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In a new YouTube video that will surely make any tablet owner’s knuckles whiten and teeth clench, the latest iPad Air 2 undergoes a bend test to see how much pressure it can endure.
See also: 14 Things Thicker Than the iPad Air 2
YouTube user Martin Macht starts bending his new iPad Air 2 with his bare hands, but the bend turns into a break. Tiny pieces start to fall off and the screen shatters, leaving…
LG announced an octa-core NUCLUN chip on Thursday, a mobile application processor built for “high performance and low energy consumption,” and next-gen LTE networks.
The chip will debut in the company’s new G3 Screen, a 5.9-inch phone resembling the company’s popular LG G3 device. The only catch: its G3 Screen is developed specifically for the Korean market, according to LG.
When the chip makes it to LG’s other smartphone offerings, it…
It’s been quite the year of ups and downs for Apple: From the unveiling of the Apple Watch to the disastrous iOS 8.0.1 update; from the rollout of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to the PR nightmare that was BendGate.
But things seem to be going more smoothly for Apple this week, as the company stock hit an all-time high this week
It’s safe to say, though, through the peaks and valleys of 2014, it’s been quite a year for Apple. To take a look back at Apple’s year as a whole, Mashable is…
Tumblr rolled out a series of improvements to its video player Thursday, including infinite looping and the ability to watch clips off to the side of a page while still staying in a stream to look at new content.
The popular blogging site is looking for ways to enhance its user engagement. This latest news comes just days after owner Yahoo reported that Tumblr grew its audience 40% (from 300 million to 420 million users) since it acquired the site in 2013. Tumblr could bring in $100 million…
Diamonds are forever; sapphires, evidently, are not.
GT Advanced Technologies announced that it will cease sapphire glass production as part of a settlement agreement with Apple, GT announced in a press release.
GT took an upfront payment to provide Apple…
The indestructible Nokia phone is no more
Microsoft, which bought the company’s mobile division this past April, has announced it will no longer use the name for future devices. Instead, its Nokia Lumia smartphones will simply be called Microsoft Lumia moving forward.
Nokia, best known for its sturdy hardware and early innovation in the mobile market, has had a long history in the cellular spotlight. From dominating the mobile market in the late ’90s to partnering with Microsoft in 2011 for…
The rollout of Apple Pay has reignited interest in mobile payments — but most consumers are still using plastic to pay
Now MasterCard, one of Apple’s partners, aims to change that with a series of commercials highlighting how Apple Pay is easy to use in the context of everyday life
See also: Apple Pay: The Real-World Test