Author: David Chan

Born and raised in Hoboken, New Jersey, David holds an MA in Communication Studies from the Rutgers University. A complete tech enthusiast, David has been writing and tinkering with all things technology since 2011. David is also an avid music fan and a musician. He can be contacted at davidy@gadgetspost.com.

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Apple is working on a MacBook with cellular connectivity?

Apple is working on a MacBook with cellular connectivity?

The MacBook is about to become cellular, if Apple’s patent filing is to be believed. How soon will it materialize is yet to be seen however, but Apple ...
Google’s ‘Shop the Look’ feature will benefit fashionistas

Google’s ‘Shop the Look’ feature will benefit fashionistas

Google has just rolled out a new feature that’s exclusive for those who are looking for the greatest looks and fashion trends. It is called Shop the L ...
Cooke introduces new mounts for miniS4/i lens line

Cooke introduces new mounts for miniS4/i lens line

Cooke has announced the launch of new mounts for its miniS4/i lenses. The UK based company, providing specialist camera lenses and technology, said ...
AMD’s Bristol Ridge processor will soon be seen in Lenovo, HP desktops

AMD’s Bristol Ridge processor will soon be seen in Lenovo, HP desktops

Intel isn’t the only one to make CPUs, and while everyone was busy celebrating Kaby Lake’s release, they forgot that AMD also has a new generation of ...
What went wrong with Apache’s OpenOffice?

What went wrong with Apache’s OpenOffice?

Trouble has been brewing in Apache Software’s OpenOffice Project, well-known for gifting the world the best MS Office alternative, completely free. ...
FIFA 17 available for Android users on Google Play store

FIFA 17 available for Android users on Google Play store

Here is something to cheer FIFA addicts. The much awaited FIFA 17 is now available for download on Google Play. Electronic Arts has quietly launche ...
TP-Link launches Neffos X1 and Neffos X1 Max; Features & specs revealed

TP-Link launches Neffos X1 and Neffos X1 Max; Features & specs revealed

TP-Link, a global manufacturer of networking devices, has announced its two latest smartphones - Neffos X1 and Neffos X1 Max, at IFA 2016. Both the ...
Google’s future-proof smartphone Ara stalled, technology may be licensed

Google’s future-proof smartphone Ara stalled, technology may be licensed

Project Ara, Google's modular phone project, will not see the light of day. The project has been suspended by the search giant.   According ...
Acer announces thinnest, thickest laptops, as well as convertible Chromebook

Acer announces thinnest, thickest laptops, as well as convertible Chromebook

Acer just made three big moves in the laptop industry – it announced a laptop that’s thinner than a centimetre, a gaming laptop that will put any desk ...
Intel’s new Kaby Lake processors offers big performance leap

Intel’s new Kaby Lake processors offers big performance leap

Intel revealed its latest generation of processors named, Kaby Lake. And this time, Intel has taken a priority towards ensuring laptops are given thei ...
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