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LeEco launches Le Pro 3 in four new variants

LeEco launches Le Pro 3 in four new variants

The Le Pro 3 has a 5.5-inch Full HD display with 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution. Coming to the hardware choice on the Le Pro 3 , It is powered by the latest 2.35GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor paired with the Adreno 530 GPU .


Blizzard retires Battle.net naming scheme

Blizzard retires Battle.net naming scheme

The company didn't offer a firm date for the name change other than indicating that we can expect the change "over the next several months". Today Blizzard announced that it's moving away from using the Battle.net moniker when referring to its online services.



Toronto market posts triple-digit gain as oil and U.S. markets rise

USA crude oil futures settled up 27 cents at $43.30 a barrel after Venezuela's president said that OPEC members and other major oil producers could agree to a deal to freeze output, and as clashes in Libya disrupted attempts to restart crude exports from key ports.



Samsung halts Galaxy Note 7 shipments after smartphone 'explosions'

There was another explosion of the Galaxy Note 7. Concerns couldn't come at a worse time for Samsung , which launched the pen-based Note 7 phablet - a cross between a phone and tablet and larger than the flagship Galaxy S7 smartphone - August 19 in the US and South Korea and today in China.


Serious Fire and Burn Hazards — Samsung Smartphones Recall

Serious Fire and Burn Hazards — Samsung Smartphones Recall

The device will go to have a very tough competition with all the residing devices which are in the market and are getting unbelievable love from the users, so it's a tough call for Samsung. But its press releases didn't tell consumers to stop using the device. At the very least, use the new Galaxy Note 7 IMEI tool to check whether you're at risk.


A National Law On Autonomous Cars Is Probably A Long Way Off

A National Law On Autonomous Cars Is Probably A Long Way Off

Recently in the States, Google launched its own ride sharing service too - so all of this points to Uber and Google potentially being the two big self-driving auto titans in a battle that can surely only be a few years away. Regardless of where Uber now stands on those goals, it's clear that a fully autonomous future - or even a more autonomous one - is quite a ways off.