Windows 10 is finally hitting the market a couple of months from now, and most PC fans are already excited about what this new OS can offer them. However, as early as now, there are some reports claiming that the Win10 is already DOA or dead or arrival mainly because the market has waited too long for Microsoft.
Now, according to a report by GSM Arena, it looks like the Redmond, Wash.-based technology giant has partnered with one of China's biggest companies in order to bring the new Windows 10 to the world's biggest market.
In the report, Lenovo will allegedly offer Windows 10 upgrade services all throughout the Asian nation. In addition, the electronics company will also develop new smartphones running Win10. more >>
Asus unveiled its flagship Zenfone 2 in January at the International CES 2015, and the LG G4 will have its official launch next month. Android smartphone have been speculating that both companies are pitting their new devices against each other.
With the newly unveiled high end Asus Zenfone 2 expected to ship on March 25, and the LG G4 rumored to be launched in between mid to late April, buzz is rising over the Taiwanese company's latest flagship phone and the South Korean multinational's newest model release.
Price: When Asus users witnessed the unveiling of the Zenfone 2 at Las Vegas, Nevada in the early part of January, th high end model was surprisingly pegged at $287 for its highest priced ZE551ML 32GB variant. The LG G4, on the other hand is rumored to go for as much as $745. However, no news has been released if there will be a lite or mini version of the LG G4 carrying a lower price point. more >>
A 71-year-old Indian nun, who was gang raped by robbers last Friday night inside a Catholic missionary school in eastern India, is reportedly asking God to forgive the men who assaulted her.
A group of bandits raided the Convent of Jesus and Mary School in West Bengal on Friday and reportedly tried to assault another woman inside the school. The aging nun, who remains nameless, tried to prevent the men from attacking the woman.
The Times of India reports that the men locked the nun in a room while two other members of the church and a security guard were tied down to chairs in a separate area. After the three of them were tied up, the bandits went into the room where the elderly nun was being held and gang-raped her. more >>
Franklin Graham's Samaritan's Purse nonprofit organization is rushing in to help in the archipelago of Vanuatu, which on Saturday was hit by the 185 mph gusts of cyclone Pam, destroying or damaging 90 percent of the buildings in the capital of Port Vila. Eleven people have been reported dead so far.
"Samaritan's Purse is there with our disaster response team and our chartered cargo flight will arrive soon with supplies, including bottled water, plastic shelter material, and hygiene kits," Graham said in a message on Facebook.
"We are also sending a medical team to set up a mobile clinic for outpatient care for the many injured. Pray for all those affected, that they will know that 'God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.'" more >>
LG has announced a new high end device, the LG G4 Note phablet. It will come in the latter half of the year to rival the iPhone 6 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.
While Apple and Samsung are currently dominating the phablet market, LG may soon be joining in the competition with its own high-end version soon. The South Korean electronics manufacturer has said it will be revealing its new premium handset, the LG G4 Note phablet, that is speculated to be on the level of Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 and iPhone 6 Plus, by the second half of 2015.
While LG G4 Note may not be the final name choice for the new device, the company has reportedly filed a patent for the name in South Korea last month. Rumors are rampant the upcoming phablet may sport a curved 5.5-inch 3K display with a resolution of 600 ppi, the highest pixel density of any phablet or smartphone in the market today. more >>
Thousands of Christians clashed with police and rioted on the streets in Lahore, Pakistan, on Monday, following suicide bombing attacks that killed 17 people in two churches on Sunday. Reports have said that two men suspected to have aided the attackers were beaten to death and burned in the riots.
The Associated Press reported that Christians, who make up only 2 percent of Pakistan's population, clashed with police forces, blocked the highway and ransacked bus terminals, demanding the government start taking serious action to protect the persecuted minority.