- Mobile Phones
Thursday, 18 Dec 2014
The Typo2 is a case for your iPhone 6 with a built-in BlackBerry style QWERTY keyboard. The second version of the Typo has a new key layout that more closely matches the layout of a desktop computer keyboard, as well as the iOS virtual keyboard. The shape of the keys has also been re-designed, and the four most commonly used keys: alt, backspace, enter and the apple "home" key have been increased in size.
BlackBerry officially launched the BlackBerry Classic smartphone in Singapore today. As the name suggests, the Classic is a return to older BlackBerry models like the BlackBerry Bold 9900, and sports BlackBerry's signature QWERTY physical keyboard and physical navigation keys.
Wednesday, 17 Dec 2014
Having issues with the NFC or the optical image stabilization on your new iPhone? According to a report by 9to5mac, your accessories may be the cause of your problem.
Tuesday, 16 Dec 2014
According to a regulatory filing made to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, Xiaomi generated profits of just US$56 million last year.
Monday, 15 Dec 2014
According to reports, Apple has returned to Samsung to manufacture its new A9 SoC and manufacturing has began at Samsung's plant in Austin, Texas.
Thursday, 11 Dec 2014
As we’ve predicted earlier today, the Xiaomi 16,000mAh Mi Power Bank is really coming to Singapore! More details after the jump.
Mi Malaysia's first Christmas sale session is starting soon. And we can't help but noticed that the 16,000mAh Mi Power Bank is available as part of a Redmi Note 4G bundle. Why isn't there such a bundle in Singapore?
Wednesday, 10 Dec 2014
According to the Japanese Prime Minister, Apple will soon formally announce the building of a new major technical center in Yokohama, Japan.
Saturday, 6 Dec 2014
Samsung's Galaxy S5 is nearly a year old, which is positively ancient in the fast moving world of smartphones. Is it any wonder then that rumored specs for the next Galaxy S phone are beginning to leak? Read on to find out what the new phone will reportedly have.
Friday, 5 Dec 2014
A report has claimed that Qualcomm's new 64-bit Snapdragon is suffering from issues such as overheating and RAM controller issues, and that these problems are proving to be hard to fix.