Tag Archives: Officially

New Nissan Terra SUV officially revealed

After being spied more than once, the covers have finally been lifted off Nissan’s all-new Terra SUV. This new SUV, revealed in China, is a left-hand drive model and is likely to head into right-hand drive markets as well in the near future. The Nissan Terra is based on a ladder-frame architecture, shared with the popular Navara pickup and the Mercedes X-class.  Nissan ... Read More »

Bluetooth 5 Officially Released, Will Come to Devices in a Few Months

Bluetooth is the quintessential wireless standard for electronics to communicate with each other across small distances in a power-efficient way. Everything from smartwatches to wireless speakers and Internet of Things (IoT) products like smart locks, rely on this standard. The last version of this standard is Bluetooth 4.2, which was released in 2014. Today, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) that ... Read More »

OnePlus 3 Officially Discontinued in Europe and the US: Report

  Ever since OnePlus unveiled an upgraded version of its 2016 flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 3T, there has been a lot of speculations that the company may discontinue the sales of the OnePlus 3 – especially since it was listed as out of stock in several regions including the US and Europe. While the company’s support handle earlier this week ... Read More »

Microsoft Office Apps for Android Will Be Officially Supported on Chrome OS

Google’s fast-growing Chrome OS recently got the ability to run Android apps, adding a huge breadth of apps to the platform. However, apparently there were some Chromebooks that were not compatible with Microsoft Office apps for Android. Now, Microsoft has clarified that these are teething issues and every Chromebook will soon be able to run Office apps for Android without ... Read More »

Samsung Officially Launches Android 7.0 Galaxy Beta Program for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge

  Samsung has officially rolled out its ‘Galaxy Beta Program’, which lets users of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge sample Android 7.0 Nougat before its public release. We reported this a couple of days back and now, Samsung has made it official through a news release on its website. The Beta program is currently only available for users residing ... Read More »

Aston Martin DB11 Volante Officially Teased; Launch In 2018

The Aston Martin DB11 is the newest offering from the Brit car maker and joining the coupe soon will be its convertible version, with the legendary moniker ‘Volante’. The Warwick based automaker teased the DB11 Volante sometime ago in images, while also revealing that the convertible is set for a market launch in Spring 2018. The Aston Martin DB11 Volante ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Officially Recalled in US; Replacements Due September 21

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission on Thursday announced a recall of around one million Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones plagued by incidents of batteries bursting into flames. The move by the US safety agency formalizes the recall underway in 10 countries after reports of faulty batteries that caused some handsets to explode during charging. Samsung meanwhile announced replacements for ... Read More »

2017 Honda CBR250RR Officially Revealed in Indonesia

The Honda CBR250RR gets 3 riding modes   Bringing an end to the months of renderings, scoops and speculations, the highly awaited 2017 Honda CBR250RR has finally made its global premiere in Indonesia. Honda’s new quarter-litre offering is easily one of the most anticipated motorcycles to be launched this year, having started life as the Light Weight Super Sport concept ... Read More »

BMW 1 Series sedan officially revealed

It’s taken them a while but BMW finally has a new entry-level sedan to show to the world. The German carmaker has unveiled this new model in the form of the 1 Series sedan. However, we would like to add that the 1 Series sedan will be sold only in China for now. It previews the Compact Sedan Concept shown ... Read More »

BlackBerry Classic Is Officially Dead

BlackBerry said Tuesday that it will stop making its Classic smartphone, less than two years after launching it with much fanfare. Ralph Pini, the company’s chief operating officer and general manager for devices, said the Classic has long surpassed the average lifespan for a smartphone in today’s market. “We are ready for change so we can give our customers something ... Read More »