Japan Display’s mainstay liquid crystal display (LCD) business has been slumping due to Apple Inc’s recent shift away from LCD, and disappointing sales of the iPhone XR, the only LCD model in Apple’s 2018 line-up. Japan Display Inc will begin to supply organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens for the Apple Watch later this year, two

Google’s ill-fated social network has officially met its demise. Starting today, the search giant is beginning the process of deleting all user content uploaded to Google+, making good on its promise last December to shut down the site. While Google+ had amassed millions of users, very few of them were actually posting on the site,

NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The company’s Second Generation Xeon Scalable Processors address the processing demands of data-centric workloads such as AI, machine learning and 5G. Intel’s rollout of the latest generation of its Xeon server processors at a time when its dominant position in the data center is being challenged like it hasn’t in more than a

WhatsApp is also rolling out the ability to listen to consecutive voice messages with the latest 2.19.86 beta update WhatsApp is now rolling out a new 2.19.86 update to its Android Beta users which brings the much-talked frequently forwarded label feature. As the name itself suggests, WhatsApp will start labelling the messages which are very frequently forwarded

April Fools joke this isn’t, especially after Microsoft reportedly banned such shenanigans from making it outside of the company. Rumors about a more powerful entry-level Surface Book 2 has been going around for almost a month now so it’s no surprise that it’s real and finally here. Even better, if you’re not a fan of a fan-less

Google’s email service Gmail that has nearly 1.5 billion monthly active users turned 15 on Monday. Created by Paul Buchheit on April 1, 2004, Gmail started with an initial storage capacity of one gigabyte per user. Today, Gmail allows 15GB free storage. Users can receive emails up to 50MB in size, including attachments, while they can send

TOKYO — It can’t dribble, let alone slam dunk, yet Toyota’s basketball robot hardly ever misses a free throw or 3-pointer. The 207-centimeter (six-foot, 10-inch) tall machine made 5 of 8 3-point shots in a demonstration in a Tokyo suburb Monday, a ratio its engineers say is worse than usual. Toyota Motor Corp.’s robot, called

Similar to the V15 Pro, the V15 comes with pop-up selfie camera, gradient finish design, tripe AI based rear cameras, Android 9 Pie, and 4000mAh battery. Should you buy the phone for Rs 23,990? After launching the V15 Pro in February, Vivo launched the V15 in India last month. Starting today the Vivo V15 will be available

A hybrid-electric plane made in the UK could be ferrying people on short journeys through the skies by 2025. If the concept plane was ever manufactured it would be able to complete the journey from London to Manchester  in just 42 minutes, significantly faster than HS2, its designers claim. Start-up firm Faradair revealed it wanted to become

A driverless car can make high-speed turns using a machine learning algorithm that studied footage of similar manouevres. The type of artificial intelligence is called a neural network and is loosely based on how our brains work. More than 200,000 motion samples taken from test drives on an icy track near the Arctic circle to