Samsung Singapore: ‘Blue Coral’ Galaxy S7 Edge will be launched on Nov. 5

According to Samsung Singapore, a 'Blue Coral' color option for Samsung's flagship Galaxy S7 Edge big-screen smartphone will be launched by the company next month. The disclosure implies that Samsung is apparently moving on from its Galaxy Note 7 debacle.

The Galaxy S7 Edge handset -- for which Samsung will soon be launching a 'Blue Coral' color option -- is one of the two variants of Samsung's current flagship handset; the other one being its smaller counterpart, the Galaxy S7.

Tesla to equip all its new vehicles with self-driving hardware

In a Wednesday announcement, electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors' CEO Elon Musk revealed that all new Tesla vehicles will be equipped with self-driving hardware, so as to eventually make the vehicles fully autonomous.

According to the details shared by Musk, all the new vehicles manufactured by Tesla will be retrofitted with radar, eight cameras, and 12 ultrasonars, as well as a supercomputer which has the capability to process data 40-fold faster than before.

Google rolls out preview build of Android 7.1 for Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, and Pixel C

On Wednesday, Google rolled out the Android 7.1.1 'Nougat' Developer Preview files for the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P handset, and the Pixel C tablet.

The release of the developer preview build of Android 7.1.1 by Google is an apparent indication of the fact that the Google Nexus devices are getting Android 7.1 concurrently with Google's new Pixel and Pixel XL handsets. The new devices, with Android 7.1, are scheduled to arrive in Verizon stores probably on Thursday, October 20.

Sony will likely sell 'hundreds of thousands' of PlayStation VR units at launch

With Sony having officially launched its new virtual-reality (VR) headset this week, PlayStation executive Jim Ryan has projected that the company will sell "hundreds of thousands" of units of the headset at launch.

AWS and VMware announce new cloud partnership

At a press conference held in San Francisco on Thursday, Amazon's AWS division and VMware announced a new cloud partnership, under which VMware's software-defined data center software will be brought to AWS.

The service resulting from the AWS-VMware partnership will be called 'VMware Cloud on AWS.' It will be operated and supported by VMware, and will run on purpose-built hardware in AWS's data centers. As of now, the 'VMware Cloud on AWS' service is in technical preview.

HP updates its entire Envy product line

In a recent announcement, HP has revealed that it is releasing a major update of its entire Envy product line-up of premium laptops.