Nintendo Co’s smash hit Pokemon Go was unleashed on South Korea on Tuesday, six months after it was released elsewhere in the world, a delay caused by security fears over Google Maps.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd indicated on Monday that its latest flagship Galaxy S smartphone could be delayed as it pledged to enhance product safety.
Hugo Barra, the most prominent global executive at China’s Xiaomi Inc and the face of the smartphone maker’s global expansion, has left the company citing health concerns and a new role.
When Singapore pulls the plug on its 2G mobile phone network this year, thousands of people could be stuck without a signal.
BREAKING NEWS as of January 24, 2017 7:11 pm Pokemon Go unleashed on game-mad South Korea six months late China's online population reaches 731 million After Note 7 report, Samsung may delay launch of new Galaxy S8 Xiaomi exec Barra, who drove smartphone maker's global push, steps down Singapore 2G switchoff highlights digital divide Autodesk forecasts emerging high tech jobs in 2017 and beyond HP Enterprise buys US software startup for $650 mn Oracle opens start-up accelerator in Israel for cloud innovation Cyber security trends for 2017 Organizations commit to support further cancer research Palit releases GeForce GTX 1080 Dual OC Say hello to Huawei’s most powerful business phone yet – the Huawei Mate 9 CES 2017 | At the Consumer Electronics Show, tech moves into the nursery CES 2017 | Razer unveils concept laptop for multi-monitor immersive gaming
Discover the latest technology on show at the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Toyota unveils a new concept car featuring digital displays and an artificial intelligence system at CES 2017, while Sony wows visitors with a dazzling OLED TV that uses innovative ‘acoustic surface’ technology.
The world’s first gaming laptop capable of housing three individual G-Sync displays ushers-in a new level of immersive gaming possibilities.
A selfie-taking drone that follows and photographs its owner and a home robot that plays music and keeps you company are just some of the latest technological innovations at CES Las Vegas.
A South Korean robotics company has unveiled their prototype of a giant 1.5 tonne two legged robot that can carry and be controlled by a human pilot.
Companies are developing new sensing algorithms in a bid to understand the dynamics of driving data to find out who – or what – is at fault when autonomous vehicles have an accident.
Billed as “the world’s first true jetpack,” JetPack Aviation shows off its JB-10 jet turbine-powered backpack, capable of vertical takeoff and landing.
The app teaching people over the age of 40 to take off their reading glasses and see clearly again within a matter of months, if they have the discipline for a rigid training program.
A new surgical robot is delicate enough to perform eye operations with more accuracy than human hands, according to the developers.
Researchers in Belgium are developing a sensitive ‘electronic nose’ that can detect pesticides and nerve gas in very low concentrations, using substances they call ‘microscopic sponges’.
It was once the home of Britain’s codebreakers during World War Two. Now more than 70 years later, Bletchley Park is preparing to host the UK’s first national college of cyber education, with a first intake of students starting in September 2018.
Touch-responsive instruments and synthesisers from music tech start-up ROLI use gestures such as presses, bends and slides to offer a new level of musical expression.
Combining a bit of movie magic and state of the art technology, a California start-up has unveiled a new type of robot packed with personality.
A “smart” drinking glass embedded with a microchip gathers data on drinker preferences for beverage companies, while the customer is offered perks and promotions in exchange.
Playing classic video games like Pac-Man with living single-celled microbes thinner than a human hair is now possible thanks to a new interactive microscope developed by bioengineers at Stanford University.
Oxford scientists demonstrate how spider webs are superbly tuned instruments for vibration transmission; relaying information on prey, potential mates and web condition.