- The U.S. tech giant, which entered preliminary talks to buy Time Warner to boost its original content, is still in the market for a media company.
- Leaked presentations show that Snapchat is expecting revenue to grow quickly in the coming years, potentially reaching $1 billion by 2017.
- Li Keqiang said the government should relax its information monopoly to boost the big data industry and cloud computing, but doubts remain, including about Li’s political future.
- Samsung's Galaxy C5 is set to launch today with powerful configurations and a wallet-friendly price tag.
- Verizon is now offering the brand new HTC 10 smartphone with $100 off.
- Samsung is set to bring consistency to the names of its flagship smartphones by launching the Galaxy Note 7 this year, rather than the Galaxy Note 6.
- Here is a comparison of between OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 2 based on the rumored specifications, features, price and release date.
- Fresh speculations indicate that the arrival of Apple MacBook Pro 2016 and Microsoft Surface Book 2 have been delayed.
- A new 7-inch Nexus 7 (2016) tablet is expected to release with Android N in August.
- HTC has reportedly stopped producing Google's Nexus 9, while eBay is now offering this tablet for just $299 to clear stocks.
- OnePlus fans can rejoice as the company has cut the price of all its smartphones permanently.
- Second-time CEO Jack Dorsey explained why he returned to the microblogging site at the company’s annual shareholder meeting Wednesday.
- Before it debuts on TBS Friday, "ELeague" is airing live matches on Twitch.
- The tech company appears to be laying the groundwork for the infrastructure and related software crucial to powering an electric car project.
- "Conflict" adds a new end-game mission in Columbus Circle along with much-needed bug fixes.
- Xiaomi is looking for a big slice of the consumer drone market currently dominated by its compatriot DJI.
- Facebook could be left without a mechanism to transfer customer data from Europe to the U.S. if the European Court of Justice rules against it again.
- The latest round of layoffs brings the total number of job losses at the smartphone division to over 22,000 since Microsoft bought Nokia in 2013.
- T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge and Verizon’s Galaxy S6, S6 Edge are now receiving new firmware updates.
- The iPhone maker, which is seeking to open retail stores in India, will remain bound by domestic regulations that require it to procure 30 percent of its product components locally.
- Streaming services in Europe could be forced to contribute to the production of homegrown films and TV under new proposals.
- The Nexus Player has been discontinued and removed from Google Store listing.