22 June 2016 8By Marc LagaceWhether you’re a notorious procrastinator or just looking to block out some unwanted distractions when you need to buckle down and focus, here are the best Chrome extensions for staying productive.
22 June 2016 38By Phil NickinsonSamsung's Gear 360 is the 360-degree camera we've all been waiting for. It stands out. It has the power of one of the world's biggest tech companies behind it. ... And it's a somewhat frustrating product.
22 June 2016 137By Rich EdmondsThere's a new report that states Samsung isn't going to bother releasing a flat-screened version of the Galaxy Note 7. According to the Korea Herald, the company only plans to roll out a curved display, usually found on Edge variants.
22 June 2016 3By Harish JonnalagaddaSamsung is doubling down on the Internet of Things. The company acquired U.S. cloud service provider Joyent earlier this month to power its IoT platform, and the vendor announced today that it will spend $1.2 billion over the course of four years in developing IoT applications.
22 June 2016 100By Harish JonnalagaddaLast year, Google said that it will roll out monthly security updates to Nexus devices for three years from their respective launch dates, and platform updates for "at least two years." The search giant is now listing concrete timelines for when guaranteed support will end for each Nexus phone and tablet.
22 June 2016 9By Harish JonnalagaddaSony will no longer manufacture smartphones in Brazil. Although Sony invested R$250m ($83m) last year to expand its mobile unit in the country, the end of tax exemptions for locally made phones that cost up to R$1,500 ($530) has motivated the brand to move away from local production.
21 June 2016 19By Harish JonnalagaddaPopular media player VLC has picked up a major update to version 2.0 that brings a slew of new features. Network playback is now live, with support for DLNA, Windows network sharing, UPnP, NFS, FTP, and SFTP protocols. The media player has also cut down on the number of permissions it requires.
21 June 2016 22By Dan Thorp-LancasterAmazon has begun applying settlement credits to users' accounts as part of Apple's ebook price-fixing settlement. Here's where you can check to see if you've got credit waiting.