Capable of wirelessly charging up to four devices within a one foot radius, the Pi is based upon the same technology found in the Qi standard and will boast compatibility with existing devices.
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LG's SteamVR which was showcased earlier this year at the GDC has been spotted at the Korean Virtual Reality Festival. However, a word on pricing or details of when it may launch remain unknown.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds now has the record for the most number of concurrent online players on Steam in a 24 hour period. PUBG with 1.3 million players, beat out Dota 2 to clinch the title.
Essential PH-1 owners can now use the smartphone on Verizon's network without any problems. The device has completed its Verizon certification according to a tweet by Andy Rubin, the Essential CEO.
Alphabet is believed to be examining a potential investment in Lyft to the tune of $1 billion. Should it proceed, the cash injection would help shore up the company against its main rival, Uber.
Owners of faulty Nexus 6P devices are reportedly being offered Pixel XL smartphones as warranty replacements. The reports vary, from occurring regularly in the US and Canada, to never in Australia.
Trello has announced its arrival to the Windows and Mac App Stores today. The app brings a bevvy of native desktop features and promises to transport users to a place where productivity is seamless.
Intel will reportedly end sales of WiGig components for Broadwell and Skylake systems, though they will still be available for Kaby Lake. The company will refocus its WiGig efforts elsewhere.
WhatsApp co-founder, Brian Acton has announced his plan to leave the company. Acton's departure comes after co-founding of the company eight years ago. He plans to start a non-profit foundation after.
Microsoft Teams now has the ability to add external guests to an organization chat room or workspace unlike previously where additions had to be members of the organization's Azure Directory.
Nintendo has announced the return of the NES Classic and continued production of the SNES Classic through 2018. Also, the arrival of the Famicom Mini and continued production of the Famicom in 2018.
Facebook is currently testing a feature which allows for videos to be automatically downloaded on WiFi and played back later. The feature called "Instant Videos" is available to some Android users.
Western Digital has completed plans to purchase Toshiba's semiconductor business for about ¥2 trillion. The deal will create a new alliance between the companies with greater investment opportunities.
BlackBerry has confirmed that its Priv and DTEK smartphones will not receive an update to Android 7.0 Nougat or 8.0 Oreo. Regardless, security updates should continue for the affected devices.
Multiple European finance ministers, led by France are pushing for a change in the tax structure of the EU. This change will see tech companies taxed according to their revenue rather than profits.
The Virginia State Election Board has approved plans by the Department of Elections to decertify and replace all current touchscreen machines due to hacking concerns and lack of paper audit trails.
Disney has announced its plan to pull all Star Wars and Marvel films from Netflix, as the two end negotiations. Disney announced last month that it intends to launch its own streaming service in 2019.
Intel and the NFL have partnered to capture stunning playback footage and 360-degree video clips of the 2017 football season while also enabling fans to view and share clips of the action.
Fitbit and Dexcom have announced plans to bring continous glucose monitoring data integration to the Fitbit Ionic. The capability will be of interest to diabetic patients with Dexcom CGM devices.
Bose has released a new speaker called the SoundLink Micro. The speaker is designed to be mobile, rugged, and waterproof. Bose claims an unmatched sound quality by any rival speaker of this size.
Twitch has launched extensions on its platform. These extensions allow for streamers to personalize their streams by adding designs like live trackers or interactive experiences to their pages.
Apple has reached a deal with Warner, thereby bringing Warner's music catalogue to iTunes, the online store and Apple Music. The deal will see Apple pay a lower percentage rate to Warner.
Amazon's Alexa has begun responding to certain queries with recommendations for third-party skills if existing installed skills fall short. This feature is still rolling out to all skills and users.
Google has released version 61 of its web browser, Chrome. The release is mainly a security update containing a slew of fixes and improvements. It is recommended to update as soon as possible.
Kobo has announced its intention to enter the audiobook market. Available Kobo apps for iOS and Android have been updated to allow for purchasing and listening to audiobooks from Kobo.
Virgin Atlantic has begun offering Wi-Fi across its various transatlantic and intercontinental flights. The in-flight Wi-Fi is also offered on Delta Airline flights, its US partner.
Samsung is partnering with Red Bull to create 360-degree content for the Gear VR. The partnership will have Samsung present at Red Bull events with Red Bull producing the 360-degree video.
If you preferred to use Plex on Kodi for all your streaming of media, the Plex add-on for Kodi is now free for all with a few notable caveats which should be considered before diving in.
The Galaxy J7+ by Samsung has been announced. The second dual-camera phone to come from Samsung seems ready to impress with the promise of excellent photos and a myriad of other features.
A leaked Apple warranty guide for technicians reveals the criteria for warranty repairs or replacements by technicians at Apple stores and the inspection process to enable such decisions.