Tesla is cutting its least expensive Model S from its vehicle lineup this weekend. After September 24, it'll no longer be possible to buy the rear-wheel drive Model S 75. This means you'll only be able to get a rear-wheel drive vehicle from Tesla if you purchase a Model 3.
To assist with the Senate Intelligence Committee's investigation into Russia's impact on the 2016 presidential election, Facebook will turn over ads linked to the country. Facebook confirmed earlier this month that Russia-linked groups purchased many ads on the social network.
HP Enterprise is trying to significantly reduce its expenses and one measure it'll take is cutting 5,000 employees, reports Bloomberg. Those layoffs cover around 10% of the company's workforce. HP Enterprise plans to start cutting employees this year.
Facebook and Amazon could be among those bidding for the rights to stream English Premier League matches, though the rights would only cover UK and European broadcasting. NBC acquired the American streaming rights in 2015 and will have them through the 2021-22 season.
Huawei has just added another mid-range smartphone to its portfolio. Called Huawei Maimang 6, the smartphone will go on sale in China on September 30, priced at CNY 2,399, which currently translates into around $360, and will probably launch outside China as Mate 10 Lite.
During the We Love Photo press event in Rome, ASUS has announced that its latest ZenFone 4 series is available in Europe. The Taiwanese company didn't reveal some key details such as pricing and release date, but at least we know that all models, including the ZenFone 4
Apple's latest smartphones have just received HDR support on Netlifx. The Netflix for iOS app has now received an update for HDR support for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X users. Aside from new iPhones, the newest 10.5-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models also
HMD Global and Nokia are preparing to launch their latest premium smartphone in the United States. The Nokia 8 has already got certified by the US FCC in June this year, but according to a new FCC listing, the US Nokia 8 model will have more RAM and storage.
HTC might have sold most of its hardware engineers and designers to Google, but the company already confirmed that they are still committed and working on new flagship models. The first new phone from the company should be the larger version of the HTC U11.
ASUS' latest Chromebook is now available in the United States. The company has announced that the Chromebook Flip C101 is available for pre-order in the country for $299. The Chrome OS-based notebook can be pre-ordered from ASUS US website or Amazon.
Qi wireless charging consortium is now bigger by another key smartphone player, Xiaomi. The Chinese company has not released any official confirmation that it has joined the Wireless Power Consortium, but it has been found listed on in the WPC member list on the official site of
BlackBerry's latest smartphone is about to reach new markets. The first new country to get the KEYone Black Edition is going to be Canada. The smartphone is expected to be available unlocked via Ingram Micro dealer partners such as Amazon.ca, Walmart.ca, Staples.ca and others.
Just a day after Meizu unveiled the affordable M6, the company has unveiled yet another smartphone. This time it is a special version of the already available M6 Note that was unveiled back in August. The new M6 One Piece special edition has special paintjob and themed UI
The long rumoured Vivo X20 and X20 Plus smartphones are now finally unveiled. The Chinese company has announced two new members of the X family with premium design, decent specifications and good pricing. Both phones will be up for pre-order on September 25, with
Filters that can alter the appearance of your face are now available for use during livestreams on Instagram. The photo and video-centric social network is letting users add filters to their streams before they begin or during. You can add accessories to your appearance.