Apple may launch new MacBook Pro models in October

Japanese website Mac Otakara has revealed in a recent report that Apple will likely introduce its new MacBook Pro laptops "in the month," and start shipping the devices at the end of October.

The Mac Otakara report, projecting the launch of new MacBook Pro by Apple this month, is based on information shared by a "reliable Chinese supplier."

According to Mac Otakara's unidentified source, new MacBook Pro laptops will be launched by Apple in October, in the same sizes as the currently available MacBook Pro models --- that is, both 13-inch and 15-inch models.

Germany’s Federal Motor Authority asks Tesla to stop using the term ‘Autopilot’ in ads

Reuters has revealed in a Sunday report that the German Transportation Ministry has sent a letter to US-based electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors to stop the use of the term 'Autopilot' in its advertisements.

According to spokeswoman for the German Transportation Ministry, the letter was sent to Tesla owners by Germany's Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) on Friday.

HTC’s rumoured ‘Bolt’ handset surfaces in the wild

The rumoured HTC Bolt handset has recently been leaked in the wild, with well-known tipster Evan Blass releasing some latest images of the device. The images reveal the physical handset, not a rendered version.

Going by the indications from the images leaked by Blass, the HTC Bolt handset will apparently be a mid-range handset, which will probably lack the traditional headphone jack, just like the newest Apple iPhone.

Tinder rolls out new algorithm --- ‘Smart Photos’

In an announcement made via a recently released blog post, Tinder said that it is rolling out a new algorithm - called 'Smart Photos' - which will help users to get more matches.

With Tinder boasting more than one billion "swipes" per day, the launch of the new 'Smart Photos' algorithm will essentially make a user's profile more noticeable among the masses.

The new 'Smart Photos' algorithm works in such a way that the photos of a Tinder user automatically get re-ordered, so that the "best' photo of a user gets seen first by other Tinder users.

Verizon says Google Pixel phones on its service will receive timely updates

According to an Ars Technica report, bigwig US wireless carrier Verizon has promised to roll out timely Android updates to carrier unlocked Google Pixel smartphones on its service.

The report is based on a statement released by Verizon in an attempt to eliminate potential concerns that the carrier may slow down future Android updates on Google's latest handsets -- Pixel and Pixel XL.

Sprint to give 1 million underprivileged students free wireless devices and data

In an announcement made on Monday, US wireless carrier Sprint said that it plans to give free wireless devices and data to one million underprivileged high-school students.

The announcement of the new initiative -- called the '1Million Project' -- was made by Sprint in association with the Sprint Foundation. Under the initiative, Sprint will give students a free handset, tablet, laptop, or hotspot, along with 3GB of LTE data each month.

GMC introduces 2017 Sierra 2500HD All Terrain X

A new, beefy and off-road-ready version of the Sierra 2500HD pickup truck has just been unveiled by GMC. The newly-introduced half-ton pickup truck is 2017 GMC Sierra 2500HD All Terrain X.

In announcing the new Sierra 2500HD All Terrain X, GMC said that the pickup truck will become available for purchase in the coming weeks. The details on the pricing of the new pickup will be disclosed by GMC close to the truck's on-sale date.

Microsoft to hold a press event in NYC on Oct 26

Microsoft has sent out invitations to the media for a press event which it will be holding in New York City on October 26, 2016, at 10 a. m. Eastern.

Going by the indications, the forthcoming press event will likely witness the company updating the world's press about three of its products --- Windows 10, Xbox, and its Surface devices.

Obama administration formally accuses Russia of attempts to interfere with 2016 elections

In a statement released on Friday, the Obama administration officially denounced Russia for its alleged attempts to interfere in the 2016 elections.

The formal denunciation of the Russian government's apparent interference with the US presidential elections came from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Obama administration formally accuses Russia of attempts to interfere with 2016 elections

In a statement released on Friday, the Obama administration officially denounced Russia for its alleged attempts to interfere in the 2016 elections.

The formal denunciation of the Russian government's apparent interference with the US presidential elections came from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).