The surprisingly sleek Obi Worldphone MV1 smartphone will be arriving in the U.K. in a matter of weeks, packing some reasonable hardware at a competitively low price.
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A week after mysteriously going offline in the country, a new report says Apple's iTunes Movies and iBooks stores were banned by Chinese authorities in a bid to prop-up local competitors.
Apple appears to have quietly dropped support for its QuickTime for Windows program with security analysts saying users are exposed to two known vulnerabilities.
For the second time in two months, customers of the Australian mobile network Telstra have taken advantage of a free data day. Despite collectively using 2,686 terabytes of data, not all were happy.
Fixing sluggish, slow, and other performance issues are the target of a new OTA update for Google's Nexus 5X following community feedback. Owners can expect the update very soon.
Six months after Samsung first teased the public, the world's largest SSD is finally available to enterprise customers in a drive offering over 15 terabytes of storage space.
Microsoft have listened to user feedback and acted by including the much sought after ability to view reports in the latest update to Power BI on Windows 10 Mobile and iPhone.
Reports say Sharp's board have agreed for the company to be taken over by Taiwan's Foxconn, bringing an end to years of financial uncertainty and marking one of the largest deals in Japanese history.
A week before the HTC Vive virtual reality headset pre-order opens, device partner Valve have released a Portal-themed performance diagnostic test on Steam.
Samsung itself appears to have given us our best look yet at the Galaxy S7 edge in a video showing off some new and returning features, posted to its Indonesian YouTube page.
Just days before its open beta begins, an image appears to reveal an upcoming promotion between Ubisoft and NVIDIA to offer free copies of The Division with select high-end GeForce cards.
Intel is finally taking action to prevent users from overclocking its locked Skylake CPUs. However it's likely only future motherboard purchasers will be stopped from exploiting the loophole.
A major outage to the Australia's largest mobile network, Telstra, has left millions of customers without access to phone and data service. Currently, the service is still sporadically having issues.
In a happy surprise, Google appears to once more be offering users 2GB of free online storage if they complete a simple security check in a promotion coinciding with Safer Internet Day.
In an update available this week, Instagram is switching on support for multiple accounts on its iOS and Android platforms. Meanwhile its Universal app for Windows 10 continues to be missing.