Colin Newlyn 

Editor in chief

Colin Newlyn is Founder and CEO of Main Street Mobile. He looks after the work done by all the reporters. He manages the entire blog and makes necessary updates on the blog. He is an Aspiring Pirate as well as Skier. To get in touch with Colin for news reports he has published you can email him on [email protected] or reach him out in social media links given below.

Latest Articles

Apple is shifting the production of Mac pro from the US to China

According to a report of CNN business, Apple is going to shift its production portion from the US to China. The final production of the...

Hans Zimmer about to compose the sound of BMW’s electric vehicle

Hans Zimmer is a legendary music and sound composer of Hollywood who has already worked on different films like Inception and The Lion King....

Samsung is working on Galaxy Fold with S Pen as per the report

Samsung is on its way to prepare the second-generation version of the Galaxy Fold foldable smartphone. Right now, the first version is not available...

TATA is planning to join the queue to get the clearance from the DGCA

TATA has a new plan to join the ventures of Silicon Valley startup like Zipline. They can also join some technology companies like ShopX,...

Apple will soon be using the Samsung OLED screen on their iPhone and MacBook to resolve all the disputes

Apple may adapt Samsung OLED screens for their iPad and MacBook in the past, but now will be upgrading those screens which will help...

Amazon ends up expanding air cargo fleet with a total of 15 planes with 70 more planes to be added by 2021

There was a piece of news earlier this month that courier company FedEx was dumping Amazon from the air cargo service. This morning, Amazon...

Google to take control of bringing next-generation texting to the Android operating system

Google has been very slow in rolling out RCS chat in their Android devices. This delay from Google has also been partially dependent on...

A new robot from MIT can identify things by touch and sight

Humans can easily identify any object by feeling it or by looking at it. It is a big challenge for machines to understand anything...