The Meizu Zero is quite a phone, taking things to the extreme with its "non-porous" design. Made from one piece of ceramic material, it removes the charging port, physical buttons, and other openings.
Xiaomi's President and Co-founder Bin Lin has teased a prototype of what he calls the world's first double-folding smartphone, with two possible names in mind: Xiaomi Dual Flex or Xiaomi Mix Flex.
Version 3 of the Chrome Extension Manifest has been released into draft but has quickly drawn criticism from extension developers, with one saying that his two content blockers "can no longer exist".
Waymo has secured a permit to establish its manufacturing presence in Michigan, where it will select a facility to house its self-driving vehicle production. Work will start over the next few years.
Netflix has launched a new capability to its iOS app which allows users to post their favorite movies or TV shows to Instagram Stories or share them directly with friends. It's also coming to Android.
Twitter's web interface is getting a new design that replaces the three-column layout with two columns. Other updates are also coming, though these are available only to a small set of users for now.
Today at the BETT education conference, HP announced the Chromebook 11A G6 Education Edition, its latest Chromebook to use AMD's new A4-9120C APU. It will be available in February.
Using statistical modeling, Intel says it closed gender pay gaps across its entire 50-country, 107,000-employee workforce. They've also added stock-based compensation to how they measure pay equity.
Gmail is getting new features, which will be available on all G Suite editions over the next few days. New changes include a strikethrough button, ability to undo/redo an action, and more.
It's not Patch Tuesday, but Microsoft today released a cumulative update for those that are running the latest version of Windows 10, the October 2018 Update, also known as version 1809.
DxOMark released the first results of its selfie camera testing, with the Pixel 3 and Galaxy Note9 garnering the top overall score. Xiaomi's Mi Mix 3, the iPhone Xs Max, and Galaxy S9+ trailed behind.
At the BETT education conference today, Acer announced a couple of Chromebooks that include 3:2 displays, Intel processors, and more. Acer says that the new PCs are its first 12-inch Chromebooks.
Apple today released updates for all of its operating systems, although there are no new front-facing features. They include iOS 12.1.3, macOS 10.14.3 Mojave, watchOS 5.1.3, and tvOS 12.1.2.
Google today announced the dates that it will begin to phase out Google Hangouts classic for G Suite customers, also saying that consumers will see the service end shortly after that.
Apple has kicked off its Shot in iPhone Challenge, which runs from January 22 to February 7. Winning photos will be featured on Apple's website, stores, billboards, and social media accounts.
Microsoft today released Windows 10 SDK Insider Preview build 18317. There aren't any major changes that are included in the new build, and it must be installed on an Insider Preview.
Google is considering ending its news service in Europe in response to the controversial European Union's Copyright Directive. The law would require platforms to pay publishers for use of excerpts.
Included with today's deals, Amazon has slashed $150 off the 10.5" iPad Pro, and Dell is selling their Precision Workstation Desktop for just $490. You can also get a Robovac for only $160.
Hong Kong-based digital asset exchange AAX will be the world's first to be powered by the LSEG's technology with an aim to create a high-speed, secure platform for trading digital currency.
Microsoft announced today that it is transferring the tech behind Code Jumper to the American Printing House for the Blind. It's a physical programming language designed to help kids learn to code.
Vikendi, PUBG's new map, is now available to play for Xbox One users along with a Survivor Pass DLC. The winter-themed map was released on PC last month, becoming the fourth playable map in the game.
HMD Global has revealed its plans for the full rollout of the Android Pie update to its smartphones. The Nokia 3.1 Plus and 5 will be the next devices to get it, which could happen this week.
As expected, Microsoft today released a new Windows Server vNext Insider Preview, bringing the build number to 18317. It contains a new dark theme preview, Admin Center features, and more.
While Huawei's Honor View 20 was announced in China last month, the firm held an event in Paris today for the global unveiling, and to announced the device's pricing and availability.
Apple has announced an expansion for its payments service, Apple Pay, which begins today. Target, Taco Bell, Speedway, and more will add support for the technology in the coming weeks.
This year's Vivo APEX concept phone is even crazier than what we saw in 2018, as the company sees a future where phones have no buttons, ports, or even a visible front-facing camera.
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At the BETT education conference, Microsoft announced the Classroom Pen, along with seven new laptops that come from partners Dell, Acer, and Lenovo. They're all designed for education.
With a month to go before Civilization VI's second expansion, Gathering Storm, launches, Firaxis has now revealed the Ottomans as one of the eight new civilizations coming to the game.
Canonical has released Ubuntu Core 18, a stripped down version of Ubuntu 18.04 aimed at IoT devices. The new version is supported for 10 years. Canonical has focused on security and reliability.
A new report suggests that Apple may be preparing to ditch the LCD technology it has typically used for its iPhone's screen. All of the models released in 2020 will feature OLED panels instead.
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Pillars of Eternity 2 players are soon getting the option to play the RPG using turn-based combat instead of the current real-time with pause system. The free update will land later this month.
Nintendo is hosting its first indie-dedicated presentation of 2019 tomorrow. As with previous editions, the presentation will highlight some of the indie titles coming to the Switch this year.
Uber Eats and Starbucks have announced that customers in several cities around the U.S., and London in the UK, will be able to begin placing Starbucks orders via the Uber Eats app.
Samsung has announced that it plans to put a new image sensor into mass production this quarter. The hardware is aimed at mid-range phones, making hole-in-display and notch devices more affordable.
Gartner's 2019 CIO Survey has revealed that 37% of organizations around the world are now using AI in some form or another. Some popular use cases include chatbots and fraud protection.
New commits in Android Open Source Project suggest that Android Q could provide network carriers a new tool for locking down your smartphone to a specific network through your SIM card.
It has long been rumored that Nvidia might launch non-Ray-tracing "GTX" cards. The latest Ashes of the Singularity benchmark result leak suggests the same and also hints at the potential performance.
A new leak has revealed some more details about the Samsung Galaxy S10 family, at least in Italy. These include the expected pricing, launch date, and RAM and storage configurations.