Less than a week after Samsung launched its Galaxy Note 5 in the US, a design flaw has just been discovered with its S Pen.
Samsung Galaxy Note 5 users have encountered a design fail with the South Korean tech giant's new handset, realizing a misguided insertion of the S Pen could permanently damage the device's stylus detection feature.
With the previous Galaxy Note predecessors, inserting the stylus the wrong way was an exercise in futility, as the accessory wouldn't be able to fit into the S Pen slot. This gave Galaxy Note users an indication they were doing something wrong. more >>
With the rise of Christian persecution at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party over the past year, Chinese Christians are starting to speak out after many have been arrested for defending church crosses from forceful government removal.
"At least nine people I know have been taken away by the police and that figure is still rising," an unnamed church leader in the eastern province of Zhejiang told The Guardian on Thursday.
"We think it is a campaign targeting church leaders across the province. It can only be a co-ordinated action initiated by the provincial government." more >>
The fully revamped version of the Honda CR-Z will not be released until 2018, but the Japanese carmaker will reportedly launch a facelifted model of the vehicle within the year to keep it updated.
The Honda CR-Z, which was first released in 2010, is a vehicle that combines the physical aspects of a sports car with the gasoline-electric powertrain of a hybrid car. Based on photos of the updated Honda CR-Z, which have appeared online, the front of the car now reflects the most significant changes, according to Gospel Herald.
The sporty hybrid car did not meet expectations in various markets. For this reason, the Honda CR-Z was removed from the United States. However, Honda has decided to update the model for the sake of those still interested in the vehicle, In Auto News reports. more >>
The talk among Apple fans includes the discussion about a new, cheaper iPhone. It can be remembered that the iPhone 5c was released two years ago, and rumors are rife on Apple's next move. Online publications, such as Gotta Be Mobile and Macworld, say that the iPhone 6c may look like its predecessor, with the same 4-inch screen and polycarbonate outer shell. But the inside, they say, is what would count.
The C series of iPhone is known as Apple's answer to those looking for a budget smartphone. This line of iPhone may be smaller in size, but it attracted consumers with its different colors. Speculations on the new iPhone 6c include an upgrade with its Apple A8 processor and will be equipped with NFC and a Touch ID home button. This would allow the user to purchase through Apple Pay, a service launched by Apple wherein products can be bought without the use of a credit card. It is seen as a safer mode of payment because there is no need to share sensitive credit card information.
Another cause of debate among fans is its release date. With an upcoming September iPhone event, it can be expected that along with the announcement of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will come a confirmation of the release of iPhone 6c. Macworld cites a tweet of Evan Blass, known for his reliable leaks, in saying that all three new iPhones will be presented in the event. more >>
A Taiwanese boy had an unforgettable "trip" to a museum in Taipei when he tripped and broke his fall by punching a hole through a million-dollar painting by Italian artist Paolo Porpora.
The 12-year-old Taiwanese boy was not looking at his path and accidentally tripped, but he was able to prevent an embarrassing fall by leaning on a nearby painting. Unfortunately, the move bore a fist-sized hole through the 17th-century painting influenced by Italian master Leonardo da Vinci, according to Fox News.
Art exhibit organizer David Sun said the boy punched a hole through "Flowers," a painting worth $1.5 million. The unfortunate accident happened during the "Face of Leonardo: Images of a Genius" art exhibit in Taipei, Global News relays. more >>
Gematsu has just revealed key features of the upcoming "Attack on Titan" PlayStation exclusive.
Japanese game developer, Gematsu just released a press release detailing the gameplay features of its upcoming Koei Tecmo PlayStation exclusive title, "Attack on Titan."
The press release included high-resolution screenshots from the game, with a main mode that will cover the 2013 anime's entire storyline. The game will also include several scenarios that highlight a number of its popular characters, which will be voiced by the same actors from the anime. more >>