Photos, apparently, of AMD's upcoming Threaripper 3000 series processor packaging boxes seem to have leaked out and they look fancy as expected. These are reportedly being announced tomorrow.
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Google's upcoming flagship handset has yet again been leaked, once more in the form of a render. The front display of the leaked image indicates that it may be unveiled on October 15.
Official pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 have been leaked accidentally by none other than the FCC itself. The images offer a good look at the upcoming phone, laying to rest countless rumors.
Black Shark Technologies is a newcomer that is building a smartphone for gamers. The handset will be revealed on April 13 but it looks like a newly leaked image could be giving us an early look.
Images have leaked that may have reveal the release date, gameplay information, as well as some in-game screenshots of the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII, just days before the official announcement.
An online leak offers a taste of what could be included in next year's flagship HTC 11 device, along with a rendered image of the alleged handset and a full breakdown of potential specifications.
While some of us are looking to wind down for the Christmas holidays, WhatsApp is currently testing video calling functionality, hopefully aiming to make it available in the next major release.
HTC is looking to make an impression at the upcoming CES show next week, with people of all budgets in mind. Just days away from the event we get another possible leak of the HTC One M9 (Hima).
A new set of images have leaked on NWE showing the backplate of the rumored iPhone 6. It shows a cutout Apple logo and a moved power button. Despite these changes, everything else appears the same.
A Chinese website has published a couple of highly indistinguishable images of a tablet alleged to be the Google Nexus 8 along with hardware specifications which the website insists are accurate.
An image claiming to be the future 12.9" iPad Pro has been released online. It appears to be made from Aluminum and complies with the design of other Apple products. The tablet may support 4K.