The Kitty Hawk flying car is an electrical aircraft resembling a jet ski that is funded by Larry Page.
SK Hynix confirmed via a press release that its brand new GDDR6 memory standard for high-performance graphics processors will be available early next year.
Sennheiser has announced that it's partnering with Samsung to bring Smart Surround's binaural, recording-based sound to Android devices.
LG X Power 2 is a midrange smartphone with massive 4,500 mAh battery promises offer up to 2 or 3 days of run time.
The Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino, a limited-edition drink was released this week and became a viral trend all over the social media, most especially on Instagram.
TCL Communications' Steve Cistulli has hinted that US price and availability information for the BlackBerry KeyONE is set to arrive this week.
The iPhone 8 dummy model appears to feature edge-to-edge display, no rear Touch ID, elongated power button and is said to be the biggest refresh cycle in iPhone history.
Three major and highly awaited smartphones this year, Oneplus 5, Apple iPhone 8 and Pixel 2, top of line specs, impressive features and promise to offer the best smartphone user experience.
Two most highly-awaited Android flagship killers, the OnePlus 5 and Google's Pixel 2 are said to launch this year. Both come with premium specs and thrilling features.
Microsoft revealed that it had teamed up with Qualcomm to bring Windows 10 desktop apps to ARM microprocessors.
Dell has recently announced a new monitor which they is aimed at users who are considered to be creative professionals, the UltraSharp 27 4K HDR Monitor (UP2718Q).
Huawei has just announced its new flagship phones, the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus that comes with high-end specs and could be one of the best camera phones in the world.
Microsoft is set to unveil a low-cost “Cloudbook” laptop aimed at the education market, and it could be one of the first devices to run a new, stripped-down version of Windows called Windows 10 Cloud.
Juicero Inc is offering customers refunds after Bloomberg reported that some of the startup's investors were puzzled to learn its produce packs could be squeezed by hand.