For all those Nvidia Shield tablet fans and owners out there, the semiconductor giant has said that the tablet won’t be blessed with the Android 8.0 Oreo update. The Nvidia Shield saw two iterations – the original one launched in 2014 and subsequently the K1 launched in 2015. Both the tablets did garner a respectable following and over their life have received quite a few updates including Android OS updates…
North Korea’s Foreign Minister accused US President Donald Trump on Monday of declaring war on his country and warned that Pyongyang would defend itself by shooting down US bombers.
From this, HRW is claiming the conditions could endanger millions of other workers from other states around the Gulf, insisting the breaks allocated do not protect the workers.
Twitter users may no longer struggle to cram all their thoughts into one tweet, with the social media platform to trial a longer 280-character limit.
Kansas State football player Trent Tanking is a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame announced Wednesday.
ZOPO, a lesser known Shenzhen-based smartphone maker has just launched the cheapest bezel-less display phones in India.
While many of us enjoy a good, old-fashioned absurd open-world game from Volition, it seems that their latest title Agents of Mayhem just didn’t do well enough.
The mode is free, and transforms the world of Skyrim into “a land of unrelenting cold and harsh wilderness”, in a similar manner to PC mods like Frostfall and iNeed.
Apple’s iOS 11 was released the other day and as expected, it seems that it did not take iOS users long to update their devices because according to a report from Mixpanel (via MacRumors), iOS 11 has since been installed on 10% of iOS devices after the first 24 hours of the update being released.
“Vivo has been riding on the success of its selfie-centric phones. Through V7+, we are confident that its premium design and superior camera feature with “Full View” display will offer great value to customers”, said Kent Cheng, CEO, Vivo India. Vivo V7+ comes with a 5.99-inch FullView HD display and it carries an aspect ratio of 18:9 along with an 84.4 percent screen-to-body ratio.