News tagged: Retailers
As promised earlier, Microsoft has officially launched its latest gaming console worldwide today. The "world's most powerful console" is now available for purchase in a total of 35 markets worldwide, with pricing to vary depending on local taxes in each region.
If you are looking at the recently released Xperia XZs smartphone, you'll be happy to hear that the smartphone has received a healthy discount across major retailers in the United States. The smartphone is now available for $499 at Amazon, B&H Photo Video and Focus.
Xbox UK head Harvey Eagle told GamesIndustry.biz late last week that gamers might not be able to purchase the new console right away as there could be shortages. This is because demand is really high, but according to the Head of Xbox Phil Spencer, that will not be the case.
Online retailers in China have already started offering discounts on the iPhone 8 reportedly due to lower than projected sales. These discounts were highlighted in an article from the South China Morning Post. In some cases the device is being offered for 1,100 yuan ($165) less.
Vivo's latest premium smartphones, the X20 and X20 Plus, have been announced back in September. Since then, only the Vivo X20 model hit the shelves, while the Plus model has yet to be launched. The good news is that the launch is imminent. The company is expected to start selling
Amazon may expand its offerings to include medications, reports CNBC. The company is considering an expansion into drug sales and it's been increasing hiring for its "healthcare" push over the past year. It'll decide about heading down this path before the end of November.
Just ahead of Apple and Xiaomi events next week, Essential has now launched the PH-1 smartphone in the United States and Canada. The Essential phone went on open sale in the countries and is shipping right away, but only Black Moon color option is available.
Back at IFA 2017 in Berlin, BlackBerry announced that it is officially launching the new KEYone Black Edition smartphone in key markets across Europe, North America, Middle East and Asia. Unfortunately, new information suggests that the handset will not reach the United States.
Amazon wants to open a second headquarters in North America and it's officially asking local governments to submit proposals that'll attract the company to their location. The new Amazon HQ2 facility will be home to 50,000+ people. It's receiving $5+ billion for construction.
If you have seen the BlackBerry KEYone test from JerryRigEverything, then you remember the display pop out issue. After the video was published, the company issued a statement saying it is aware of the issue and that is working on fixing the problem with additional adhesive.
ASUS' latest VivoBook S model, the S510, is now available for purchase. The all new VivoBook S510 can be purchased in the United States from ASUS' online store and retailers ABT, B&H, Computer Upgrade King, and Newegg. It starts at $699 for the configuration with
At IFA last year, ASUS unveiled a 15.6-inch portable monitor called ZenScreen. Since its announcement, the monitor has yet to go on sale, but that is about to change. Although we'll have to wait for a few more weeks, the monitor will go on sale sometime in July.
We already knew that HMD Global will launch latest Nokia smartphones in Europe very soon and now we have learned more about when will that happen. According to the latest listing by major European retailer Media Markt, the new Nokia 3310 will launch on May 15 in Spain.
Samsung's flagship tablet that was announced at the Mobile World Congress 2017 has finally received an official price tag in the United States. Ahead of its official launch, Samsung has confirmed that the rumours were true, and that the Galaxy Tab S3 will cost $599.
Sony's latest Xperia XZ Premium might be the first Snapdragon 835-powered smartphone, but due to the manufacturing issues of the chipset, the smartphone won't be available for a few more months. Amazon has now started accepting pre-orders for phone in the United Kingdom, but
At recent Mobile World Congress 2017 show, Nokia announced three new phones. Starting today, the Nokia 3 and 5 as well as the resurrected Nokia 3310, are available for pre-order in Europe. Many retailers have made them available to pre-order, but without any details on shipping
The Nintendo Switch is going to sell around 5 million units during the course of 2017, reports SuperData Research. According to the firm, Nintendo has prepared for a "slow-and-steady release" of the console. It's expected to first appeal to a core fanbase.
Back in November last year, Nintendo denied rumours about ending Wii U production. A month later, new rumours came out, saying that Wii U production will end only in Japan. Today, Nintendo of America has confirmed that production of the Wii U has ended globally.
Google is having hard times to produce enough Pixel smartphones. They are trying to improve the production and get more inventory since demand is higher than the company expected, but the 128 GB Pixel XL model from Verizon won't be available for a few weeks.
Following reports that Samsung has stopped production of Galaxy Note 7, the company has now officially issued a statement saying that it is ceasing sales of the phone worldwide. In the same statement, Samsung is advising all Note 7 owners to power down and stop using their phones