Xiaomi flogs the most phones in a day
Published in Mobiles


Cleaning Apple's clock 

Xiaomi, the Chinese mobile maker and world's 3rd largest smartphone distributor, has set a new Guinness World Record in terms of smartphone selling.

Apple holds security door open for the Chinese
Published in News


Never reads the papers

While Google and Mozilla have been falling over themselves to stop a data leak to China, Apple has cheerfully ignored the problem.

Windows becomes Oculus Rift compatible
Published in News


Working in virtual reality

Finally Windows can runs in an Oculus Rift style virtual reality which is called Virtual Desktop.

Google and Intel to speed up Android updates
Published in Mobiles


At least on Intel gear

Intel and Google want to slash the wait time for users to get Android updates.

Dell has a new venue tablet
Published in Notebooks


Atom Z3580 processor on board

Dell has launched a new Venue 10 7000 tablet, which will be available starting May in Canada, China, and the US.

Samsung expects a killing from Galaxy S
Published in Mobiles


Consults its tarot cards

Samsung has released details of what it expects its new Samsung S range to do after it hits the shops.

Microsoft starts work on Redstone
Published in News


Windows 10 service pack, not a rocket

While Windows 10 operating system is still a few months away, it appears that the software giant is already working on and updated version of the operating system code-named "Redstone."

Chipzilla goes 3D in Smartphone
Published in News


RealSense 3D camera

Intel boss Brian Krzanich showed off Intel's latest RealSense 3D camera which is so small that it can be installed in smartphones.

Apple Watch trashed by reviewers
Published in Wearables


Battery life too quick, price too high, a chocolate teapot of time pieces

Apple's iWatch has failed to impress reviewers, meaning that it will be only those with their brains switched off who buy one.

Australia puts Apple, Google and Microsoft under tax spotlight
Published in News


Watch 'em wriggle

Australia is the first country to put Google, Apple and Microsoft's "completely legal" tax avoidance under the spotlight.