Apple's developers conference kicks off soon, and with it could come the introduction of a cheaper iMac and 8GB iPhone 5s, it has been suggested. The information goes on to suggest how Apple will go about reducing the cost of the iMac, something that would better position it against competitors.
Remember Quentin Tarantino's ill-fated script for The Hateful Eight? It leaked earlier this year, and the result -- at least for a while -- seemed to be the complete nixing of the project. That decision was eventually reversed, and now it has leaked that filming for the movie will kick off this coming November.
Yahoo is planning to introduce its own YouTube alternative this upcoming summer, according to "people brief on their plans." It is said the company wanted its video service to be known by now, having intended to reveal it last month, but ran into contract snafus that caused a delay.
Late last year, it was announced that a live-action series of Marvel Comic's Daredevil would be coming by way of Netflix. Who would play the super hero wasn't known at the time, but it seems a decision may have been made: Charlie Cox of Boardwalk Empire has been tipped for the role.
There’s been a lot of chatter about the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, but little about the larger 5.5-inch screen size we’re expecting. Furthermore, what about the tried-and-true 4-inch variety? News out of Asia suggests Apple has decided on their supply chain, and we’ll be getting all three devices.
Following shortly after Apple's tipped smart home ambitions for WWDC 2014, news has surfaced from different sources that Google has similar ambitions, turning its sights on the home security market. Under this ambition, it is said the company's Nest division is toying with the idea of acquiring Dropcam.
Apple will turn the iPhone into a smart home hub at WWDC 2014 in early June, insiders claim, revealing a "big play" to make iOS the heart of home automation. One of the technologies announced at the annual Worldwide Developer Conference, which kicks off on June 2nd, will aim to make setting up and using a smart home system more straightforward, it's said, potentially using a new Apple TV as the core.
Google's Project Tango is set to spawn a new device, so the leaks would have it, with the company tipped to be readying 4,000 prototype 3D scanning tablets just in time for Google I/O late in June. Whether they'll be I/O giveaways or something else is unclear at this stage, though the goal is believed to be furnishing developers ahead of a broader launch. What's interesting, however, is that Google already had a Project Tango tablet: in fact, it replaced it with the current developer device.
The LG G3 isn't due to make its official debut until next Tuesday, but LG can't help its pre-show teasing, including showing us the sleek design of the Android smartphone and name-checking its laser autofocus camera. Expected to be unveiled in London on May 27th, the G3 has today got a trio of new video clips that confirm its QHD 2560 x 1440 display among other things.