28 April 2016 4By John CallahamIDC says the first quarter of 2016 saw a decline in overall tablet shipments worldwide. However, it also saw a new high for detachable tablets such as the iPad Pro family in the quarter.
28 April 2016 6By Joseph KellerAMC has released its official app for the Apple TV, offering on-demand streaming of full episodes. While you'll need to login with your cable account in order to watch most of them, select episodes are available for free.
28 April 2016 1By Rich EdmondsThe little BB-8 unit can now be yours for just £104, just make sure you keep him safe from the prying eyes of the First Order. The Sphero robot can connect to your smartphone allowing you to pilot the mobile unit around the home.
28 April 2016By Rich EdmondsD3 Go and Marvel have announced an event for Marvel Puzzle Quest based on the upcoming film Captain America: Civil War. As well as providing new content for those who enjoy the game to tackle, this event also helps the companies market the new film, making it a win-win for everyone.
28 April 2016By Rich EdmondsApple has launched the company's CareKit platform, an open-source platform to empower people with data about their health. Unlike ResearchKit, which is being deployed in nationwide medical studies, CareKit is designed for the collection of health data for personal use.
28 April 2016 5By Rich EdmondsPhilips has rolled out an update for the official Hue lighting app on both iOS and Android. This latest release completely revamps the experience with a brand new UI. As well as much-needed design improvements, the Philips Hue app has also received some new functionality, making the release a welcomed one to pump some life back into the official app.
28 April 2016 3By Harish JonnalagaddaApple is getting closer to its bid to open retail stores in India. According to India's foreign direct investment norms, foreign brands undertaking single-brand license — which allows them to set up retail stores and sell products directly to customers — must source 30% of the materials locally.
27 April 2016 7By Harish JonnalagaddaAT&T has announced that it will decommission its 2G EDGE network by the end of 2016. CFO John Stevens told Wireless Week that the carrier has moved over 6 million subscribers off the legacy network over the last 12 months.