Snapchat’s first hardware product is coming to the market sooner than anyone expected. The company said tonight that it will sell Spectacles, a set of connected sunglasses that record 10-second snippets of video, for $130 sometime this fall. It also rebranded itself as Snap, Inc. — a reflection of a fact that the company now makes more than its flagship app, co-founder and CEO Evan Spiegel told the Wall Street Journal.
If you cast your minds all the way back to May, you may recall that ASUS launched five handsets as part of its new ZenFone 3 range. Unfortunately, global availability hasn’t been particularly forthcoming since then, but the Zenfone 3 Deluxe and Laser models are today finally available in the US..
If you were hoping that Google would finally jump on the water resistant mobile phone bandwagon with these new upcoming Pixel smartphones, then you can stop holding your breath. It seems that sources are saying that the new Android reference mobile phones from Google will not carry such features, so you can forget your plans […]
Samsung has announced that 500,000 replacement Galaxy Note 7 handsets have been shipped to US stores to be made available from September 21. The company hasn’t had the easiest time recently, having voluntarily issued a recall for its US Note 7 devices after reports of a major battery flaw on September 2..
Google has just announced it will be holding an event on October 4th in San Francisco, where it will likely unveil its latest smartphones (which may or may not be released under the Nexus brand). The company uploaded a short teaser video to YouTube that shows the date, as well as a rectangle in the shape of a smartphone, and the Google “G” logo..