Realme is taking the Indian and South East Asian markets by storm with the release of multiple low-end offerings. While its wares are well-priced, quality issues with the screen make us weary.
YouTube has started offering a number of movies for free, as long as you're willing to suffer through a few ads. The list of movies includes classics like Rocky and The Terminator.
Microsoft is planning on adding even more customisation to the next generation of its Elite Controller aimed at hardcore gamers, a new patent shows. Every button on the controller will be removable.
Bend tests for the new iPad Pro reveal it suffers from some of the same problems Apple's iPhone 6 did, with only a small amount of force needed to bend and even significantly damage the tablet.
Ubisoft's addictive cops-and-robbers first-person shooter is free to play for this weekend. You can also save up to 65% off the game's normal price if you end up wanting to buy the game.
It seems Microsoft's email service is suffering from a partial outage as a number of users on Twitter are reporting that they are unable to access their mail using either the Outlook app or website.
Razer's new BlackWidow Lite retails for $90 and melds the precision and comfort of mechanical keyboards with a more office-appropriate aesthetic and Orange switches designed for silent operation.
Starting with the Android Pie upgrade for its phones, Samsung will start placing restrictions on the free themes available for its Android skin so that they are automatically reverted after 14 days.
AMD today added a new midrange GPU to its lineup in the form of the RX 590. The card is based on a 12nm process, includes 8GB of GDDR5 RAM and will retail for $279 to bring you smooth 1080p gaming.
As we near the official unveiling of the next-gen flagship mobile processor from Qualcomm, purported benchmarks of the phone have already started leaking out. Its AnTuTu score is a whopping 362,292.
Following the success of its Firefox Monitor service, Mozilla is integrating it into its browser, as users will now be notified if the site they're visiting has recently been breached.
Phil Spencer opined in a recent interview that game streaming mass market adoption is quite a ways away, with consoles being the best way to play games for 'years and years' to come.
Netflix has unveiled a new plan in Malaysia that is restricted to mobile devices, and comes in at a much cheaper RM17 ($4) per month. Netflix is also running similar trials in other places.
A tweet by OneDrive's Director of Program Management, Omar Shahine, suggests Microsoft may be looking at upgrading the amount of storage you can have on OneDrive from the current cap of 1TB.
The official Twitter account for Google's G Suite of productivity apps has been hijacked to promote a Bitcoin scam that also targeted the Target Twitter account. The tweet has now been taken down.
As the company re-releases the October 2018 update over a month after its initial rollout, Microsoft is promising a greater emphasis on quality and transparency with regard to Windows 10 updates.
The online retail giant has finally decided on Long Island in New York City and National Landing in Arlington, Virginia as the locations for its new headquarters, creating 50,000 jobs as a result.
We may be almost two weeks away from Black Friday, but Microsoft's already released an ad teasing some of its biggest deals, with savings of up to $300 on Xbox One bundles and Surface devices.
An update to Microsoft's roadmap for Office 365 now includes a plan for migration tools for moving from Google's G Suite to Office 365, which are planned for release sometime in Q2 2019.
A new report suggests Samsung's foldable phone, which it briefly demoed as its developer conference earlier this month, will be made available in March, and will cost a whopping $1,770.
A new report suggests that Amazon's search of a home for its second headquarters may actually benefit two cities instead of one, with the company dividing the office between them.
Nokia's upcoming flagship will, if nothing else, be quite the unique device with its five rear cameras. This week, we get to see the phone in all its glory thanks to leaked renders.
Xiaomi's next flagship phone is set to release sometime next year, and a new report citing supply chain sources reveals some of the specifications of the phone, including its Snapdragon 8150 SoC.
Google today announced a major step in its fight against invasive and abusive ad practices on the web, as the next version of Chrome will simply block all ads on websites deemed non-compliant.
The name of the South Korean conglomerate's foldable flagship, due sometime next year, has been in flux. New trademarks filed by the company in the US suggest it may be called 'Flex'.
As spotted by some keen observers, the latest Insider build flighted to the Fast Ring has changed how you access the volume mixer in Windows 10 in favour of its equivalent found in the Settings app.
Following its Q4 2018 earnings call earlier today, the Cupertino-based tech giant fell below its $1 trillion valuation after revealing that it will no longer release sales numbers for its products.
Xiaomi's Pocophone F1 is arguably the best value on the market if you're looking for a smartphone in 2018; with excellent performance and incredible battery life, it ticks all the right boxes.
With less than a week to go before the OnePlus 6T's official launch, the complete specifications of the phone have been leaked, alongside promo images for the main new features of the phone.
The bootloader unlocking software for Windows 10 Mobile, aptly named Windows Phone Internals, has been made open source by the project's developer, René Lergner. The code is now available on GitHub.
ASUS' Zenbo is getting a refresh with a smaller sibling. The Zenbo Junior is about half the size of the original and features an array of sensors and AI capabilities for autonomous functionality.
At its Incredible Intelligence 2018 event, the Taiwanese company unveiled a monster of a monitor in the form of the XG49VQ, a 49-inch curved display with a 32:9 aspect ratio and 3840x1080p resolution.
The South Korean giant is suing a Russian TV star, Ksenia Sobchak, for using an iPhone on TV, despite her ambassadorship contract with Samsung specifying she must use the company's wares exclusively.
Sony will finally allow users to change their nickname on the PlayStation Network but, due to technical limitations, players who exercise that option may end up losing DLC, save data, and more.
Samsung's tradition of releasing a flagship-class flip phone is continuing, and we now know what this year's model will look like thanks to a few leaked photos and a hands-on video.
A refresh of the Nokia 8 has been spotted on Geekbench. Curiously, the processor powering the phone seems to be a Snapdragon 710, a downgrade compared to the flagship-class Snapdragon 845 of the 8.
Following the discovery of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities in Intel processors, the resulting fixes for the issue slowed down many PCs. The next feature update to Windows 10 may change that.
The venerable repair wizards at iFixit gave the latest batch of first-party hardware from Microsoft the teardown treatment and, as expected, the two devices are nearly impossible to repair.
In a new change to the site, Twitter has announced that it will now explicitly show if a tweet you reported has been removed by the site's moderators for violating its terms of service.
The world's largest maker of PCs isn't planning on being outdone by Microsoft; according to a new report, it is also hard at work on crafting a foldable tablet, much like the rumoured Andromeda.