Home Blog Page 2
Free iPhone 11 Pro
Yet, customers must meet certain requirements to be eligible for the offer.  The mobile communication giant brand, T-mobile, announced that it is going to offer a free iPhone 11 Pro to each of their new and already existing subscribers that meet all of its...
cyberattack against Tesla
Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO, confirms Thursday night via Twitter, an attempted cyberattack at its massive factory near Reno, Nevada. Tesla's founder called the attempt "serious." However, the attack never happened and was successfully exposed by the FBI thanks to a Tesla employee who refused $1 million and...
Facebook sues multiple developers for violating
On August 27, 2020, Facebook announced it is taking up legal action against multiple U.S. and, for the first time, U.K. developers for violation of its policies.  Both Facebook Ireland and Facebook Inc in the U.K. are suing MobiBurn, parent company OakSmart Technologies and...
Fitbit Sense – The Innovative New Smart Watch
FitBit has revealed their new smart watch named FitBit Sense. This new FitBit is said to be able to track our stress levels. FitBit made this announcement at a virtual press event on August 24th, and the device became available to pre-order on August 25th. FitBit has been a formidable forerunner and trendsetter in the realm of wearable technology since the inception of the wearable tech category.
New Google Chrome Update
Google has launched a new update. Not only does it bring better and more improved tab management but extends to QR codes as well as performance enhancements including 10% faster page loads, PDF improvements, and a host of developer features. Google Chrome's new update, Chrome 85 is compatible on all platform Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS.
Xbox Series X
Yesterday, Microsoft announced the news about launching its Xbox Series X this November. It seems that the tech giant commits to delivering the console on the promised time frame of this year’s holiday season. But, the announcement also included details about the Halo Infinite series as the...
Google Pixel 5 processor
After recently launching the affordable Pixel 4A, Google is now making headlines again with the upcoming Pixel 5 flagship, which should be launched in the fall. Although we don’t know much about the phone’s specs, a recent listing on the AI Benchmark website revealed some interesting news...
Next-gen of Alder Lake-S
According to information sent to Videocardz by an anonymous source, Intel’s 12th-gen of Alder Lake desktop CPUs will support DDR5 memory, which is has doubled speeds compared with the current DDR4 standard. This makes us think that it is only a matter of time until the new...
Huawei processor chips
Losses are accumulating after Washington banned Huawei from using components and tech made in the US. According to a recent statement by the company, Huawei is starting to run out of processor chips to make smartphones and production of in-house Kirin chips will stop on September 15. Richard Yu,...
Nreal augmented reality glasses
One and a half years after being announced at CES, the Nreal augmented reality glasses are ready to make their way to users. Initially, the plan was to release the customer version of the glasses in early 2020, but because of production issues caused by the pandemic,...