iPhone 7 explodes, see what Reddit users have to say

A Reddit user, with username u/kroopthesnoop, recently uploaded photos showing the newly released Apple's iPhone 7 in a burnt state. Closer look at the photo and reactions of users on Reddit will bring a few things to limelight: Why is the phone with an older package instead of the new modified package that shipped with the iPhone 7 & 7 plus? The...

What tweeters think about MOMENT…

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  https://twitter.com/twitter/status/781160119358763008 The Twitter story telling feature was initially available for only a selected few. Today, it has been rolled out for everyone. For now, it looks like Moments can only be created on the desktop. There’ll be a button on everyone’s profile page to start building one; it’ll then take you to a new screen where you can search for the tweets...

Blackberry now want to focus on software and security

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"The company plans to end all internal hardware development and will outsource that function to partners," said CEO John Chen in a statement. Elsewhere he stated: "We are reaching an inflection point with our strategy. Our financial foundation is strong, and our pivot to software is taking hold." This isn't surprising news considering BlackBerry's ongoing struggle in the mobile market....

Snapchat’s Spectacles will feel like snapping photos and recording videos

Why use a pair of video sunglasses... instead of holding up your smartphone like everyone else? Because, Spiegel says, the images that result are fundamentally different. Spectacles’ camera uses a 115-degree-angle lens, wider than a typical smartphone’s and much closer to the eyes’ natural field of view. The video it records is circular, more like human vision. WSJ Has anyone really...