The glimpses of the phone first appeared at the IFA 2016. It comes with a complete metal body and has curved edges on the rear that offer nice grip to hold on. It is rated to deliver up to 96.5 hours of music playback, 13.6 hours of video playback, 48 hours of voice calls, 12.6 hours of Web surfing, and 649 hours of standby time.
A Lenovo exec confirmed that the ZUK Edge will be unveiled as early as next week, but we're still waiting for specific details on the phone's actual launch day. According to leaks, the phone comes with a 5.5-inch LCD display with 1080p resolution. The phone would back on a 13 Megapixel rear camera to click images and record videos, whereas on the front would be an 8 Megapixel camera for clicking ideal selfies.
Black Friday 2016 deals from Apple are now live. With the early iPhone 7 Black Friday 2016 deals you can save $100 to $250 on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in any storage capacity and on most major carriers. I mean, I use Apple products and buy them myself but I've come to expect that Apple will never give you a deal on anything. If you couldn't afford the 9.7 inch iPad before which retails at $600, you can now get it at $449! Apple calls it a "one-day shopping event" but, ...
Capcom the publisher of " Resident Evil 7: Biohazard " confirmed that it supports the cross save feature of the game. The game will be the eleventh entry into the main Resident Evil series, and the first main series installment to be played from a first-person perspective.
Analysts wondered why Tesla would want to take on SolarCity while it's building a big battery factory in Nevada and preparing to launch its first mass-market vehicle, the Model 3, due out at the end of 2017. SolarCity shares rose a penny to $19.83, down from $26.40 in June. According to the CEO, the saving on electricity bills will be a bonus for customers.
Germany's biggest airline Lufthansa has cancelled 35 flights on Sunday (Nov 28) as the fallout from a four-day strike by pilots over pay spilled into a fifth day. "We have to talk", Bettina Volkens, the Lufthansa board member in charge of human resources, told the newspaper. Each strike day means a loss of about $11 million to the company, Lufthansa has said, saying the damage to customer confidence and to its image was incalculable.