Toshiba has announced that storage solutions provider OCZ has become its fully-owned subsidiary as it has completed the acquisition of the firm. OCZ Technology Group had filed for bankruptcy late in 2013.
The acquisition of OCZ, which has further expanded Toshiba's solid-state storage capabilities, represents the company's commitment to address storage challenges being faced by both client and enterprise customers.
Continuing their protest against the increasing dominance of tech giant Google, a group of people in San Francisco on Wednesday blocked in a Google employee at his house.
The group, possibly the same one that last month attacked a bus full of Google employees, shown up to the house of Anthony Levandowski - the leader at Google's self-driving car project.
The Incipio Cashwrap case adds a new functionality to Apple's widely popular iPhone - near field communication (NFC), which essentially turns a mobile device into a digital wallet.
It may be noted here that the Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple has not yet equipped its smartphones with NFC chips that enables users to make payments for their purchases at select locations through their smartphones.
After successfully launching a 150 Mbps LTE-Advanced network in mid of last year, South Korean wireless carrier SK Telecom is now preparing to roll out a even faster 300 Mbps service in the country later this year.
SK Telecom on Monday announced that it would roll out a blazing fast 300 Mbps service that would take advantage of three LTE bands, viz. 20MHz + 10MHz + 10MHz.
While Apple is preparing to publish its quarterly earnings report, analysts are busy in making estimates on how many iPhones did the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant might have sold during the last quarter.
The average estimate by a group of 44 analysts, including 27 professionals and 17 amateurs, is 55.3 million units of iPhone for the three-month period ended December 31. The projected iPhone sales figure represents a growth of 16 per cent from the corresponding three-month period of the previous year.
Luxury auto giant Chevrolet this year bagged awards for both categories in the prominent North American Car and Truck of the Year event.
While the 2014 Corvette Stingray sports car has been named as the North American Car of the Year, the 2014 Silverado 1500 pickup truck picked the award for in the truck/utility category.
It is for the first time in Chevrolet's history that the company has bagged awards for both categories. It is the second consecutive year when a vehicle from General Motors has bagged the award. Last year, the top honor was bagged by the
Redmond-based tech giant Microsoft has released the revamped firmware update for the Surface Pro 2 tablet, and earliest reports suggest that the re-released update is free of the issues of the past.
Late last year, Microsoft had suffered unprecedented backlash from several users of the Surface Pro 2 tablets for the problems that they had suffered after updating their devices to the firmware update released at that time.
Diabetics may in the future be able know their blood sugar levels without getting their fingers pricked as Google may soon enable diabetics to detect high and low blood sugar readings through tears.
The new project, co-founded by Google’s Brian Otis and Babak Parviz, aims at creating contact lenses for patients of diabetes that will check their glucose levels through tears from the eyes.
The smart contact lenses will contain a mini wireless chip plus a tiny glucose sensor positioned between two layers of soft contact lens material.
The official Gran Turismo documentary titled "Kaz: Pushing the Virtual Divide" will be debut on popular streaming platform Hulu on 22nd of January, Sony confirmed on Friday.
The documentary, which has been named after Gran Turismo franchise creator Kazunori Yamauchi, will disclose historical video recordings and never-before-told stories from connoisseurs of the automotive & gaming industries.
The short film will allow viewers to get a closer look at the life of Kaz, who started his career as a professional racer and later founded game studio Polyphony Digital.
Consumer electronics giant LG has yet to officially unveil its Optimus F3Q smartphone, but new leaks have revealed almost everything about the yet-to-be-announced phone.
According to a new image posted to Twitter by well-know leaker @evleaks, the Android-based LG Optimus F3Q smartphone will feature a 4-inch display with a screen resolution of 800 by 480 pixels, and a slider with a five-row physical keyboard.
Tech giant Apple has worked out a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to refund children's in-app purchases on the company's popular iOS devices. The in-app purchases were made by children from Apple devices, without the permission of their parents.
According to the terms of Apple's settlement with the FTC, the company will refund an amount of $32.5 million to American parents whose children ran up huge bills from the in-app purchases they made using Apple devices.
In a recent statement, Russia's Internet giant Yandex NV has revealed that it has partnered with popular social network Facebook; and will, as a result of the partnership agreement, get access to public content of Facebook users.
With Yandex's share of Russia's Internet search market being nearly two times that of Google, the partnership with Facebook will make Yandex the second search engine - the first being Microsoft's Bing search engine - to gain access to the huge database of Facebook social network.
The ongoing price war in the U. S. telecom industry would hurt operators' revenues and cut into their profits, many analysts believe.
Earlier this month, AT&T announced that it would offer up a credit of up to $450 to customers who would switch from T-Mobile USA to its network. AT&T also announced it would also trade in their smartphones.
Micro-blogging site Twitter on Tuesday announced new targeting options that allow marketers to target ads more precisely using customers' email addresses or Twitter ID information.
The new targeting options mark an extension of the company's last month's "tailored audiences" program that allowed marketers to use browser based cookies to retarget ads on the social network.
Lenovo's newly unveiled ThinkPad 8, which aims to bridge the worlds of handheld and desktop computers, has specifically designed for business use. It has some unique features that are expected to help attract attention of business uses for sure.
The ThinkPad 8 runs on Windows 8.1 OS, features an 8.3-inch display that offers a resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels. The display is larger and the resolution is higher than other Windows-based tablets of its approximate size.
- Bitcoin investors call for protection after collapse of two major Bitcoin platforms
- South Yorkshire cottage has been crashed into by 40 cars over last 14 years
- Doctors to Reconstruct People's Faces with Stem Cells from their Fat
- $10 Urine Test is Twice as Accurate as Existing Tests for Prostate Cancer Diagnosis
- People Shorter in height May be Short of Intellect too: Study