ZTE launched Axon M last year, which was technically a foldable smartphone, but not the kind we all were dreaming of. Unsurprisingly, it didn’t take the market by storm. However, the company says it’s committed to the idea, and will expand its foldable phone lineup. ZTE’s vice president of marketing Jeff Yee said this during an interview at the recently concluded CES. The executive added that the Axon M received a positive feedback from those who purchased it, but also acknowledged there’s a lot of room for improvement. “We’ll eventually get to something that’s truly bendable,” Yee…
Things are still a little slow since the holiday rush, which has actually been pretty nice as I’ve been able to get all sorts of things done that got pushed to the back burner with how wild December was for iOS game releases. In honor of Houseplant Appreciation Day, there’s a tiny bundle of new iOS games that have hit our forums recently. The App Store is a weird platform, as on anything else (except maybe Steam), this list of releases would be an overwhelming number of games. In the mobile universe, it’s just another slow Wednesday.
Stay tuned for a full roundup later this evening, where hopefully we have a few surprises. It’s about time to start speculating when Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is going to get released again, isn’t it?
We have seen reports of OnePlus and partner Amazon launching the OnePlus 5T Lava Red variant in India on January 26. Now, a new report from Techook claims the launch will be pulled forward to Tuesday, January 23. Neither OnePlus nor Amazon India have given any official comment on the matter. The Lava Red OnePlus 5T is one of the latest variants of the device, alongside the Star Wars Limited Edition and the white Sandstone variant. Source
2017 may be the year that developments in the tech world truly were overshadowed by other world events: deepening divisions in the United States and the looming threat of war with North Korea; numerous sexual misconduct scandals; terrorist attacks in Europe and elsewhere; and the announcement of yet another royal wedding in the United Kingdom, to name just a few. With all of that going on, it would be easy to overlook Apple’s introduction of another iPhone or Nintendo’s comeback with a hit video game console. TechNewsWorld