Microsoft on Wednesday launched a subscription service for Xbox, letting players pay a monthly fee for access to a library of videogames for its console.
Samsung investigating Galaxy S8 'iris hack'
Samsung Electronics is investigating claims by a German hacking group that it fooled the iris recognition system of the new flagship Galaxy S8 device, the firm said Wednesday.
Revmatas: ICT innovation is at speed of thought, fired by consumers’ imagination
Mr. Emmanouil Revmatas is Director and Business Leader, Information Technology and Mobile, Samsung Electronics West Africa. In this interaction with newsmen, he explains trends in ICT. Many have argued that the frequent upgrade of Samsung devices is just a business gimmick and has little to do with consumer needs. How will the S8 device help…
US judge dismisses discrimination suit by Texas 'clock boy'
Ahmed Mohamed, who was 14 at the time, became an internet sensation after being handcuffed and detained for hours for bringing his "invention" -- a circuit board wired to a digital display -- to school in the Texas city of Irving, near Dallas.
Nigerians welcome Samsung S8+ devices
The devices are available in Midnight Black, Orchid Gray and Maple Gold colours with internal memory of 64GB and up to 256GB microSD support.
Apple starting US tech manufacturing fund with $1 bn
Apple chief Tim Cook on Wednesday announced Apple is creating a fund to get more people in the US to do "advanced manufacturing," kicking it off with a billion dollars.
A Sony-Nintendo battle will see them slay another dragon
Analysts have been saying it, traders have been saying it, and now finally the company itself on Friday said it.
Apple halts license payments to Qualcomm in ‘all-out war’
The world’s largest publicly-traded technology company and one of the main suppliers of components to the iPhone, its most important product, have traded accusations of lying, making threats and trying to create an illegal monopoly.
Samsung 8 displays screen problems, as operator fixes hitches
Newly launched Samsung Galaxy S8, and S8+, appear to have encountered another issue, as customers are already complaining that the devices malfunction.They are complaining that the displays are showing a red tint.
Digital market hits $950b as IFA consumer electronics show nears
According to Messe Berlin, this will be done by giving IFA Global Markets much more space at dedicated venue, where manufacturers can show their design and source components for future products.
Phone maker taps Nigerian demand for low-cost smartphones
A smartphone manufacturer has set up its first factory in Nigeria’s commercial hub of Lagos to provide Africa’s biggest mobile market with low-cost smartphones amid an economic recession. AfriOne’s devices, using the Android operating system, will cost from 29,000 naira ($92) to 33,000 naira, targeting middle-income buyers in a country of about 180 million people,…