Google Goes Global With 10 Events for New Pixel Phones

Alphabet’s Google will unveil the third edition of its Pixel smartphone at 10 media events across the world on Tuesday, a hint that it is prepared to expand geographic distribution of a device it hopes someday is as popular as Apple’s iPhone. Google’s free Android software operates most of the world’s smartphones. But the

Red Dead Redemption 2 Tipped to Have a Feature Similar to Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Exploration Mode

Red Dead Redemption 2 might have a feature similar to the ‘Exploration Mode’ in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, according to a new report. On Monday, fan site Rockstar Intel tweeted that “if you turn off the mini-map [in Red Dead Redemption 2, non-playable characters’] dialogue will change – giving you directions involving routes and landmarks”.

Lenovo, ZTE Shares Tumble as Investors Fret Over Impact of Chip Hack Report

Shares in Lenovo Group and ZTE Corp plunged on Friday, hurt by concerns their sales could suffer in the wake of a Bloomberg report that US companies’ systems had been infiltrated by malicious computer chips inserted by Chinese spies. Bloomberg Businessweek cited 17 unidentified sources from intelligence agencies and business that Chinese spies had placed computer chips

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Multiplayer Map List at Launch Revealed

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 release date is October 12 and in the run up to this, developer Treyarch has confirmed what multiplayer maps you can expect at launch. As Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has no single-player campaign, a lot of the focus has gone onto ensuring its multiplayer, battle royale

Sharp Aquos Zero With Android Pie, OLED Display Launched: Price, Specifications

Sharp has expanded its portfolio and has announced the Aquos Zero smartphone in Japan. The big highlight of the device is its OLED panel made in-house, its display notch, 6GB RAM, and water and dust resistance capabilities. The pricing and exact availability details are not known at the moment, but the company

Facebook Wins Court Battle Over Law Enforcement Access to Encrypted Phone Calls

A federal judge in California ruled this month that the government cannot force Facebook to break the encryption on its popular Messenger voice app in a criminal case in which agents wanted to intercept a suspect’s conversations, according to several individuals familiar with the case. The decision, which remains under seal, dealt a setback