When the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL handhelds were released, a large part of their appeal was that it was exclusive to the company’s AI – but that might no longer be the case.
The world of artificial intelligence continues to expand and while the future is the priority, Alexa and Google Home are starting to welcome a few things of the past too.
HTC unveiled its new U Ultra and U Play smartphones about a month ago, but was not able to commit to the prices and markets. Fortunately, questions have been answered before the handhelds’ release in March.
Tesla is a growing a market in the auto industry, which offers a range of electric vehicles that have grown in popularity in the United States. But the company has not put a foot inside the UAE.
In light of the US presidential elections, Facebook has been under scrutiny as a platform for fake news. And while the social media company has put up security measures, fake news will not be banned.
The Nintendo Switch is a step towards the future of gaming, since it can morph into different playing modes. At the same time, it takes a step back because of how it will connect to other devices.
The Razer Blade, arguably one of the best gaming laptops that runs on Windows 10, has just been announced for an upgrade. The company is making the 14 inch laptop more powerful and more beautiful.
Contrary to popular knowledge, Apple is doing better than it has in the last few quarters. And while this is generally a good thing for the company, it is also great news for the sales of its upcoming iPhone 8.
Elon Musk is a man of vision and his futuristic plans include cyborgs and fully autonomous vehicles.
The market segment of 2-in-1 devices just keeps growing. And while Microsoft has arguably dominated the market, there are some notable alternatives that can pack a punch and shine on their own as well.
Private advocacy groups are working double time against the FBI for breaking international law in their attempts to take down child pornography by hacking into thousands of computers with a single search warrant.
Last year, Google launched the Pixel and Pixel XL, smartphones that were 100 percent built by the search engine giant. Despite the rave reviews, however, very specific situations have stopped them from reaching the top of Android charts.
Sooner or later, electric cars will be the norm and this means that auto companies will need to step up in their EV car offerings. Fortunately, the BMW X5 and the Volvo XC90 are filling in for the SUVs.
In the Android-powered smartphone world, Google and Samsung took the lead in 2016. But as the Korean company already has a target on its back, it has some larger obstacles to cross for supremacy.