Report: Apple's AR headset rumored to use "reality Operating System", codenamed T2888


The latest rumors about Apple’s AR powered headset have the company ready to offer such a product in 2020. However, comments from Quanta, the company that assembles the Apple Watch and MacBooks, suggest that such a device could be ready for market by 2019. At an earnings conference for its latest three-month results, Quanta vice chairman C.C. Leung said that his company sees the device launching no later than 2019.

This is the product that former analyst Gene Munster says will be bigger than the iPhone. Quanta’s Leung described it as a headset equipped with transparent lens that allows …


Galaxy Note 9 is reportedly codenamed 'Crown', Samsung might have a prototype in early 2018

With the Note 8 already comfortably resting inside the pockets of million of users, it’s only natural and logical for Samsung to carefully plan its next moves. Aside from the upcoming Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, this also puts the Galaxy Note 9 on the drawing board.
According to fresh new rumors, Samsung has already started early development of the Galaxy Note 9, which is reportedly codenamed “Crown” and is expected to arrive in late summer 2018, possibly in mid-August. The codename, in particular, doesn’t provide any hints about the device and that’s okay – we …

LG named as possible manufacturer of Google Pixel successor code-named "Taimen" [UPDATE]

New info regarding Google’s 2017 smartphone lineup surfaced yesterday, suggesting that the company may have scrapped its previous plans to release a direct successor to last year’s Pixel XL. For quite a while, we’ve been hearing that Google is in the process of testing three different models for this year’s Pixel lineup – successors to the Pixel and Pixel XL, as well as a third, larger device. However, yesterday’s report suggests that Google may have dropped the XL successor altogether (previously rumored to be code-named “Muskie”), in order to shift its attention …

LG named as possible manufacturer of Google Pixel successor, code-named "Taimen"

New info regarding Google’s 2017 smartphone lineup surfaced yesterday, suggesting that the company may have scrapped its previous plans to release a direct successor to last year’s Pixel XL. For quite a while, we’ve been hearing that Google is in the process of testing three different models for this year’s Pixel lineup – successors to the Pixel and Pixel XL, as well as a third, larger device. However, yesterday’s report suggests that Google may have dropped the XL successor altogether (previously rumored to be code-named “Muskie”), in order to shift its attention …