The Chinese Academy of Sciences is developing the world's first quantum computer, which it expects to be completed within the next several years.
While Apple and Samsung fans are often vocal about their chosen brand of smartphone, iPhone and Galaxy handsets have always had a similar look.
Apple Inc, Amazon.com Inc and Google have joined bidding for Toshiba's NAND flash memory unit, vying with others for the Japanese firm's prized semiconductor operation, the Yomiuri Shimbun daily has reported.
OPPO has apparently found its calling in the sometimes hated, sometimes loved market of selfies.
Last week, HTC’s Taiwan Facebook page posted a mysterious teaser image with the message that “HTC will give you an unexpected surprise.”
Apple has announced a new version of its 9.7-inch iPad, and the company launched the red version of the iPhone 7.
If the phrase “mechanical keyboard” conjures up images of diehard gamers stuffing Cheetos into their faces and then pounding synthetic cheese dust into the keys of a multi-colored backlit keyboard, you haven’t met lofree.
For the 285 million visually impaired people around the world, the technological advancements of our day and the conveniences of everyday life enjoyed by the sighted are rarely experienced.