Sleeping rats dream of places they wish to go, according to a new study.
Galaxy Note 5 might sport the same major design changes that were introduced with Galaxy S6, according to an image leak by reliable French tech site nowhereelse.fr.
Upcoming iPhones, rumored to be called iPhone 6s (& iPhone 7), with force touch screen are already in production, according to Bloomberg.
Amazon has released new update for Kindle users that would bring private Facebook and WhatsApp sharing of book previews and quotes.
Samsung has made a U-turn and has promised to unblock Windows update in the next few days.
Apple watch has lunched in seven new countries: Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, and Taiwan. The wearable will be launching in three more countries: The Netherlands, Sweden, and Thailand on July 17.
OnePlus 2, the much awaited successor of OnePlus One is officially releasing on July 27, the company announced. To make the launch more dramatic, OnePlus will be going Virtual Reality way, ditching traditional style of product launches.
Next iteration of MacBook Air is expected to sport thinner design to tackle the upcoming Surface Pro 4.
Apple recently released the second developer preview of its upcoming desktop operating system - El Capitan, and according to reports its has hidden Easter eggs hidden, which hint at possible new products on the way.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 could be released sometime in July, according to latest rumors. The tablet (hybrid) could be the first to run Windows 10 out of the box.
Researchers have finally figured out the answer to a question that has been puzzling everyone for a very long time: how did the turtles get their shells?
Matterport, a technology company that lets people explore houses virtually has secured $30 million in Series C funding, led by the investment arm of tech giant Qualcomm.
T-Mobile said Thursday it was adding a new component to its two-year-old Jump smartphone upgrade plan, giving customers the option of removing the $10 monthly fee and allowing customers to upgrade whenever they want.
A startup, based in San Fransisco, has created a "supercar" that relies on 3D printing for its central structural components and can go from 0-60 in just two seconds.
Dropbox has announced a new milestone: 400 million users. The company also announced that there are now 50 countries around the world in which at least 1 million individuals have Dropbox accounts.
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