Lenovo is expected to announce a successor to the Moto X lineup where soon, which will be replaced by the new Moto Z. The recent renders of the Moto Z lineup have revealed pins located on the back of the phone that were rumoured to be used for the docking station.
OnePlus continues with the development of Marshmallow-based OxygenOS 3.0 system. After releasing the first beta ROM for the OnePlus 2, the company has just made available another beta community build that is available for download from their website.
During a conference call back in early April, AMD announced its new 7th generation of A-series APUs codenamed Bristol Ridge. Almost two months after, first notebook with the AMD Bristol Ridge processor has appeared online, and more will probably follow soon.
One of the most popular worldwide online payments system PayPal has announced that it is shutting down its app for several mobile operating systems, including Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Amazon's Fire OS and will only be available for Android and iOS as of June 30.
Gigabyte is a very popular manufacturer of gaming PC components and notebooks. Today, ahead of the biggest international tech trade show of the year, the company announced a new ultra-thin and light gaming notebook, the Aero 14, which also comes with great battery life.
Yesterday, ZTE has officially announced the long rumoured Axon 7 smartphone. The phone is expected to go on sale soon, but the exact release date is still unclear. Besides its newest flagship handset, the company has also announced the new ZTE VR headset.
Virtual reality is the hot topic these days and every company is working on a VR device, either a headset or something similar. To differentiate from others, Samsung has decided to launch a display with a high resolution that would be a great solution for a VR headset.
Lenovo has confirmed that the acquisition of Motorola "did not meet expectations", but the company is still trying hard to achieve their initial goal, and that is to become the third largest smartphone maker in the world and challenge to two top smartphone companies.
Apple's competitor to the Amazon Echo and Google Home will reportedly differentiate itself by including a built-in camera. The smart connected speaker will use its camera for facial recognition and the device will automatically know who is in the room, says CNET.
A limited availability Batman-styled Galaxy S7 Edge will be released by Samsung in partnership with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The phone is being released to celebrate the anniversary of Injustice: Gods Among Us, a Warner Bros. fighting game.
Jolla's second phone running Sailfish OS (part of the Linux family) sold out in one day. The €169 ($190) Jolla C launched in Europe and part of the reason for the quick sell out is that just 1,000 units were manufactured for the initial product sale.
Facebook's ad network is expanding beyond the social network to display more ads on other websites and track non-users. It'll monitor viewer activity through cookies and embedded buttons, such as like buttons. This practice has been heavily criticized in Europe.
Acer has introduced two new sub-$300 2-in-1 notebooks, the Switch V 10 and the Switch One 10. They come with 10-inch detachable IPS displays and quad-core Intel Atom processors. Both will be present at Computex Taipai next week and they'll be available in the US this year.
An underwater data cable that will run from the United States to Europe is being created by Microsoft and Facebook. Their "MAREA" cable is 4,100 miles (6,600 km) in length and it should be completed by October 2017. MAREA will be the "highest-capacity subsea cable" in the area.
Apple hopes to bring its mobile payment platform, Apple Pay, to more countries soon. The company says it intends to launch the service in "every significant market" Apple is already involved in and it's "working rapidly" to do so. Apple Pay is currently offered in six countries.
You can now listen to previews of songs from Spotify in your Twitter timeline. Spotify is letting music appear in the audio cards Twitter first revealed in 2014. When audio cards launched, they supported iTunes previews and eventually songs on SoundCloud.
Google has come out victorious in its copyright dispute with Oracle, which hoped to receive up to $9 billion from the company. Oracle claimed Google illegally used copyrighted-code in Android, but Google defended itself by claiming its use of the code was fair use.
HTC is developing a virtual reality game for its Vive headset. Called 'Front Defense,' the game is a wartime shooter and it'll be demoed at Computex in Taiwan next week. HTC doesn't really have experience in the area of game development, so it's an interesting move.
SpaceX will attempt to land its Falcon 9 rocket on the ocean as soon as this Friday. A launch had been scheduled for May 26, but a "tiny glitch in the motion of an upper stage engine actuator" forced SpaceX to postpone, says CEO Elon Musk. The launch could take a couple days.
Samsung has introduced two new mid-range smartphones, the C5 and C7, for the Chinese market (initially). These are the first members of Samsung's new C product line, which should be available outside of China. Samsung appears to be planning a US launch for at least the C5.