The rumoured Samsung Galaxy Alpha smartphone (aka Galaxy S5 Prime and Galaxy F) is according to reports set to be launched on August 4. The yet-to-be-announced smartphone was previously reported by a Korean website citing industry sources to be due for an August 13 launch.
The other day, I hit a huge wall with my iPhone, a wall so big I couldn’t upgrade to the latest version of iOS. My device told me I needed 1.4GB of room when I had only 492MB worth of storage space left. So I had to delete a bunch of apps (some of which I liked) to free up room.
The United Kingdom has given autonomous driving the green light, launching a new campaign that will see driverless cars on local roads within six months.
The government is calling on U.K. cities to join with businesses and research organizations to throw their hat into the ring for a share of a £10 million competition to host the country's driverless cars trial.
Need a new computer before heading back to school this fall? Apple just updated its MacBook Pro with Retina display lineup with faster processors and more memory ahead of the release of its next-gen operating system, OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
Migraines aren’t just awful headaches. They are a neurological condition that often come with cluster of syndromes before and after pain starts. These are called prodromes, which can warn some sufferers when a headache is coming, and postdromes, or “migraine hangovers” that can leave patients feeling exhausted.
Over the next week, Facebook will begin phasing out access to the private messaging service within its main iOS, Android, and Windows apps, according to TechCrunch. Instead, the social network will force its members to switch over to its separate Messenger app if they want to use the site’s messaging service on their phones.
The Ebola virus has already spread from Guinea to Liberia and Sierra Leone Nigeria says it has put all entries into the country on red alert after confirming the death of a Liberian man who was carrying the Ebola virus.
Apple has released a free public beta of OS X Yosemite, the next version of the Mac operating system, scheduled for final release this fall. The beta—the first public OS X beta since the first version back in 2001—is open to a million users, and when I last checked, there were still openings available at Appleseed.Apple.com.