CEO Brian Krzanich revealed that the charging station is being released before the end of the year and failed to give any information on how much it will cost.
It’s rumoured that the new version of Google’s mobile OS will land on the two Samsung devices at some point in late November or early December.
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A user of the site told the BBC that he first noticed the flaw way back in February when it was reported to eBay in the form of a chat log yet it remained a problem for months afterwards.
Users aren’t being moved to download the new OS in large numbers with a number of reasons given including the size of the file being too large and users waiting for new devices to be delivered.
Anyone that downloads the next version of Android will see encryption turned on automatically and it follows a similar move by Apple on iOS 8.
Stage one of the James Dyson Awards is over, and the national winners have been announced, revealing some fascinating solutions to modern and future issues.
The network operator has put aside enough handsets to account for the orders that were made at Phones 4u stores or on its website prior to the company going into administration.
Girl power is on the rise in the games world as new research has revealed that women now represent 52 per cent of the UK's gaming community.
Microsoft's planned cull of 18,000 employees worldwide has continued with the closure of its esteemed research lab in Mountain View, California, resulting in around 50 job losses.
The new flagship Apple phones have gone on sale, and straight off the bat iFixit has pulled them to bits, examined those bits, and written up their thoughts online.