Motorola is expected to launch a trio of budget smartphones — Moto E5, Moto E5 Play, and Moto E5 Plus — in the market soon. The Lenovo-owned mobile maker had unveiled the Moto E4 series in July 2017, and is expected to release the next E-series handsets around the same
HIGHLIGHTS Nokia 7 Plus live image leaked online The image shows the thin-bezel display of the Nokia 7 Plus It also suggests that the smartphone is being tested in India Nokia 7 Plus has now purportedly surfaced in a live image – showing its 18:9 aspect ratio-featuring thin-bezel
HIGHLIGHTS Magic Leap One will be the MR goggles by Magic Leap Creator Edition of the new goggles has now been unveiled Magic Leap SDK will be released in early 2018 A long time after teasing its development, Magic Leap has finally unveiled the Magic Leap One mixed reality glasses.
HIGHLIGHTS Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 can be seen in ceramic white colour in leaked images Live images suggest that the phone will have stereo speakers at bottom The phone has been tipped to be launched on same day as iPhone 8 Xiaomi’s upcoming Mi Mix 2 smartphone has
HIGHLIGHTS Lenovo K8 Note is set to launch at 12pm IST The company is holding the launch event in New Delhi The smartphone will be an Amazon exclusive The Lenovo K8 Note India launch is scheduled for 12pm IST on Wednesday in New Delhi, leaving just a few minutes
From billboards to TV ads to endless notifications, Facebook is furiously promoting its live video feature as it tries to get more users to shoot and watch such videos. But will it be a big business for the social network? The prospects for advertisers are uncertain, and
HIGHLIGHTS Disney is launching its own streaming service New service will include animated, live-action Disney & Pixar movies Disney had already said it would be launching a streaming ESPN service With new streaming services in the works, Disney is trying to set itself up for a future that’s largely
Today, Microsoft showed off what it’s been cooking up for Windows, Xbox One and evenHoloLens at its annual developer conference, Build 2016. While it’s largely aimed at the folks that make the apps you use every day, Microsoft is broadcasting the conference’s two major keynotes straight from