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Thursday, 18 Aug 2016
Samsung Electronics Singapore has announced that beginning August 31, Maybank credit or debit cardmembers will be able to make transactions at merchant locations across Singapore using Samsung Pay on their compatible Samsung smartphones.
Wednesday, 17 Aug 2016
In the last two years, we've showcased what Intel's RealSense technology can do for everyday scenarios and personalize computing like never before. With amazing outcomes and driving the robotics and drones scene, Intel has today unleashed more dev kits for creating even more amazing solutions.
DBS says that by the end of this year, customers will be able to "bank conversationally" using their favorite mobile messaging apps. Find out how it works inside.
So now that we're exposed to augmented reality, mixed reality and even merged reality, isn't it about time your PC is ready for it? Reasonably specced Windows 10 systems could get lucky in 2017. More details inside.
Perhaps having a monstrous battery life is the next step forward for activity trackers?
Logitech has announced the G Pro, a new gaming mouse designed with, and for, professional gamers. It combines the best elements of the G303 Daedalus Apex and G100S mice to create a no-nonsense mouse whose sole intention is to perform well.
The AMD Radeon RX 460 rounds out the bottom end of AMD's already value-focused RX 400 series. The Radeon RX 460 has a very specific audience in mind, and it is targeted at gamers who require high frame rates in e-sports titles like Overwatch and Dota 2. Here's a look at what's been announced so far.
Two weeks after Microsoft rolled out the Anniversary Update to Windows 10 PCs, the company is now ready to deliver it to Windows phones.
Tuesday, 16 Aug 2016
ASUS has updated its ROG gaming laptops with NVIDIA's new 10-series mobile graphics cards. The new GPUs reportedly have a maximum performance deviation of just 10 per cent from their desktop counterparts, bringing an unprecedented level of performance to gaming notebooks.
Lenovo has announced the Y27f Curved Gaming Monitor, its first ever monitor to support AMD's FreeSync variable refresh rate technology. The 1080p monitor features a VA panel and 144Hz refresh rate.