations.
The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has revealed a plan to reach and explore Mars' moons by 2024. Its "Martian Moons Exploration" mission involves sending robotic spacecraft to Phobos and Deimos. Tools on-board the spacecraft will investigate the moons.
Tens of millions of Android devices may be infected with Judy, a recently highlighted piece of malware. Check Point says around 36.5 million devices could contain the malicious software, which is designed to illegitimately generate ad revenue. Judy got past Google's defenses.
Back at Consumer Electronics Show 2017, Samsung introduced two new notebooks that are powered by Google's Chrome OS. Dubbed the Chromebook Plus and Chromebook Pro, the laptops were expected to launch shortly after the trade show and although the Plus variant was released
To cover all segments, ASUS has also unveiled something for high-end users. Those that are looking for a premium 15.6-inch laptop can take a look at ASUS ZenBook Pro UX550. The laptop features an all-aluminum unibody design and diamond cut edges that is just 18.9 mm thin.
The second announcement from ASUS during the first day of Computex 2017 trade show are new VivoBook laptops, which bring premium design to mid-range segment. The VivoBook S15 starts at $499, while the more premium VivoBook Pro 15 model starts at $799.
At Computex 2017 trade show in Taiwan, ASUS has officially unveiled a host of new ZenBook laptops, among which is the new ZenBook Flip S (UX370), the world's thinnest convertible. The new notebook is just 10.9mm thick and is also very light, at 1.1kg.
Samsung will soon join the trend of phones with dual rear cameras. Although the first Samsung smartphone with dual rear cameras was expected to be the new Galaxy Note phablet, the company will first experiment with a mid-range Galaxy C10 phone lineup.
Besides announcing several other improvements in Google Photos, Google also unveiled a new service called Photo Books. The service gives users ability to create photo book and although Google probably wants to launch it worldwide, it is only available in the US.
As mentioned in our earlier report, ARM has officially unveiled its new mobile CPU and GPU designs. The new designs are expected to start appearing in mobile devices by the end of 2017. The main focus with these new designs is powering artificial intelligence-based solutions on
Many companies were not satisfied with Qualcomm about the Snapdragon 835 and the fact that Samsung had the first fresh supply of Qualcomm's flagship chipset for its flagship smartphone. The company is already talking to Qualcomm about the Snapdragon 835 successor, but reportedly
Samsung is probably just days away from officially launching refurbished version of the Galaxy Note 7. Now, a new leak shows the phablet in the wild, showing the front and back panel of the handset. While the Galaxy Note 7R will remain the same in terms of overall design, it will
The US could move to ban laptops on all international flights, though a final decision hasn't been made. Elements of the Trump administration are in favor of an expanded ban. Laptops and other devices larger than phones have been banned from the cabin on Middle Eastern flights.