As it considers acquisition itself
A week and a half ago, Twitter announced that it would be shutting down its short-form video compilation service Vine, keeping the website and video archive available but disabling mobile app functionality for its users over the next couple months.
PC and tablet markets still remain down
On Friday, Lenovo reported its revenue earnings for the third quarter of 2016, up 12 percent over the previous quarter and down 8 percent year-over-year as market conditions continue to remain challenging.
Seven to 10 percent more performance than Skylake chip
A few days ago, Chinese tech website PCOnline got a hold of Intel’s upcoming Core i5 7600K processor based on its 14nm Kaby Lake architecture.
First-gen Texas Instruments controllers will not work
While Apple may have launched a new MacBook Pro with an LED touch bar a week and a half ago and with Thunderbolt 3 ready USB-C connectors, a compatibility test shows that not all devices using the standard will be able to operate with the notebook.
Mobile index rolling out on small scale soon
A few weeks ago, Google announced that it would begin showing different search results for mobile and desktop searches, using two different indexes with the mobile version updated more frequently.
Currently at nine percent market share
On Thursday, Huawei told Reuters that it wants to become the world’s second largest marker of smartphones in two years.
Increasing production of 28nm chips
Earlier this week, MediaTek reported a net profit growth of 19 percent during the third quarter of 2016, but now expects revenue momentum to slow down in the fourth quarter as it ramps up production capacity of 28nm chips.
Rolling out to Windows Insider users for PC later this year
In a blog post earlier today, Microsoft said it will be changing the way it distributes updates to Windows 10 users beginning with a new Unified Update Platform (UUP) that handles update checking in the cloud, rather than on a client device.
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".