Chinese state media have reacted swiftly to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton slamming the country's women's rights record, and accused Clinton of "degrading herself" much like Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
"It seems that Hillary, eager to keep a competitive edge in the game, has also resorted to these ignominious shenanigans. Despite her political acumen as former secretary of state and senator, she is using the language of Trump to cast herself in the role of a rabble-rouser," the English version of the state-run Global Times said in an editorial.
"If Hillary is doing what Trump does, she is degrading herself. The Chinese will probably not be vexed by her angry words, but considering her status as the most likely hopeful among all the candidates, what she said is frustrating," it added. more >>
Goku and Beerus' battle has been intensifying since Episode 11 of "Dragon Ball Super," and the coming Episode 13 will finally see their fight reach its end game.
Fans of "Dragon Ball Super" have been keeping vigil in the continuing battle between Son Goku and God of Destruction, Lord Beerus, and their struggle is expected to come to an end when Episode 13 returns next week.
As Beerus' power proceeds to escalate, it looked like Goku would finally be seeing the last of his life, but he morphs into Super Saiyan God at the last minute. more >>
A live image of what is believed to be the upcoming HTC One A9 was spotted online after previously leaked press renders emerged last week.
According to some reports, HTC is preparing to officially introduce its new flagship, the HTC One A9, codenamed "Aero," highlighted by a new live photo that popped up on the Internet on the heels of blurry images showing several color variants of the upcoming smartphone leaked last week.
Based on the leaked press renders, the handset will come in cast iron, rose gold, carbon gray, deep garnet, opal silver, and acid gold variants. more >>
LG just released a brief teaser for its upcoming LG V10 handset, which is gearing up for its official debut early next month.
With South Korean smartphone manufacturer LG preparing for a launch event on October 1, it has released a 15-second teaser for its soon-to-be-launched smartphone, the LG V10, said to be a dual-screen phablet.
Earlier this month, the LG V10 was sighted when it passed through TENAA, with leaks of its high specs outing the device out as the "super premium" handset LG had earlier hinted it was planning to uncover before the year ends. more >>
News has emerged Samsung is rushing the development of the Galaxy S7 for a release speculated to be scheduled for early 2016.
With the iPhone 6s wrecking havoc on South Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung's hard-won lead with the Galaxy S6, the company is said to be pushing for an early release of its next-gen handset, the Galaxy S7 by Q1 2016.
In rushing the new flagship to the market, it is not yet certain whether Samsung will be giving its users a vast improvement from the Galaxy S6's specs. However, assuming the company has already planned an early comeback to counter competition, the Galaxy S7 may already have gone past the development pipeline while the Galaxy S6 was getting ready for launch. more >>
Rumors have emerged LG is gearing up to launch a new smartphone, the LG G5, featuring a Snapdragon 820 SoC and a 20MP camera sensor.
With the LG G4 already five months old in the market, South Korean smartphone manufacturer LG is reportedly developing the LG G5, a next-gen handset that's rumored to be launched in Q4 2015.
The new smartphone is also rumored to be accompanied by another phone wit a much larger display, the LG G5 Pro, and both will be equipped with the upcoming 1.8 GHz hexacore Snapdragon 820 chipset, and a 20MP main camera. more >>