Apple fans and smartphone lovers can mark today as one of the most influential days in the history of consumer technology. Ten years ago today the iPhone was unleashed, changing the face of mobile tech, and launching Apple back from the brink of irrelevancy.
On day two of CES 2017, Nvidia announced its new SHIELD TV media streamer; Samsung showed off its new gaming notebook the Odyssey, Sony is releasing a 4K Blu-ray to the mass market; LG unveiled it’s Gram 14 laptop, and Asus show how busy they’ve been.
The holidays are upon us once again, with only a couple of week until Christmas hits. Are you stressing about what to get that gadget lover in your life? Maybe you are considering taking advantage of holiday prices to get something for yourself? Whatever the case, here are some of the 2016 best tech gifts you can pick up right now.
OnePlus had a massive hit six months ago when they launched the OnePlus 3, a new kind of smartphone with a focus on affordability without skimping on features. Now, they are already announcing a new model that has improved functionality, even though a full year has not yet passed.
The OnePlus 3T, the company promises, will be a similar device with some new goodies thrown into the mix.
LeEco wants to create an ecosystem of smart devices that connect you with content across multiple platforms. Enter the Le Pro3 Ecophone; Designed for entertainment and to be an integral part of LeEco’s digital environment.
LeEco Le Pro 3 Hardware
The hardware is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 CPU with 4GB RAM. Internal memory is 64GB. The screen is a 5.5-inch FHD screen with1080p, 403PPI and Corning Gorilla Glass 3. For security, there’s a fingerprint reader on the device. The colours are gold or grey.
Just when you thought the saga of Samsung and the Galaxy Note 7 couldn’t get any weirder, it has. The South Korean tech company has announced that they will no longer be making the device. The reason? More fires, but this time from the replacement devices they sent to consumers burned (both figuratively and literally) the first time around.
The Galaxy Note 7…A No Go
Customers eagerly awaited their replacement devices following the disastrous self immolation of their brand new smartphones. It came on the tail end of some confusing messages about what to expect, as spokespeople contradicted one another in the scramble to figure out what was wrong.