Thursday, March 23, 2017

Twitter goes down due to technical issues

CALIFORNIA: Twitter, micro-blogging site went down on Tuesday due to some technical issues affecting services for about couple of minutes. According to sources, millions of Twitter users were met

Astronaut Tim Peake’s spacewalk ends early after water leak

WASHINGTON DC: Tim Peake's spacewalk has been stopped after fellow astronaut Tim Kopra discovered water his helmet. The spacewalk was terminated by the flight director after Kopra noticed the issue,

iTunes Radio will no longer be free

CALIFORNIA: iTunes Radio, Apple's ad-supported streaming service, will soon no longer be free.     The company plans to make the service part of Apple Music, which costs $10 a month,

Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge and S7 edge+ could be announced at the same time

Famed tipster Evan Blass has leaked out a bit of information that could be the reason why Samsung did not announce a single smartphone at CES 2016. The leaker has tipped his fans in a tweet stating that

Apple Watch 2 may come with a multi-function magnetic wrist band, hints patent

CALIFORNIA: The new generation Apple Watch 2 might just come with a new type of swappable band in the form of a magnetically closed Milanese Loop band. This new design was spotted on the the US Patent

Skype will add free group video calling to its mobile apps

LUXEMBOURG: Microsoft will soon add free group video calls to Skype's iOS, Android and Windows 10 mobile apps, the company announced Tuesday. The update is expected to roll out to Skype's respective apps

Apple expands in China with 5 more stores

XIAMEN: Apple Inc. continued its rapid expansion in China during the first month of 2016, opening five stores to tap the company's fastest-growing market. On Thursday, it opened a store in the coastal

Google creates virtual reality arm, names key exec to run it

CALIFORNIA: Alphabet Inc's Google has created a virtual reality (VR) computing division and said Clay Bavor, the executive running its product management team, will run the new arm.     A

‘Dialog’ expects 2016 sales growth to slow on soft smartphone market

READING: Dialog Semiconductor Plc said on Tuesday it expected slower sales growth as the softening of the smartphone market will continue through the first half of this year. The company which relies


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