Tesla’s kicking off the production of the Model 3 into gear, as parts of the upcoming unit are already being made at the recently opened Gigafactory in Nevada.
Despite just releasing its first Android-run smartphone earlier this month, Nokia is already expected to release its next follow up, the Nokia P1 at the Mobile World Congress 2017.
In the latter part of 2016, two of the biggest tech companies released their latest flagships. Apple and Google released some of the best handhelds running on iOS and Android respectively.
The Mobile World Congress has been a staple in the annual calendars of some of the biggest names in mobile and technology. This year, several handhelds are expected to debut at the event, which will be held in Barcelona from February 27 - March 2.
Gabe Newell was born on November 3, 1962, and is the co-founder and president of Valve Corporation. This year he overtook some of the world’s most recognizable names in Forbes’ Richest 400 List.
The year is starting out great for both BlackBerry and Nokia, both of which are looking to regain their early reign on the cellphone industry. The Nokia 6 and BlackBerry Mercury are classic in their own right, but do welcome more modern technology.
At this point, the biggest selling point of Tesla’s Model 3 is that it is an affordable electric sedan, unlike the company’s predecessors. But a cheaper unit definitely comes with its sacrifices and expensive add-ons.
Apple’s new security features have been great at keeping hackers at bay and hindering them from releasing jailbreaking tools. However, it is still possible for Pangu and Yalu to break iOS 10.2.
Microsoft is making changes to the Xbox One controller’s guide/home button, which the company claims will offer a new gaming experience altogether.
The Model 3 is Tesla’s first official foray into the world of an affordable electric car. But while this is a good thing for the public, it might not be the best for the company.
One of the year’s most anticipated smartphones, the Surface Phone from Microsoft, is shaping up to be the handheld that CEO Satya Nadella promised.
For all cars purchased after January 15 or delivered after April 15, charging will no longer be free. The electric car company will soon be requiring a fee for Supercharging.
The Nintendo Switch is living up to all the hype that has been following it for the months before and after its official announcement. And it would seem that the Japanese company has learned from all the past mistakes it made with the infamous Wii U.
The Chevy Bolt has been dubbed as the Tesla Killer, but how does it really fair when compared side by side with the upcoming Model 3? Chevy is starting to make its mark on the electric car circuit, but can it catch up to Tesla?