Friday, 21 Oct 2016
Razer's new 17-inch Blade Pro gaming notebook features a 4K G-Sync display, GeForce GTX 1080, and loads of other gaming goodies. This is the machine you want to play games on this Christmas.
This new premium Type Cover sports the same nicely spaced keys and large glass trackpad as the standard Surface Pro 4 Type Cover, but uses an Alcantara material that not only looks and feels good, but is also durable and resistant to stains.
Samsung may be considering a new compensation program for Galaxy Note7 users where they can get discounts for a future purchase of the Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note8.
Thursday, 20 Oct 2016
The highly contested entry/mid-range smartphone market just got a new player. Sharp Mobile is launching two smartphones in Singapore, the Z2 and the MS1.
Even the streaming giant has problems getting a foothold in China it seems. After years of looking into China’s media landscape, the streaming service has just said that it will halt all launch plans in the country for now.
Acronis Storage is the first to offer blockchain data authentication in a software-defined storage product
Acronis has announced the release of Acronis Storage, the world’s first software-defined storage product that employs blockchain-based data authentication and offers universal file, block and object support.
The company claims its technology is able to recognize the words in a conversation as well as a human being.
Wednesday, 19 Oct 2016
A self-driving vehicle belonging to nuTonomy was involved in a “minor incident” at Biopolis Drive yesterday morning. This is the first report of an accident involving an autonomous vehicle in Singapore, which has proven receptive to the new technology.
The DocuPrint CP315 dw is a single function printer, while the CM315 z is a 4-in-1 model with print, copy, scan, and fax functions. Both models support Fuji Xerox's new Cloud Services Hub.
Dell has announced a new XPS tower desktop and updates to its Inspiron devices. Designed as entertainment powerhouses and multimedia machines, the new systems represent a reinvigorated play on the part of Dell in the home entertainment space.