Features Surface Dial haptic feedback tool
On Wednesday, during a Microsoft event in New York, company Surface chief Panos Panay went on stage and announced an all-in-one desktop PC designed for "creators and professionals".
May go public “within a few years”
Lyft, the second largest ride sharing company in the US, has denied reports that it is for sale and says it has doubled its ridership in the region since late last year.
Available now for $499
On Tuesday, BlackBerry announced the DTEK60, its last self-manufactured smartphone before it begins to start outsourcing design, production and distribution to OEMs.
Increased GPU sales offset decline in desktop CPU shipments
Last week, AMD posted its earnings report for Q3 2016, showing a revenue increase of 27 percent over the previous quarter and up 23 percent year-over-year.
192 million PayPal users can pay using messaging app
Facebook has announced that PayPal will become one of the payment options within its Messenger service.
Combines elements of AR and VR
Aside from the Daydream VR headset announced earlier this month, Google is reportedly working on a secondary headset that combines elements of augmented reality and virtual reality using a front-facing camera and motion tracking technology.
52 percent of work-related travel expenses
As of the third quarter of 2016, ride hailing services such as Uber and Lyft are now accounting for 52 percent of transportation expenses for business travelers, according to the latest numbers.
Hybrid portable, at-home console with detachable controllers
Over the past few months, Nintendo has shared limited information regarding its next-generation video game console, which company president Tatsumi Kimishima said would have “a larger impact than the Wii U” that launched in November 2006.
Tens of millions of songs joining Google Play, Apple Music and Spotify
On Wednesday, internet retail wholesale giant Amazon re-launched its Prime Music on-demand music streaming service into a full-fledged catalogue of tens of millions of songs, with single-user and family plans competitive with offerings from Google, Apple and Spotify.
Similar to SanDisk X400, but may need pricing adjustment
Western Digital is a company with a rich history in developing hard disk technologies that have become widely adopted since the era of floppy disk formatters/controllers and the ATA interface.