The iPhone 6 Plus is coated with glass, not sapphire. Lee Hutchninson Let’s go over the GT Advanced Technologies timeline. In late 2013, the company inked a deal with Apple to provide sapphire glass for iPhones and other gadgets—Apple would loan GT the money to build a sapphire manufacturing facility in Arizona, and in exchange, […]
Xiaomi Redmi 1SRs 6000 (Flipkart exclusive) Xiaomi’s Redmi 1S packs in a lot of features at an unbeatable price. For Rs 6000, you get a quad-core Snapdragon 400 chipset, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB internal storage, and microSD card slot. It also flaunts a 4.7-inch HD IPS screen. If that wasn’t enough, you also get […]
Apple proudly announced the Apple Watch at its iPhone 6 event a few weeks ago at the historic Flint Center in California. While the company did announce and demo the Watch (to an extent) it just gave us an idea about when it would be launched, which was as random as the words “ early […]
Google had earlier promised that it would be bringing a couple of changes to the Play Store. While material design is slowly making its way onto the store, things seems to have changed in the ‘read more’ section. We now find a couple of new additions that makes things a bit clear before you download […]
Migration is a mainstay of American culture—the perpetual dream of manifest destiny started with wagons and ended with, well, this: 240 million individual roads and streets, mapped onto a single image by the good folks at Fathom Information Design. Read more…
An anonymous reader writes You may or may not remember this, but before the advent of reliable search engines, web listings used to be a popular way to organize the web. Yahoo had one of the more popular hierarchical website directories around. On Friday, as part of its on-going streamlining process, Yahoo announced that their […]
An anonymous reader writes “GNOME 3.14 was released today and it includes some interesting changes such as re-worked default theme, multi-touch gestures for both the system and applications, and new animations. Information including details on all the new features, can be found here.” Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Google has been constantly giving its digital assistant the ability to do new things, and one of the coolest, if not most useful, features yet is the ability to track flight prices. Google Now automatically presents you with relevant flight fare information, based on the travel itinerary you were planning on Google Flights The feature, […]
Apple wants you to know that your data is safe in their hands, and on Thursday, the company launched a new website, complete with a letter from CEO Tim Cook, to explain just how your information is protected. The post Apple Takes a Swipe at Google in Open Letter on Privacy appeared first on WIRED.