Another mid-range smartphone from Xiaomi is reportedly getting ready to launch in the future. Dubbed Xiaomi Mido, the mysterious smartphone has been spotted on benchmarking website Geekbench. Except for a few basic specifications, not much is known about the phone.
DJI has announced that a new Osmo gimbal, the handheld version of the stabilizing gimbal and camera that you find on its drones, is now available for purchase. The new DJI Osmo Plus is available for purchase for $649, which is an $80 increase in price over the regular Osmo.
With so many reports from different sources, we still don't know the exact names of the upcoming Apple smartphones. Some say they will be called iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, while latest reports reveal the "SE" naming. The same goes with launch dates.
Last week, Samsung Netherlands revealed that the original Galaxy Tab S won't get the Marshmallow update, which was strange considering the tablets were a little over two years old. Things drastically changed as Samsung stated that the tablets will get the update.
Popular athletic footwear and apparel company Nike has just announced that they have released a new fitness app. The new Nike+ Run Club is a rebranded Nike+ Running app, but the company has made quite a few changes under the hood to improve the fitness app.
Motorola's third member of the new Moto Z lineup, and the most affordable one, is now expected to be released early next month. According to new images, the phone is already being advertised in various Chinese stores, which reveal September 6 as a launch date.
LeEco is expected to announce a new smartphone in early September and the alleged phone has been photographed in the wild. Dubbed as LeEco Le 2s or Le 2s Pro, the handset features a metal unibody with quite a few differences compared to its predecessor.
If you thought that phone companies are one to be blamed for not releasing the Nougat update for your device, then you should think again. Although they were the main problem in the past, this time it is Qualcomm's fault, as the company doesn't want to update its graphic drivers.
It was first expected that Samsung will launch its flagship phablet with 6 GB of RAM, but the company decided to pack only 4 GB of RAM inside the Galaxy Note 7. Shortly after the launch, new rumours came out that the variant with 6 GB of RAM might be unveiled in China.
Sony is rumoured to announce two new smartphones at the IFA 2016 trade show, the flagship Xperia XR and the smaller version Xperia X Compact. The XR model has already leaked in the past and we know a few things about it, while the Compact is a completely new information.
Codeweavers has revealed an app for Chrome OS that'll let you run Windows on an Intel-based Chromebook. The software, called CrossOver Android, allows you to use programs like Steam and Office. It's possible some apps won't work, but CrossOver does work with most.
Details about the United States' case against alleged KickassTorrents owner Artem Vaulin and two others have been released. The indictment includes two new names, Ievgen Kutsenko ("Chill") and Oleksander Radostin ("Pioneer"), both of whom are from the Ukraine.
Stealing an iPhone/iPad could become a bit riskier if Apple implements a recently patented method for collecting and storing pictures/fingerprints of a thief. The patent application explains how Apple would hold on to the biometric information of unauthorized users.
An important security update is now out for iOS and it is recommended everyone install it. The update, called iOS 9.3.5, fixes a vulnerability that has been exploited by spyware. Apple immediately went to work on fixing the problem, which was discussed this week.
Mortal Kombat XL, which includes Mortal Kombat X and its second Kombat Pack, is headed to PC. It was released earlier this year for the Xbox One and PS4, but a PC release never occurred. Now, NetherRealm Studios is holding an "online enhanced beta" for the game.