Apple has added an extra year of coverage to the warranty for some first-generation Apple Watch units. The extension was revealed in a note to authorized service providers. With the extension, the warranty is lasting for three years after the purchase date.
Grandfathered unlimited data plans for tablets are going to be throttled on AT&T's network. The carrier has contacted grandfathered customers to let them know their plans will sometimes be throttled upon reaching 22 GB of data usage in a given month.
For the first time since 2014, Oculus VR isn't going to appear at E3. The company confirmed it's going to skip the event in a statement to Venturebeat. It has had a booth at E3 during each annual event for the past three years. Oculus took up more space each year.
Self-driving Tesla vehicles will be able to make the journey from Los Angeles to New York City before the end of 2017, says CEO Elon Musk. He mentioned the cross-country tip during a TED talk this past week. The same talk featured a teaser image for Tesla's electric semi.
Cable bills in the United States continue to increase in price and they're increasing at a rate well beyond that of inflation. An analysis from CutCableToday indicates that if the increase continues at the same rate, cable bills will be $140.83 by 2020.
Microsoft reported $1.397 billion in revenue from its mobile phone business in Q3 FY2015, a figure that has declined significantly in the past couple years. According to its report for the third quarter of fiscal year 2017, Microsoft only made $5 million.
Amazon's Underground program, which has given people free Android apps and in-app purchases since 2015, is coming to a close. The company says it's beginning to shut down the service and it will fully end support for Underground in 2019. The app is currently still available.
Tesla and Apple have reached out to California regulators to request some changes to the state's autonomous vehicle regulations. Those requests come as the DMV is considering some updates. Both companies are asking California to allow for testing of larger vehicles.
Earlier this month, we reported that Huawei might have been using different memory chips for its flagship smartphone. This was confirmed by the company's mobile chief, who said that Huawei used a mix of less efficient eMMC flash memory cards and high-performance Universal Flash
NVIDIA's latest Pascal GPUs have a clear advantage over AMD, especially in the notebook market. Their graphics card offer better performance and yet consume less power. The company updated every segment with Pascal GPUs, except the entry-level, which will be updated soon.
Amazon is going to reveal a new Echo product with a built-in screen within the coming weeks, claims CNET. The device would utilize the Alexa digital assistant and its display to help people find and order products. Though you can already use Alexa on the existing Echo for orders.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has released a teaser image for the Tesla semi, an upcoming electric vehicle that was first discussed by the company in 2016. He showed the picture, which only gives us an outline of the truck, during a recent TED talk on April 28.
Wikipedia, one of the most popular sources of info on the web, is now being blocked by Turkish authorities. They claim the site was running a "smear campaign" against the government. Wikipedia didn't remove allegations that the government works with militant groups.
The official definition of "sheeple" in Merriam-Webster's dictionary takes a shot at Apple. Two examples of the word are given on the dictionary's site, one of which uses Apple fans as an example. Merriam-Webster just made the term an actual word this past week.
LG's latest flagship smartwatch powered by Android Wear 2.0 platform is now available in Canada. The smartwatch can be purchased from the Canadian Google Store, where it is priced at CAD 319 or around $230 at the current exchange rates for the silver and titanium models