Misfit's touchscreen smartwatch, the Vapor, will run Android Wear 2.0 and not a custom OS, as indicated by earlier reports. The Vapor will cost $199 and is expected for release late this summer.
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A report by the Wall Street Journal details Apple's plans to start manufacturing the iPhone 6, 6S and SE in Bangalore, India. Apple will reportedly be working with Taiwanese manufacturer, Wistron.
Social media giant Twitter stated in a transparency report that it has shut down more than 600,000 terrorism accounts since August 2015, with almost 377,000 shut down between July and December 2016.
According to a comparison image leaked by Slashleaks, the hotly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S8 may have a smaller body than the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, despite having a larger 5.8 inch display.
Visa is to trial fifty pairs of sunglasses which can be used for NFC payment with partners and influencers at the World Surf League's 2017 Quiksilver and Roxy Pro surf competition in Australia.
According to a report by The Korea Herald, the fingerprint scanner on the Samsung Galaxy S8 was moved at the last minute as Synaptics, the company developing the integrated scanner, ran out of time.
Luxury smartphone maker, Vertu, has been sold to Baferton, a company registered in Cyprus. Baferton is owned by Turkish exile Hakan Uzan, who has been involved with a number of legal controversies.
Developers on Apple's App Store are now required to submit changes to app descriptions and notes to the App Review service for approval before they are published, after changes made to iTunes Connect.
Users of the Nintendo Switch have been reporting issues with its display, stating that pixels are "dead" or "stuck." Nintendo has stated that issues such as these are "normal" with LCD screens.
After success helping people to appeal parking tickets in London and New York, a chatbot powered by Facebook Messenger called "DoNotPay" now provides refugees and asylum seekers with free legal aid.
According to a report by the New York Times, Uber has been using a secret tool called 'Greyball' to evade detection in countries and cities where Uber is opposed by local authorities or banned.
Samsung has announced the release of a rugged Android smartphone: the Galaxy XCover 4. The device sports a 4.99 inch screen and runs Android 7.0. It is expected to be released in Europe this April.
Sony has released a quartet of Xperia X Android smartphones at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. These are designed to tackle both mid-range and premium markets, and will be released this spring.
Samsung has unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today. The 9.7 inch tablet introduces several new features which are geared towards entertainment and gaming.
In partnership with mobile networks and businesses, Google has announced plans to incorporate an updated messaging standard, Rich Communications Services into a unified app for Android devices.