The Meizu 15, Meizu 15 Lite, and Meizu 15 Plus will be initially available in China for 2,500 yuan, 1,700 yuan, and 3,000 yuan, respectively, with all three devices running Meizu's own Flyme 7 skin.
Alexa fans in Australia will soon be able to purchase the Amazon Echo Spot, the company's smart speaker featuring a built-in 2.5-inch display, from April 26 for a retail price of AU$199.
MIT has developed an automated approach to mapping called RoadTracer, which promises 45 percent more accuracy than existing methods such as those used by Google and other mapping companies.
Microsoft engineers have just mitigated an issue with the Azure portal that disabled some users in Australia from viewing the resources, preventing them from performing service management operations.
Instagram is no longer available on Windows 10 Mobile after its mobile version has been quietly removed from the Microsoft Store three years after Facebook announced the app's launch on Windows 10.
Symantec's Targeted Attack Analytics, a system used by the firm's security researchers to detect high-level threats using machine learning, is now available for use by the company's customers.
Google has announced that Android Auto now supports wireless connectivity on select devices with Android 8.0 Oreo such as the company's Pixel handsets, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P in North America.
McAfee and Infoblox have enhanced an alliance established last October in an effort to help organizations counter cyber threats through DNS and web security, data sharing, and security orchestration.
Spotify is supposedly planning to introduce a new version of its free music streaming service for mobile devices in the future that emulates many of the features of the paid premium model.
Alibaba is buying all the remaining outstanding shares of Ele.me as part of the Chinese e-commerce giant's efforts to further deepen its stake in the country's food and local services delivery market.
Tesla has finally shed light on last week's fatal accident involving a Model X vehicle, saying that the Autopilot program was engaged with the car's cruise controller a few seconds prior to the crash.
Google has announced that it will be officially shutting down its goo.gl URL shortener on March 30 next year as part of an effort to shift its focus to the Firebase Dynamic Links method.
SpaceX has received the Federal Communications Commission's approval for its plan to provide a high-bandwidth low-latency internet solution to consumers using a network of over 4,000 satellites.
For only a limited period, save $70 off the Amazon Echo Show if you buy the Alexa-powered smart speaker right now from the online retail giant's shop, where it is available to purchase for $159.99.
Amid the data privacy scandal involving Facebook, Mozilla has released a new add-on called Facebook Container that is meant to stop the social networking site from tracking your web activities.
Foxconn expands its footprint into the mobile accessories and smart home markets by acquiring Belkin International, including the Linksys, Wemo, and Phyn brands, for nearly $866 million in cash.
Twitter will join Facebook and Google in clamping down on ads for cryptocurrencies and related products and services such as initial coin offerings, token sales, crypto wallets, and crypto-exchanges.
Motorola now has a new president and chairman, Sergio Buniac, who replaces Aymar de Lencquesaing after his resignation earlier this year as part of the company's leadership reorganization.
Facebook is now under investigation by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission following reports that Cambridge Analytica mined the private data of some 50 million Facebook users for political purposes.
Lenovo's Mirage Camera with Daydream can now be pre-ordered from Amazon for $299.99, as the company promised during CES 2018. The virtual reality camera is expected to be released on May 4.
Grab will now take over Uber's Southeast Asia business, including around 500 employees, as part of a merger deal. In exchange, Uber will acquire a 27.5 percent stake in the combined company.
The Microsoft Store app for Windows 10 now has a dedicated section called "Devices", which allows consumers to find and purchase Windows hardware and accessories via a separate tab.
Twitter has finally converted its app for Windows 10 into a PWA version with support for push notifications, character limit extension from 140 to 280, a tweet bookmark tool, and more.
Facebook was fined 396 million won, or approximately $369,400, in South Korea for allegedly throttling user access to its site by rerouting users to servers located in Hong Kong and the United States.
BlackBerry's infotainment and security software will now be incorporated into the Jaguar Land Rover vehicles as part of a licensing agreement between the Canadian firm and Tata Motors.
Huawei is likely aiming to penetrate the low-end segment of the smartphone market with a new device rumored to be in the works, featuring Android 8.1 (Oreo) and the MediaTek MT6739 SoC.
The Google Assistant-powered LG ThinQ series, which include a typical smart speaker and one with a smart display, are now available for pre-order from B&H for $196.99 and $296.99, respectively.
Twitter is testing a new method that uses new algorithms to show more timely breaking news content to its users. The test involves a small number of iOS and Android users in the U.S.
A few months after Spotify quietly filed for an IPO with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, the company is now planning to list its shares on the NYSE in the first week of April.
The Australian Defense Department has banned the use of WeChat on any device used within the agency amid growing security concerns prompted by the alleged Chinese espionage activities in the country.
Microsoft has expanded the list of supported text-to-speech languages for Microsoft Translator with the addition of six languages: Bulgarian, Croatian, Malay, Slovenian, Tamil, and Vietnamese.
Spotify has begun cracking down on users with modified versions of the app. These lift the strict limitations imposed on free accounts, such as the shuffle-only play option, and more.
Samsung has quietly ended software support for the 2016 models of the Galaxy A3, Galaxy J1, and Galaxy J3 after the company removed these handsets from its Android security updates page.
Ford is taking a different approach to the self-driving segment, launching a pilot test with partners in Miami including Domino's Pizza. The Fusion sedans are part of the initial roll-out.
Netflix will be investing around $8 billion on some 700 original TV series and movies this year, with the spending marking a $2 billion increase from the amount the company spent last year.
Sony is reportedly rolling out a version of the Xperia XZ2 with 6GB of RAM in Hong Kong and Taiwan next month. That variant is bigger than the 4GB version that's launching elsewhere across the world.
Samsung might be considering changing the current naming convention for its Galaxy S lineup, as the company's head of mobile division DJ Koh acknowledged at this year's Mobile World Congress.
Facebook has added a bevy of new features to its Messenger platform meant to help business customize the way they communicate with customers via a previously launched web chat plugin.
Amazon Rewards Visa Cardmembers will now be able to earn 5% back on their Whole Foods Market purchases when using the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card to shop for organic produce and other food items.
Spotify could be ramping up its efforts to produce category-defining hardware products, as indicated by its new job listings that seek individuals to fill top-level roles for its hardware division.