Social media giant Facebook is reportedly looking to clone Snapchat’s “Streak” feature, one that promotes a constant flow of conversation between two users.
One of Apple’s primary suppliers has reportedly employed thousands of students to assemble iPhone X who are being forced to work overtime.
Twitter confirmed it’s currently testing a bookmarking feature to save tweets for later reading, according to new reports.
Apple is reportedly planning to ship a second-generation iPhone SE in the first of half of next year, assembled by Wistron at facilities in Bangalore, India.
Apple is believed to be preparing its upcoming 2018 iPhone models with upgraded antenna design, allowing the smartphones to have ultra-fast LTE transmission speeds.
Apple computer scientists have published a research on how self-driving cars can better spot cyclists and pedestrians while using fewer sensors.
Google has been collecting location data from Android smartphone owners, whether or not they have location services enabled.
Skype, Microsoft’s internet phone call and messaging service, has become unavailable on sites where apps are downloaded in China.
Rumors that Samsung is to unveil a foldable smartphone named the Galaxy X have all but been confirmed after a support page for the handset was leaked online.
A former Bell employee is speaking out about the Canadian telecommunications company’s “high-pressure sales tactics” that exist within the company’s various call centres.
Telus is joining Rogers in asking for an extension to CRTC’s data and roaming fees deadline.
Apple is apparently collaborating with its TSMC to fix manufacturing issues that are currently preventing high-volume production of micro-LED display panels.