It may get an earlier release in Europe, but considering the fact it was announced last August, it's still quite late.
The much-rumored iPad Pro 10.5 is expected to become official on June 5 during Apple's annual WWDC.
This is probably the most unsurprising news of the week, by quite a margin.
The device is already available across the pond in the UK, and it will interestingly be cheaper than its predecessor.
Includes system-wide beauty filters that work during live streams and an enhanced front camera.
On the similar lines, the large screen model has been codenamed 'Star 2.'
The app should help improve the phone's battery performance.
Some users in the United States are seeing PayPal as a payment option in their Android Pay app.
It's currently limited to LG's home country of South Korea, but other regions should also get it soon.
The device was launched in the US back in March this year, carrying a price tag of $599.99.
On offer is the North American variant (unlocked, Titan color) with model number RS988.
The device is said to be powered by an SoC with octa-core CPU and run Android Nougat out of the box.
A quick look at the app's Play Store listing reveals that it is now accessible to users in India, Singapore, and Turkey.
The annoying and arguably intrusive Google Home notification can now be turned off for a Google Home or Chromecast device.
Though, the only way to be eligible is if you happened to purchase the S8 or S8+ between these specified dates.
Ikea’s new lineup of smart lighting that was announced in Europe last year will be compatible with the biggest three smart home assistants.
It's now rolling out to this model after being spotted on the Galaxy Note5 yesterday.
It runs Android and was announced last October, but it's definitely not cheap.