LG recently unveiled a trio of new Bluetooth speaker collections ahead of the IFA 2016 tech conference taking place in Berlin September 2-7. The new speakers are called the PH2, PH3, and PH4 and "run the range from casual to audiophile grade" in order to suit the listening style of each LG customer. The cheapest ...continue reading LG Announces New Collection of Bluetooth Speakers Coming This Fall

Apple plans to announce new Apple Watch models this fall with improved health tracking and GPS chips, according to a new Bloomberg report that confirms previous rumors we've heard about the Apple Watch 2. The upcoming Apple Watch 2 will not, however, feature cellular connectivity to make it less dependent on the iPhone, as Apple ...continue reading Apple Watch 2 With GPS for Improved Navigation, Fitness Tracking Coming This Fall

Apple Inc. has hit roadblocks in making major changes that would connect its Watch to cellular networks and make it less dependent on the iPhone, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The company still plans to announce new watch models this fall boasting improvements to health tracking. The updated versions will also be ...continue reading Apple Hits Roadblocks in Cutting Watch Ties to iPhone – Bloomberg

A new leaked image of the iPhone 7's rear camera module has been posted online today (via Nowhereelse.fr), bringing with it more concrete evidence that the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 will include optical image stabilization alongside its various other camera improvements. Previous reports surrounding the smaller-screen iPhone have hinted at the inclusion of image stabilization, but ...continue reading iPhone 7 Camera Module Confirms Optical Image Stabilization for 4.7-Inch Model

Google is getting serious about ending the reign of Adobe Flash on the web. The company recently detailed a timeline for bringing Flash on Chrome to an end—kind of. Even in these late stages of Flash’s life on the web you still can’t kill it off entirely. Instead, Google says it will “de-emphasize” Flash to ...continue reading Google Chrome's plan to kill Flash kicks into high gear

Google announced yesterday that it will "de-emphasize" Adobe Flash in its Chrome browser in favor of HTML5 from next month. As of Chrome 53, whenever the web browser comes across a site that loads Flash "behind the scenes" it will block the offending content and switch to the faster HTML5 web standard whenever it is ...continue reading Google Chrome 53 Browser to Block Flash Content By Default

One of the key challenges for Apple in developing the Apple Watch was figuring out how to maintain acceptable battery life for the device in the face of power-hungry components such as the main processor and display. With watchOS 3 introduced at WWDC in June, Apple showed off the ability to allow multiple Apple Watch ...continue reading New Semiconductor Processes Offer Power Efficiency Opportunities for Apple Watch

One of Apple’s core design tenets in the mobile era has been thinner is almost always better. Whether it is the iPhone, the iPad, or the line up of iMac and Macbook computers, the consistent trend has been to make each product successively thinner than the model it has replaced. There have been exceptions over ...continue reading Why the New Apple Watch Might Not Be Any Thinner – Fortune

Apple's latest iOS update resolves another security flaw. Screenshot by Lance Whitney/CNET Apple's latest update to its iOS software fixes a security hole that could have been exploited to take control of your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Released on Thursday, iOS 9.3.4 addresses the problem as one in which an "application may be able ...continue reading Apple releases iOS 9.3.4 update to squash security bug – CNET

With the controversial removal of the headphone jack from Apple's upcoming iPhone range a seeming inevitability, audio companies are already ramping up Bluetooth headset options ahead of the devices' launch in the fall. In June, premium audio heavyweight brand Bose debuted a wireless version of its flagship over-the-ear headphones with the QuietComfort 35's. Not to ...continue reading Beoplay H5 Review: B&O's Bluetooth Earbuds Sound Great, but They're Pricey