Twitter's little-loved new habit of putting other users' favorited tweets into your timeline may well be changing, it's reported, though only to clarify why they're showing up, not stop them altogether. The short-message social network began frustrating users earlier this month, by effectively treating some favorited tweets as favorites in how they were displayed to other users. Now, some background on exactly how that's decided - and how it might be evolving - has emerged.
Ford is finally readying a true rival to the Toyota Prius, insiders claim, with a new hybrid designed from the ground-up with eco technology said to be in the pipeline for the 2019 model year. The car, currently unnamed but said to be going under the C240 codename, is expected to be built on Ford's C2 global compact architecture, as well as improve on range and efficiency from the company's existing Earth-friendly models.
We're in the final countdown to the iPhone 6, which as with any big Apple launch means it's time for the doomsday predictions of limited supply and production problems. As with previous Retina display devices - like the second generation iPad mini - it's the iPhone 6's screen technology said to be causing headaches this time around, with ominous chatter of production lines sitting idle as last-minute design glitches were worked out.
Just like we find with the iPhone 6, Galaxy Note 4 details are poorly guarded and flying around freely. This time, we get details on the camera for Samsung’s big-screened big seller. Not only an impressive megapixel count, the camera on Samsung’s Note 4 might have another neat hardware trick up its sleeve.
We definitely can't get enough of iPhone 6 leaks and rumors, especially this close to Apple's expected September media event. Our focus once again shift to the more controversial of the two, the 5.5-inch model that will be stretching not only the limits of Apple's smartphone line but probably even the loyalty and faith of its fans.
There is another leaker following in the footsteps of Edward Snowden, and the military doesn't like what he or she is revealing. The Intercept has been revealing information believed to be from this leaker, and for this reason the military has ordered its personnel to avoid the website, citing security issues.
We all love to pontificate about what the iPhone 6 will be, but one thing that has fans a bit worried is the camera. We’ve heard conflicting reports of the megapixel count, but that doesn’t excuse that the iPhone 6 hardware might stick up from the rear of the phone. As it turns out, it might not be as bad as you think.
Sony, who makes cameras and smartphones among other things, seems to be bent on appealing to the nascent selfie generation. This time, however, it might just be taking things a bit too far. Leaked photos coming from China betray the fact that the OEM is working on yet another selfie-centric device, but with a rather ridiculous looking design.
The iPhone 6 hits keep coming, and this one is our first look at what we might actually have in-hand. Feld & Volk have made a name for themselves recently, sharing a slew of parts and components they say are from the new iPhone. This time, they’ve put the package together, showing us what the iPhone 6 might look like top to bottom.