Qualcomm is unhappy with the way Apple is ignoring the iPhone sales ban in China. The chip manufacturer wants the court to fine or to detain four Apple attorneys.
Month: December 2018
Israeli radio host and voice actress Galit Gura-Eini claims Apple illegally used her voice for Siri dubbing. A woman sued Apple with a demand to ban the company from using its voice in its products, as well as to pay her compensation.
2018 was supposed to be a remarkable year for Google. But, the "search giant" showed a number of its negative sides which include neglect of private life, issues with products and the treatment of employees and contractors.
On December 27, Instagram turned on horizontal feed scrolling for short while. It didn't go over well with the users.
Sometimes there are moments when you simply get bored with the games without a clear plot or just PvP battles, and you want to dive into the plot of fictional worlds. It's very much like watching an interesting movie or reading an exciting book. We collected five games for iOS which can boast with an engrossing storyline.
Xiaomi has installed a giant Christmas tree of 1008 Mi Play smartphones in one of the shopping centers of Beijing. The company not only broke the world record but also gave visitors fast Internet access.
There's this little time left until New Year, and you haven’t yet decided what to present your family and friends? Keep your head up, we're here for you. And we're continuing searching through dozens of gift options that had to be bought a couple of weeks ago. Better late than never.
2018 was full of ups and downs for many technology companies. Despite all the troubles, Huawei has something to boast of - it managed to sell more than 200 million smartphones during this year.
Engadget journalist Devindra Hardawar summed up the year for audiophiles.
Today, Apple has officially confirmed information about a minor defect in the manufactured 2018 iPads. We're referring to a small bend in the body of the device. The representatives of the company assure users it's just a consequence of the production of the gadget, and this fact does not bear any negative consequences.