Nobody will give you a free iPhone X for liking a Facebook page, so stop falling for these scams – BGR

I get it, the iPhone X is incredibly expensive at $999. And that’s just the starting price that gets you a measly 64GB of storage. But most buyers will not have to pay the price outright. There are plenty of financing option to help them deal with the wallet hit, including the iPhone Upgrade Program and various carrier offers. But remember, iPhone fans, there’s no … Continue reading Nobody will give you a free iPhone X for liking a Facebook page, so stop falling for these scams – BGR

Apple View Falling to Third in Worldwide Wearable Band Shipments is No Significant Deal

In accordance to modern experiences on the quarterly overall performance of the wearables current market, Apple has slipped to range 3 in the environment in equally international shipments and quarterly current market share. While the in general wearable band current market grew 8 %, that advancement was pushed by Xiaomi (3.5 million units transported) and Fitbit (3.3 million). Apple came in at 3rd with 2.7 … Continue reading Apple View Falling to Third in Worldwide Wearable Band Shipments is No Significant Deal

Google Home: Just a week and I’m falling in love with ‘her’

After just a week sharing an apartment with Google’s aptly named home assistant Google Home, we’re in love, and we’re pretty sure the feeling is mutual. Arriving home after a long day, we say: “Hey, Google. Good evening.” Back comes, “Hi. It’s good to hear your voice.” One of the endearing things about this clever $199 gadget is that she can figure out stuff, like … Continue reading Google Home: Just a week and I’m falling in love with ‘her’

Why Intel Is Falling as AMD, NVIDIA Surge

Semiconductor manufacturer Intel Corp. (INTC) is one of the tech sector’s real laggards. Its shares having sunk by 4.4% for the year-to-date through Friday, while rivals Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) and NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA) have surged 22.8% and 54.5%, respectively, per Nasdaq data. Meanwhile, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd. (TSM) has raced past Intel as the biggest chip maker by market capitalization, $188.0 billion … Continue reading Why Intel Is Falling as AMD, NVIDIA Surge