A completely unexpected name is now in the running to buy Twitter.
Disney, according to Bloomberg, is exploring the possibility of buying Twitter amid rumors that formal bids will soon be accepted.
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Today, Evan Blass is showing the world what Google’s next streaming device looks like.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 troubles is a nightmare that won’t ever end. Already costing the company upwards of $1 billion, that number might just grow, as replacement devices are seemingly having some major issues. Consumes in South Korea are complaining that their Galaxy Note 7 replacement is not only overheating, but are quickly losing battery power even while being charged, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Uber popularized the idea of an on-demand car service across the world and starting today, in the US, you can now give the gift of Uber with newly released gift cards.
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Google is readying a new Pixel laptop for Q3 2017. With an internal codename of Bison, this laptop would be the first device to show off the long-awaited Android and Chrome OS merger, rumored to be called “Andromeda.”
The Xperia XZ is the newest addition to Sony’s revamped Xperia X line, and it’s set to become the flagship device in the family that the Xperia X curiously was not. It’s high-end and offers the best of what Sony is capable of, but with a matching price tag. Read more
Despite the many poor reviews coming in, Google’s Allo has generated over 1 million installs on Android devices in less than a week.
October 4th is all but certain to tell us how to actually purchase Google Home (as well as some fancy new phones) but it looks like the price tags for Google’s upcoming home automation assistant have leaked ahead of time. Read more
Lately there’s been a ton of buzz over Apple’s incredibly impressive A10 Fusion CPU in the iPhone 7, and an appropriate head scratching over why we don’t see blistering edge processors like that on Android’s side of the fence, especially from Qualcomm, especially since Qualcomm is the de facto flagship CPU manufacturer. Read more